School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Oregon State University
Magneto-acoustic interactions and analog signal processing
Corvallis, Oregon, USA
2016 — 2018
Established a general theoretical formalism for the parametric generation and amplification of localized diplolar-exchange spin-waves by a magneto-elastic interaction.
Applied the developed theory to design of a magneto-acoustic analog correlator.
Developed an experimental technique for magneto-elastic parameters characterization based on a linear response theory.
Design of table-top RF experiments for thin magnetic film devices performance evaluation and characterization