Special Issue "Development and Application of Novel Characterization Techniques for Magnetic Materials and Devices at the Nanoscale"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2023) | Viewed by 771
Interests: structure–property correlations of materials at the nanoscale
Interests: biocompatible nanoparticles and their comprehensive characterisation by time resolved scanning transmission X-ray microscopy; ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy and micromagnetic simulations
The study of magnetic materials and devices at the nanoscale has become one of the most interesting and complex research fields, from both basic and applied perspectives. In recent decades, the fundamental understanding of static and dynamic magnetic processes at the nanoscale has greatly improved, owing to innovative experiments and theoretical approaches. We have seen rapid progress in the development of novel techniques for nanoscale magnetic characterization with ultrahigh spatial, temporal, and energetic resolutions. Notably, ultrafast laser technologies combined with X-ray- and electron-based pump–probe approaches have made fast strides and thus attracted considerable research interest. Therefore, a timely summary and collections of the current status of different technologies and their respective applications of nanoscale magnetic materials devices are highly valued.
This Special Issue focuses on the latest theoretical developments and practical applications of novel magnetic characterization techniques that have been successfully established and applied on various nanoscale magnetic materials and devices. We aim to attract both academic and industrial researchers in order to pool the current knowledge of nanoscale characterization of nanomagnetism and to present new ideas for future application and new technologies for advancing nanomagnetism research.
Prof. Dr. Zi'an Li
Dr. Thomas Feggeler
Guest Editor Assistant
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- nanoscale magnetism
- ultrafast magnetism
- magnetization dynamics
- ultrafast transmission electron microscopy
- ultrafast X-ray scattering and microscopy
- pump–probe techniques