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01.11.2021 Lennart Piotraschke, Martin Münzenberg and Matthias Greber join the INSPIRE group

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are very pleased to welcome Lennart Piotraschke, Martin Münzenberg and Matthias Greber to the INSPIRE group. They join the group as scientific student assistants. We are looking forward to a successful collaboration.

Contact information:
Lennart Piotraschke
Email: lpiotras@students.uni-mainz.de

Martin Münzenberg
Email: mmuenzen@students.uni-mainz.de

Matthias Greber
Email: mgreber@students.uni-mainz.de

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07.04.2021 The EMA 2021 Young Scientist Award goes to Libor Šmejkal

We are very proud to announce that the Young Scientist Award from the European Magnetism Association goes to Libor,  "for ground-breaking theoretical predictions of novel spin-splitting mechanisms and antiferromagnetic Hall effect in collinear antiferromagnets, which have ignited the emergent field of topological antiferromagnetic spintronics"

Libor has been in the Mainz INSPIRE team since 2015, where he is now a Research Team Leader. From 2015-2020 he was a PhD student, enrolled in Charles University Czech Republic from which he graduated in 2020. Libor has been a vital part of the INSPIRE group, both intellectually and as a team leader.

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05.06.2020 New PhD positions in SPIN+X and ElastoQmat projects

Open positions for PhD, Master and Bachelor theses and Postdoctoral positions at the Institute of Physics, Solid State Physics:

PhD Positions in Computational Topological Spintronics (SFB SPIN+X)

PhD Position in Topological Strongly Correlated Magnetic Systems (SFB ElastoQmat), Project A09

PhD Position in Topological Strongly Correlated Magnetic Systems (SFB ElastoQmat), Project B05

Our group works on the area of spintronics and nano-electronics. We work as well on other aspects of solid state theory, with a view towards multi-disciplinary approaches. Our group is very dynamic and we try to create an environment with diverse characters and expertise in order to attain a much more powerful approach to the physical challenges that we try to solve.