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.  

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We are happy to announce that Barbora Budinská was awarded a best poster award during the Joint Meeting!


More than two hundred participants from 31 countries met together from May 10 to 12, 2021 in an online workshop on Nanoengineered Superconductors. The...


Magnonic devices have the potential to revolutionize the electronics industry. Qi Wang, Andrii Chumak (University of Vienna) and Philipp Pirro (TU...


An article in the research newsletter of the University of Vienna discusses our research on the possibilities of magnonics technology


We warmly congratulate our very own Dr Sebastian Knauer for the award of the prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship.


Sebastian joins the group as a PhD student and he will work under the supervision of PD Dr. habil. Oleksandr Dobrovolskiy on the FWF funded project...


Qi received the award for his PhD thesis, titled “Linear and Nonlinear Spin Waves in Nanoscale Magnonic Structures for Data Processing”


PD Dr. habil. Oleksandr Dobrovolskiy is nominated as a Management Committee Member from Austria


The NanoMag YouTube channel continues growing, this time with a mini-lecture on spin waves


We are happy to announce that Noura Zenbaa has joined our group as a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Andrii Chumak


The Vienna Doctoral School in Physics will provide her with financial support to connect with international experts


Researchers led by the University of Vienna and the TU Kaiserslautern have successfully constructed a basic building block of computer circuits using...


A recent article explores the possible developments of spintronics in the microelectronics industry. The NanoMag group has contributed to it


The joint German-Austrian (DFG-FWF) project "Curvature-Induced Effects in Magnetic Nanostructures" deals with complex magnetic states and their...


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