New Publication: Time-domain imaging of curling modes in a confined magnetic vortex and a micromagnetic study exploring the role of spiral spin waves emitted by the core

Congratulations to David Osuna, whose paper, ‘Time-domain imaging of curling modes in a confined magnetic vortex and a micromagnetic study exploring the role of spiral spin waves emitted by the core’, was published this month in Physical Review B. David has recently finished his PhD in the CDT and is now a postdoctoral research fellow at University […]

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New Publication: ‘Microwave Superdirectivity with Dimers of Helical Elements’

Congratulations to third year PGR Pavel Petrov, whose article ‘Microwave Superdirectivity with Dimers of Helical Elements’ was published yesterday in Physical Review Applied. Pavel summarises his article: This paper demonstrates experimental realisation of the subwavelength superdirective antenna that reaches close to theoretical maximum of directivity without using complex feeding network. We introduce a novel design […]

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New Publication: Metasurface bilayer for slow microwave surface waves

Congratulations to fourth year PGR Julia de Pineda Gutiérrez, whose paper ‘Metasurface bilayer for slow microwave surface waves’ was recently published in Physical Review B. Julia’s previous publications include Microwave edge modes on a metasurface with glide symmetry and Hexagonal symmetry metasurfaces for broadband antenna applications. Julia’s thesis is on exploration of beam shaping at microwave frequencies using […]

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Flann and University of Exeter research project aims to pave way for 5G communications revolution

Microwave engineering company Flann Microwave is teaming up with the University of Exeter as part of ground-breaking research which could help pave the way for the next generation of 5G mobile communications. Flann is working with PhD researcher Julia De Pineda-Gutiérrez from the Department of Physics and Astronomy on a four-year project which aims to […]

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New Publication: The true potential of the Weyl particle – A publication in Science

The quest to understand a variety of intriguing phenomena that may advance progress towards the next generation of computing has taken a quantum leap.  Through the science of metamaterials, quantum physics and the mathematics of topology, a team of scientists , including researchers from University of Exeter, have been exploring the properties of so called […]

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