Group Colloquia 2019-2020

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We extend a warm welcome to anyone interested in attending.

Unless an alternative is stated below, all seminars are held in the SUPA video-conferencing room (Room 255a, School of Physics and Astronomy) at 1300.

You may also be interested to see the wide and varied speakers from previous years and also the School of Physics & Astronomy colloquia schedule.

Colloquium series

Date  Title Presenter 
13th September

Broadband Ferromagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: The “Swiss Army Knife” for Understanding Spin-Orbit Phenomena

Dr Justin M. Shaw 
4th November, 2pm in SUPA room

Nanomaterials for spintronics applications

Ms Sandra Ruiz Gomez
13th November, 1pm in
Room 323

Recent advances in micromagnetic simulation

Dr Claas Abert

In-Situ Observation of Oxygen Vacancy Dynamics and Ordering in Complex Oxide Films

Dr Lide Yao



IEEE Magnetics Distinguished Lecturer

Prof. Mathias Kläui 

27th May, 1pm Zoom meeting


Annealing and thermomagnetic behaviour of FEBID-grown cobalt particles examined by off-axis electron holography 


Argon bubbles in IBD tantala films

Dr Trevor Almeida


Rebecca Cummings

3rd June, 1pm Zoom meeting

Structural Characterisation of Ceramics using a Direct Electron Detector in the Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope

Domain Walls in Low Symmetry Nanowires

Tom Macgregor

Hristo Gergov

10th June, 1pm Zoom meeting

Enhancing the Performance of Hybrid Pixel Detectors for Transmission Electron Microscopy by Using High-Z Sensors

Magnetic 3D Nano-characterization Utilizing the Magneto-Optical Kerr Effect

Kirsty Paton

Miguel Ángel Cascales

17th June, 1pm Zoom meeting

Investigating Skyrmion Creation and Annihilation Dynamics

Novel magnetic States in Three-Dimensional Nanomagnetic Systems

Fred Rendell 


John Fullerton