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Users Week 2008
May 4-8, 2008

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Yi Ji

Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Delaware
Sharp Lab 232
Newark, DE 19716

Ph: 302.831.1285
Fx: 302.831.1637

Yi Ji

Current Position

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Delaware, Sept. 2006 - present


  • CNM distinguished postdoctoral fellow, Argonne National Laboratory, 2003 - 2006
  • Ph.D. in Physics, 2003, the Johns Hopkins University
  • B.S. in Physics, 1997, Peking University

Relevant Activities

  • Member of CNM proposal evaluation board, Aug. 2007-present
  • General User of CNM, July 2003 - present
  • CNM distinguished postdoctoral fellow, July 2003 - Aug. 2006

Research Interests

  • Spintronic materials
  • Spin-dependent electron transport in nanoscale systems
  • Prototype spintronic devices
  • Spin transfer torque effects
  • Non-local spin injection


  • My primary goal is to promote communications between university users and the CNM team. This will help to attract a broader spectrum of users with diverse scientific backgrounds and objectives. University researchers in nanoscience desire the access to the state of art facilities available at the CNM. However the physical distance may hinder them from further pursuing this opportunity. As a university researcher supported by the DOE EPSCoR program, I would like to work with the CNM team and the user community on related issues in order to enhance efficient collaborations between university users and the CNM scientific staff.





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