Mohammad Tomal Hossain
11/3, Road 12, Kallyanpur, Dhaka
Mohammad Tomal Hossain is currently a graduate student at University of Delaware where he is studying on ultrafast dynamics with antiferromagnetic magnons. Mohammad received his Master of Science in Physics from University of Utah where he worked on high pressure physics and his Bachelor of Science in Physics from University of Dhaka. Mohammad held different positions at Community of Physics over the years including Director of Academics, Director General and Associate Director of Research. Currently he is designated as Editor-in-Chief at the organization.
Mohammad Tomal Hossain is currently working on ultrafast dynamics with antiferromagnetic magnons. Spintronics has gained much attention in recent years for its potential efficient data storage and transfer applications. Magnonic spintronics is the branch of spintronics that studies devices and structures which use spin wave as fundamental means of operation. Magnon is the quasiparticle of spin structure in magnetically ordered materials. Antiferromagnets (AFM)- once perceived as interesting and useless, are magnetically ordered materials in which spin sub-lattices compensate net magnetization by aligning antiparallelly. AFMs are favorable for ultrafast dynamics applications because of their lack of stray magnetic field and intrinsic high frequency of AFM magnons.