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Projects/Programs

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Advanced High Frequency Devices

Ongoing
The Advanced High Frequency Devices Program develops measurement methods to determine the characteristics of advanced electronics and devices at high

Computational Micromagnetics

Ongoing
NIST researchers develop simulation tools to support modeling, measurement and fundamental understanding of micromagnetic physics.

Diamond NV Center Magnetometry

Ongoing
The nitrogen-vacancy (NV) center in diamond has emerged in the last decade as the most exciting new technology for nanoscale magnetic measurements. By

Magnetic Imaging

Completed
Our goal is to develop a real-time magnetic domain imaging system and apply it to technologically important systems, including data-storage and permanent

Magnetic Random Access Memory

Ongoing
The program on magnetic random-access memory develops metrology to determine how spin currents can be generated and used to control and manipulate magnetization

Nanoelectromagnetics

Ongoing
The core activities in this program are the development and application of metrology for quantitative characterization of hetero-structured materials and

Spin Dynamics and Magnetic Microscopy

Ongoing
The Spin Dynamics and Magnetic Microscopy Project develops metrology for magnetodynamic effects such as ferromagnetic resonance, switching, and damping. We

Spin Transport

Ongoing
The Spin Transport program performs basic and applied research, and develops new measurement capabilities, to enable the development of high-speed, nonvolatile

Spintronics for Neuromorphic Computing

Ongoing
One of the most promising new approaches to next generation information processing is spintronics, where information is carried with electronic spin rather than

Theory of Spin-Orbit Torque

Ongoing
The working of countless electronic devices involves electric and magnetic effects interacting within nanostructured materials. In the phenomenon known as spin