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David Burn

  • PhD
  • Post doctoral research associate
  • Diamond Light Source Ltd
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Research interests

magnetisation dynamicsxmcdspintronicsmagnetism

About

I am currently working at the I10 beamline at Diamond Light Source. We focus on magnetic measurements on thin film and nanostructures samples and can probe the element specific magnetic interactions in both the transition metals and rare earths. My research is focused on probing the time-resolved magnetisation dynamics within thin film structures using pump-probe and single photon counting techniques.

Co-authors (35)

Publications (5)

  • Manipulation of skyrmion motion by magnetic field gradients

    • Zhang S
    • Wang W
    • Burn D
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  • Dynamic dependence to domain wall propagation through artificial spin ice

    • Burn D
    • Chadha M
    • Branford W
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  • Angular-dependent magnetization reversal processes in artificial spin ice

    • Burn D
    • Chadha M
    • Branford W
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  • Control of domain wall pinning by localised focused Ga + ion irradiation on Au capped NiFe nanowires

    • Burn D
    • Atkinson D
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  • Focused-ion-beam induced interfacial intermixing of magnetic bilayers for nanoscale control of magnetic properties

    • Burn D
    • Hase T
    • Atkinson D
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Professional experience

Post doctoral research associate

Diamond Light Source Ltd.

July 2015 - Present

Research Associate

Imperial College London

August 2013 - July 2015(2 years)

PhD Student

Durham University

October 2009 - July 2013(4 years)

Education

PhD

Durham University

October 2009 - July 2013(4 years)

MPhys

Durham University

October 2005 - July 2009(4 years)