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prof. UAM dr hab. Anna Dyrdał
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Room No.: J207
phone: +48 61 8 295 288
e-mail: adyrdal()amu.edu.pl

Anna Dyrdał
About
Area of interests
- spin-orbit driven phenomena
  (anomalous and spin Hall effect, spin Nernst effect, current-induced spin polarization, etc.)
- electron and spin transport in semiconductor heterostructures, graphene and other graphene-like materials
- analytical methods of quantum field theory in the physics of solid state

Projects
- Theoretical study of the magnetoresistance phenomena in 2D structures with strong spin-orbit interactions
   Project 'Sonata 14' financed by the National Science Centre (Poland) in years 2019-2022
- Nonequilibrium spin polarization induced by spin-orbit interaction
  Project 'Iuventus Plus' financed by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education in years 2015-2017
- Charge and spin transport in two-dimensional systems with spin-orbit interaction
  Project 'Preludium' financed by the National Science Centre (Poland) in years 2012-2014
Awards

Recent publications

  1. K. Boboshko, A. Dyrdał
    Bilinear magnetoresistance and planar Hall effect in topological insulators: Interplay of scattering on spin-orbital impurities and nonequilibrium spin polarization
    Phys. Rev. B 109, 155420 (2024)
  2. A. Zarezad, J. Barnaś, A. Qaiumzadeh, A. Dyrdał
    Bilinear Planar Hall Effect in Topological Insulators Due to Spin-Momentum Locking Inhomogeneity
    Phys. Stat. Sol. RRL 2200483, (2024)
  3. P. Pigoń, A. Dyrdał
    Electronic and topological properties of a topological insulator sandwiched between ferromagnetic insulators
    J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 593, 171795 (2024)

Books and reviews

  1. J. Barnaś, P. Baláž, A. Dyrdał, V. K. Dugaev
    Electrical and thermal control of magnetic moments
    in Symmetry, Spin Dynamics and the Properties of Nanostructures
    edited by Vitalii Dugaev, Andrzej Wal, Józef Barnaś
    published by World Scientific (2016)
  2. J. Barnaś, A. Dyrdał, V. K. Dugaev, M. Inglot
    Thermal spin polarization in bidimensional systems
    in Magnetic Nano- and Microwires. Design, Synthesis, Properties and Applications.
    edited by Manuel Vazquez
    published by Woodhead Publishing, Elsevier (2015)