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Schwerpunktprogramm SPP 1538
Spin Caloric Transport

Projects

Second funding period

Ansermet, Lausanne
Reiss, Bielefeld
Zierold, Hamburg
Spin-caloric transport in magnetoresistive nanostructures
Back, Regensburg
Strunk, Regensburg
Spincaloric transport and thermal spin transfer torque in thin film nanostructures
Bauer, Delft Theory of spin caloric transport / spin caloritronics
Belzig, Konstanz Spincaloritronics with superconductor-ferromagnet heterostructures
Deac, Dresden
Lindner, Dresden
Thermal Spin-Transfer Torques
Demokritov, Münster Interaction of subthermal magnons and phonons and their role for the transverse Seebeck effect
Entel, Duisburg
Kratzer, Duisburg
Popescu, Duisburg
Ab initio modeling of spincaloric transport in nanostructered Heusler alloys
Ernst, Halle
Mertig, Halle
Transversal transport properties and electron-magnon interaction: An ab initio description
Fabian, Regensburg Theory of spin-polarized thermal transport in ferromagnetic metal-lic heterostructures
Gönnenwein, Dresden
Gross, Garching
Spin-dependent thermo-galvanic effects: experiment
Grundler, Lausanne Spin-caloric phenomena in suspended ferromagnets: from plane film to low-dimensional effects
Heiliger, Gießen Theory of giant thermal magnetogalvanic effects in magnetic tun-nel junctions
Kampfrath, Berlin Ultrafast spin-dependent and spin Seebeck effect: beyond diffu-sive spin transport, toward a spin-caloritronic terahertz emitter
Kläui, Mainz
Nowak, Konstanz
Spin currents and domain wall dynamics based on the spin See-beck effect
Krause, Hamburg Magneto-Seebeck Tunneling Across a Vacuum Barrier
Kuschel, Bielefeld Thermally induced spin polarization
Mavropoulos, Jülich Computational design of spin-caloric nanostructures
Mokrousov, Jülich Topological transverse spin, charge and heat transport driven by temperature gradients in transition-metal compounds from first principles
Münzenberg, Greifswald
Reiss, Bielefeld
Experiments on giant thermal magnetogalvanic efects in magnetic tunnel junctions
Oppen, Berlin Boltzmann approach to coupled spin and heat transport in ferromagnets
Reiss, Bielefeld Spin- and Magneto-Seebeck effects in novel magnetic thin film materials
Schmidt, Halle
Woltersdorf, Halle
Study of the spin Nernst effect: absolute moments and dynamics
Schumacher, Braunschweig Thermal spin transfer torque dynamics and tunnelling magneto Seebeck effect in magnetic nanostructures
Serha, Kaiserslautern Magnon Seebeck effect
Sinova, Mainz Theory of thermally driven spin-transport in spin-orbit coupled systems
Vasyuchka, Kaiserslautern Magnon mediated heat and spin transport in magnetic insulators

First funding period

Prof. Jean-Philippe Ansermet, Lausanne
Prof. Dr. Kornelius Nielsch, Hamburg
Prof. Dr. Günter Reiss, Bielefeld
Spin-caloric transport in magnetoresistive nanostructures in cross-plane direction
Prof. Dr. Christian Back,
Prof. Dr. Christoph Strunk,
Dr. Georg Woltersdorf, Regensburg
Spin dependent Seebeck effect and thermal spin transfer torque
Prof. Dr. Gerrit Bauer, DelftTheory of spin caloric transport / spin caloritronics
Prof. Dr Hubert Ebert,
München
Spin-dependent thermo-galvanic effects: Theory
Dr. Arthur Ernst, Halle
Prof. Dr. Ingrid Mertig, Halle
Magneto-Seebeck effect and electron-magnon scattering
Prof. Dr. Jaroslav Fabian,
Regensburg
Theory of spin-polarized thermal transport in ferromagnetic metallic heterostructures
Dr. Sebastian Gönnenwein,
Prof. Dr. Rudolf Gross, Garching
Spin-dependent thermo-galvanic effects: experiment
Prof. Dr Dirk Grundler, GarchingSpin-caloric phenomena in suspended ferromagnets: from plane film to low-dimensional effects
Prof. Dr. Christian Heiliger, GießenTheory of giant thermal magnetogalvanic effects in magnetic tunnel junctions
Prof. Dr. Mathias Klaeui, Mainz
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Nowak, Konstanz
Joint theoretical and experimental project to investigate thermally induced spin current effects in magnetic materials
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Nowak, KonstanzJoint theoretical and experimental project to investigate thermally induced spin current effects in magnetic materials
Prof. Dr. Peter Kratzer,
Prof: Dr. Peter Entel, Duisburg
Ab initio modeling of spincaloric transport in nanostructured Heusler alloys
Dr. Phivos Mavropoulos,
Prof. Dr. Stefan Blügel,
Dr. Daniel Wortmann, Jülich
Computational design of spin-caloric nanostructures
Dr. Yuriy Mokrousov, JülichTopological transverse spin,charge and heat transport driven by temperature gradients in transition-metal compounds from first principles
Prof. Dr. Markus Münzenberg, Göttingen
PD Dr. Andy Thomas, Bielefeld
Experiments on giant thermal magnetogalvanic effects in magnetic tunnel junctions
Dr. Tamara Nunner,
Prof. Dr. Felix von Oppen, Berlin
Electronic mechanisms of spin thermoelectric effects
Prof. Dr. Günter Reiss,
Dr. Jan Michael Schmalhorst, Bielefeld
Spin- and Magneto-Seebeck effects in novel magnetic thin film materials
Dr. Oleksandr Serha,
Prof. Dr. Burkard Hillebrands, Kaiserslautern
Magnon Seebeck effect
Dr. Santiago Serrano-Guisan,
PD Dr. Hans-Werner Schumacher, Braunschweig
Thermal spin transfer torque dynamics in magnetic nanostructures
Dr. Vitaliy Vasyuchka,
Prof. Dr. Burkard Hillebrands, Kaiserslautern
Magnon mediated heat and spin transport in magnetic insulators

Dates:

Spincaloritronics 8

12.-15.06.2017 final conference of the priority programme (SPP 1538) SpinCaT in Regensburg. At the same time this conference is the eigth edition of "Spin Caloritronics".

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Recent publications

B. Gross, D. P. Weber, D. Rüffer, A. Buchter, F. Heimbach, A. Fontcuberta i Morral, D. Grundler, and M. Poggio:  Dynamic cantilever magnetometry of individual CoFeB nanotubes Phys. Rev. B 93, 064409 (2016)

A. Buchter, R. Wölbing, M. Wyss, O. F. Kieler, T. Weimann, J. Kohlmann, A. B. Zorin, D. Rüffer, F. Matteini, G. Tütüncüoglu, F. Heimbach, A. Kleibert, A. Fontcuberta i Morral, D. Grundler, R. Kleiner, D. Koelle, and M. Poggio:  Magnetization reversal of an individual exchange-biased permalloy nanotube Phys. Rev. B 92, 214432 (2015)