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Diploma thesis, Masters thesis | Dynamics of Quantum Matter

Ultrafast dynamics at spintronic interfaces

Contact: Tomaz Mertelj


Interfaces between organic molecular semiconductors and magnetic materials show some interstiong static properties such as molecules-nduced magnetic hardening of an adjacent ferromagnetic thin film. The research project will address ultrafast (down to picosecond timescale) magnetic and electronic dynamics of such hybrid magnetic interfaces, created by different techniques including MBE of molecules on top of magnetic materials, stacking exfoliated flakes of 2D materials to form heterostructures as well as deposition of molecules by dipping or spin-coating. The main method to assess the ultrafast dynamics will be temperature dependent ultrafast time-resolved (TR) MOKE excited either optically or via picosecond electric current pulses using a photo switch and a transmission line.