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TRR227 physicists together with colleagues from Konstanz, Prague and Uppsala investigate magnetization dynamics of rare-earth metals for potential application in ultrafast data storage.
News from Sep 24, 2020
A recent contribution to the fundamental understanding of the magnetization dynamics of materials with strong magnetic anisotropy has been published in the journal "Science Advances". TRR227 scientist Martin Weinelt (A01) and a team of international colleagues employed time-resolved photoemission spectroscopy and orbital-resolved spin dynamics simulations to shed light on the demagnetization dynamics in rare-earth metals Gd versus Tb, where ultrafast magnon generation plays a crucial role.
B. Frietsch, A. Donges, R. Carley, M. Teichmann, J. Bowlan, K. Döbrich, K. Carva, D. Legut, P. M. Oppeneer, U. Nowak, and M. Weinelt: The role of ultrafast magnon generation in the magnetization dynamics of rare-earth metals - Sci. Adv. 6 : eabb1601 (2020) - DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abb1601
Prof. Martin Weinelt: firstname.lastname@example.org, +49 30 838–56060