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Tuning the spin-wave spectrum in magnonic crystals – case studies
prof. UAM dr hab. Sławomir Mamica

Date, Time
15.04, 15:00 - 16:00

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A part of my work devoted to magnonic crystals (MCs) will be shown, mostly focused on tailoring the band gaps. Three types of MCs will be examined: 3D [1] and 2D bicomponent MCs [2], and 2D anti-dot lattices [3]. In all three cases, some mechanisms responsible for opening and tuning gaps will be studied.


  1. S. Mamica, M. Krawczyk, M. L. Sokolovskyy, and J. Romero-Vivas, “Large magnonic band gaps and spectra evolution in three-dimensional magnonic crystals based on magnetoferritin nanoparticles“, Phys. Rev. B 86 (14), 144402 (2012).
  2. S. Mamica, M. Krawczyk, and D. Grundler, “Non-uniform spin wave softening in 2D magnonic crystals as a tool for opening omnidirectional magnonic band gaps“, Phys. Rev. Applied 11 (5), 054011 (2019). arXiv: 1810.04005
  3. S. Mamica, X. Zhou, A. Adeyeye, M. Krawczyk, and G. Gubbiotti, “Spin-wave dynamics in artificial anti-spin-ice systems: Experimental and theoretical investigations“, Phys. Rev. B 98 (5), 054405 (2018). arXiv: 1807.03016