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Matt Ellis

  • Theoretical Physics
  • Post-Doctoral Researcher
  • University of Dublin Trinity College
  • 8PublicationsNumber of items in Matt's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 4Followers

Research interests

Ultrafast Magnetisation Dynamics.Atomistic Spin DynamicsComputational Magnetism

About

I am a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant at Trinity College Dublin working with Prof. Stefano Sanvito on the SFI funded project 'MMDesign'. This project aims to develop revolutionary modelling of magnetic tunnel junctions using a multi-scale approach linking first-principles calculations with large scale spin dynamics and micro-magnetics. I attained my PhD in 2015 under the supervision of Prof. Roy Chantrell studying the effects of granular media on the heat assisted magnetic recording paradigm. For this I extensively developed my own code including high performance computing using Nvidia CUDA.

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Publications (5)

  • Manifestation of higher-order inter-granular exchange in magnetic recording media

    • Ellis M
    • Ababei R
    • Wood R
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  • Multiscale modeling of current-induced switching in magnetic tunnel junctions using ab initio spin-transfer torques

    • Ellis M
    • Stamenova M
    • Sanvito S
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  • All-optical switching in granular ferromagnets caused by magnetic circular dichroism

    • Ellis M
    • Fullerton E
    • Chantrell R
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  • The Landau–Lifshitz equation in atomistic models

    • Ellis M
    • Evans R
    • Ostler T
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  • Temperature-dependent ferromagnetic resonance via the Landau-Lifshitz-Bloch equation: Application to FePt

    • Ostler T
    • Ellis M
    • Hinzke D
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Professional experience

Post-Doctoral Researcher

University of Dublin Trinity College

October 2015 - Present

Education

Phd in Physics

University of York

October 2011 - September 2015(4 years)

Masters of Physics

Department of Physics, University of York

October 2007 - June 2011(4 years)