Angela received her Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Cambridge (UK) in 2019. During her graduate studies, she was working on organic spintronics in the group of Prof. Henning Sirringhaus. For her postdoc, she joined Prof. Geoffrey Beach’s group at MIT (USA) in 2019 focusing on spintronic phenomena in antiferromagnetic thin films. Angela has moved to JGU Mainz in 2021 to start a new group exploring spintronic phenomena in novel and unconventional materials systems.
Ashish K Moharana
I did my master's in physics in the summer of 2021 at the National Institute of Science Education and Research in Bhubaneswar. In spring of 2022 I joined the group. Now my field of research is tuning spin orbit coupling in molecule-magnetic systems.
I finished my bachelor's thesis in the fall of 2016 at the Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) and stayed there for my master's thesis in winter 2019 and my PhD in summer 2022. I joined the group in the fall of 2022. I am interested in the magnetic domain structure of antiferromagnets and molecular magnetism and investigate it with X-ray techniques and nitrogen vacancy magnetometry.
I joined the group in the summer of 2022. In spring 2023 I finished my bachelor's thesis here. I use spin-Hall magnetoresistance as a tool to characterize the magnetic properties of interfaces.
I came to this group in early 2023 to help them with IT after starting my CS studies here. I will be setting up and managing the Database systems, as well as helping with other IT tasks.
I finished my Bachelor's degree in the Spring of 2023 at the University of Heidelberg in collaboration with the Max-Planck-Institute of Astronomy. I am currently developing a temperature control system for spin-orbit coupling and spin-hall magnetoresistance experiments. Someday I want to be an astronaut.
I joined the group in spring of 2023 to start working on my master thesis. I will be working with ferromagnetic resonance and study the impact of spin-orbit coupling in hybrid single-molecule magnets.
I joined the group in May 2023 as a student assistant and am looking to write my bachelor's thesis here. I am processing the magnetic domain structure data of antiferromagnets, putting especial focus on the interaction with an external magnetic field.
I joined the group in spring 2023, and I am excited to begin writing my bachelor's thesis here. Since I will be studying magnetic vortices, the thesis will be in collaboration with the Wittmann-Lab, Sensitec, and the Kläui-Lab.
- Ilkin Göksal
- Manisha Kumari
- K Subham Senapati
- Stefan Grünewald Borrás