My thesis project aims to use spin waves to probe the spin-polarized electronic transport in thin films of single crystalline FeV alloys. The spin wave Doppler shift gives direct access to the spin polarization of the electric current in the material. By measuring at different temperatures and different concentrations of V, we intend to separate the different contributions (phonons, magnons, impurities) to the transport of electrons in the so-called two-current model.
Visualization of two-current model for FeV
- Spin wave Doppler shift measurements.
- Temperature dependent spin wave propagation.
- Ferromagnetic resonance characterization.
- Spin wave spectroscopy.
- Microwave measurements.
Spin wave Doppler shift device
No papers yet, they are coming soon. Until then, you can check my previous work done in my master and bachelor with the links on this page.