September 24, 2019
Congratulations to Diqing and Renata! They won the best poster awards at the IEM19 Annual Conference.
Diqing's poster title is "Large-Scale, High-Resolution Brain Sensing with Flexible Magnetic Nanosensors"
Renata's poster title is "Highly Tunable, Ultra-Low Power, Cellular-Level, Magnetic Neurostimulation Through Flexible Spintronic Nanostructures"
September 23, 2019
Renata has been awarded a travel grant for her presentation at MMM 2019 by the Brain Tumor Program (BTP) of the UMN. Renata will be presenting her work “A Highly Tunable Skyrmion-based Neurostimulator (SkyNS) for Low-Power Cellular-Level Implantable Magnetic Stimulation” and its relation to implantable brain stimulation and related tumor therapy.
July 30, 2019
Congratulations to Diqing! She is selected as a recipient of the 2019 IEM Engineering in Medicine Doctoral Fellowship. We wish you all the best in your professional development.
July 16, 2019
Congratulations to Onri, he is recently featured on the magazine Winds of Change.
Check out his story from here.
July 2, 2019
Diqing receives the CEMS TA award in Spring 2019 semester for teaching the course MATS 4301W: Materials Processing (Instructor: David Poerschke). Congratulations Diqing!
April 10, 2019
The Innovation Awards recognize the accomplishments of outstanding University innovators who have demonstrated an entrepreneurial spirit, are actively engaged in developing new innovations and transitioning those technologies to the commercial market and have made an impact on society.
January 26, 2019
Congratulations to Mahendra D.C., who has successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis on January 25. His dissertation topic is High Charge-to-Spin and Spin-to-Charge Conversion Enhanced by Quantum Confinement in Sputtered Topological Insulator Thin Films.
Our best wishes to Dr. Mahendra D.C. as he joins Stanford University!
November 13, 2018
Center will bring together top experts in the field
MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL (11/13/2018) — The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering announced today that it will lead and house a new $10.3 million Center for Spintronic Materials in Advanced Information Technologies (SMART) focused on novel materials for advanced computing systems over the next four years.
This center is supported through the Nanoelectronic Computing Research (nCORE) consortium. The key sponsors include the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), 12 semiconductor industry sponsors, and the National Science Foundation (NSF).
The center will include researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Pennsylvania State University, Georgetown University, and the University of Maryland.
September 9, 2018
Congratulations to Mahendra DC, his poster titled "Room-temperature observation of spin-to-charge conversion by sputtered bismuth selenide" was selected as best poster in the ASCENT Year 1 Annual Review, August 15-16, 2018, in Notre Dame, IN.
August 21, 2018
The Nanospin Research group welcomes new graduate students, Renata Saha, Deyuan Lyu, Yihong Fan, Samiul Hasan, Chaoyi Peng and Peter Stoecki to the group. Good luck with your journey!