Virtual seminars at the accelerator: José L. F. Cuñado
Title: Kerr magnetometry in the light of ion accelerators
Abstract: Magneto-Optical Kerr Effect is a widely extended technique used for the study of magnetism, both in the macro- and nanoscale. Its simplicity, relatively low cost and the huge amount of information that it provides have set this technique as one of the most popular ways for rapidly accessing the magnetic properties of materials. In ion accelerators, where beams of ionized atoms are used for testing properties of materials as well as for creating damage or causing changes on them, this technique allows to probe magnetic properties during the bombardment process, without altering the ion’s trajectory or the way they interact with matter. This is because, first, it is a “photon in-photon out” technique and second, because the power of the light used as a probe is in the range of just a few mW. In this seminar the Kerr magnetometry technique and the magnetic properties that can be studied with it will be explained, together with the potentiality of application in ion accelerators.
Instructions: The seminar will be a virtual meeting in MS Teams platform. Please find enclosed the link to be used to connect to virtual meeting to be performed on Tuesday 25th at 12:00 pm:
If you have an email not belonging to UAM, you should connect bringing up Google Chrome browser. Thus, just copy and paste the above link into the browser. On the other hand, those members owning an UAM email account just use your own institutional TEAMS. Again it is necessary to use the same link.