This thesis is structured as follows: After an introduction in chapter 1, the basic principles of magnetostatics are sketched in chapter 2, followed by the principles of magnetodynamics in chapter 3. Based upon these principles, in chapter 4 a theory for the propagation of spin waves in ferromagnetic thin films is developed.
The experimental part of this thesis begins with an overview of the experimental setup for Time Resolved Scanning Kerr Microscopy (TRSKEM) in chapter 5, and continues with the results of spin wave propagation and interference in chapter 6. The experimental results are compared to the theoretical predictions of the model developed in chapter 4. Chapter 7 gives a summary of the results and an outlook towards possible future developments. The appendix gives additional information on experimental and theoretical details.
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