A group of scientists lead by Prof. Haiming Yu (Beihang University, Beijing, China) recently published groundbreaking results that push the frontiers of the quickly emerging field of hybrid magnonics.
Researchers showed for the first time that magnons, the particle counterparts of a spin-wave, can propagate for up to 1 mm in a multiferroic/ferromagnetic heterostructure at room temperature. These results not only shed light on the longstanding topic of magnon decay length in metallic magnets, but also push the frontiers of the rapidly emerging field of hybrid magnonics.
Qnami ProteusQ enabled the team to quantitatively characterize the homogeneity and periodicity of the stray magnetic fields of the samples that could barely be measured by Magnetic Force Microscopy.
Jianyu Zhang (Beihang University, China), first author of the paper describes the impact of Qnami ProteusQ in this work:
“In our experiment, the stripe domain’s stray field pattern, its orientation and degree of regularity is clearly discernible from the photoluminescence contrast of the scanning nitrogen-vacancy magnetometer Qnami ProteusQ. We hope to use such advanced and high-precision technique to explore more interesting ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic spin textures.”
We congratulate Prof. Haiming Yu and his collaborators (at Beihang University, Tsinghua University, SUSTECH, RIKEN, EPFL, Peking University, University of Basel, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences) for publishing these results in Nature Communications (December 14, 2021). Read more about the paper on our application page.
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