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Welcome to the website of the Sheffield Centre for Advanced Magnetic Materials and Devices (SCAMMD) within the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Sheffield.

The Centre uses experiment and simulation to investigate fabrication, application and basic understanding of magnetic materials. Current activity includes:

  • magnetic microelectromechanical system (MagMEMS) biosensors
  • spin-wave propagation and organic spintronics
  • magnetic nanowires for information technology, biological and atomic physics applications
  • exchange bias in magnetic thin films
  • thin film magnetostriction
  • bulk hard and soft magnetic materials
  • atomistic and micromagnetic simulation methods
SCAMMD @ Magnetism 2014
Wednesday, 9th April 2014

Over the last two days our group has been in Manchester, UK attending the first of a new annual conference known as Magnetism 2014 organised by Institute of Physics. We've all been impressed with the presented research from our colleagues from across the UK and beyond and would like to thank the organisers for their part in making the conference the success it was.

Contributions from our group included two presentations from Dr Nicola Morley on the "Development of magnetostrictive films for MEMS sensors" and on "Understanding organic spin-valves". Dr Matt Hodges, Mr Khalid Omari, Miss Ruth Bradley and Dr Nicola Morley also presented posters focussing on their current research.

Congratulations Dr Negoita!
Monday, 2nd December 2013

Congratulations to Madalina Negoita for passing her PhD viva on "Domain walls in ferromagnetic nanowires for atom trapping applications". 

Congratulations Dr Hodges!
Friday, 22nd November 2013

Congratulations to Matt Hodges for passing his PhD viva on "Magnetic Field-Induced Electronic Effects in Organic Semiconductors". He has also been awarded a one year UoS/EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellowship starting in December 2013, which follows on from his postgraduate research.

New SCAMMD Website!
Thursday, 28th March 2013

After nearly 4 years of the old monochromatic website receiving little, if any, attention we've finally upgraded to a new version, powered by Cotonti. We hope that this new website will allow all those interested in our groups' activities the chance to find out what's going on and to get involved too.

Please bear with us whilst we update the content. If you have any queries or would simply like to comment on the new site, please get in touch with us.

- Matt H