Research Interests

Conrad Rizal, PhD


Associate Editor: Global Journal of Nanomedicine (2017- Present)

Advisory Board Member, Journal of Nano- and Electron Physics (2015 - Present)

Editor, Special Issue on Magnetoplasmonics, Journal of Nano& Electron Physics  (2016 - 2017)



SEED NanoTech & Consulting 

Ultra High Vacuum Systems,

Canada & South America 



GEM Systems Inc. & York U.

135 Spy Court,

Markham, ON, Canada

Tel: +1-647-570-4039;

E-mail: conrad(DOT)[email protected](DOT)ca;





Magnetoplasmonics (MPs) is the study of magnetic fields on plasmonic properties of various types of nanostructures. The approach involves the investigation of the effects of external magnetic fields on the plasmonic properties that can be manipulated by a rational nanostructure design. The field of magnetoplasmonics is relatively new, and its rapid development has led to new physics and the potential of several new applications.

One area of promise for magnetoplasmonics is related to biosensing. Highly sensitive sensors are required for the early detection and treatment of chronic diseases (e.g., cancer, AIDS and tropical fevers). Although the effects of magnetoplasmonics on improving the performance of the biosensor have been reported, these projects lacked well-defined approaches for the early detection of diseases and no demonstrated relevant biological application has beenrealized.

Magneto-plasmonics: Propagating Surface Plasmons at H Fields

SPR, MOSPR, Bio-nano-Magnetronics

Design, fabrication, and characterization of evanescent based biosensor using magnetic and optical waveguide technologies.

Magnetic Memories & Nanoelectronics: Strain, MR, and Anisotropy, and Potential Applications


Micromagnetic Finite Element Modeling

Organic Electronics and Bionanotechnology

Physics of Nano-bio-magnetism and Nanotechnologies


Bio-Nano - and Bio-photonics and Nanoplasmonics

  • Design and fabrication of high speed optical modulators.
  • Design and fabrication of integrated digital optical switches of improved performance based on multimode interference with built in resonators and phase shifters.
  • Design and fabrication of thermal sensor based on Mach-zehnder Interferometer.

Nanofabrication & Spintronics / Magnetic Technologies


  • Synthesis and characterization of magnetic thin films, alloys, and nanoparticles.
  • Nanofabrication of nanomaterial and devices based on them for potential applications in nanotechnology, biomedical engineering, etc.
  • Intelligent use of scientific equipment and devices such as, X-ray diffractometer; X-ray absorption spectroscopy meter, pulsed-current deposition techniques, scanning electron microscopy; atomic force microscopy; energy dispersive X-ray analyzer, experimental physics, electro-optics, and silicon nano-photonics, etc.
  • Magnetic memories and magnetic logic gates based on nano-magnetic pillars. Spin-dependent conductivity studies on magnetic tunnel junctions and spin valve and nano-pillars.


Biomagnetism and Bio-medical Technologies




Significant advances in the growth, measurement, and characterization methods in the field of nano-engineering have made magnetic hybrid (ferromagnetic and non-magnetic) nanostructures increasingly important for the development of giant magnetoresistance sensors and high magnetic-moment biocompatible nanoparticles for use in the future magnetic technology.

Recently, magnetic multilayers, alloys, and nanoparticles based on 3-d transition metals, their alloys, and multilayer stacks have been considered very significant in the development of state-of-the-art magnetic technology for use in the electronics and biomedical sectors.

Emerging Technologies 

  • Research on biomagnetic sensing technology for early disease detection and prevention of of chronic diseases.
  • Magnetic logic devices in electronics
  • Space technology
  • Magentic technology for sustainable energy

Welcome to NanoBioMagnetics!

Important Links


York University, ON, Canada

Baylor University, TX, USA

UC San Diego, CA, USA

University of Victoria, BC, Canada

University of British Columbia, BC, Canada

Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada

Muroran Institute of Technology, Hokkaido, Japan

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