CEM Coffee Hour

Join CEM on Wednesdays from 3:30-4:15 pm on the second floor bridge way of the Physics Research Building. Along with coffee and treats, there is a weekly informal paper discussion hosted by a CEM faculty, postdoc, or student member. Topics and speakers are listed below. For more information, please contact Alison Scott.

Fall Semester 2018: 

September 19: Nandini Trivedi (CEM Faculty)
Paper: Two Terahertz Spin Waves in A Two-Dimensional Honeycomb Ising Ferromagnet

September 26: Chris Hammel (CEM Director)
Paper: Tunable long-distance spin transport in a crystalline antiferromagnetic iron oxide

October 3: Josh Goldberger (CEM Faculty)
Paper: Two-dimensional itinerant ferromagnetism in atomically thin Fe3GeTe2

October 10: Adam Ahmed (CEM Postdoc)
Paper: Ultrafast Spin-To-Charge Conversion at the Surface of Topological Insulator Thin Films

October 17: Daniel Weber (CEM Postdoc)
Paper:  Patterning-Induced Ferromagnetism of Fe3GeTe2 van der Waals Materials beyond Room Temperature

October 24: Kelly Luo (CEM Grad Student)
Paper: Electric-field switching of two-dimensional van der Waals magnets

October 31: Thuc Mai (CEM Grad Student)
Paper: Terahertz dynamics of electron–vibron coupling in single molecules with tunable electrostatic potential

November 7: Tiancong Zhu (CEM Grad Student)
Paper: Experimental realization of an intrinsic magnetic topological insulator

November 14: Michael Swartz (CEM Grad Student)
Paper: Enhancement of two-magnon scattering induced by a randomly distributed antiferromagnetic exchange field

November 28: Michael Newburger (CEM Grad Student)
Paper: Magnetoresistance in Co-hBN-NiFe Tunnel Junctions Enhanced by Resonant Tunneling through Single Defects in Ultrathin hBN Barriers

December 5: Nirav Patel (CEM Postdoc)
Paper: Gapless Visons and Emergent U(1) Spin Liquid in the Kitaev Honeycomb Model: Complete Phase Diagram in Tilted Magnetic Fields

December 12: Jacob Repicky (CEM Grad Student)
Paper: Topological spin-hedgehog crystals of a chiral magnet as engineered with magnetic anisotropy