Associate Professor
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Pallavi Dhagat holds a doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis. Following 4 years as a research engineer at Seagate Technology, Minneapolis, she joined Oregon State University. Currently, she heads the Applied Magnetics Laboratory and holds a faculty position in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) and theĀ Materials Science Graduate Program.

Associate Professor
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Albrecht Jander holds a doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering. His research has focused on magnetics and spintronics. He previously held a position with NVE Corp., where he worked on novel magnetic devices.

Post-doctoral Researcher

Ivan Lisenkov holds a B.S. degree in Applied Physics and Mathematics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia and a Ph.D. degree in Radiophysics from the Russian Academy of Sciences. His work is aimed at the theory of nonlinear spin-wave dynamics and magnetoelastic interactions and, also, the design of new magnonic and spintronic signal processing devices. Besides working on spin-wave theory Ivan enjoys being with his family, downhill skiing, and photography.

Development Engineer

Chris installs, maintains and repairs laboratory and shared user equipment in the College of Engineering. He is a key member of the Applied Magnetics group, and works with the students to design and implement custom magnetic characterization systems.

Ph.D. Student

Khalid obtained his B.S. degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. He joined the Applied Magnetics Laboratory as a doctoral student in Fall 2015 and is now working on developing characterization techniques for magnetostriction.

Ph.D. Student

Nabila holds an M.S. degree from Tuskegee University, USA and a B.S. degree from the Military Institute of Science and Technology, Bangladesh. She has experience in thin film deposition and characterization. For her doctoral studies, she will be developing cleanroom processing techniques for a variety of magnetic thin films.

Ph.D. Student

Partha Sarathi Paul completed his B.S. degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 2014 from the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. He is now pursuing a Ph.D. degree at Oregon State University. His research project involves the design and implementation of novel characterization techniques for magnetic nanoparticles. In his spare time, Partha enjoys reading books.

M.S. Student

Manish completed his Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from Visvesvaraya Technological University, India. He joined the Applied Magnetics Laboratory as a graduate student in Fall 2017. He will be working on fabrication and characterization of magnetic materials and devices for ongoing projects.

M.S. Student

Phil has been a member of the Applied Magnetics Laboratory since his senior year as an undergraduate student in the Electrical and Computer Engineering program at Oregon State University. After completing his B.S. degree, he elected to continue for graduate studies and is now designing a 3D tomographic imaging technique using magnetic nanoparticles as tracers. Phil enjoys running, skiing and hiking in his spare time.

M.S. Student

Han-Ting graduated in 2015 from Yuan Ze University in Taiwan with a bachelor's degree in Communication Engineering. He joined the Applied Magnetics Laboratory in 2017. His master's research project concentrates on the design and characterization of inkjet printed 3D magnetic films and devices. In his free time, Han-Ting likes to mountain bike and play baseball.


Mikkel completed his B.S. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Oregon State University in 2016. Since then, he has been working towards his M.S. degree in the Applied Magnetics Laboratory. His current research includes the characterization of spin waves and their interactions with acoustic waves. He likes to ski, bike, and hike in his spare time.