This webinar highlights Quantum Design’s latest efforts to enable high frequency magnetodynamic measurements of both fundamentally interesting and technologically relevant materials at ultra-short timescales. More specifically, broadband ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) and the latest research using OptiCool.
Professor Richard Averitt from UC San Diego and Jovan Nelson from the Stern Group at Northwestern University describe their motivations for and latest results using OptiCool.
Randy Dumas, Application Scientist, Quantum Design
Randy Dumas is an Applications Scientist at Quantum Design. He received his Ph.D. in 2009 from the University of California, Davis on the topic of reversal mechanisms in magnetic nanostructures. As a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden he studied next generation magnetic and spin wave based data storage and processing paradigms. Randy joined Quantum Design in August 2016 and his specialty lies primarily in magnetic characterization.
Richard Averitt, Professor of Physics, UC San Diego
Richard Averitt’s research focuses on the optical and electronic properties of quantum materials where his group utilizes time-resolved optical spectroscopy spanning from the far-infrared through the visible to explore the fundamental properties of quantum materials with a view towards dynamics and control.
Jovan Nelson, Graduate Student, Stern Group, Northwestern University
The Stern Group studies quantum interactions in nano-scale photonic and spin systems. In addition, they develop hybrid optical and electrical tools with spatial and temporal resolution to probe emergent quantum states in engineered photonic and material systems.
This webinar is part of a series being run by Quantum Design Italy