Dr. rer. nat. Tobias Staudacher


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College / University:
2006 -2009 Julius Maximilians University Würzbug
2009 – 2010 University of Texas at Austin

Highest Degree:

Masters in Physics

Ph. D. exam:
March 2015 at the University of Stuttgart
Title of dissertation:

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy on a nanoscopic sample volume

T. Staudacher, F. Shi, S. Pezzagna, J. Meijer, J. Du, C.A. Meriles, F. Reinhard, and J. Wrachtrup
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy on a (5-Nanometer)(3) Sample Volume
Science 339, 561 (2013)

T. Staudacher, F. Ziem, L. Häussler, R. Stöhr, S. Steinert, F. Reinhard, J. Scharpf, A. Denisenko, and J. Wrachtrup
Enhancing the spin properties of shallow implanted nitrogen vacancy centers in
diamond by epitaxial overgrowth
Applied Physics Letters 101, 212401 (2012)

T. Staudacher and M. Tsoi
Spin-torque-driven ferromagnetic resonance in point contacts
Journal of Applied Physics 109, 07C912 (2011)

T. Staudacher and M. Tsoi
Ferromagnetic resonance driven by spin transfer torque
Thin Solid Films 519, 8260-8262 (2011)

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