Dr. Kai Wagner



Department of Physics
University of Basel
Klingelbergstrasse 82
4056 Basel, Switzerland


since 2019:PostDoc, University Basel (Switzerland)
2018-2019:PostDoc, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf (Gemany), Magnonics group. Topic: spin-wave generation and transport
2014-2018:PhD in physics, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf (Gemany), Magnonics group. Topic: spin-wave generation and transport
2010-2013:M.Sc. in physics, University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany). Topic: ferromagnetic resonance on periodic modulated magnetic media (magnonic crystals)
2007-2010:B.Sc. in physics at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany). Topic: epitaxial growth of Iron thin films and ferromagnetic resonance analysis

Key publications

Excitation of Whispering Gallery Magnons in a Magnetic Vortex
K. Schultheiss, R. Verba, F. Wehrmann, K. Wagner, L. Körber, T. Hula, T. Hache, A. Kákay, A. A. Awad, V. Tiberkevich, A. N. Slavin, J. Fassbender, and H. Schultheiss
Phys. Rev. Lett. 122, 097202 (2019)

Injection locking of multiple auto-oscillation modes in a tapered nanowire spin Hall oscillator
K. Wagner, A.Smith, T. Hache, J.-R. Chen, L. Yang, E. Montoya, K. Schultheiss, J. Lindner, J. Fassbender, I. Krivorotov & H. Schultheiss
Scientific Reports 8, 16040 (2018)

Spin-Wave Reciprocity in the Presence of Néel Walls
L. Körber, Kai Wagner, A. Kákay, H. Schultheiss
IEEE Magnetics Letters 8, 1–4 (2017)

Continuous wave approach for simulating Ferromagnetic Resonance in nanosized elements
K. Wagner, S. Stienen, M. Farle
arXiv:1611.06153 (2016)

Parameter-free determination of the exchange constant in thin films using magnonic patterning
M. Langer, K. Wagner, T. Sebastian, R. E. Arias, J. Fassbender, Hübner, J. Grenzer, Y. Wang, T. Kubota, T. Schneider, S. Stienen, K. Lenz, H. Schultheiss, J. Lindner, K. Takanashi, R. E. Arias, and J. Fassbender
Applied Physics Letters 108, 102402 (2016)

Magnetic domain walls as reconfigurable spin-wave nanochannels
K. Wagner, A. Kákay, K. Schultheiss, A. Henschke, T. Sebastian, H. Schultheiss
Nature Nanotechnology 11, 432–436 (2016)