B.S. (Physics) 2008, Florida Atlantic University.
M.S. (Physics) 2010, New York University.
Office Address: Room 923, 4 Washington Place, New York, NY 10003
Lab Homepage: Kentlab
Areas of Research/Interest: Magnetism and transport in mesoscopic systems; spintronics, giant magnetoresistance; spin-angular momentum transfer; superparamagnetism; electronics and circuit design.
J. Cucchiara, S. Le Gall, E. E. Fullerton, J.-V. Kim, D. Ravelosona, Y. Henry, J. A. Katine, A. D. Kent, D. Bedau, D. Gopman, and S. Mangin Domain wall motion in nanopillar spin-valves with perpendicular anisotropy driven by spin-transfer torques, Physical Review B 86, 214429 (2012)
S. Le Gall, J. Cucchiara, M. Gottwald, C. Berthelot, C.H. Lambert, Y. Henry, D. Bedau, D.B. Gopman, H. Liu, A.D. Kent, J. Z. Sun, W. Lin, D. Ravelosona, J. A. Katine, E. E. Fullteron and S. Mangin State diagram of nanopillar spin valves with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy, Physical Review B 86, 014419 (2012)
D.B. Gopman, D. Bedau and A.D. Kent, A digitally configurable measurement platform using audio cards for high-resolution electronic transport studies, Review of Scientific Instruments 83, 054701 (2012)
D.B. Gopman, D. Bedau, S. Mangin, C. H. Lambert, E. E. Fullerton, J. A. Katine and A.D. Kent, Asymmetric switching behavior in perpendicularly magnetized spin-valve nanopillars due to the polarizer dipole field, Applied Physics Letters 100, 062404 (2012)
D.B. Gopman, Thermally-Assisted Magnetization Reversal of a Nanomagnet with Spin-Transfer Torque, Contributed Poster Presentation, Fifth Gotham Metro Condensed Matter Meeting: April 15, 2011
D.B. Gopman, Size Distribution of Polymer-coated Magnetite Nanoparticles, Physics Honors Thesis
D.B. Gopman, Nanoparticles in the Mirror are Smaller than they Appear, Invited Poster Presentation, Sixth Annual Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College Symposium for Research and Creative Projects Featuring the Chastain Honors Symposium Lecture Series: April 4, 2008
D.B. Gopman, Transcendental Minds and Mythical Strings: The Emergence of Platonism in Modern Physics, History Honors Thesis