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Julie A. Borchers (Fed)

Senior Research Scientist, Neutron Condensed Matter Science

Publications

Chiral Spin Bobbers in Exchange-Coupled Hard-Soft Magnetic Bilayers

Author(s)
X. H. Zhang, T. R. Gao, L. Fang, S. Fackler, Julie Borchers, Brian Kirby, Brian B. Maranville, S. E. Lofland, A. T. N'Diaye, E. Arenholz, A. Ullah, J. Cui, R. Skomski, Ichiro Takeuchi
The spin structure of exchange-coupled MnBi:Co-Fe bilayers is investigated by X-ray magnetic circular dichroism (XMCD), polarized neutron reflectometry (PNR)

Spin and Charge Interconversion in Dirac-Semimetal Thin Films

Author(s)
Wilson Yanez, Yongxi Ou, Run Xiao, Jahyun Koo, Jacob T. Held, Supriya Ghosh, Jeffrey Rable, Timothy Pillsbury, Enrique Gonzalez Delgado, Kezhou Yang, Juan Chamorro, Alexander Grutter, Patrick Quarterman, Anthony Richardella, Abhronil Sengupta, Tyrel M. McQueen, Julie Borchers, K. A. Mkhoyan, Binghai Yan, Nitin Samarth
We report spin-to-charge and charge-to-spin conversion at room temperature in heterostructure devices that interface an archetypal Dirac semimetal, Cd3As2, with

Magnetic depth profiling Co/Cu multilayers to investigate magnetoresistance

Author(s)
John Unguris, D. Tulchinsky, Michael H. Kelley, Julie Borchers, Joseph Dura, Charles Majkrzak, S. Y. Hsu, R. Loloee, W. P. Pratt, J. Bass
The magnetic microstructure responsible for the metastable high resistance state of weakly coupled, as-prepared [Co(6nm)/Cu(6nm)]20 multilayers was analyzed
Created October 9, 2019, Updated December 5, 2022