Vasily Stolyarov

Vasily Stolyarov
Russian Academy of Sciences | RAS · LS

Doctor of Philosophy

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June 2014 - present
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
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  • Head of Department
October 2012 - December 2014
Sorbonne Université
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  • PostDoc Position
January 2010 - present
Lomonosov Moscow State University
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  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (143)
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Josephson junctions are currently used as base elements of superconducting logic systems. Long enough junctions subject to magnetic field host quantum phase 2{\pi}-singularities - Josephson vortices. Here we report the realization of the superconducting memory whose state is encoded by the number of present Josephson vortices. By integrating the ju...
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In this work, we study the magnetization dynamics in a superconductor-ferromagnet (S-F) thin-film multilayer. Theoretical considerations supported by broadband ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy reveal the development of acoustic and optic resonance modes in S-F multilayers at significantly higher frequencies in comparison to the Kittel mode of i...
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The design of high-density non-volatile memories is a long-standing dream, limited by conventional storage "0" or "1" bits. An alternative paradigm exists in which regions within candidate materials can be magnetized to intermediate values between the saturation limits. In principle, this paves the way to multivalued bits, vastly increasing storage...
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Exotic quantum transport phenomena established in Josephson junctions (JJs) are reflected by a nonsinusoidal current-phase relation (CPR). The solidified approach to measuring the CPR is via an asymmetric dc-SQUID with a reference JJ that has a high critical current. We probed this method by measuring CPRs of hybrid JJs based on the 3D topological...
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Citation: Ruzhickiy, V.; Bakurskiy, S.; Kupriyanov, M.; Klenov, N.; Soloviev, I.; Stolyarov, V.; Golubov, A. Abstract: In this paper, we present a theoretical study of electronic transport in planar Josephson Superconductor-Normal Metal-Superconductor (SN-N-NS) bridges with arbitrary transparency of the SN interfaces. We formulate and solve the two...
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In semiconductors, the identification of doping atomic elements allowing to encode a qubit within spin states is of intense interest for quantum technologies. In transition metal dichalcogenides semiconductors, the strong spin-orbit coupling produces locked spin-valley states with expected long coherence time. Here we study the substitutional Bromi...
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In semiconductors, the identification of doping atomic elements allowing to encode a qubit within spin states is of intense interest for quantum technologies. In transition metal dichalcogenides semiconductors, the strong spin-orbit coupling produces locked spin-valley states with expected long coherence time. Here we study the substitutional Bromi...
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In this work, we study magnetization dynamics in superconductor-ferromagnet (S-F) thin-film multilayer. Theoretical considerations supported by the broad-band ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy reveal development of acoustic and optic resonance modes in S-F multilayers. These modes are formed due to antiferromagnetic-like interaction between F-la...
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In this work, we study magnetization dynamics in superconductor-ferromagnet-superconductor thin-film structures. Results of the broad-band ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy are reported for a large set of samples with varied thickness of both superconducting and ferromagnetic layers in a wide frequency, field, and temperature ranges. Experimenta...
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Exotic quantum transport phenomena established in Josephson junctions (JJs) are reflected by a non-sinusoidal current-phase relation (CPR). The solidified approach to measure the CPR is via an asymmetric dc-SQUID with a reference JJ that has a high critical current. We probed this method by measuring CPRs of hybrid JJs based on a 3D topological ins...
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Strontium titanate SrTiO3 (STO) is a canonical example of a quantum paraelectric, and its doping with manganese ions unlocks its potential as a quantum multiferroic candidate. However, to date, the specifics of incorporation of the manganese ion into the perovskite lattice and its impact on structure-property relationships are debatable questions....
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Arrays of superconducting nanowires may be useful as elements of novel nanoelectronic devices. The superconducting properties of nanowires differ significantly from the properties of bulk structures. For instance, different vortex configurations of the magnetic field have previously been predicted for nanowires with different diameters. In the pres...
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The possibility of controlling Josephson vortices and fluxon states has always been an attractive area of research that can influence the development of superconducting devices and quantum computing. Here we demonstrate the capability of magnetic force microscopy to detect and manipulate Josephson vortices (JVs) and fluxons below the critical curre...
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Typically, topological superconductivity is reachable via proximity effect by a direct deposition of superconductor (S) on top of a topological insulator (TI) surface. Here we observed and analyzed the double critical current in the Josephson junctions based on the topological insulator in the fabricated planar Superconducting Quantum Interference...
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Typically, topological superconductivity is reachable via proximity effect by a direct deposition of superconductor (S) on top of a topological insulator (TI) surface. Here, the double critical current in the Josephson junctions based on the topological insulator is observed in the fabricated planar Superconducting Quantum Interference Devicea. By...
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BiScO3 compound was obtained in the form of dense ceramic with a perovskite-type structure, and its complex characterization was determined for the first time. The corresponding synthesis procedure is described in detail. It is demonstrated that the temperature region of the phase stability at atmospheric pressure lies at T < 700 °C (973 K). It is...
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Structures consisting of an InGaAs/GaAs quantum well and a ferromagnetic 〈Mn〉 δ layer separated by a narrow 3–10 nm spacer have been studied using the optically detected cyclotron resonance (ODCR). Despite strong disorder in these structures, the photoluminescence of charge carriers in the quantum well indicates ODCR upon absorption in the far infr...
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Structural and electronic properties of ultrathin nanocrystals of chalcogenide Bi2(Tex Se1−x)3 were studied. The nanocrystals were formed from the parent compound Bi2Te2Se on as-grown and thermally oxidized Si(100) substrates using Ar-assisted physical vapor deposition, resulting in well-faceted single crystals several quintuple layers thick and a...
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In this paper, we report the results of magnetic resonance spectroscopy of EuFe2As2 single crystals. We observe magnetic resonance responses, which are attributed to antiferromagnetic resonances of the Eu sublattice with orthorhombic crystal structure and with different orientations of twin domains relative to the external field. We confirm the val...
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In this work, we study magnetization dynamics in superconductor-ferromagnet-superconductor thin-film structures. Results of the broad-band ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy are reported for a large set of samples with varied thickness of both superconducting and ferromagnetic layers in a wide frequency, field, and temperature ranges. Experimenta...
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Made of a thin non-superconducting metal (N) sandwiched by two superconductors (S), SNS Josephson junctions enable novel quantum functionalities by mixing up the intrinsic electronic properties of N with the superconducting correlations induced from S by proximity. Electronic properties of these devices are governed by Andreev quasiparticles (Andre...
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Thin films of diluted magnetic alloys are widely used in superconducting spintronics devices. Most studies rely on transport measurements and assume homogeneous magnetic layers. Here we examine on a local scale the electronic properties of the well-known two-layer superconductor/ferromagnet structure Nb/CuNi. Scanning tunneling spectroscopy experim...
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In this work, we report the broad-band ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy of EuSn2As2 single crystals at different temperatures in combination with magnetization measurements and structural characterization. We observe conventional collective acoustic resonance mode of the A-type antiferromagnetic canted state in the Eu sub-lattice, and its trans...
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High-performance modeling of neurophysiological processes is an urgent task that requires new approaches to information processing. In this context, two- and three-junction superconducting quantum interferometers with Josephson weak links based on gold nanowires are fabricated and investigated experimentally. The studied cells are proposed for the...
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Made of a thin non-superconducting metal (N) sandwiched by two superconductors (S), SNS Josephson junctions enable novel quantum functionalities by mixing up the intrinsic electronic properties of N with the superconducting correlations induced from S by proximity. Electronic properties of these devices are governed by Andreev quasiparticles [1] wh...
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In this work, we report the broad-band ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy of EuSn$_2$As$_2$ single crystals at different temperatures in combination with magnetization measurements and structural characterization. We observe conventional collective acoustic resonance mode of the A-type antiferromagnetic spin-flop phase in the Eu sub-lattice, and...
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We report investigation of ferromagnetic resonance phenomenon in ferromagnetic thin films with essentially non-uniform composition. Epitaxial Pd-Fe thin film with linear distribution of Fe content across the thickness is used as the model material. Anomalous perpendicular standing spin waves are observed and quantified using the collective dynamic...
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In article number 2100124, Vasily S. Stolyarov and colleagues have observed unexpectedly fine (≈1 Oe) resonant oscillations of the critical Josephson current in the magnetic field in ballistic Nb‐Bi2Te2.3Se0.7‐Nb proximity junctions at temperatures below 500 mK. The peaked maxima of oscillations are attributed to the resonant transmission of quasip...
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Following the game-changing high-pressure CO (HiPco) process that established the first facile route toward large-scale production of single-walled carbon nanotubes, CO synthesis of cm-sized graphene crystals of ultra-high purity grown during tens of minutes is proposed. The Boudouard reaction serves for the first time to produce individual monolay...
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In this work, magnetization and magnetization dynamics in helical-ordered spin systems are considered. By employing the Nelder–Mead simplex numerical algorithm, the dependence of spin orientations on magnetic field is calculated for spin systems with arbitrary helicity. As demonstrated, in a certain case, the dependence of magnetization on magnetic...
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Josephson proximity junctions and devices employing topological insulators are promising candidates for realizing topological superconductivity and topologically protected quantum circuits. Here, the new type of oscillations of the critical Josephson current in the ballistic Nb‐Bi2Te2.3Se0.7‐Nb junctions subject to the magnetic fields is reported....
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Lateral Josephson junctions (LJJ) made of two superconducting Nb electrodes coupled by Cu-film are applied to quantify the stray magnetic field of Co-coated cantilevers used in Magnetic Force Microscopy (MFM). The interaction of the magnetic cantilever with LJJ is reflected in the electronic response of LJJ as well as in the phase shift of cantilev...
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We explore the concept of the Josephson magnetic memory element based on a multilayer two-barrier SIsFS Josephson junction storing the digital state by means of the orientation of magnetization in the F-layer. A diluted PdFe alloy with 1% magnetic atoms is used as a ferromagnet (F), and a tunnel AlOx layer (I) ensures a high voltage in the resistiv...
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In this work, we briefly overview various options for Josephson junctions, which should be scalable down to nanometer range for utilization in nanoscale digital superconducting technology. Such junctions should possess high values of critical current, Ic, and normal state resistance, RN. Another requirement is the high reproducibility of the juncti...
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In this work, ultrastrong photon-to-magnon coupling is demonstrated for on-chip multilayered superconductor-ferromagnet-insulator hybrid thin-film structures reaching a coupling strength above 6 GHz, coupling ratio about 0.6, single-spin coupling strength about 350 Hz, and cooperativity about 104. Strong characteristics of coupling are achieved owi...
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In the novel stoichiometric iron-based material RbEuFe4As4 superconductivity coexists with a peculiar long-range magnetic order of Eu 4f states; their coexistance is puzzling and represents a challenge for both experiment and theory. Using angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy, resonant photoemission spectroscopy, Andreev reflection spectroscop...
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In this work, magnetization dynamics in helical-ordered spin systems is studied theoretically and experimentally using magnetization measurements and ferromagnetic resonance measurement technique. EuFe2As2 is considered as the case study. Theoretically two types of resonance responses are examined for helical-ordered systems: the molecular field re...
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In this work, fabrication and characterization of magnetic properties of EuFe2As2 and EuRbFe4As4 single crystals is reported. Magnetization measurements of samples with well defined thin film geometry and crystal orientation demonstrate a striking similarity in ferromagnetic properties of Eu subsystems in these two compounds. Measurements with magn...
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Unlike conventional planar Josephson junctions, nanowire-based devices have a bridge geometry with a peculiar coupling to environment that can favor non-equilibrium electronic phenomena. Here we measure the influence of the electron bath overheating on critical current of several bridge-like junctions built on a single Au-nanowire. Using the Usadel...
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Magnetic flux quantization in superconductors allows the implementation of fast and energy-efficient digital superconducting circuits. However, information representation in magnetic flux severely limits the functional density and is a long-standing problem. Here, we introduce the concept of superconducting digital circuits that do not utilize magn...
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In this work, we briefly overview various options for Josephson junctions which should be scalable down to nanometer range for utilization in nanoscale digital superconducting technology. Such junctions should possess high values of critical current, $I_c$, and normal state resistance, $R_n$. Another requirement is the high reproducibility of the j...
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In this work, the ultra-strong photon-to-magnon coupling is demonstrated for on-chip multilayered superconductor/ferromagnet/insulator hybrid thin film structures reaching the coupling strength above 6 GHz, the coupling ratio about 0.6, the single-spin coupling strength about 350 Hz, and cooperativity about 10^4. High characteristics of coupling ar...
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Phase shifter is one of the key elements of quantum electronics. In order to facilitate operation and avoid decoherence, it has to be reconfigurable, persistent, and nondissipative. In this work, we demonstrate prototypes of such devices in which a Josephson phase shift is generated by coreless superconducting vortices. The smallness of the vortex...
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Superconducting hybrid structures with topological order and induced magnetization offer a promising way to realize fault-tolerant quantum computation. However, the effect of the interplay between magnetization and the property of the topological insulator surface, otherwise known as spin-momentum locking on the superconducting proximity effect, st...
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The critical step for future quantum industry demands realization of efficient information exchange between different-platform hybrid systems that can harvest advantages of distinct platforms. The major restraining factor for the progress in certain hybrids is weak coupling strength between the elemental particles. In particular, this restriction i...
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In the novel stoichiometric iron-based material RbEuFe4As4, superconductivity coexists with a peculiar long-range magnetic order of Eu 4f states. Using angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy, we reveal a complex three-dimensional electronic structure and compare it with density functional theory calculations. Multiple superconducting gaps were m...
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Topological insulators with broken time-reversal symmetry and the Fermi level within the magnetic gap at the Dirac cone provides exotic topological magneto-electronic phenomena. Here, we introduce an improved magnetically doped topological insulator, Fe-doped BiSbTe2Se (Fe-BSTS) bulk single crystal, with an ideal Fermi level. Scanning tunneling mic...
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Cluster formation is a focus of interdisciplinary research in both chemistry and physics. Here we discuss the exotic example of this phenomenon in the vortex matter of a thin superconductor. In superconducting films, the clustering takes place because of particular properties of the vortex interactions in the crossover or intertype regime between s...
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Inelastic interactions of quantum systems with the environment usually wash coherent effects out. In the case of Friedel oscillations, the presence of disorder leads to a fast decay of the oscillation amplitude. Here we show both experimentally and theoretically that in three-dimensional topological insulator Bi2Te3 there is a nesting-induced split...
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The ability to manipulate individual atoms and molecules using a scanning tunnelling microscope (STM) has been crucial for the development of a vast array of atomic scale devices and structures ranging from nanoscale motors and switches to quantum corrals. Molecular motors in particular have attracted considerable attention in view of their potenti...
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The ability to manipulate individual atoms and molecules using a scanning tunneling microscope (STM) has been crucial for the development of a vast array of atomic-scale devices and structures ranging from nanoscale motors and switches to quantum corrals. Molecular motors in particular have attracted considerable attention in view of their potentia...
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In the following paper we investigate the critical temperature $T_c$ behavior in the two-dimensional S/TI (S denotes superconductor and TI - topological insulator) junction with a proximity induced in-plane helical magnetization in the TI surface. The calculations of $T_c$ are performed using the general self-consistent approach based on the Usadel...
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Catalytic pellistor-type sensors are widely used for the analytical detection of flammable/explosive gases. Further improvement of the characteristics of the sensors can be achieved by the development of miniature sensing elements based on planar microhotplates, which allows one to decrease the power consumption substantially. Here we demonstrate t...
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Magnetic flux quantization in superconductors allows the implementation of fast and energy-efficient digital superconducting circuits. However, the information representation in magnetic flux severely limits their functional density presenting a long-standing problem. Here we introduce a concept of superconducting digital circuits that do not utili...
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In pnictide RbEuFe4As4, superconductivity sets in at 36 K and coexists, below 15-19 K, with the long-range magnetic ordering of Eu 4f spins. Here we report scanning tunneling experiments performed on cold-cleaved single crystals of the compound. The data revealed the coexistence of large Rb-terminated and small Eu-terminated terraces, both manifest...
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The critical step for future quantum industry demands realization of efficient information exchange between different-platform hybrid systems, including photonic and magnonic systems, that can harvest advantages of distinct platforms. The major restraining factor for the progress in certain hybrid systems is the fundamentally weak coupling paramete...
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In P-doped pnictide, EuFe2(As1−xPx)2 superconductivity coexists with a ferromagnetism of Eu−4f spins. Above x≃0.26, superconductivity vanishes whereas ferromagnetism remains. Here, we focus on the crossover region and study two EuFe2(As1−xPx)2 single crystals with x=0.21 and x=0.25; the superconducting critical temperature of the first one is sligh...
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In this work, magnetization dynamics is studied in superconductor-ferromagnet-superconductor three-layered films in a wide frequency, field, and temperature ranges using the broad-band ferromagnetic resonance measurement technique. It is shown that in the presence of both superconducting layers and of superconducting proximity at both superconducto...
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Inelastic interactions of quantum systems with environment usually wash coherent effects out. In the case of Friedel oscillations, the presence of disorder leads to a fast decay of the oscillation amplitude. Here we show both experimentally and theoretically that in the three-dimensional topological insulator Bi2Te3 the finite lifetime of the Dirac...
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In the novel stoichiometric iron-based material RbEuFe$_{4}$As$_{4}$ superconductivity coexists with a peculiar long-range magnetic order of Eu 4f states. Using angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy, we reveal a complex three dimensional electronic structure and compare it with density functional theory calculations. Multiple superconducting ga...
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Superconducting proximity devices using low-dimensional semiconducting elements enable a ballistic regime in the proximity transport. The use of topological insulators in such devices is considered promising owing to the peculiar transport properties these materials offer, as well the hope of inducing topological superconductivity and Majorana phen...
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Disorder has different profound effects on superconducting thin films. For a large variety of materials, increasing disorder reduces electronic screening which enhances electron-electron repulsion. These fermionic effects lead to a mechanism described by Finkelstein: when disorder combined to electron-electron interactions increases, there is a glo...
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Electrochemical aspects of Bi electrocrystallization from a bath containing bismuth nitrate in a mixture of ethylene glycol and water are addressed. Bismuth nanowires with diameters of 50 – 120 nm and a length up to a few dozens of microns were prepared by electrodeposition into the pores of anodic aluminium oxide templates. Crystal structure and m...
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In this work, magnetization dynamics is studied in superconductor/ferromagnet/superconductor three-layered films in a wide frequency, field, and temperature ranges using the broad-band ferromagnetic resonance measurement technique. It is shown that in presence of both superconducting layers and of superconducting proximity at both superconductor/fe...
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The ability to control Josephson vortices is instrumental for development of superconducting cryoelectronics. However, direct visualization of multivortex states in Josephson junctions is a challenging task. Here, we employ a magnetic force microscopy (MFM) for the analysis of planar Josephson junctions. We observe a specific MFM response, seen as...
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We have developed the planar nanoSQUID with nanobridge-type Josephson junctions based on oxidation resistant and high Hc2 MoRe alloy. The objective of the research was to reduce size of the SQUID loop with the aim to reduce magnetic flux noise and improve spatial resolution of the SQUID sensors. Employing RF-magnetron sputtering, electron-beam lith...