Tim Böhnert

Research Fellow
Spintronics

Tim graduated in Physics with Diploma (2009) and PhD (2014) degrees at the University of Hamburg. His research focuses on transport in magnetic nanostructures. The emphasis during the PhD was on the magneto thermopower of electrochemically deposited nanowires, displaying anisotropic magnetotransport and giant magnetotransport effects. Always studying the electric and thermoelectric properties.
In July 2014, Tim joined the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL). His research is focused on the measurement of the spin-caloritronic properties of magnetic tunnel junction. This lead to better understanding of temperature measurement in such nanostructures and thermal properties of the tunnel barrier – both published recently.

Selected Publications