PhD Position at Université Paris-Saclay: Explore the fascinating realm of emergent behavior in magnetism through a doctoral research opportunity. This PhD position, based at the Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS, Thales, Université Paris-Saclay, Palaiseau, France, delves into the stability and dynamics of different 3D spin textures in magnetic multilayer materials. Join a collaborative project and contribute to uncovering the novel properties of discretized 3D partial skyrmion tubes and cocoons, shedding light on their roles in ultrafast topological phase transitions.
a PhD Researcher
Research Area: Stability and Dynamics of 3D Spin Textures in Magnetic Multilayers
Location: Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS, Thales, Université Paris-Saclay, Palaiseau, France
- Strong background in experimental physics, particularly nanomagnetism and spintronics.
- Proficiency in programming for image processing.
- Familiarity with micromagnetic simulations.
- Enthusiasm for interdisciplinary research and an eagerness to explore emerging phenomena in magnetism.
PhD Position – Stability and Dynamics of 3D Spin Textures
This PhD research project focuses on:
- Experimentally investigating the physics of discretized 3D partial skyrmion tubes and 3D cocoons in magnetic multilayer materials.
- Studying the behavior of these topological spin textures within alternating magnetic and non-magnetic layers.
- Collaborating with experts in materials science, coherent x-ray imaging, spintronics, and ultrafast science to unravel the fundamental properties of 3D partial skyrmions.
- Exploring the role of these textures in ultrafast laser-induced topological phase transitions and their potential as catalysts in overcoming energy barriers.
How to Apply: For inquiries and applications, please contact the advisors:
Applicants should provide a comprehensive CV and express their interest and skills in relation to the project’s requirements.
Last Date for Application: Open until filled
Note: This is an exceptional opportunity to engage in cutting-edge research at the intersection of experimental physics, materials science, imaging techniques, and ultrafast science. Join a collaborative network with strong partnerships, including SOLEIL Synchrotron and Augsburg University. If you’re passionate about uncovering the mysteries of emergent behavior in magnetism and contributing to a dynamic interdisciplinary research field, apply today. Your work will play a pivotal role in advancing our understanding of 3D spin textures and their potential applications.