Category Archives: spintronics

Spintronics by Design

My work “Graphene-multiferroic interfaces for spintronics applications” has just been published on Scientific Reports. First principles calculations tell us the best way to combine the properties of two class of materials – graphene and multiferroics – in a new hybrid … Continue reading

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Invited talk at the APS March Meeting 2015

This year I have the honor and the pleasure of presenting my research at the world largest Physics conference: the APS March Meeting. My invited talk will deal with “Magnetoelectic multiferroic superlattices and interfaces: Designing spintronic materials from first principles” … Continue reading

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Poster Prize

I’m back home after the conference on Oxide Spintronics. It has really been a great experience: deeply interesting talks, vivid scientific discussions and friendly atmosphere. Simply the best way to start the activities of 2015. On top of this, I’ve … Continue reading

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New year, new conference(s)

Getting ready for the first conference (a workshop, actually) of the year! We start close to “home” with a topic that will go really far: Oxide Spintronics: Novel Materials, Transport and Emerging Phenomena Looking forward to it! Thanks to Marjana … Continue reading

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