Our research group studies the interplay of electronic, magnetic, and structural properties in tailored complex material systems tuned by composition, doping, and epitaxial strain. Understanding these complex interactions will result in the next generation of magnetic and electronic materials.
The proposed research is highly multidisciplinary and sits at the interface of scientific interest and technological applications, making each research project capable of funding for both basic research (NSF, DOE) and directed applications (DOD, industrial partnerships).
Hauser group gratefully acknowledges funding support from the Army Research office, supporting collaboration with the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center. Learn more about Edgewood.
Congratulations to AJ Bishop for accepting a graduate fellowship in Physics at Ohio State University!
We are currently seeking motivated graduate students. If interested, please see our Prospective Members page.
"Detection of an explosive simulant via electrical impedance spectroscopy utilizing the UiO-66-NH2 metal–organic framework." Dalton Transactions (2016) [link]
"Small polaron-related recombination in BaxSr1− xTiO3 thin films by cathodoluminescence spectroscopy." Applied Physics Letters 108 (10), 102901 (2016). [link]
“Frequency-dependent impedance fingerprinting for selective airborne sensing,” Defense Threat Reduction Agency Zero Project Scoping Study, Annapolis Junction, MD, 2018
“Sputter Beam Epitaxy for atomic ordering in complex epitaxial thin films,” 64th AVS International Symposium & Exhibition, Tampa, FL, 2017
"Precision Timing Research and Graduate Programs at the University of Alabama,” 2018 Precise Time and Time Interval Meeting, Reston, VA.
“Probing the magnetic structure of Co2FexMn1−xSi thin films,” 2017 American Physical Society March Meeting, New Orleans, LA