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LSPM, CNRS-Université Paris 13, Sorbonne, Paris
Mohamed Belmeguenai has joined LSPM (University Paris 13) in September 2007, as an assistant professor, after PhD thesis at Orsay (Université Paris XI Orsay) and postdoctoral positions at Universität Regensburg (Germany) and university of Caen (France) where he was working on high frequency magnetization dynamics of Co/Pt nanostructures and interlayer exchange coupled NiFe/Ru/NiFe thin films, respectively. During this period of 6 years, he developed a broadband ferromagnetic resonance setup (FMR) and an experimental setup for time-resolved magnetization dynamics measurements. He thus, acquired high skills in nanofabrication and ferromagnetic resonance techniques (conventional and vector network analyzer FMR). His research activity concerns mainly the correlation between structural and magnetic dynamic properties of Heusler alloys that he started since he arrived at LSPM, and the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction. This research activity leaded to the publication of more than 50 papers in international journals and to the participation in more than 60 national and international conferences. Mohamed Belmaguenai is actually working in the university Paris 13 an associate professor.