Manfred Albrecht is Professor for Experimental Physics at the Institute of Physics and currently Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Materials Engineering at the
University of Augsburg in Germany. He received his PhD degree in Physics from the University of Konstanz (Germany) in 1999. He was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the IBM Almaden
Research Center in San Jose / USA. His current research activities include magnetic thin films and nanostructures for spintronic and THz applications, spin dynamics as well as magneto-
elastic coupling phenomena.

[1] C. Holzmann, A. Ullrich, O.-T. Ciubotariu, and M. Albrecht: Tunable perpendicular magnetic anisotropy in gadolinium iron garnet thin films, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 5, 1023 (2022).
[2] M. Heigl, S. Koraltan, M. Vaňatka, R. Kraft, C. Abert, C. Vogler, A. Semisalova, P. Che, A. Ullrich, T. Schmidt, J. Hintermayr, D. Grundler, M. Farle, M. Urbánek, D. Suess, and M. Albrecht: Dipolar stabilized first and second-order antiskyrmions in Fe/Gd-based multilayers, Nat. Commu. 12, 2611 (2021).
[3] S. Zayko, O. Kfir, M. Heigl, M. Lohmann, M. Sivis, M. Albrecht, and C. Ropers: Ultrafast high-harmonic nanoscopy of magnetization dynamics, Nat. Commu. 12, 6337 (2021).
[4] M. Fix, R. Schneider, J. Bensmann, S. Michaelis de Vasconcellos, R. Bratschitsch, and M. Albrecht: Thermomagnetic control of spintronic THz emission enabled by ferrimagnets, Appl. Phys. Lett. 116, 012402 (2020).
[5] M. Küß, M. Heigl, L. Flacke, A. Hörner, M. Weiler, M. Albrecht, and A. Wixforth: Nonreciprocal Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya magnetoacoustic waves, Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 217203 (2020).