TAMING THE ELECTRON SPIN IN NANODEVICES
Our research aims at the exploration and exploitation of physical phenomena at the nanometer scale by manipulating the spin-dependent and magnetic properties and structure. Focus is on novel concepts that are of potential relevance for future nanoelectronics. Research themes include ultra-high capacity, ultra-fast and energy-efficient solutions for future memory and logic, integrated nanophotonics, magnetic sensors for automotive, high-tech engineered nanosystems, and magnetic nanoparticles for the health domain.Read more
Prof. Bert Koopmans has been elected as a Distinguished Lecturer by the IEEE Magnetics Society for 2020
September 12, 2019
In this context he is going to present his Lecture entitled 'Femto-magnetism meets spintronics: Towards integrated magneto-photonics' all over the world, to promote both the IEEE organisation, as well as the research performed in his group at the TU/e department of Applied Physics and the Institute for Photonic Integration. Read more
Work with us!
Please check out the TU/e Vacancies page for further opportunities within our group.
Even if no explicit vacancies are available, excellent candidates are stimulated sending an application letter with CV. We are particularly interested in highly talented students who (nearly) completed their Master of Science in Experimental/Applied Physics and outstanding PostDoc candidates with a (nearly or recently) finished PhD with top-performance in spintronics, ultrafast magnetization dynamics and/or nanomagnetism. Please contact any of the scientific staff members or secretary Karin Jansen, c.a.m.jansen@ for further information. tue.nl
All positions are open from May 15, 2019, and are open only to female candidates in the framework of the new Irène Curie Fellowship program of TU/e. Review of applications will begin immediately upon receipt, and continue until the positions are filled, with the last date for applications being November 15, 2019.
Meet some of our Researchers
Although curiosity driven, our research is generically inspired by potential future applications. We strive to contribute to major societal and economic themes ranging from Green ICT to smart mobility, and from materials for society to high-tech systems. In all our approaches nanotechnology is key in providing novel solutions, by engineering materials and devices at the nanometer scale. Our research is well positioned on the Dutch and European research agendas. It is well aligned with the Dutch top sector high-tech systems, but also has links to energy and life sciences and health. Several questions starring prominently on the National Research Agenda, launched early 2016, are actively addressed by our researchers, such as: How can we exploit quantum physics in enabling spectacular, novel applications? Can we design smart materials with advanced properties? And, what will be the impact of the quantum internet? – many of them grouped in the overarching routes 'Quantum/nano revolution' and 'Materials - made in Holland'Read more
PHOTONDELTA FAST CAREER TRACK PROGRAM
During the past 30 years the explosive growth of the internet has radically altered our lives. Photonics, the technology that uses light to transmit information, has played a key role in this revolution. The next years will see even more radical changes in areas such as communications, healthcare, agro-food, energy supply and mobility. The market is growing fast and thousands of jobs will be created. TU/e is the place to start a career in this field.
Do you want to be part of this future?
Then you should consider the new PhotonDelta Fast Career Track program. This program involves TU/e Master students in Applied Physics or Electrical Engineering in photonics research and applications from the start. You will participate to exciting research projects, define new photonic-based solutions to industrial problems, network with peers and professionals, and get first-hand contact with companies hiring in this field. Read more
Interested? For registration or questions, please send an email to email@example.com
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Tuning magnetic chirality by dipolar interactionsPhysical Review Letters (2019)
Nonlocal spin transport as a probe of viscous magnon fluidsPhysical Review Letters (2019)
Creep of chiral domain wallsPhysical Review B (2019)
Controlling skyrmion bubble confinement by dipolar interactionsApplied Physics Letters (2019)
A new twist for spin torques in antiferromagnetsNature Electronics (2019)