Farkhad Aliev was born in 1958 in USSR / Russia. He received the M.S. and Ph.D degrees in physics from M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1981 and 1984 respectively. From 1984 till 1996 he worked as a junior and then senior researcher at M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University. He also spent several years as a visiting professor with at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (1991-1995) and as research scientist at Katholieke University Leuven (1995-1998). From 1999 he works at the Faculty of Science at UAM where he has created a research group MAGNETRANS specialized in microwave dynamic response and noise in magnetic and superconducting nanostructures. During these years, he has been teaching several graduate and postgraduate courses including Thermodynamics and statistical physics, Mathematical methods of Physics III and Spintronics. Together with his PhD students, he created Lab. courses for Master students on ferromagnetic resonance and thermal electronic noise. He has been director of 10 PhD thesis. He is a co-author of more than 150 scientific publications indexed in Web of Science and 4 patents. He has presented more than 50 invited talks at international conferences and co-organized four international Schools and Conferences. Actually, he serves as associated editor for Scientific Reports.
Honors and Awards
- Early stage researcher award, Department of physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Current research interests are related with high frequency magnetization dynamics (spin waves and nonlinear vortex dynamics in superconductors), inorganic, molecular and superconducting spintronics (noise and electron transport), and photoelectric properties of patterned ferromagnetic Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor nanostructures.
1. BOOK: Farkhad Aliev and Juan Pedro Cascales, “Noise in Spintronics: From Understanding to Manipulation” Ed. Pan Stanford / Taylor&Francis Group, (2018). [URL]
2. Microwave-stimulated superconductivity due to presence of vortices, Antonio Lara, Farkhad G. Aliev, Alejandro V. Silhanek & Victor V. Moshchalkov, Scientific Reports 5, 9187, (2015). [URL]
3. Controlling Shot Noise in Double-Barrier Magnetic Tunnel Junctions, J. P. Cascales, D. Herranz, F. G. Aliev, T. Szczepański, V. K. Dugaev, J. Barnaś, A. Duluard, M. Hehn, and C. Tiusan, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 066601, (2012). [URL]
4. Spin excitation frequencies in magnetostatically coupled arrays of vortex state circular Permalloy dots, A. Awad, G. R. Aranda, D. Dieleman, K. Y. Guslienko, G. N. Kakazei, B. A. Ivanov, and F. G. Aliev, Appl. Phys. Lett. 97, 132501, (2010). [URL]
5. Tunneling in Double Barrier Junctions with "Hot Spots", D. Herranz, F. G. Aliev, C. Tiusan, M. Hehn, V. K. Dugaev, and J. Barnaś, Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 047207, (2010). [URL]
6. Spin waves in circular soft magnetic dots at the crossover between vortex and single domain state, Farkhad G. Aliev, Juan F. Sierra, Ahmad A. Awad, Gleb N. Kakazei, Dong-Soo Han, Sang-Koog Kim, Vitali Metlushko, Bojan Ilic, and Konstantin Y. Guslienko, Phys. Rev. B 79, 174433, (2009). [URL]
7. Shot Noise in Magnetic Tunnel Junctions: Evidence for Sequential Tunneling, R. Guerrero, F. G. Aliev, Y. Tserkovnyak, T. S. Santos, and J. S. Moodera, Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 266602, (2006). [URL]
8. Layer-By-Layer Assembly of Core-Shell Magnetite Nanoparticles: Effect of Silica Coating on Interparticle Interactions and Magnetic Properties, F. G. Aliev, M. A. Carrea-Duarte, A. Mamedov, J. W. Ostrander, M. Griesig, L. M. Liz-Marzan, N. A. Kotov, Advanced Materials 11, 1006, (1999). [URL]
9. Gap at the Fermi level in the intermetallic vacancy system RBiSn(R=Ti,Zr,Hf), F. G. Aliev, N. B. Brandt, V. V. Moshchalkov, V. V. Kozyrkov, R. V. Skolozdra, A. I. Belogorokhov, Zeitschrift fur Physik B: Condensed Matter 75, 167, (1989). [URL]
10. Electric and magnetic properties of the Kondo-lattice compound CeCu2Si2, F. G. Aliev, N. B. Brandt, V. V. Moshchalkov, S. M. Chudinov, Journal of Low Temperature Physics, 57, 61, (1984). [URL]