Higher Education. Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (01/09/2007 – 31/05/2012)
Specialization: Radiophysics and Electronics.
Diploma Title: Formation and investigation of thin films structures of multifferoics for magnetoelectronic applications.
PhD student. Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (01/10/2012 – 2016)
Department of Theoretical Physics.
Title of PhD thesis is “Domain wall dynamics in amorphous ferromagnetic structures with cylindrical symmetry”
Magnetism, magnetic materials, magnetic properties, nano- and microstructures, thin films, multiferroics, amorphous ferromagnetic microwires, dynamics of the domain walls.
October 2011- May 2013, Laboratory Assistant, IKBFU, Research and Educational Center “Functional Nanomaterials”;
June 2013 – Present, Researcher, IKBFU, Laboratory of Novel Magnetic Materials.
– Pulsed Laser Deposition;
– Magnetron Sputtering;
– Scanning Electron Microscope (JEOL, Japan) with integrated Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometer (Oxford Instruments, England);
– Vibrating Sample Magnetometer by Lake Shore (room, high, low temperatures, magnetoresistance option);
– Vector Vibrating Sample Magnetometer;
– Differential Scanning Calorimeter by NETZSCH;
– Thermogravimetric Analyzer by NETZSCH;
– Set-up for measurements of domain wall dynamics;
– Set-up for measurements of magnetic properties by induction method;
– Set-up for measurements of magnetostriction;
– Vibrating Sample Anisometer.
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