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I was appointed as Seagate Lecturer in Computational Magnetism in the Department of Physics at the University of York in 2015. This followed four postdoctoral appointments at the University of York following my PhD in Computational Physics (York, 2008).
MPhys project coordinator (2017-present)
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My research is focused on atomistic modelling of magnetic materials and spintronic devices. I am particularly interested in understanding the fundamental magnetic properties of devices for practical applications such as magnetic hyperthermia, magnetoresisitive random access memory (MRAM), heat assisted magnetic recording (HAMR), exchange bias and permanent magnets. We also develop VAMPIRE, a free and open source software package for performing atomistic spin dynamics simulations.
Dr Roberto Moreno Ortega - Atomistic simulations of magnetite nanoparticles