On 9th April 2022, Ryota Yambe (D1), Department of Applied Physics, received The 77th Annual Meeting (2022) Student Presentation Award of the Physical Society of Japan.
The 77th Annual Meeting (2022) Student Presentation Award of the Physical Society of Japan
Recognize graduate and undergraduate students who have delivered outstanding presentations at a JPS meeting.
About awarded research
"Emergence of antiferro- and ferri-chiral skyrmion crystals in itinerant magnets on the honeycomb lattice"
We theoretically studied the stability of a skyrmion crystal with topologically nontrivial magnetic structure in itinerant magnets on the honeycomb lattice. As a result, we revealed that four types of new skyrmion crystals are stabilized by the synergy of charge, spin, and sublattice degrees of freedom. Our results will stimulate further exploration of the skyrmion crystals in itinerant magnets with the sublattice degree of freedom.
Your impression & future plan
I am very honored to receive this award. I thank Dr. Satoru Hayami for his supervision. I will continue to develop my research on magnetism.