Tom FERTE

Tom FERTE

Ingénieur, Surfaces and Interfaces (DSI)tom.ferte@ipcms.unistra.fr
Station: +33(0)3 88 10 71 14Office: 1050
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Research background

2020-today : Scanning electron microscopy engineer (CDD), IPCMS, University of Strasbourg, CNRS
Missions: Management of the Cronenbourg scanning electron microscopy platform (MEB-Cro), realization of internal and external services (public and private sector), drafting of experience reports, user training, technical and scientific support, maintenance, consumables management, platform promotion

2018-2020 : Magnetometry engineer (CDD), IJL, University of Lorraine, CNRS
Missions: Management of the Magnetism platform, realization of magnetic measurements within the framework of scientific collaborations and services (samples: thin films, nanoparticles, solid, in solution …), drafting of experience reports, user training, technical support and scientific, maintenance of devices and infrastructures, management of consumables, promotion of the European and French-speaking magnetometry platform and network, implementation and application of a Quality approach

2014-2018 :PhD, IPCMS, University of Strasbourg, CNRS.
Title : Ultrafast magnetization dynamics in alloys of transition metals and rare earths.
Missions : Design and development of MT-TR alloys, physical characterization of samples in the laboratory and on synchrotrons (XMCD, trXMCD, tr-XRMR, PES, tr-PES, MOKE, tr-MOKE, AES, XAS, VSM-SQUID)

2013-2014 : Master internships (1 and 2), IJL, University of Lorraine, CNRS
Title : Modification of the curie temperature of an FeV alloy by applying an electrical voltage to a magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ).
Missions : Elaboration (MBE), structural characterization (RHEED, XPS and DRX), structuring (optical lithography), magnetic (SVSM) and electrical (PPMS) characterization of MTJs.

Academic background

2014-2018 : PhD :”Ultrafast magnetization dynamics in alloys of transition metals and rare earths”, IPCMS, University of Strasbourg, CNRS.

2012-2014 : Master, Matière Condensée et Nanophysique, University of Lorraine, Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy

2011-2012 : Licence Physique, University Henri Poincaré, Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy

2010-2011 : DEUG Physique Chimie, University Henri Poincaré, Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy

2008-2010 : DUT Mesures Physique, University Paul Verlaine, Metz

Current researches

Support for research carried out within the surface and interface department (DSI) of the IPCMS.

Publications

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E. Jal, V. López-Flores, N. Pontius, T. Ferté, N. Bergeard, C. Boeglin, B. Vodungbo, J. Lüning, N. Jaouen, Structural dynamics during laser-induced ultrafast demagnetization, Physical Review B. 95 (2017) 184422. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.95.184422.
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T. Ferté, G. Malinowski, E. Terrier, V. Halté, L.L. Guyader, K. Holldack, M. Hehn, C. Boeglin, N. Bergeard, Laser induced ultrafast 3d and 4f spin dynamics in CoDy ferrimagnetic alloys as a function of temperature, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. 530 (2021) 167883. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmmm.2021.167883.
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T. Ferté, N. Bergeard, G. Malinowski, E. Terrier, L.L. Guyader, K. Holldack, M. Hehn, C. Boeglin, Ultrafast demagnetization in buried Co80Dy20 as fingerprint of hot-electron transport, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. 485 (2019) 320–324. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmmm.2019.04.068.
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T. Ferté, N. Bergeard, L. Le Guyader, M. Hehn, G. Malinowski, E. Terrier, E. Otero, K. Holldack, N. Pontius, C. Boeglin, Element-resolved ultrafast demagnetization rates in ferrimagnetic CoDy, Physical Review B. 96 (2017) 134303. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.96.134303.
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T. Ferté, N. Bergeard, G. Malinowski, R. Abrudan, T. Kachel, K. Holldack, M. Hehn, C. Boeglin, Ultrafast hot-electron induced quenching of Tb $4f$ magnetic order, Physical Review B. 96 (2017) 144427. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.96.144427.