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Search Publications by John Unguris

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Electric-Field Induced Reversible Switching of the Magnetic Easy Axis in Co/BiFeO3 on SrTiO3

Author(s)
Tieren Gao, Xiaohang NMN Zhang, William D. Ratcliff, Shingo Maruyama, Makoto Murakami, Anbusathaiah Varatharajan, Zahra Yamani, Peijie Chen, Ke Wang, Huairuo NMN Zhang, Robert D. Shull, Leonid A. Bendersky, John NMN Unguris, R. Ramesh, Ramamoorthy Ramesh, I. Takeuchi
We demonstrate reversible electric-field-induced switching of the magnetic state of the Co layer in Co/BiFeO3 (BFO) (001) thin film heterostructures fabricated

Spatially resolved ferroelectric domain-switching-controlled magnetism in Co40Fe 40B20/Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)0.7Ti0.3 O3 multiferroic heterostructure

Author(s)
Peisen Li, Yonggang Zhao, Sen Zhang, Aitian Chen, Dalai Li, Jing Ma, Yan Liu, Daniel T. Pierce, John Unguris, Hongguang Piao, Huiyun Zhang, Meihong Zhu, Xiaozhong Zhang, Xiufeng Han, Mengchun Pan, Ce-Wen Nan
Intrinsic spatial inhomogeneity or phase separation in cuprates and manganites etc., related to electronic and/or magnetic properties, has attracted much

Nanoscale imaging of magnetization reversal driven by spin-orbit torque

Author(s)
Ian J. Gilbert, Andrew P. Chen, Daniel B. Gopman, Andrew L. Balk, Daniel T. Pierce, Mark D. Stiles, John Unguris
We use scanning electron microscopy with polarization analysis (SEMPA) to image deterministic, spin-orbit torque driven magnetization reversal of in-plane

Realization of Ground-State Artificial Skyrmion Lattices at Room Temperature

Author(s)
Dustin A. Gilbert, Brian B. Maranville, Andy L. Balk, Brian J. Kirby, Peter Fischer, Daniel T. Pierce, John Unguris, Julie A. Borchers, Kai Liu
The topological nature of magnetic skyrmions deriving from broken symmetries leads to extraordinary static and dynamic properties that provide new insight in

Probing electric field control of magnetism using ferromagnetic resonance

Author(s)
Ziyao Zhou, Morgan Trassin, Ya Gao, Yuan Gao, Diana Qiu, Khalid Ashraf, Tianxiang Nan, Xi Yang, Samuel R. Bowden, Daniel T. Pierce, Mark D. Stiles, John Unguris, Ming Liu, Brandon Howe, Gail Brown, Sayeef Salahuddin, Ramamoorthy Ramesh, Nian Sun
A question of fundamental importance in multiferroic materials, such as BiFeO3, is whether the canted moment arising from the Dzyalozhinski-Moriya coupling is

Interfacial Coupling in Multiferroic/Ferromagnet Heterostructures

Author(s)
M. Trassin, J. D. Clarkson, Samuel R. Bowden, j. Liu, J. T. Heron, R. J. Paull, Elke Arenholz, Daniel T. Pierce, John Unguris
We report local probe investigations of the magnetic interaction between BiFeO3 films and a ferromagnetic Co0.9Fe0.1 layer. Within the constraints of intralayer

Magnetization textures in NiPd nanostructures

Author(s)
Jean-Yves Chauleau, Benjamin James McMorran, R. Belkhou, Nicolas Bergeard, Tevfik Mente?, Miguel Angel Nino, Andrea Locatelli, John Unguris, Stanislas Rohart, Jacques Miltat, Andre Thiaville
We have observed peculiar magnetization textures in Ni80Pd20 nanostructures, by three different imaging techniques (MFM, XMCD-PEEM and SEMPA). The appearance of

Electron Vortex Beams with High Quanta of Orbital Angular Momentum

Author(s)
Benjamin James McMorran, Amit K. Agrawal, Ian M. Anderson, Andrew A. Herzing, Henri J. Lezec, Jabez J. McClelland, John Unguris
Analogous to vortices in light optical beams, electron optical beams with helical wavefronts carry orbital angular momentum and promise new capabilities for

Phase Diagram of Magnetic Nanodisks measured by SEMPA

Author(s)
Seok-Hwan Chung, Robert D. McMichael, Daniel T. Pierce, John Unguris
We use Scanning Electron Microscopy with Polarization Analysis (SEMPA) to image the magnetic domain structures of individual ferromagnetic nanodisks with