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Hybrid Multiferroic Nanostructures (0D/2D) under External Stimuli
Controlling nanomagnetism by means of an electric field is a key issue for the future development of low-power spintronic devices. In this project, we propose to tune in real time the magnetic reversal assisted by electric field of well-defined nanoparticles prepared by Low Energy Clusters beam Deposition (LECBD) at the PLYRA [1] platform.
In this context, the CsCl-like B2 chemically ordered FeRh alloy, which presents a metamagnetic transition from a low temperature antiferromagnetic order to a high temperature ferromagnetic order just above room temperature, is a very good candidate for assessing magnetic control through external stimuli [2, 3].

Contact: Ingrid CANERO INFANTE