Expertise: Design and fabrication of core/shell nanoparticles and multifunctional nanostructure, Nanomagnetism, Electron Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Hyperthermia.
Elin Lilian Winkler obtained her Ph.D. in Physics in 2000, from the Balseiro Institute, Universidad de Cuyo (UNCuyo), Argentina. During 2001-2002 she was postdoctoral fellow in the Group of Prof. John B. Goodenough at the Texas Materials Institute, University of Texas at Austin, USA. She made a second post-doc at the Magnetic Resonance Laboratory at the Centro Atómico Bariloche, in 2003-2004, under the supervision of Prof. Roberto Zysler. Since 2005 she is Staff Researcher of the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET) and also Researcher of the Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica (CNEA) since 2016. She is Chief Teaching Assistant at the Balseiro Institute (UNCuyo), and currently is the coordinator of the Academic Committee of the Master of Physical Sciences of this Intitution. Her area of expertise includes the design and fabrication of core/shell nanoparticles and multifunctional nanostructure, Nanomagnetism, Electron Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Hyperthermia. She is co-authored of more than 70 papers, and was the supervisor of 2 PhD in Physics (one in progress), 1 PhD in Engineering, one Master in Physics and one Master in Medical Physics.
1. Tunnel Magnetoresistance in Self-Assemblies of Exchange Coupled Core/Shell Nanoparticles Fernando Fabris, Enio Lima Jr., Cynthia Quinteros, Lucas Neñer, Mara Granada, Martín Sirena, Roberto D. Zysler, Horacio E. Troiani, Vítor Leborán, Francisco Rivadulla, and Elin L. Winkler. Physical Review Applied 11, 054089 (2019)
2. Controlling the dominant magnetic relaxation mechanisms for magnetic hyperthermia in bimagnetic core–shell nanoparticles Fernando Fabris, Enio Lima, Jr., Emilio De Biasi, Horacio E. Troiani, Marcelo Vásquez Mansilla, Teobaldo E. Torres, Rodrigo Fernández Pacheco, M. Ricardo Ibarra, Gerardo F. Goya, Roberto D. Zysler and Elin L. Winkler Nanoscale 11, 3164 (2019)
3. Tuning coercivity and exchange bias by controlling the interface coupling in bimagnetic core/shell nanoparticles. Gabriel C. Lavorato, Enio Lima Jr., Horacio E. Troiani, Roberto D. Zysler and Elin L. Winkler. Nanoscale 9(29), 10240-10247 (2017)
4. Bimagnetic CoO core/CoFe2O4 shell nanoparticles: Synthesis and magnetic properties Enio Lima Jr., Elin L. Winkler, Dina Tobia , Horacio E. Troiani, Roberto D. Zysler, Elisabetta Agostinelli, and Dino Fiorani. Chemistry of Materials 24, 512−516 (2012)
5. Size dependent passivation shell and magnetic properties in antiferromagnetic/ferrimagnetic core/shell MnO nanoparticles A. López-Ortega, D. Tobia, E. Winkler, I. V. Golosovsky, G. Salazar-Alvarez, S. Estradé, M. Estrader, J. Sort, M. A. González, S. Suriñach, J. Arbiol, F. Peiró, R. D. Zysler, M. D. Baró, and J. Nogués. Journal of the American Chemical Society 132, 9398–9407 (2010)
6. Surface anisotropy effects in NiO nanoparticles E. Winkler, R.D. Zysler, M. Vasquez Mansilla, D. Fiorani. Phys. Rev. B. 72,1324091-4 (2005)