IMSS Seminar (15-12) Beta-detected NMR: a "new" probe for nano science

CategoryIMSS Seminar
Start2016/02/16(Tue)10:00 AM
End2016/02/16(Tue)11:00 AM
VenueSeminar Hall on the first floor of 4-go-kan (main), #314 meeting room of the tokai 1-go-kan (tv conf.)
TitleBeta-detected NMR: a "new" probe for nano science
SpeakerProfessor Andrew MacFarlane (Columbia University)


I will review the beta-detected NMR facility at the TRIUMF in Vancouver, Canada 
where we use a collinear laser polarizer to produce intense radioactive ion beams 
at low energies for studies in condensed matter, particularly in studying depth 
dependent phenomena in thin films and near single crystal surfaces. I will include 
recent examples including strongly correlated oxides, such as LaNiO3, Sr2RuO4 
and Fe2O3 and topological insulators as well as more conventional metals and