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Mihai GABOR
Mihai.Gabor@phys.utcluj.ro
     
Position:
  PhD Student
     
Education/Degrees:   M. Sc. Solid State Physics, "Babes-Bolyai" University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania 2007
    M. Sc. Materials Science, "Joseph Fourier" University, Grenoble, France 2006
    B. Sc. Physics, "Babes-Bolyai" University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania 2005
     
Current Project:   Magnetism and electronic proprieties of complex magnetic structures
   
Skills:   Thin films deposition by means of e-beam, MBE and sputtering
AFM, EBM characterization methods
TG/DTA thermal analysis
Magnetic and magnetoresistance measurements
Noise measurements
Numerical methods for modeling AFM/FM and FM/FMI/NM systems
LabView, Python,C/C++ programming in Linux/Windows
   
Research Interests:   Magnetic, electronic, and structural properties of solids
Feromagnetic oxides, spin injection in magnetic tunnel jonctions, exchange coupling in ferromagnetic/nemagnetic(metals; oxides)/ferromagnetic structures
Numerical methods for modeling spintronic structures
   
Theses:   Numerical investigation of the size effects on the exchange bias in nanostructures
    Studiul cuplajului de schimb in structuri magnetice multistrat
   
Publications:   M. S. Gabor, T. Jourdan, V. Baltz, A. Bollero, J. Sort, B. Rodmacq, F. Lançon, and B. Dieny Numerical investigation of finite size effects on exchange biased nanostructures Joint MMM/Intermag Conference. January 7-11, 2007, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
   
M.S. Gabor, T.Petrisor jr., C.V. Tiusan  Exchange coupling in Co/Ru/Co and Fe/MgO/Fe multilayered structures
6th International Conference of the Balkan Physical Union, Istanbul, Turkey
   
T. Petrisor jr., M.S. Gabor The study of giant magnetoresistance in magnetic multilayered structures deposited by means of e-beam evaporation 11th edition of International Symposium for Design and Technology of Electronic Packaging
     
     
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