Sergey Dushenko is a UMD Postdoctoral Researcher in the Nanoscale Processes and Measurements Group. He received a joint B.S. & M.S. degree in physics from the Lomonosov Moscow State University and a Ph.D. in science from Osaka University. His doctoral research focused on the study of spin transport and spin-charge conversion in a broad range of materials using spin pumping. At the CNST, Sergey is working with Bob McMichael on developing high-sensitivity magnetometry using nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond.
Gate-Tunable Spin-Charge Conversion and the Role of Spin-Orbit Interaction in Graphene, S. Dushenko, H. Ago, K. Kawahara, T. Tsuda, S. Kuwabata, T. Takenobu, T. Shinjo, Y. Ando, and M. Shiraishi, Physical Review Letters 116, 166102 (2016).
Ferromagnetic resonance and spin pumping efficiency for inverse spin-Hall effect normalization in yttrium-iron-garnet-based systems, S. Dushenko, Y. Higuchi, Y. Ando, T. Shinjo, and M. Shiraishi, Applied Physics Express 8, 103002 (2015).
Experimental Demonstration of Room-Temperature Spin Transport in n-Type Germanium Epilayers, S. Dushenko, M. Koike, Y. Ando, T. Shinjo, M. Myronov, and M. Shiraishi, Physical Review Letters 114, 196602 (2015).