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I have completed my BEng degree in Materials Physics, from the University of Science and Technology Beijing (USTB), China (2013 - 2017). During the last year of my undergraduate, I got a chance to spend a wonderful time on a research internship project in the Prof. Ming Liu’s group, in the Institute of Microelectronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IMECAS).
Then I kept to the path of research. I’m currently a PhD student in Skyrmionics team, part of the Nano Engineering and Spintronic Technologies (NEST) Group in the University of Manchester, UK (2017 - ). My project is supervised by Prof. Jim Miles and Dr. Christoforos Moutafis.
My recent research interests lie in the theoretical & computational studies of magnetic skyrmions (what’s magnetic skyrmion?), and vary between many topics, e.g. skyrmion/antiskyrmion switching in chiral magnets, 3D dynamics and the energy landscapes of switching processes, roughness effect on the stability of skyrmionic textures in multilayer structures, ferromagnetic resonance, skyrmion-based devices for neuromorphic computing, etc.
I’m also having board collaborations with many people working on experiments, including people in our NEST group @Manchester, ETH Zurich, and Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI).
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