Mijin has recently joined TNTL as a new member. She will work on the spin relaxation problem near interface with strong spin-orbit coupling materials.
This article provides a brief summary of the idea of the chiral damping reported recently in a Nature Materials paper. The article is invited by a Nature Materials editor, published at Nature Materials on March, 2016.
He will work on Kondo lattice problem there. Though he has left TNTL, he is still at POSTECH Physics building and we can see him whenever we want. Congratulations!
Hyowon Park has been selected to a tenure track assistant professor position at the Department of Physics at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
He will start his position from January 2015. He is also jointly appointed to the Argonne National Laboratory. He was a member of TNTL from 2003 to 2005. Congratulations!
This article provides pedagogical introduction to a recent experimental method developed by an IBM group that allows deeper probing of the spin Hall effect, and also outlines future directions to pursue for further development of the spin Hall effect. The article is invited by a Nature Physics editor, and published online at Nature Physics on 20 July, 2014.
His baby was born in Busan during the week of lunar new year. Congratulations!
as of December 1st. Congratulations!
His paper, published online on 19 November 2013, explores implications of interfacial spin-orbit coupling on various aspects of magnetic bilayers. In particular, it shows a close relation between the interfacial Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction and spin-orbit torque. Congratulations !
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