Project QuMat.1-UT-M2 in Pillar M

PhD student: Thijs Roskamp

Project leader: Hans Hilgenkamp

Co-supersvisor: Nadine Hauptmann

Scanning Probe Microscopy for local dissipation measurements

A versatile and powerful tool for spatially-resolved characterization of quantum matter is Scanning Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) Microscopy, available at the University of Twente. We have used this technique to study, e.g., the occurrence of half-integer magnetic flux quanta in contacts between d-wave high-Tc and s-wave low-Tc superconductors and to reveal a magnetic transition as a function of thickness in ultrathin LaMnO3 films

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