Seminar Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Time: 11:00 am
Location: 67-3111 & Zoom
Talk Title: Spin-Polarized Resonant Tunneling – a New Tool for Sensing and Manipulating Spin Textures on the Atomic Scale
Zoom recording available for 30 days after the seminar – Passcode: m54E^Y1f
Anika Schlenhoff is professor at the Physics Department of the University of Münster, Germany. Her research focuses on the local interaction of spin-polarized low energy electrons with surfaces, non-collinear spin textures (including spin spirals and skyrmions), magnetization dynamics and spin transport, many-body interactions and image-potential states. She specializes on the development of scanning probe techniques like spin-polarized field emission and resonant tunneling and Magneto- Seebeck imaging. Her group aims to apply (spin-polarized) scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy in combination with novel in-house developed scanning probe methods to low-dimensional solid state systems in order to correlate structural, electronic, magnetic and opto-electronic properties on the atomic length scale.