Herbert Weitensfelder has been a Ph.D. visiting student from Austria in Sensing, Magnetism, and Microsystems group under the supervision of Prof. Jurgen Kosel. 

His research interested was focused on ​experimental physics, magnetic sensors. and spintronics.

Selected Publications:

​Comparison of Sensitivity and Low-Frequency Noise Contributions in Giant-Magnetoresistive and Tunneling-Magnetoresistive Spin-Valve Sensors with a Vortex-State Free Layer, Herbert Weitensfelder, Hubert Brueckl, Armin Satz, Klemens Pruegl, Juergen Zimmer, Sebastian Luber, Wolfgang Raberg, Claas Abert, Florian Bruckner, Anton Bachleitner-Hofmann, Roman Windl, and Dieter Suess, Physical Review Applied 10, 054056, November 2018 
Temperature Dependence of Noise in Giant- and Tunneling Magnetoresistive Vortex Sensors, Herbert Weitensfelder, Hubert Brueckl, Armin Satz and Dieter Suess, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, March 2019
Noise Characterization of Vortex-State GMR Sensors with Different Free Layer Thicknesses,Herbert Weitensfelder, Hubert Brueckl, Armin Satz and Dieter Suess, MDPI Proceedings 2(13), December 2018​

Education Profile

  • ​PhD Physics, University of Vienna, Austria, 2016–present.
  • MSc Experimental physics, Karl-Franzens University Graz, Austria, 2015.
  • BSc Physics, Karl-Franzens University Graz, Austria 2012.