Dede Djuhana, Ph.D.

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Dr. Dede Djuhana got his PhD from the Department of Physics of Chungbuk National University, South Korea (2011).

See his personal website: http://djuhana.fisika.ui.ac.id/index.html.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Publications: [See publication in Scopus or Google Scholar]

  1. D. Djuhana, C. Kurniawan, D-H. Kim, Micromagnetic study of domain wall depinning driven by nanosecond current pulse in notched permalloy nanowires, Current Applied Physics 18236-240 (2018).
  2. D. Djuhana, L. Rohman, D. H. Kim, Micromagnetic Calculation of the Dynamic Susceptibility Spectra in LSMO (La0.7Sr0.3MnO₃) Ferromagnetic Nanopillars, Journal of Magnetics 22, 364-368 (2017).
  3. D. Djuhana, B. Soegijono, H.-G. Piao, S.K. Oh, S.-C. Yu, D.-H. Kim, Oscillatory transformative domain wall inner structure of the depinning domain wall around a notched ferromagnetic wire, Journal of the Korean Physical Society 63, 654-658 (2013).
  4. Xiao-Ping Ma, Hong-Guang Piao, Je-Ho Shim, Dede Djuhana, Dong-Hyun Kim, Position-dependent spontaneous motion of the magnetic domain wall in ferromagnetic nanowires, Journal of the Korean Physical Society 62, 288-291 (2013).
  5. Hong-Guang Piao, Je-Ho  Shim, Dede Djuhana, Dong-Hyun Kim, Intrinsic pinning behavior and propagation onset of three-dimensional Bloch-point domain wall in a cylindrical ferromagnetic nanowire, Applied Physics Letters 102, 112405 (2013).
  6. D. Djuhana, H.G. Piao, J.H. Shim, S.H. Lee, S.K. Oh, S.C. Yu, D.H. Kim, Interaction of Antiparallel Transverse Domain Walls in Ferromagnetic Nanowires, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 11, 6237-6240 (2011). 
  7. H.G.Piao, D. Djuhana, J.H. Shim, S.H. Lee, S.C. Yu, S.K. Oh, S.M. Ahn, S.B. Choe, D.H. Kim, Translational Positioning of a Magnetic Domain Wall in Ferromagnetic Nanowires Using a Stray Field Filter, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 11, 6122-6125 (2011). 
  8. H.G. Piao, D. Djuhana, J.H. Shim, S.H. Lee, S.H. Jun, S.K. Oh, S.C. Yu, D.H. Kim, Three-Dimensional Spin Configuration of Ferromagnetic Nanocubes, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 10, 7212-7216 (2010). 
  9. Dede Djuhana, Hong-Guang Piao, Sang-Hyuk Lee, Dong-Hyun Kim, Sung-Min Ahn, and Sug-Bong Choe, Asymmetric ground state spin configuration of transverse domain wall on symmetrically notched ferromagnetic nanowires, Applied Physics Letters 97, 022511 (2010). 
  10. H.-G. Piao, J.-H. Shim, D. Djuhana, S.-H. Lee, S.-H. Jun, C.-M. Heo, S.K. Oh, S.C. Yu, D.H. Kim, Micromagnetic Simulation of Damped Oscillatory Behavior of Domain Wall Propagation in Sinusoidal Ferromagnetic Nanowire, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 46, 224-227 (2010).
  11. D.Djuhana, H.-G. Piao, J.-H. Shim, S.-H. Lee, S.-H. Jun, S.-C. Yu, S.K. Oh, D.-H. Kim, Spontaneous domain wall motion at zero external magnetic field in ferromagnetic nanowire, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 46, 217-219 (2010).
  12. Hong-Guang Piao, Dede Djuhana, Suhk-Kun Oh, Seong-Cho Yu, and Dong-Hyun Kim, Multibits magnetic recording using a ferromagnetic element with shifted vortex core position, Applied Physics Letters 94, 052501 (2009).
  13. D. Djuhana, H.-G. Piao, S.-C. Yu, S.K. Oh, D.-H. Kim, Magnetic domain wall collision around the Walker breakdown in ferromagnetic nanowires, Journal of Applied Physics 106, 103926 (2009).
  14. H.-G.Piao, J.-H. Shim, S.-H. Lee, D. Djuhana, S.-K. Oh, S.-C. Yu, D.-H. Kim, Domain wall propagation in wavy ferromagnetic nanowire, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 45, 3926-3929 (2009).
  15. D.Djuhana, H.-G. Piao, S.H. Lee, S.-H. Jun, J.-H. Shim, D.-H. Kim, Suppression of magnetization ringing after domain wall collision studied by micromagnetic simulation, Journal of Magnetics 13, 120-123 (2008).

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