Month: February 2018

Tuning the antiferromagnetic helical pitch length and nanoscale domain size in Fe3PO4O3 by magnetic dilution

We have investigated the effect of magnetic dilution (substituting Ga for Fe) on the partially ordered helical antiferromagnetic ground state of Fe3PO4O3.  The helical state in this compound is known to form in needle-like domains, with short range correlations in

Gavin Hester wins poster prize

Graduate student Gavin Hester won a poster prize at the SNS/HFIR User Group Meeting at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in July 2017.  Well done, Gavin!

Tyler Dodge wins poster prizes

Undergraduate researcher Tyler Dodge has won prizes this year at two conferences (Front Range Advanced Magnetics Symposium 2016, and the APS Four Corners section meeting 2016) for his poster that described developing the Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy probe.  Well done, Tyler!

Tim Reeder wins presentation award

Undergraduate researcher Tim Reeder won a prize for an excellent oral presentation that he gave at the Magnetics workshop held at CSU in the fall of 2016.  Well done, Tim!