Bozhko Research Group

Welcome to Microwave Magnonics Group!

We are an experimental physics group dedicated to studying magnonics, focusing on fundamental research and practical applications.

Magnonics is a multidisciplinary field of research that focuses on the study and manipulation of magnons, which are quanta of collective excitations of magnetic materials – spin waves. This emerging field combines principles from various branches of physics, materials science, and engineering, including magnetism, spintronics, and optics. The primary goal of magnonics research is to understand the fundamental properties of magnons and harness their unique characteristics for practical applications.

Students and postdoc positions in the group

Prospective postdoctoral researchers who want to join the group are encouraged to apply for funding from NSF (U.S. nationals and residents), Humboldt (German nationals and those who qualify), or other fellowship programs.

Prospective graduate students are encouraged to apply for the NSF Graduate Fellowship Program.
A limited amount of funded positions is available through the ongoing grants. A range of Graduate School and Department-funded scholarships are also available.

Prospective undergraduate students are welcome to participate in the ongoing research and outreach work. Limited funding is available through ongoing grants. Also, consider applying for funding from the UCCS Undergraduate Research Academy.

Don’t hesitate to contact Prof. Bozhko if you are interested in any of the listed above positions.

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