Prof. Rembert Duine
Full professor

Rembert Duine

Eindhoven University of Technology
Physics of Nanostructures

Contribution within QuMat:

Theory and design; Pillar 2.

Pillar 2 co-leader


Short CV

Duine’s interest lie broadly in condensed-matter theory, with a recent focus on spintronics. His group and collaborators developed the theoretical description of spin transport through ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic insulators. Recent achievements include theoretical proposals for spin transport by phonons, and for a spin-wave laser that is based on analogies of magnetic systems with black holes. Duine has received ERC Starting and Consolidator grants, and NWO Vidi and Vici grants.

Project involvement

Project Leader – QuMat.1-TUE-2.3C

Theory of complex magnetism

Co-supervisor – QuMat.1-RUG-2.1B

Generation, control and detection of magnons

Co-supervisor – QuMat.1-RU-2.1A / 2.2A

Quantum theory of 2D magnetism – Nonequilibrium nanomagnetism

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