Department of Physics & Astronomy
Nebraska Center for Materials & Nanoscience
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
310D Jorgensen Hall
855 N. 16th Street
Lincoln, NE 68588-0299, U.S.A.
1989 Ph.D. in Physics, Northwestern University, Evanston IL.
1982 B.Sc. in Physics, St. Xaviers College, Bombay University, India.
2003 - present Associate Professor, Dept of Physics, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
1998 - 2003 Research Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
1996 - 1998 Visiting Faculty, Physics Dept. University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
1993 - 1996 Term Assistant Scientist at IPNS, Argonne National Lab
1989 - 1992 Post Doctoral Research Associate at Northwestern University
- Magnetization dynamics
- Coupling in magnetic multilayers
- Interactions between ferroelectric and ferromagnetic layers
- Ferroelectric tunnel junctions
- Semiconducting boron carbide (structure, semiconducting properties, use as neutron detectors, tunnel junctions)
- University of Nebraska–Lincoln
S. Ducharme, Alexi Gruverman, J.D. Burton, K. Janicka, E.Y. Tsymbal, L. Yuan, S.H. Liou, Jihee Kim, Luis G. Rosa, S. Balaz, P. A. Dowben, B.W. Robertson
- Argonne National Lab
Hoydoo You and Dave Keavney
- NIST, Gaithersburg
J. Borchers C. Majkrzak, J.A. Dura, K. O’Donovan
Kyungwha Park, M. R. PedersonL. L. Boyer
W. N. Mei, and R. F. Sabirianov (UNO), Seamus Curran and James Dewald (NMSU) Valeria Lauter
Phys. Rev. Lett., Phys. Rev. B, J. App. Phys, App. Phys. Lett., J. Phys., Cond., Matt., J. Phys.D, JMMM and for neutron beam time proposals at Oak Ridge and NCNR-NIST.