My research endeavours in the world of NanoMagnetism and Spintronics

My name is Reinoud Lavrijsen and I am an Associate Professor since September 2020 at the Applied Physics department of Eindhoven University of Technology in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

I am passionate about research and teaching a new generation of engineers and scientists. I am an experimental physicist by training and believe that in-depth knowledge cannot go without hands-on experience to unravel the wonders of nature. I specialise in nano-magnetism and spintronics; i.e. magnetism and spin-transport at the scale of a few atoms and up. This knowledge is used for future memory, logic and data storage, nano-medicine (e.g. for cancer treatment), and insanely sensitive sensors!

On this website I will update my endeavours, post latest results, share experiences in teaching and research, all with the aim to entertain, enrich and inform, read more in this BLOG. Please do not hesitate to contact me for further information, resources, …or just for the fun of it.

Academic Background

Reinoud Lavrijsen obtained his MSc and PhD Applied Physics from TU/e. He has worked as a post-doctoral research associate at the Cavendish Laboratory (Physics Department of the University of Cambridge) in the Thin Film Magnetism group, followed by an appointment as Research fellow with a personal Rubicon fellowship from NWO (Dutch Organization for Scientific Research). This was followed by a position as research fellow at TU/e with a personal VENI fellowship from NWO, an Assistant Prof. and since September 2020 as an Associate Prof. affiliation.

Reinoud has (co-)authored over 60 publications and has been invited to speak at and organise sessions at major international conferences.

Reinoud Lavrijsen

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