Our group’s research focuses on the fabrication of nanometer-scale devices, the measurement of their electronic and magnetic properties and numerical modeling of their performance.

Our primary research areas include:

Physical principles underlying the operation of emerging solid state memory technologies

Ge, Sb and Te based phase-change memory devices

Three dimensional magnetic memory devices

Magnetic Imaging and Electron Microscopy

Spin torque devices for rf oscillator and magnetic random access memory applications

Domain wall dynamics in magnetic nanowires

Magneto-transport properties of magnetic nanostructures.

Nucleation and Dynamic Excitations of Skyrmions

Pure spin current-antiferromagnet interactions

Graduate and undergraduate students as well as post-doctoral researchers who wish to find out more about doing research in the group are encouraged to talk to Assoc.Prof. Ozhan Ozatay.