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Search Publications by Brian Kirby

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Nanoscale Ferroelastic Twins Formed in Strained LaCoO3 Films

Author(s)
Er-Jia Guo, Ryan Desautels, David Keavney, Manuel A. Roldan, Brian J. Kirby, Dongkyu Lee, Zhaoliang Liao, Timothy Charlton, Andreas Herklotz, T. Zac Ward, Michael R. Fitzsimmons, Ho Nyung Lee
The formation of twinning domains has been established as a major mechanism to accommodate epitaxial strain in rhombohedral ferroelastic oxide thin films. The

Exploring Interfacial Exchange Coupling and Sublattice Effect in Heavy Metal/Ferrimagnetic Insulator Heterostructures using Hall Measurements, X-Ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism, and Neutron Reflectometry

Author(s)
Qiming Shao, Alexander J. Grutter, Yawen Liu, Guoqiang Yu, Chao-Yao Yang, Dustin Allen Gilbert, Elke Arenholz, Padraic Shafer, Xiaoyu Chi, Chi Tang, Mohammed Aldosary, Aryan Navabi, Qing Lin He, Brian J. Kirby, Jing Shi, Kang L. Wang
Ferrimagnetic insulators (FMIs), such as rare-earth iron garnets, are of considerable interest for low-power spintronics due to low Gilbert damping and the

Phonon Localization in Heat Conduction

Author(s)
M. N. Luckyanova, J. Mendoza, H. Lu, B. Song, S. Huang, J. Zhou, M. Li., Y. Dong, H. Zhou, J. Garlow, L. Wu, Brian J Kirby, Alexander J Grutter, Alex A. Puretzky, Y. Zhu, M. S. Dresselhaus, A. Gossard, G. Chen
We report localization-like behavior in phonon heat conduction observed both in measurement of the thermal conductivities of GaAs/AlAs superlattice (SL) thin

Ionic Tuning of Cobaltites at the Nanoscale

Author(s)
Dustin Allen Gilbert, Alexander J Grutter, Peyton D. Murray, Rajesh V. Chopdekar, Alexander M. Kane, Aleksey L. Ionin, Michael S. Lee, Steven R. Spurgeon, Brian J Kirby, Brian B. Maranville, Alpha T. N'Diaye, Apurva Mehta, Elke Arenholz, Kai Liu, Yayoi Takamura, Julie A. Borchers

Topological Transitions Induced by Antiferromagnetism in a Thin-Film Topological Insulator

Author(s)
Qing Lin He, Gen Yin, Luyan Yu, Alexander J Grutter, Lei Pan, Chui-Zhen Chen, Xiaoyu Che, Guoqiang Yu, Bin Zhang, Qiming Shao, Alexander L. Stern, Brian Casas, Jing Xia, Xiaodong Han, Brian J Kirby, Roger K. Lake, K. T. Law, Kang L. Wang
Ferromagnetism in topological insulators (TIs) opens a topologically non-trivial exchange band gap, providing an exciting platform for manipulating the

Highly Contrasting Static Charging and Bias Stress Effects in Pentacene Transistors with Polystyrene Heterostructures Incorporating Oxidizable N,N'-Bis(4-Methoxyphenyl)aniline Side Chains as Gate Dielectrics

Author(s)
Qingyang Zhang, Tejaswini S. Kale, Evan Plunkett, Wei Shi, Brian J. Kirby, Daniel H. Reich, Howard E. Katz
Charge trapping and storage in polymer dielectrics can be harnessed for the control of semiconductor device behavior, including organic transistors. For example

Exchange-Biasing Topological Charges by Antiferromagnetism

Author(s)
Qing Lin He, Gen Yin, Alexander J Grutter, Lei Pan, Xiaoyu Che, Guoqiang Yu, Dustin Allen Gilbert, Steven M. Disseler, Yizhou Liu, Padraic Shafer, Bin Zhang, Yingying Wu, Brian J Kirby, Elke Arenholz, Roger K. Lake, Xiaodong Han, Kang L. Wang, Xiaodong Han, Kang L. Wang
'Geometric' or 'topological' Hall effect is induced by the emergent gauge field experienced by the carriers adiabatically passing through chiral spin textures

Quasistatic Antiferromagnetism in the Quantum Wells of SmTiO3/SrTiO3 Heterostructures

Author(s)
Ryan F. Need, Patrick B. Marshall, Eric Kenney, Andreas Suter, Thomas Prokscha, Zaher Salman, Brian J Kirby, Susanne Stemmer, Michael J. Graf, Stephen D. Wilson
The magnetic properties of high-density SrTiO3 quantum wells embedded within the antiferromagnetic Mott insulator SmTiO3 are explored via muon spin relaxation

Compensated Ferrimagnetism in the Zero-Moment Heusler Alloy Mn3Al

Author(s)
Michelle Elizabeth Jamer, Yung Jui Wang, Gregory M. Stephen, Ian J. McDonald, Alexander J Grutter, George E. Sterbinsky, Dario A. Arena, Julie A. Borchers, Brian J Kirby, Laura H. Lewis, Bernardo Barbiellini, Arun Bansil, Don Heiman
While antiferromagnets have been proposed as components to limit stray magnetic fields in spintronics devices, their inability to be spin polarized inhibits

Lateral Magnetically Modulated Multilayers by Combining Ion Implantation and Lithography

Author(s)
Enric Menendez, Hiwa Modarresi, Claire Petermann, Josep Nogues, Neus Domingo, Haoliang Liu, Brian J Kirby, Amir Syed Mohd, Zahir Salhi, Earl Babcock, Stefan Mattauch, Chris Van Haesendonck, Andre Vantomme, Kristiaan Temst
The combination of lithography and ion implantation is demonstrated to be a suitable method to prepare lateral multilayers. A laterally, compositionally and

Tailoring Exchange Couplings in Magnetic Topological Insulator/Antiferromagnet Heterostructures

Author(s)
Qing Lin He, Xufeng Kou, Alexander J Grutter, Gen Yin, Lei Pan, Xiaoyu Che, Yuxiang Liu, Tianxiao Nie, Bin Zhang, Steven M.T. Disseler, Brian J Kirby, William D. Ratcliff, Qiming Shao, Koichi Murata, Xiaodan Zhu, Guoqiang Yu, Yabin Fan, Mohammad Montazeri, Xiaodong Han, Julie A. Borchers, Kang L. Wang
Magnetic topological insulators such as Cr-doped (Bi,Sb)2Te3 provide a platform for the realization of versatile time-reversal symmetry-breaking physics. By

Oscillatory Non-Collinear Magnetism Induced by Interfacial Charge Transfer in Metallic Oxide Superlattices

Author(s)
Jason D. Hoffman, Brian J Kirby, Jihwan Kwon, Gilberto Fabbris, John W. Freeland, Ivar Martin, Olle G. Heinonen, Paul Steadman, Hua Zhou, Christian M. Schleputz, Suzanne G. E. te Velthuis, Jian-Min Zuo, Anand Bhattacharya
Interfaces between correlated complex oxides are promising avenues to realize new forms of magnetism that arise as a result of charge transfer, proximity