Claus Schelde Jacobsen's field of expertise is novel materials with potentially useful electric and/or magnetic properties, which in the long run may prove applicable for new types of electronic and electrotechnical devices. Examples include:

  • Optimisation of spin injection from ferromagnetic thin-films into conventional semiconductor structures; the spins carry magnetic moments, which may be manipulated by means of electric and magnetic fields. 
  • Optimisation of the properties of ceramic superconductors (i.e. high temperature superconductors) by deposition on specially designed substrates, where the crystal structure of the superconductor becomes more perfect;  this is of great importance both for applications in electronics as well as for development of superconducting cables, which may be used to carry electricity and for creating high magnetic fields .

He also teaches courses in introductory physics, electromagnetism, instrumentation and measurements, statistical physics, physics of electronic quantum devices, etc.

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Education

1967 - 1973 M.Sc. Electrial Engineering (Electrophysics) - Technical University of Denmark
1973 - 1976 PhD - Technical University of Denmark

Academic grades

Dr.scientiarum

PhD

Professional experience

1976 - 1987 Postdoc (DTU Physics) - Technical University of Denmark, Deparment of Physics
1987 - Associate professor (DTU Physics) - Technical University of Denmark, Deparment of Physics

Languages

English

International experience

1980 Ohio State University.

1973-1974 University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

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