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Dr. QIU Jinjun

Scientist II

Staff

Electronic Materials (ELE) Department

63194793

Qiu_Jinjun@imre.a-star.edu.sg

2 Fusionopolis Way, Innovis, #08-03, Singapore 138634


Research Details


GMR, MTJ, STO, SOT based film structure design and fabrication

Physics, material science and engineering

Materials analysis and characterization

Thin film growth: PVD (Sputter), CVD, MBE

Magnetic/surface/crystalline structure characterization (VSM, CIPT, SQUID, AFM, XRD, et al)

lithography and manipulation (SVG Track and cannon Ex5)

SOT-MRAM

June 2018 - Current: Scientist, Institute of Materials Research & Engineering Singapore

April 2002 - May 2018: Scientist, Data Storage Institute Singapore

June 2000 - March 2002: post-doctoral fellow, Data Storage Institute Singapore

 

PhD., Solid State Electronics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China.

M. Sci., Nuclear Physics, Wuhan University, China 

B. Sci., Applied Physics, Wuhan University, China

  1. Yi Liu, Jinjun Qiu, et al. “Strong Perpendicular Magnetic Anisotropy in [Co/Pt]n Ultrathin Superlattices” Applied Physics Express 10. 2017

  2. Jinjun Qiu, Z.L. Meng, et al. “Effect of roughness on Perpendicular magnetic anisotropy in (Co90Fe10/Pt)n superlattices” AIP Advances 6, 056123 (2016)

  3. Z.L. Meng, Jinjun Qiu, et al. “Current induced domain wall motion in antiferromagnetically coupled (Co70Fe30/Pd) multilayer nanowiresAppl. Phys. Lett. 109, 142403 (2016)

  4. Z.L. Meng, Jinjun Qiu, et al. “Enhanced interlayer exchange coupling caused by Pd layer insertion and annealing temperature in antiferromagnetically coupled ultrathin (Co70Fe30/Pd) multilayersJ. Appl. Phys. 118, 243903 (2015)

  5. Jinjun Qiu, Z.L. Meng, et al. “Perpendicular magnetic anisotropy in magnetron sputtered fcc(111) (Co90Fe10/Pt)n superlatticesIEEE Magn. Lett., 6, 6800204(2015)

  6. Y.P. Wang, Jinjun Qiu, et al. “Perpendicular Magnetic Anisotropy in Fe2Cr1-xCoxSi Heusler Alloy. J. Phys. D: 47 495002 (2014)

  7. B. L. Wu, Jinjun Qiu, et al. “Suppression of superconductivity in Nb by IrMn in IrMn/Nb bilayersJ. Appl. Phys. 103, 152602 (2013)

  8. V. Ko, Jinjun Qiu, et al. “Half-metallic Fe2CrSi and non-magnetic Cu2CrAl Heusler alloys for CPP GMR: first principle and experimental study”. J. Appl. Phys. 109, 07B103 (2011)

  9. Jinjun Qiu,  V. Ko, et al. “The influence of oxygen on structure and magnetic properties of full Heusler Co2MnAl films and magnetic tunnel junctionsJ. Appl. Phys. 105, 07C932 2009

  10. K.B. Li, J.J. Qiu, et al, “Structural and magnetoresistive properties of half metallic Co2Mn1-xSi thin films”, J. Magn. Magn Matt. 303 (2006) e196

  11. J.J. Qiu, K.B. Li, et al, “Synthetic Co50Pt50/Ru/CoFe hard–soft trilayer in spin valves”, J. Magn. Magn Matt. 303 (2006) e176–e179

  12. J.J. Qiu, K.B. Li,  et al, Spin valves with synthetic exchange bias Co70Ni10Pt20/Ru/CoFe”, J. Appl. Phys 99, 094304 (2006)

  13. J.J. Qiu, G.C. Han,  et al, The influence of nano-oxide layer on magnetostriction of sensing layer in bottom spin valves”, J. Appl. Phys 99, 08R501 (2006)

  14. J.J. Qiu, P. Luo, et al, “Optimization of nano-oxide Layer in CIP spin valves”, IEEE Trans. on. Magn. 40(4) 2260(2004)

 


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