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Senior Lecturer

Oleg A. Tretiakov

Research Interests: 

My primary scientific interests are in nanomagnetism and spintronics theory. In particular, I focus on topics such as dynamics of skyrmions and other topological spin textures in ferro/antiferromagnets, spintronics with topological insulators, quantum phenomena in low-dimensional spin-orbit systems. In my research I employ both analytical and numerical techniques. The majority of my work either builds on observations made in recent experiments or predicts new phenomena that should be observable in the near future.

Selected Publications: 

  • B. Gobel, A. Mook, J. Henk, I. Mertig, and O. A. Tretiakov, Magnetic bimerons as skyrmion analogues in in-plane magnetsPhys. Rev. B 99, 060407(R) (2019).
  • V. V. Slastikov, C. B. Muratov, J. B. Robbins, and O. A. Tretiakov, Walker Solution for Dzyaloshinskii Domain Wall in Ultrathin Ferromagnetic Films, Phys. Rev. B 99, 100403(R) (2019).
  • C. A. Akosa, O. A. Tretiakov, G. Tatara, and A. Manchon, Theory of the Topological Spin Hall Effect in Antiferromagnetic Skyrmions: Impact on Current-Induced MotionPhys. Rev. Lett. 121, 097204 (2018).
  • O. A. Tretiakov, M. Morini, S. Vasylkevych, V. Slastikov, Engineering curvature-induced anisotropy in thin ferromagnetic films, Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 077203 (2017).
  • K. Litzius, I. Lemesh, B. Kruger, P. Bassirian, L. Caretta, K. Richter, F. Buttner, K. Sato, O. A. Tretiakov, J. Forster, R. M. Reeve, M. Weigand, I. Bykova, H. Stoll, G. Schutz, G. S. D. Beach, and M. Klaui, Skyrmion Hall Effect Revealed by Direct Time-Resolved X-Ray MicroscopyNature Physics, 13, 170 (2017).
  • J. Barker and O. A. Tretiakov, Static and Dynamic Properties of Antiferromagnetic Skyrmions in the Presence of Applied Current and Temperature, Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 147203 (2016).