WELCOME NEW STUDENTS (Bachelor Theses)

WELCOME NEW STUDENTS (Bachelor Theses):

Xavi Domingo: Project “Neuromorphic Photonic Devices using Photoconductive Quantum Wells

Xavi will work on designing photoconductive wells to generate output electric signals mimicking the spiking activity of biological neurons.

 

 

Òscar Díaz: Project “Neuromorphic Photonic Devices using Photoconductive Quantum Wells

Òscar will work on the simulation of photoconductive responses of nonbiological synapses based on photoconductive quantum wells

 

 

Guillem Müller: Project “Topological Photonic Metasurfaces

 

Guillem will work on the design of topological photonic metasurfaces, with chiral and helical edge propagation modes

Paper published in Nature Physics about “Giant topological Hall Effect”

Our group has collaborated in a study published in Nature Physics about a “Giant topological Hall Effect”

The study, led by the group of Manuel Bibes, from Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS/Thales (France), published in Nature Physics on October 15, 2018, describes the discovery of a giant topological Hall effect arising from the topology of spatial distribution of spin textures.

 

Invited Seminar at ICMAB given by Dr. Lingfei Wang, from the Center for Correlated Electron Systems, Institute for Basic Science (IBS), Seoul.

The seminar will be given on Friday, September 28, 12 pm at Sala d’Actes of ICMAB, Bellaterra.

TITLE: Ferroelectrically tunable magnetic skyrmions in ultrathin
oxide heterostructures

Contributions to the upcoming Workshop on Oxide Electronics WOE25 conference.

Workshop on Oxide Electronics, WOE25

October 1-3, Les Diablerets, Switzerland

Contributed Talk:

  In-situ imaging of electric field-induced ferroelastic domain motion in SrTiO3.

YOU CAN ALSO SEE THE POSTER PRESENTED BY YU CHEN:
“Photoresponse dynamics and photoconductivity mapping in LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interfaces”