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Study of Magneto-plasmonic coupling in hybrid nanostructures

This project concerns an in-depth study of the magneto-plasmonic coupling in magnetic/metallic nanostructures to study the strength and nature of the interaction between the different components of the hybrid materials. In particular we will perform detailed ferromagnetic resonance ad surface plasmon resonances to elucidate the type and strength of coupling. In this project we aim to exploit these characteristics of FMR to study the nature of magneto-plasmonic interactions between a periodic metallic structured component (plasmonic structures), typically a plasmonic grating structure, and a magnetic thin film or nanostructure. It has been postulated that the reverse Faraday effect effectively induces a magnetic field component from the plasmon resonance in the metallic grating into the magnetic layer (Kazlou, 2021). We will make in-depth studies of the induced field via the FMR field, which provides an unambiguous measurement of the local internal field in the ferromagnetic (or ferrimagnetic) layer.

from October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2025

From 1st october 2022 to 30th september 2025

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Organisme : UVSQ/CNRS
45, avenue des États-Unis
78000 Versailles
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Contact :
David Schmool
Tel : 01 39 45 46 67
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