Felix received his Ph.D. from the Technical University of Denmark and has a background in nanoscience (B.Sc. and M.Sc.) from the University of Copenhagen. His current research is focused on fabrication and characterization of metallic oxide heterointerface devices for the study of the spin Hall effect in two-dimensional electronic systems. In particular, his work concerns the LaAlO3/SrTiO3 heterointerface two-dimensional metal. Patterned devices of this two-dimensional electronic system will provide more information of the Rashba spin-orbit coupling at complex oxide interfaces and the nature of correlated electronic systems.
Felix moved to CNRS/Thales as a postdoctoral researcher in November 2016. After being funding for two years by a Villum Foundation individual postdoctoral fellowship SPINOX he now works within our collaboration with Intel.
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Research gate profile – researchgate.net/profile/Felix_Trier