Welcome to Jian-Ping Wang Group

Led by Prof. Jian-Ping Wang, the Nanospin research group works in an exciting research area of nanomagnetism and quantum spintronics with a focus on searching, investigating and fabricating novel nano magnetic materials and quantum spintronic devices for future information technologies (spintronic computing and storage) and emerging nano biomedical technologies (personalized magnetic medical devices and magnetic hyperthermia for drug delivery and therapy).


Welcome to join us! Ph. D students, Post-docs, Undergraduate students, Visiting scholars. Please contact Prof. Wang.

Recent News

July 12, 2018

Congratulations to Yang Lv, who has successfully defended his PhD thesis on July 12. His dissertation topic is Spintronic Device Physics and Device Applications for Novel and Future Electronic Information Processing and Storage. 

Our best wishes to Dr. Lv as he continues his research as a Post-doc in our group!

June 8, 2018

Diqing Su receives the CEMS TA award in Spring 2018 semester for teaching the course MATS 3851W:  Materials Properties Lab (Instructor: David Flannigan). Congratulations Diqing!

June 4, 2018

Congratulations to Dr. Quarterman and coauthors, their paper titiled "Demonstration of Ru as the 4th ferromagnetic element at room temperature" is chosen by Yu Gong to be featured in Nature Communications Editors' Highlights Webpage.

The webpage can be accessed at https://www.nature.com/collections/ed-highlights-cond-matt-physics.

May 29, 2018

Congratulations to Md Mehedi, who has successfully defended his PhD thesis on May 29. His dissertation topic is Engineering Iron Nitride, α″-Fe16N2, for Next Generation Permanent Magnets. 

Our best wishes to Dr. Mehedi as he joins Carpenter Technology Corporation!

Graduation of Dr. Mehedi

May 25, 2018

A new experimental discovery, led by researchers at the University of Minnesota, demonstrates that the chemical element ruthenium (Ru) is the fourth single element to have unique magnetic properties at room temperature. The discovery could be used to improve sensors, devices in the computer memory and logic industry, or other devices using magnetic materials.