A. V. Chumak

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Citation Jungfleisch, M. B., et al. "Thickness and power dependence of the spin-pumping effect in Y[subscript 3]Fe[subscript 5]O[subscript 12/Pt heterostructures measured by the inverse spin Hall effect. Article is made available in accordance with the publisher's policy and may be subject to US copyright law. Please refer to the publisher's site for terms(More)
An attractive direction in next-generation information processing is the development of systems employing particles or quasiparticles other than electrons--ideally with low dissipation--as information carriers. One such candidate is the magnon: the quasiparticle associated with the eigen-excitations of magnetic materials known as spin waves. The realization(More)
We experimentally show that exchange magnons can be detected by using a combination of spin pumping and the inverse spin-Hall effect proving its wavelength integrating capability down to the submicrometer scale. The magnons were injected in a ferrite yttrium iron garnet film by parametric pumping and the inverse spin-Hall effect voltage was detected in an(More)
The time reversal of pulsed signals or propagating wave packets has long been recognized to have profound scientific and technological significance. Until now, all experimentally verified time-reversal mechanisms have been reliant upon nonlinear phenomena such as four-wave mixing. In this paper, we report the experimental realization of all-linear time(More)
We predict and experimentally demonstrate that in a medium with externally induced anisotropy, a wave source of a sufficiently small size can excite practically nondiffractive wave beams with stable subwavelength transverse aperture. The direction of beam propagation is controlled by rotating the induced anisotropy axis. Nondiffractive wave beam(More)
When energy is introduced into a region of matter, it heats up and the local temperature increases. This energy spontaneously diffuses away from the heated region. In general, heat should flow from warmer to cooler regions and it is not possible to externally change the direction of heat conduction. Here we show a magnetically controllable heat flow caused(More)
The phenomenon of coherent wave trapping and restoration is demonstrated experimentally in a magnonic crystal. Unlike the conventional scheme used in photonics, the trapping occurs not due to the deceleration of the incident wave when it enters the periodic structure but due to excitation of the quasinormal modes of the artificial crystal. This excitation(More)
Bose-Einstein condensation of quasi-particles such as excitons, polaritons, magnons and photons is a fascinating quantum mechanical phenomenon. Unlike the Bose-Einstein condensation of real particles (like atoms), these processes do not require low temperatures, since the high densities of low-energy quasi-particles needed for the condensate to form can be(More)
We describe a general mechanism of controllable energy exchange between waves propagating in a dynamic artificial crystal. We show that if a spatial periodicity is temporarily imposed on the transmission properties of a wave-carrying medium while a wave is inside, this wave is coupled to a secondary counterpropagating wave and energy oscillates between the(More)
Bose-Einstein condensation in a gas of magnons pumped by an incoherent pumping source is experimentally studied at room temperature. We demonstrate that the condensation can be achieved in a gas of bosons under conditions of incoherent pumping. The critical transition point is shown to be almost independent of the frequency spectrum of the pumping source(More)