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Samuel Oberdick

Dr. Samuel Oberdick is an associate researcher working with PML’s Magnetic Imaging Group. He completed his PhD in Physics in 2016, researching nanoscale magnetic materials at Carnegie Mellon University. After completion of his PhD, he was awarded an NRC postdoctoral fellowship, working with Dr. Gary Zabow in the Magnetic Imaging Group in PML at NIST, Boulder. Since he concluded his NRC, he has worked as an associate through CU Boulder, continuing collaborative work with the Magnetic Imaging Group.


Spin Waves Across Three-Dimensional, Close-Packed Nanoparticles

Kathryn Krycka, James Jennings Rhyne, Samuel D Oberdick, Ahmed M. Abdelgawad, Julie A. Borchers, Yumi Ijiri, Sara A. Majetich, Jeffrey W. Lynn
Inelastic neutron scattering is utilized to measure the spin waves, or magnons, which arise from inter-particle coupling between 8.4 nm ferrite nanoparticles

Spin Canting Across Core/Shell Fe3O4/MnxFe3-xO4 Nanoparticles

Samuel D Oberdick, Ahmed Abdelgawad, Carlos Moya, Samaneh Mesbahi-Vasey, Demie Kepaptsoglou, Vlado K. Lazarov, Richard F. L. Evans, Daniel Meilak, Elizabeth Skoropata, Johan van Lierop, Ian Hunt-Isaak, Hillary Pan, Yumi Ijiri, Kathryn Krycka, Julie A. Borchers, Sara A. Majetich
Core/shell Fe3dO4/MnxFe3-xO4 nanoparticles were synthesized in a single reaction using molecular precursors with different thermal stability. Scanning
Created April 9, 2019, Updated September 8, 2020