Yumi Ijiri Coauthored Article Published
June 6, 2023
Francis D Federighi Professor in Natural Sciences and Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri has coauthored an article with Oberlin graduate Alex Yu ’23 in the Journal of Alloys and Compounds, titled "Structural and magnetic properties of magnetostrictive Fe-Ga-Zr nanocrystalline alloy." The work was done in collaboration with researchers at Case Western Reserve University and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Yumi Ijiri and Students Participate in Conference
July 30, 2020
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri and her summer research students, Emily Everhart '22 and Aidan Khelil '22, recently participated in the virtual American Conference on Neutron Scattering, contributing a presentation titled, "Probing intraparticle and interparticle magnetic structures in chemically homogeneous manganese ferrite nanoparticle assemblies."
Yumi Ijiri Attends American Physical Society Leadership Meeting
February 5, 2020
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri attended the American Physical Society Leadership meeting and Congressional Visit Day in Washington, D.C. on January 29-February 1. She was invited in her role as secretary/treasurer for the topical group on magnetism and was a member of the Ohio/New Jersey group advocating for issues in science.
Yumi Ijiri Profiled in Magazine
October 8, 2019
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri was profiled in the fall 2019 issue of the Association for Women in Science magazine.
Yumi Ijiri Publishes Article
March 21, 2019
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri recently published an article in Physical Review B titled "Correlated spin canting in ordered core-shell Fe3O4/MnxFe3-xO4 nanoparticle assemblies." The paper was co-authored with Oberlin students Ian Hunt-Isaak '17, Hillary Pan '17, and Jane Hsieh '20 and with other scientists at Carnegie Mellon University and the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Yumi Ijiri Interviewed
February 19, 2019
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri was interviewed for a recent article in the Los Angeles Times, where Ijiri discussed the effects of the government shutdown on science, specifically at the NIST Center for Neutron Research.
Yumi Ijiri Co-Authors Paper
January 24, 2019
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri co-authored a paper titled "Spin waves across three-dimensional, close-packed nanoparticles" in the New Journal of Physics.
Yumi Ijiri Presents and Chairs Session
August 23, 2018
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri gave two presentations on manganese ferrite nanoparticles and chaired a session at the International Conference on Magnetism, held in San Francisco, CA from July 15-20. Oberlin students Jane Hsieh '20, Ian Hunt-Isaak '17, and Hillary Pan '17 were co-authors on the presentations, along with scientists from Carnegie Mellon University, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology.
Yumi Ijiri Coauthors Article
March 30, 2018
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri coauthored an article, "Spin canting across core/shell Fe3O4/MnxFe3-xO4 nanoparticles," published in the journal Scientific Reports. Ian Hunt-Isaak ’17 and Hillary Pan ’17, are coauthors, and the work was completed in collaboration with scientists at Carnegie Mellon University, Daresbury Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, University of Manitoba, and University of York.
Yumi Ijiri Awarded National Science Foundation Grant
December 12, 2016
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri was awarded a three-year, $225,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to support her project entitled "RUI: Magnetic Morphologies and Excitations in Ferrite Nanoparticle Assemblies." The grant will fund research into unusual magnetic arrangements that form in very small magnets. Professor Ijiri and her students will make use of equipment at Oberlin and travel to the NIST Center for Neutron Research in Gaithersburg, MD to perform experiments. The work will is in collaboration with scientists at Cambrian Technologies, Carnegie Mellon University, Case Western Reserve University, and NIST.
Yumi Ijiri Publishes Article in Physical Review B
December 15, 2014
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri recently published the article "Particle moment canting in CoFe2O4 Nanoparticles." The article appears in the journal Physical Review B (condensed matter and materials physics) as a Rapid Communication. Kathryn Hasz '14, now a graduate student at University of Pennsylvania, is the lead author, and the work was done in collaboration with scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology and Carnegie Mellon University.
Yumi Ijiri Co-Authors Article
November 11, 2014
Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri recently co-authored an article, entitled "Origin of Surface Canting within Fe3O4 Nanoparticles." The article is published in the journal Physical Review Letters and has been selected as an Editors' Suggestion for that issue. Kathryn Hasz '14, currently a graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania, is also a co-author, and the work was done in collaboration with scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Carnegie Mellon University, and the Department of Energy.
May 8, 2020