Simon successfully defended his bachelor's thesis. He continues with his work in the group.
Simon’s Thesis Defence
Group Retreat with Kläui and Rentschler Group
We went on a group retreat to the Alps with the group from Mathias Kläui and Eva Rentschler. The three days were filled with talks, interdisciplinary discussions, and poster presentations; however, we still managed to fit in some skiing and hiking into our schedule.
Tired But Happy
Last week we were at the beamline MAXPEEM at the synchrotron MAX IV located in Lund, Sweden. It was a great experience to learn more about how PEEM works, what instruments are used, its advantages and challenges. Taking several beautiful images of the magnetic structure of our samples with a resolution of tens of nanometers was a lot of fun.
This image was taken after the beamtime…
We’re going wild! Our joint project HYMMS – Hybrid chiral Molecule-Magnetic Systems together with colleagues from Mainz and Jerusalem has been granted funding by the Carl Zeiss Foundation through the new Wildcard program. Read the idw article for more information.
Dinner at Apostos'
We met up at Apostos' not only to eat pasta or pizza and have a drink. We also clelebrated Julian's first day. However we also had to say goodbye to Liza, since she was leaving us to eventually head back to the states.
Stefan successfully defended his Bachelor’s thesis. Congratulations and all the best for a bright future ahead!
Sibylle Kalkhof-Rose Award for Angela
Angela received the Sibylle Kalkhof-Rose Award (Universitätspreis) at JGU Mainz
Visit from Atlantic Quantum
Tim Menke, a recent PhD graduate in Physics from Harvard and co-founder of Atlantic Quantum, came by for a visit!
First FMR Signal with our Setup
We measured our first ferromagnetic resonance signal on our newly built setup!
Part of Spin+X Now
We’re delighted to become part of the collaborative research center Spin+X. We will be investigating the effective spin-orbit coupling in hybrid molecule magnetic systems within this framework.