Post Tagged with: "Arthur Smith"

Smith Gets Grant for ‘Spin-Polarized Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Studies of Nanoscale Magnetic and Spintronic Nitride Systems’

Dr. Arthur Smith

Dr. Arthur Smith, Professor of Physics & Astronomy, recently was awarded a grant for a project titled: “Spin-Polarized Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Studies of Nanoscale Magnetic and Spintronic Nitride Systems.” Smith is also a member of the Nanoscale & Quantum Phenomena Institute at Ohio University. Sponsor: US Department of Energy NQPI […]

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July 29, 2019 at 2:03 pmResearch

Kelsey Turner ǀ Investigating Atomic Force and Magnetic Force Microscopy of Magnetic Materials

Kelsey Turner ǀ Investigating Atomic Force and Magnetic Force Microscopy of Magnetic Materials

By Kelsey Turner (B.S. Chemical Engineering, Russ College of Engineering and Technology, Class of 2020) Editor’s Note: During her summer 2018 internship with Dr. Arthur Smith in Physics & Astronomy, Kelsey Turner learned the technique and application of ambient atomic force & magnetic force microscopy. These allow researchers to look […]

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May 31, 2019 at 2:56 pmIn Class Research

Alexandra Semposki ǀ Probing Epitaxial Growth and Analysis of Magnetic Bi-layers for Spintronics

Alexandra Semposki ǀ Probing Epitaxial Growth and Analysis of Magnetic Bi-layers for Spintronics

By Alexandra Semposki (B.S. Physics, College of Arts & Sciences, Class of 2019) Editor’s Note: Alexandra Semposki worked with Dr. Arthur Smith a professor in Physics & Astronomy on a custom molecular beam epitaxy/ low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy system in his lab. Her summer 2018 project was to investigate nanometerscale […]

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May 31, 2019 at 2:27 pmIn Class Research

Uncovering 2D Ferromagnetism at Room Temperature

Arthur R. Smith poses in front of his group’s spin- polarized scanning tunneling microscope.

By Amanda Biederman NQPI editorial intern Nanoscale and Quantum Phenomena Institute 2019 Spring Newsletter Seen on almost all household refrigerator doors, magnets are commonplace items. Yet scientists are still working to fully understand how magnetic structures form, especially at the atomic level. Magnetism, or the phenomenon that creates attraction or […]

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May 14, 2019 at 6:40 pmNews Research

Zhu Speaks on Developing Two-Dimensional Magnetic Materials

Tiancong Zhu

By Amanda Biederman NQPI editorial intern On Feb. 14, the Ohio University campus was flooded with red hearts and sweet baked goods in celebration of Valentine’s Day. In Clippinger Hall, scientists convened to learn about Tiancong Zhu’s work on atomic-thin magnets that work at room temperature. “It’s kind of a […]

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February 25, 2019 at 11:48 pmResearch

NQPI Poster Competition Video Spotlights Student Research

NQPI Poster Competition Video Spotlights Student Research

By Ryan Flynn NQPI Student Editorial Intern The Clippinger Laboratories building was abuzz recently with a poster competition sponsored by Ohio University’s Nanoscale & Quantum Phenomena Institute. The event highlighted leading-edge research by 36 graduate and undergraduate students and elevated their presentations on a platform to compete for cash prizes. […]

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January 9, 2019 at 1:21 pmNews Research

Smith’s Sabbatical Team Explores Spintronics

Dr. Arthur Smith with graduate students Sneha Upadhyay, Joseph Perry Corbett, and undergraduate Alexandra Semposki

Amid several conferences, pending proposals and graduating students from his laboratory, Nanoscale & Quantum Phenomena Institute member and Physics & Astronomy Professor Dr. Arthur Smith has had quite the sabbatical exploring spintronic research. With the help of his current graduate students Sneha Upadhyay , Joseph Perry Corbett, and undergraduate Alexandra Semposki, Smith […]

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October 30, 2017 at 3:00 pmResearch