Thin Film Quantum Materials
Our group is located in the Clarendon Laboratory (Physics Department, University of Oxford), as well as on the Harwell Oxford Science Campus where we can be found in the state-of-the-art Research Complex at Harwell (RCaH). The RCaH is conveniently located on the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) site, next door to the UK’s new third generation synchrotron radiation source Diamond. The RAL is also known for its unique pulsed neutron and muon source ISIS.
- Growth and characterisation of epitaxial quantum materials
- Topological insulators
- Novel magnetic spin systems
- Magnetic tunnel junctions
- Fundamental processes of growth with atomic layer control by molecular beam epitaxy and UHV sputtering
- Micromagnetic simulations