Maksim Steblii

Research Fellow

Maksim joined INL within the framework of the RadiSpin project in October 2022. His main task will be obtaining and optimisation of tunnel junction-based nanooscillators for building a hardware neural network.

The main topic of his previous research over the last years was current-induced magnetisation processes (magnetisation reversal, domain wall motion, exchange bias field switching) in structures based on ferro/ferri/antiferromagnetic materials (Pt/Co/MgO, W/CoTb/Ru, Pt/Co/NiO). This work included the samples prepared in a clean room; study of structural, magnetic, and transport properties of the prepared samples; interpretation of the measurement results by means of micromagnetic simulation; analysis of the results and writing of the articles/reports.

Maksim holds a Master’s degree in Physics (2009) and a PhD (2013) from Far Eastern Federal University in Vladivostok, Russia. He currently has 54 peer-reviewed articles, an h-index of 10, and received over 300 citations.

Selected Publications