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  • An apparatus and methodology for high-power SQUID-detected ferromagnetic resonance measurements 

    Stamenov, Plamen; O'Reilly, James M. (2019)
    Historically, ferromagnetic resonance has been dominated by inductive techniques, for the best part of the last 80 years. It has been only in the last 20 years that non-inductive techniques, such as Ferromagnetic Resonance ...
  • Magneto-optic Kerr effect in a spin-polarized zero-moment ferrimagnet 

    Fleischer, Karsten; Coey, John; Rode, Karsten; Smith, Christopher; Shvets, Igor; Thiyagarajah, Naganivetha; Lau, Yong-Chang; Betto, Davide; Borisov, Kiril (2018)
    The magneto-optical Kerr effect (MOKE) is often assumed to be proportional to the magnetization of a magnetically ordered metallic sample; in metallic ferrimagnets with chemically distinct sublattices, such as rare-earth ...
  • Manganese Coordination Complexes: From Magnetism to Water Oxidation 

    TANDON, SWETANSHU (Trinity College Dublin. School of Chemistry. Discipline of Chemistry, 2020)
    Ever increasing energy demands and the closely related issue of global warming derived from fossil fuel combustion have encouraged the development of renewable energy sources and energy storage concepts as one of the most ...
  • Role of longitudinal fluctuations in L10 FePt 

    Sanvito, Stefano; Ellis, Matthew O.A.; Galante, Mario (American Physical Society (APS), 2019)
    L10 FePt is a technologically important material for a range of novel data storage applications. In the ordered FePt structure the normally nonmagnetic Pt ion acquires a magnetic moment, which depends on the local field ...
  • SQUID-detected FMR: Resonance in single crystalline and polycrystalline yttrium iron garnet 

    STAMENOV, PLAMEN; O'Reilly, Jane M. (2018)
    Here two new techniques for the detection of broadband (100 MHz–20 GHz) ferromagnetic resonance Here two new techniques for the detection of broadband (100 MHz–20 GHz) ferromagnetic resonance (FMR)/ferrimagnetic resonance ...
  • Towards data-driven magnetic materials discovery 

    ZIC, MARIO (Trinity College Dublin. School of Physics. Discipline of Physics, 2017)
    Magnetic materials underpin many of the technologies that define the world we live in. Despite the tremendous technological progress, the discovery of new magnetic materials has been rather slow. In this Thesis we explore ...
  • Visualizing the Mott transition 

    Tiwari, Rajarshi (2012)
    Correlated electronic systems involve strong short-range repulsion. At integer filling, the primary effect of correlation is the emergence of an insulating state where band theory predicts a metal. Understanding the ...