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Alexander Grutter (Fed)


Skyrmion-Excited Spin-Wave Fractal Networks

Nan Tang, W. L. N. C. Liyanage, Sergio A. Montoya, Sheena Patel, Lizabeth J. Quigley, Alexander Grutter, Michael R. Fitzsimmons, Sunil Sinha, Julie A. Borchers, Eric E. Fullerton, Lisa Debeer-Schmitt, Dustin A. Gilbert
Magnetic skyrmions exhibit unique, technologically relevant pseudo-particle behaviors which arise from their topological protection, including well-defined

Composite Spin Hall Conductivity from Non-Collinear Antiferromagnetic Order

Steve Novakov, Peter B. Meisenheimer, Grace A. Pan, Patrick Kezer, Nguyen M. Vu, Alexander Grutter, Ryan F. Need, Julia Mundy, John Heron
Non-collinear antiferromagnets are an exciting new platform for studying intrinsic spin Hall effects, phenomena that arise from the materials' band structure

Negligible Magnetic Losses at Low Temperatures in Liquid Phase Epitaxy Grown Y3Fe5O12 Films

A. Will-Cole, James L. Hart, Valeria Lauter, Alexander Grutter, Carsten Dubs, Morris Lindner, Timmy Reimann, Nichole R. Valdez, Charles J. Pearce, Todd C. Monson, Judy J. Cha, Don Heiman, Nian X. Sun
Yttrium iron garnet (Y3Fe5O12, YIG) has a unique combination of low magnetic damping, high spin wave conductivity, and insulating properties that make it a

Exchange-Biased Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect

Peng Zhang, Purnima P. Balakrishnan, Christopher Eckberg, Peng Deng, Tomohiro Nozaki, Patrick Quarterman, Megan Holtz, Lei Pan, Sukong Chong, Eve Emmanouilidou, Ni Ni, Masashi Sahashi, Alexander Grutter, Kang L. Wang
The quantum anomalous Hall (QAH) effect is characterized by a dissipationless chiral edge state with a quantized Hall resistance at zero magnetic field
Created July 30, 2019, Updated December 8, 2022