Nano Magnetism and Quantum Spintronics Lab

Led by Robert Hartmann Endowed Chair and Distinguished McKnight University Prof. Jian-Ping Wang, the Nanospin research group works in an exciting research area of nanomagnetism and quantum spintronics with a focus on searching, investigating and fabricating novel nanomagnetic materials and quantum spintronic devices for future information technologies (spintronic computing and storage) and emerging nano biomedical technologies (personalized magnetic medical devices and magnetic hyperthermia for drug delivery and therapy).

Delin's recent work published in Science Advances!
Mahendra's recent work published in Nature Materials!
Graduation of Dr. Klemm!
Graduation of Dr. Lv and congratulations on his Nature Communications paper!
The youngest PhDs from our group.
Our best wishes to Dr. Mehedi as he joins Carpenter Technology Corporation!
Graduation of Dr. Schhlip!
A warm welcome to Renata Saha and congratulations on her CSE fellowship!
Todd Kelin’s paper published on Biosensors and Bioelectronics.
Group Happy Hour & Farewell to Dr. Quarterman!
Patrick Quarterman joined the NIST.
Tom presents at ICM.

Recent Work Highlights

High-frequency magnetoacoustic resonance through strain-spin coupling in perpendicular magnetic multilayers by Delin et al. (Science Advances)

 

Science Advances

Room-temperature high spin–orbit torque due to quantum confinement in sputtered BixSe(1–x) films by Mahendra et al. (Nature Materials)

 

Nature Comm

Demonstration of Ru as the 4th ferromagnetic element at room temperature by Patrick et al. (Nature Communications)

 

Demonstration of Ru as the 4th ferromagnetic element at room temperature

Mapping strain with magnetics  by Junyang et al. (Nature Electronics)

 

Mapping strain with magnetics

Unidirectional spin-Hall and Rashba− Edelstein magnetoresistance in topological insulator-ferromagnet layer heterostructures by Yang et al. (Nature Communications)

 

Unidirectional spin-Hall and Rashba− Edelstein magnetoresistance in topological insulator-ferromagnet layer heterostructures

Portable GMR Handheld Platform for the Detection of Influenza A Virus by Kai et al. (ACS Sensors)

 

Portable GMR Handheld Platform for the Detection of Influenza A Virus

Recent News

Onri featured by Raith Nanofabrication Company

April 2, 2021

Onri Jay Benally is recently featured by a Germany company Raith.

Graduation of Dr. Hang!

March 5, 2021

Congratulations to Dr. Xudong Hang! 

Onri featured on UMN News

January 14, 2021

Congratulations to Onri! He is recently featured on the UMN News: Hardwired for science.

Graduation of Dr. Su!

January 7, 2021

Congratulations to Dr. Diqing Su! She has successfully defended her PhD thesis titled "Magnetic Biosensing Technologies and Applications" on Jan 7th, 2021.

Onri is featured on College of Science and Engineering

December 5, 2020

 Our group member Onri Jay Benally is recently featured on the CSE website: Hardwired for science - CSE researcher finds fit in spintronics lab.