Welcome to the Nanomagnetism Research Group's web page.
We are part of the Condensed Matter Physics Group of the
Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manitoba.
Quantum magnetism is the overarching theme of our research programs. They exist at the exciting
convergence of materials physics and chemistry. We use cutting edge experimental techniques to make,
identify and understand the quantum interactions and their relationships in nanoscaled systems
(e.g. nanoparticle and thin films) and magnetic materials with similar constrained geometries (e.g. molecular magnets).
Research programs involve active collaborations with world-class experts in chemistry and engineering.
We also pursue actively research enabling applications of nanomagnetic and nanoscale systems; drug delivery,
hyperthermia, new catalytic materials and power applications are examples.
You can find out what we do here: