The “Nanomagnetism and Magnonics” Research Group is a young team that conducts internationally leading research in the field of magnetism. Our main aim is to explore fascinating physical phenomena in the dynamics of magnetic and superconducting systems and to use them for applications.  

Current and future research topics: 

  • spin-wave physics and magnonics
  • nanoscale hybrid systems and 3D architectures
  • spin-orbit phenomena and magnon spintronics
  • quantum magnonics at low temperatures
  • magnon fluxonics and superconducting spintronics 

Open positions: 

The group is in the process of formation and young motivated people are welcome to join the team.


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The joint project "MagFunc" deals with non-reciprocal 3D architectures for magnonic functionalities


A new superconducting system in which magnetic flux quanta can move at velocities of 10-15 km/s has been discovered by a joint team from Frankfurt,...


A critical advancement in the field of ultralow power computation using magnetic waves is reported by a joint team from Kaiserslautern, Jena and...


Prof. Chumak’s lectures on Advanced Materials inaugurate the NanoMag’s YouTube channel


A surprisingly effective way to create an elusive quantum state of matter, called a Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC), was proposed and verified...


We are happy to announce that Barbora Budinská has joined our group as a PhD student under the supervision of Oleksandr Dobrovolskiy


Dr. Sebastian Knauer has joined the group as senior postdoc on a 6-years Faculty of Physics position


Members and collaborators of the group met in Semmering for two days of scientific discussions


Qi Wang will join the NanoMag group as a postdoctoral researcher

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