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I am a first year graduate student co-advised by Dr. Seidman and Dr. Amanda Petford-Long at Argonne National Laboratory.  My research will be focussed on [[Magnetic Multilayers]] for data storage technology.
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I am a third year graduate student co-advised by Dr. David Seidman and Dr. Amanda Petford-Long at Argonne National Laboratory.  My research is centered on the correlation between microstructure and transport properties in magnetic tunnel junction structures.  In particular I am interested in understanding the role of annealing on the local chemistry in MgO-based tunnel junctions and its affect on magnetotransport across the barrier. 
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In addition, in collaboration with researchers at Argonne National Laboratory and Seagate Technology I am involved in the investigation of the quasi-static and dynamic behavior of the magnetization in exchange-biased, patterned magnetic structures.
  
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Revision as of 20:10, 17 July 2008

Dan Schreiber
Research: Magnetic Multilayers
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Publications: Publications by Schreiber in our database

Contact

Dan Schreiber
Materials Science and Engineering
2220 North Campus Drive
Evanston, IL 60208
Phone: 847.491.5946
Email:
Fax: 847.467.2269

I am a third year graduate student co-advised by Dr. David Seidman and Dr. Amanda Petford-Long at Argonne National Laboratory. My research is centered on the correlation between microstructure and transport properties in magnetic tunnel junction structures. In particular I am interested in understanding the role of annealing on the local chemistry in MgO-based tunnel junctions and its affect on magnetotransport across the barrier.

In addition, in collaboration with researchers at Argonne National Laboratory and Seagate Technology I am involved in the investigation of the quasi-static and dynamic behavior of the magnetization in exchange-biased, patterned magnetic structures.