Mohammad Tomal Hossain
Physics & Astronomy
Advised by Benjamin Jungfleisch

Interview submitted in Spring 2022.

CHARM Interviewer (CI): In technical language, what is the research you do here at CHARM?

Mohammad Tomal Hossain (MTH): Antiferromagnetic magnons are quantized quasiparticles of magnetic excitations in antiferromagnets. In our lab we characterize the antiferromagnets through studying antiferromagnetic magnon using different ferromagnetic resonance and spectroscopic techniques.

CI: What is a skill you would like to build on while being a part of CHARM?

MTH: Nanofabrication, something I’ve been working hard on.

CI: What’s your favorite part of being with CHARM?

MTH: Being able to collaborate with a wide variety of people.

CI: Are there any other student/campus organizations you belong to?

MTH: Grad Muslim Student Association (MSA), Bangladesh Student Association (BSA)

CI: What do you enjoy doing on your downtime outside of the lab?

MTH: I enjoy gardening!

CI: Do you have any social media pages you’d like to share?