The Magnetic Resonance Laboratory is part of the Physics Deparment of the Centro Atómico Bariloche of the Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica, located in Bariloche, Rio Negro, Argentina. The research carried out here complements the academic training of the Instituto Balseiro of the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, as well as welcomes collaborations with other institutions in the country and abroad. Our main activities include basic and applied research in new developments in magnetic properties in materials with applications in medicine, spintronics, materials science and sensors associated with conventional activities and the nuclear sector.

ESCUELA JOSÉ ANTONIO BALSEIRO 2022
La escuela está destinada a estudiantes de carreras de grado en ciencias (Física, Química o afines) e Ingenierías, con al menos el 75 % de la carrera aprobada al momento de realizar la inscripción, o profesionales que se hayan graduado y se encuentren actualmente realizando un posgrado en las mismas áreas. El objetivo de la Escuela es que los participantes adquieran sólidos conocimientos básicos de Magnetismo y Materiales Magnéticos, y a su vez que puedan enterarse de los fenómenos y desarrollos más recientes en el área a través de módulos teóricos y experimentales.
La inscripción puede realizarse en este enlace

New Ph.D. candidate at Magnetic Resonance Laboratory!!
Jean Carlos Rodriguez Estela is joining Magnetic Resonance Laboratory as Ph. D. candidate!!! He will study the magnetization dynamics in thin films using Time-Resolved Magneto-optical Kerr Effect (TR-MOKE), with special emphasis on the study and determination of the damping parameter in synthetic ferrimagnets.
This topic will be developed under the supervision of Javier Curiale and Axel Bruchhausen.
Welcome to the Magnetic Resonance Laboratory!

New Ph.D. candidate at Magnetic Resonance Laboratory!!

Marco Antonio Morales is joining Magnetic Resonance Laboratory as Ph. D. candidate!!! His research will be focused on the design, production and study of multifunctional nanoparticles: magnetic, with catalytic activity and/or sensitive to ionizing radiation to be applied in novel oncological therapies. This research topic will be developed under the supervision of Dr. Enio Lima Jr. and Dr. Elin Winkler.
Welcome to the Magnetic Resonance Laboratory!

International Workshop on Spintronics – Spin Argentina 2022
The 2nd International Workshop on Spintronics Spin Argentina 2022 is one year away! Do not forget to pre-register to receive the updates and news! This amazing event is organized by members of Magnetic Resonance Laboratory, Institute Jean Lamour and RIKEN and is scheduled for November 6-11th, 2022: https://fisica.cab.cnea.gov.ar/spin2022/

Research Grants obtained – January 2022!!
Congratulations to Mariana Raineri and Roberto Zysler for the research grants obtained from AGENCIA: PICT Aplicados 2021
– PICT-2021-CAT-I00155: “Desarrollo y validación de un método magnético costo-efectivo y reproducible de aislamiento de exosomas urinarios para aplicaciones en patologías renales proliferativas a nivel clínico”

Seminar series 2022
We are pleased to announce the seminar series 2022 are back in March with an invited talk: the Prof. Albert Fert, Nobel Laureate 2007. Prof. Fert will give the lecture entitled: “Spintronics to go beyond conventional electronics and switch greener”
The lecture is scheduled for March 9th, 2022 at 14 hs CET / 10 hs ARG/BRA
Looking forward to see you there!

Publications February 2022
– Roa, S., Sirena, M. AFM imaging analysis of nanoindentation-induced plastic strain in indium surface for calibrating nanoindenters area profiles
Physica B: Condensed Matter, 633, art. no. 413773. 2022
– Roa, S., Sirena, M., Redondo, C., Morales, R. AFM nanoindentation-based mechanical investigation of 3D confinement effects on nanoarchitectonic arrays of Ag nanodisks Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 163, art. no. 110605. 2022

Luis Avilés Félix received the Fulbright-CONICET Scholarship 2022
Luis Avilés Félix was awarded with a Fulbright-CONICET Scholarship 2022 to spend three months at the Illinois Materials Research Science and Engineering Center under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Axel Hoffmann for the development of the project: “Spin dynamics and spin currents in magnetIc nanostructures – SYNAPSIS” is oriented to further understand the spin current generation and propagation in new spintronic heterostructures based on antiferromagnets and synthetic antiferromagnets.
Congratulations Luis!

Highlights are online!

The Highlights 2021 of the Magnetic Resonance Laboratory are online!
Take a look of the different publications achieved in 2021 in each of the research lines that are being developed in our group: magnetic thin films, nanoparticles, domain wall motion, spintronics, nanoindentation, multiferroic heterostructures and electron paramagnetic resonance.

More information about the yearly highlights can be found here

Looking for postdoc candidates: Estamos buscando estudiantes motivados que quieran sumarse a una de nuestras líneas de investigación como postdocs
Algunos temas específicos que proponemos abordar dentro de esta línea son los siguientes:
1. CONTROL ELÉCTRICO DE LA DINÁMICA DE LAS PAREDES DE DOMINIO
2. DINÁMICA DE ESPÍN EN NANOESTRUCTURAS MAGNÉTICAS
2. MAGNETISMO ULTRARÁPIDO EN PELÍCULAS DELGADAS
3. DESARROLLO Y ESTUDIO DE MATERIALES PARA APLICACIONES Y/O DISPOSITIVOS BASADOS EN MAGNÓNICA (ONDAS DE ESPÍN)
4. NUEVAS NANOESTRUCTURAS BASADAS EN NANOPARTÍCULAS MULTIFUNCIONALES
5. ESTRUCTURA DE DOMINIOS MAGNÉTICOS EN PELÍCULAS DELGADAS
Estas propuestas se puede explorar desde un enfoque teórico y/o experimental.
Más información en Research proposals.

Seminars, events and updates
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– Link to the previous online seminars
Check out our latest publications here!

Next online seminar
17/05/2022 – 10:00 hs ARG
Jose Angel Fernandez Roldan
Research lines of the Magnetic Resonance Laboratory

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