Condensed Matter Physics - Experimental
Biomedical-Physical Sciences Bldg.
567 Wilson Rd., Room B104
B148 Biomedical-Physical Sciences Bldg.
Spin Triplet Supercurrent in Co/Ni Multilayer Josephson Junctions with Perpendicular Anisotropy; (E. C. Gingrich, P. Quarterman, Y. Wang, R. Loloee, W. P. Pratt Jr, and N. O. Birge), Phys. Rev. B. 86, 224506 (2012).
Spin flipping at sputtered Co/Ag interfaces, (Nguyen, H. Y. T.; Loloee, R.; Pratt, W. P., Jr.; and Bass, J.), Phys. Rev. B., 86, 6, (2012).
Synthesis, Structure, and Characterization of [FeIIILCl3] (L=1, 4, 8-Triazacycloundecane, 1, 4, 7- Triazacyclononane), (Banerjee, Atanu; Panda, Manashi; Tolla, Azam S.; Banerjee, Tanu; Li, Jia; Brennesse, William W.; Loloee, Reza; and Chavez, Ferman A.), ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANORGANISCHE UND ALLGEMEINE CHEMIE Volume: 638 Issue: 10 Pages: 1473, (2012).
Epitaxial Ni3FeN thin films: A candidate for spintronic devices and magnetic sensors; (Loloee, Reza), J. Appl. Phys., 112, 023902, (2012).
Professional Activities & Interests / Biographical Information
Dr. Loloee is a Materials science specialist who is in charge of common facilities in the CMP group. He trains, supervises and helps students and post-docs while he conducts research and collaborates with faculty members.
Some of his research interests and expertise are:
- Growth and characterization of polycrystalline and epitaxial thin films (Normal Metals, Magnetic Materials, Semimetals, and Insulators).
- Crystallographic characterization of thin films and multilayers using Transmission and Scanning Electron Microscopy
- Design and characterization of optical oxygen sensors (in liquid media “Dissolved Oxygen (DO)” and in gaseous media)
- Design and characterization of SiC Hydrogen gas sensors for high temperature and harsh environments.
- Scientific instrumentation design including ultra-high vacuum systems; thermal evaporation; low temperature measurement apparatus.