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Sebastian Gliga

Invited speaker AtC-AtG 2021

Sebastian Gliga

Paul Scherrer Institute & ETH Zurich, Switzerland


Europe, Middle East and Africa

Presentation title

Artificial spin systems: towards functional materials in 2D and 3D

Sebastian Gliga is a Scientist in the Microspectroscopy Group at the Paul Scherrer Institute. His research focuses on nanomagnetism, including the investigation of emergent phenomena in two- and three-dimensional artificial spin systems, aiming to create energy efficient functional materials. Focus is on simulation, nanofabrication and characterization using synchrotron-based tools.

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