K. Schultheiss, N. Sato, P. Matthies, L. Körber, K. Wagner, T. Hula, O. Gladii, J. E. Pearson, A. Hoffmann, M. Helm, J. Fassbender, and H. Schultheiss
Physical Review Letters 126, 137201 (2021).
Our PhD student Robin Klause received a ThinkSwiss Scholarship for a research visit to Switzerland. He will work during the summer of 2021 in the group of Prof. Pietro Gambardella at the ETH Zürich in order to investigate spin-orbit torques in non-collinear antiferromagnetic metals.
S. Lendinez, J. E. Pearson, A. Hoffmann, V. Novosad, and M. B. Jungfleisch,
AIP Advances 11, 025222 (2021).
Y. Xiong, Y. Li, R. Bidthanapally, J. Sklenar, M. Hammami, S. Hall, X. Zhang, P. Li, J. E. Pearson, T. Sebastian, G. Srinivasan, A. Hoffmann, H. Qu, V. Novosad, and W. Zhang,
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 57, 4300807 (2021).
P. Li, J. Ding, S. S.-L. Zhang, J. Kally, T. Pillsbury, O. G. Heinonen, G. Rimal, C. Bi, A. DeMann, S. B. Field, W. Wang, J. Tang, J. S. Jiang, A. Hoffmann, N. Samarth, and M. Wu,
Nano Letters 21, 84 (2021).
Our recent research article on “Distinguishing antiferromagnetic spin sub lattices via the spin Seebeck effect” was featured by Physical Review B as an “Editor’s Suggestion”. This article discusses how electric voltages generated by temperature gradients across an antiferromagnetic Cr2O3 film enable to get detailed insights into the spin structure of this film. This provides a new, easy-to-implement method for resolving changes of the magnetic structures of antiferromagnets.
More details can be found here and the full article is available here:
Y. Luo, C. Liu, H. Saglam, Y. Li, W. Zhang, S. S.-L. Zhang, J. E. Pearson, B. Fisher, T. Zhou, A. Bhattacharya, and A. Hoffmann,
Physical Review B 103, L020401 (2021).
Y. Xiong, Z. Zhang, Y. Li, M. Hammami, J. Sklenar, L. Alahmed, P. Li, T. Sebastian, H. Qu, A. Hoffmann, V. Novosad, and W. Zhang,
Review of Scientific Instruments 91, 125105 (2020).
The Web of Science has selected Axel Hoffmann as a Highly Cited Researcher in 2020. The list recognizes leading researchers in the sciences and social sciences from around the world. It is based on an analysis of journal article publication and citation data, an objective measure of a researcher’s influence, from 2009-2019. More details can be found in the Illinois News Feed.