Dr. Jia Li

Assistant Professor

 

Contact Info

Office:Physics Building W573, 物理楼西573

Tel:010-62760115

Email:jiali83@pku.edu.cn

Personal Homepage:

 

Education

Degree

Year

Major    

Institution

Ph.D.

2005-2010

Condensed Matter Physics

Fudan University

B.S.

2001-2005

Material Science

Fudan University

 

Professional Appointments

Year

Position

Institution

2010-2015

Postdoctoral Fellow

UC Berkeley

 

Research Interests

Magnetic properties of magnetic thin films and magnetic nanostructure. The prior topics include:

1. Artificial magnetic structure and the topological manipulation of nanomagnet. The fabrications of nanomagnet and the transportation properties are the main subjects.

2. Spin frustration in magnetic oxide superlattice.

3. Ultrafast magnetic properties of 3d transition metal.

4. Spin pumping and spintronics at microwave frequency.

 

Honors and Awards

2016                   1000 Plan Program for Young Talents

 

Selected Publications

1.     J. Li, A. Tan, S. Ma, R. F. Yang, E. Arenholz, C. Hwang, and Z. Q. Qiu, “Chirality switching and winding/unwinding of the antiferromagnetic NiO domain walls in Fe/NiO/Fe/CoO/Ag(001)”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 147207 (2014).

2.     J. Li, A. Tan, K. W. Moon, A. Doran, M. A. Marcus, A. T. Young, E. Arenholz, S. Ma, R. F. Yang, C. Hwang, and Z. Q. Qiu, “Tailoring the topology of an artificial magnetic skyrmion”, Nature Communications 5, 4704 (2014).

3.     J. Li, A. Tan, K. W. Moon, A. Doran, M. A. Marcus, A. T. Young, E. Arenholz, S. Ma, R. F. Yang, C. Hwang, and Z. Q. Qiu, “Stabilizing a magnetic vortex/antivortex array in single crystalline Fe/Ag(001) microstructures”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 104, 262409 (2014).

4.     J. Li, A. Tan, K. W. Moon, A. Doran, M. A. Marcus, A. T. Young, E. Arenholz, S. Ma, R. F. Yang, C. Hwang, and Z. Q. Qiu, “Imprinting antivortex states from ferromagnetic Fe into antiferromagnetic NiO in epitaxial NiO/Fe/Ag(001) microstructures”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 104, 112407 (2014).

5.     J. Li, M. Przybylski, F. Yildiz, X. D. Ma, and Y. Z. Wu, “Oscillatory Magnetic Anisotropy Originating from Quantum Well States in Fe Films”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 207206 (2009).

 

Opening Positions

1.     One or two Ph.D. students each year.

2.     One postdoc position open.