PhD in Advanced Magnetic Microscopy Techniques at University of London, UK   1320 views

Scanning probe microscopy (SPM) is widely recognized as one of the most important techniques for surface measurements with nanoscale accuracy.

Magnetic force microscopy (MFM) is a specific SPM mode allowing for the acquisition of information about magnetization distributions with high resolution.

 

—————Quick Overview————-
Organization University of London
Fellowship Level PhD
Country UK
Subject areas Physics, Microscopy
Fellowship amount
Eligibility Degree in Relevant Subject
Deadline 30 March 2016
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Subject areas

  • Magnetic imaging and determination of the domain structure
  • Development and implementation of advanced microscopic methods
  • Development of the approach for quantitative analysis of MFM images
  • Design and fabrication of magnetic nanodevices and custom-made probes
  • Measurement of magnetotransport properties of nanodevices.

Skills to develop:

  • Basic (AFM, MFM, EFM) and advanced (SGM, SKPM, sSNOM) SPM techniques.
  • Nanofabrication techniques (thin film deposition, lithography, FIB, etc.).
  • Transport and noise measurements in nanodevices (LabView modelling, transport measurement setup, spectrum analyser, etc.).
  • Advance transport measurements (4-probe STM, including Cryogenic, high magnetic field operation).
  • Physical modelling (MATLAB, COMSOL).

 

How to apply

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Contact Details

Royal Holloway, University of London

Egham,

Surrey,

TW20 0EX

T: +44 (0)1784 434455

 

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