B.A. mod. in Physics and Chemistry of Advanced Materials, TCD Ph.D: in Physics TCD (graduation November 2018)
Contactless microwave techniques such as VNA and FMR, magnetisation dynamics in ferro/ferrimagnetic systems and the development of novel resonance detection methods (SQUID FMR).
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After completing her undergraduate degree in Trinity College Dublin Jane joined the Magnetism and Spintronics group in October 2013 for her PhD. She submitted her thesis in November 2017 and is currently working as a research assistant in the group specialising in the development of novel contactless, microwave characterisation techniques that may be applied to both nanostructured and bulk materials. Her PhD work focused on the conductivity characterisation of randomly dispersed nanowire networks using microwave reflectometry and has branched into developing new methods of detecting ferro/ferrimagnetic resonance using SQUID magnetometry.