Workshop on Metrology for Topological Spin Structures
On 23.11.2021 the dissemination workshop "Workshop on Metrology for Topological Spin Structures" was held. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic it took place online. All partners presented their final results in oral form. This gave the opportunity for discussions within the consortium, but also with close partners, who were invited to the dissemination workshop.
The workshop was organized in four sessions to meet the main objectives of the project.
In order to provide access to a wider audience, the videos of the oral talks are uploaded here.
Session 1 – DMI measurements (round robin and MOKE)
Michaela Kuepferling (INRIM) – DMI round robin
Alessandro Magni (INRIM) – DMI measurements using MOKE
Gianfranco Durin (INRIM) – MOKAS: Evaluating DMI from bubble expansion measurements
Session 2 – Transport and spatially-resolved measurements
Craig Barton (NPL) - MFM of skyrmion spin textures
Hector Corte (NPL) – Moving skyrmions with MFM
Christian Back (TU Munich) - LTEM for the detection of skyrmion lattices
Alexandra Stacey (U Leeds) - Measuring Hall effects from skyrmions in magnetic materials
Alexander Fernandez (PTB) - Thermoelectric signature of individual skyrmions
Murat Cubukcu (NPL) – Ion irradiation of skyrmion hosting materials
Session 3 – Dynamics and frequency-resolved measurements
Giovanni Carlotti (U Perugia) – Effect of interfacial DMI on spin waves propagation in magnetic ultrathin films, magnonic crystals and nanostructures
Silvia Tacchi (U Perugia) – Brillouin light scattering: effective and versatile tool to quantify DMI constant in multilayered and patterned systems
Jantje Kalin (PTB) – Optically excited collective spin dynamics of skyrmions in Fe1-xCoxSi
Emily Darwin (U Leeds) – THz spectroscopy on multilayer skyrmion systems
Session 4 – Simulations and theory
Raffaele Silvani (INRIM) – Simulations of DMI in multilayers