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M.Sc. Sreedevi Janardhanan

Department of Nanostructures Physics

Research interests

Keywords: Magnonics, Spinwaves, PMA, BLS

Working project:

Reconfigurable Topological properties and frustrated ground states in magnonics

Description of project :

the emerging research and technology field focused on study of spin waves which can transfer a spin for large distance without charge transfer, what minimizes the energy cost of the logic operations. Magnonic devices are easily reconfigurable and favorable for active control, difficult to achieve for other devices from photonics or electronics.

The main objective of the project is to define the MC based on thin PMA multilayers with an array of antidots possessing multiple magnetization states in the rims around antidots, suitable for formation of the confined and propagating SWs with nontrivial topological properties. we aim to demonstrate numerically and validate experimentally three breakthrough ideas providing new physics in magnonics and wave phenomena in general, and opening the rout for applications.




Sreedevi Janardhanan, Sławomir Mielcarek, Piotr Kuświk, Maciej Krawczyk, Aleksandra Trzaskowska

High-resolution Brillouin light scattering study on Ti/Au/Co/Ni multilayer

Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 586 , pp. 171209, 2023, ISSN: 0304-8853.

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