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Sam Bowden

Sam Bowden is a CNST/UMD Postdoctoral Researcher in the Electron Physics Group.  He received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, and a Ph.D. in Engineering Sciences with a focus on Material Science from Dartmouth College.  His doctoral research focused on magnetic cellular automata systems based on the exchange interaction and on the enhancement of the longitudinal magneto-optic Kerr effect.   At the CNST, Sam is working with John Unguris to image domain structure in nanomagnetic devices using SEMPA.   

 

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  • Logic Operations and Data Storage Using Vortex Magnetization States in Mesoscopic Permalloy Rings, and Optical Readout, S. R. Bowden and U. J. Gibson, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 200, 072033 (2010). 
  • Optical Characterization of All-Magnetic NOT Gate Operation in Vortex Rings, S. R. Bowden and U. J. Gibson, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 45, 5326-5332 (2009).
  • Longitudinal Magneto-Optic Kerr Effect Detection of Latching Vortex Chirality in Individual Mesoscale Rings, S. R. Bowden, K. K. L. Ahmed, and U. J. Gibson, Applied Physics Letters 91, 232505 (2007).
Staff Photo - S. Bowden

Position:

CNST/UMD Postdoctoral Researcher
CNST
Electron Physics Group

Education:

B.S. Electrical Engineering - University of Massachusetts, Lowell

Ph.D. Engineering Sciences - Dartmouth College

Contact

Phone: 301-975-4397
Email: samuel.bowden@nist.gov