Welcome to our group. Our research concerns the study and control of the electronic states in functional materials. We employ both experimental and theoretical methods to investigate problems such as unconventional superconductivity, electronic heterogeneity, electron-density variation across interfaces in atomically precise hetero-structures, new collective behavior in the vicinity of quantum phase transitions and electron motion through materials at their quantum limits. Experimental techniques developed in-house for our research include miniature magnetometers, scanning probes, thermal and electrical measurement apparatuses to the milli-Kelvin regime and high fields. Christos Panagopoulos





18  Jul  2019

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New members in the group!!

We are glad to welcome new members in our research group. We are joined by Paloma Manchon (graduate student), Ha
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03  Jul  2019

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Angle-resolved broadband ferromagnetic resonance apparatus enabled through a spring-loaded sample mounting manipulator

Broadband ferromagnetic resonance is a useful technique to determine the magnetic anisotropy and study the magnetization dynamics of magnetic thin
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11  May  2019

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Topological Hall effect in multilayers – Editors’ Choice/Science

The Physics of nanoscale skyrmions is pursued with great interest due to their technological prospects. The electrical signals of these
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06  Mar  2019

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The evolution of skyrmions in Ir/Fe/Co/Pt multilayers and their topological Hall signature

Using Hall transport and magnetic imaging, we track the evolution of chiral magnetic textures and their topological Hall effect signature
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09  Jan  2019

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Quadratic to linear magnetoresistance tuning in TmB4

 We observed large, positive and anisotropic magnetoresistance (MR) in single crystals of the antiferromagnetic metal, TmB4. MR can be tuned from quadratic
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