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Local imaging of diamagnetism in proximity-coupled niobium nanoisland arrays on gold thin films

Published in Physical Review B, 2022

This paper describes measurements and modeling of the local magnetic response of disordered arrays of proximity-coupled superconducting nano-islands.

Citation: Logan Bishop-Van Horn*, Irene P. Zhang*, Emily N. Waite, Ian Mondragon-Shem, Scott Jensen, Junseok Oh, Tom Lippman, Malcolm Durkin, Taylor L. Hughes, Nadya Mason, Kathryn A. Moler, and Ilya Sochnikov, "Local imaging of diamagnetism in proximity-coupled niobium nanoisland arrays on gold thin films", Phys. Rev. B 106, 054521 (2022) (Editors' Suggestion). https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.106.054521


SuperScreen: An open-source package for simulating the magnetic response of two-dimensional superconducting devices

Published in Computer Physics Communications, 2022

This paper introduces SuperScreen, an open-source Python package for simulating the response of 2D superconductors to trapped flux and applied time-independent or quasi-DC magnetic fields for any value of the effective magnetic penetration depth, Λ.

Citation: Logan Bishop-Van Horn and Kathryn A. Moler , "SuperScreen: An open-source package for simulating the magnetic response of two-dimensional superconducting devices", Computer Physics Communications Volume 280, November 2022, 108464. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cpc.2022.108464


Imaging anisotropic vortex dynamics in FeSe

Published in Physical Review B, 2019

This paper describes measurements and modeling of anisotropic vortex pinning in the iron-based superconductor FeSe.

Citation: Irene P. Zhang, Johanna C. Palmstrom, Hilary Noad, Logan Bishop-Van Horn, Yusuke Iguchi, Zheng Cui, Eli Mueller, John R. Kirtley, Ian R. Fisher, and Kathryn A. Moler, "Imaging anisotropic vortex dynamics in FeSe", Phys. Rev. B 100, 024514 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.100.024514


Cryogen-free variable temperature scanning SQUID microscope

Published in Review of Scientific Instruments, 2019

This paper describes the construction of a variable temperature scanning SQUID microscope in a dry cryostat, enabling precision magnetometry and susceptometry at sample temperatures from 2.8 K to over 100 K.

Citation: Logan Bishop-Van Horn, Zheng Cui, John R. Kirtley, and Kathryn A. Moler , "Cryogen-free variable temperature scanning SQUID microscope", Review of Scientific Instruments 90, 063705 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5085008