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Nanomagnetics

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Projects and Programs

Theory of Spin-Orbit Torque

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

Spintronics for Neuromorphic Computing

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

Computational Micromagnetics

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

Publications

Synthesis of Mixed-Valent Lanthanide Sulfide Nanoparticles

Author(s)
Pricilla Glaser, Orlando Stewart, Rida Atif, Dane Asuigui, Joel Swanson, Adam Biacchi, Angela R. Hight Walker, Gregory Morrison, Hans-Conrad zur Loye, Sarah Stoll
In targeting reduced valence lanthanides, we report the first nanoparticle synthesis of the mixed-valent ferromagnets Eu3S4 and EuSm2S4. Using divalent

Phase-resolved electrical detection of coherently coupled magnonic devices

Author(s)
Yi Li, Chenbo Zhao, Vivek P. Amin, Zhizhi Zhang, Michael Vogel, Yuzan Xiong, Joseph Sklenar, Ralu Divan, John Pearson, Wei Zhang, Mark D. Stiles, Axel Hoffmann, Valentine Novosad
We demonstrate the electrical detection of a strongly coupled magnon-magnon hybrid system based on yttrium iron garnet/permalloy (YIG/Py) bilayer devices

Roadmap of spin-orbit torques

Author(s)
Qiming Shao, Li Peng, Luqiao Liu, Hyunsoo Yang, Shunsuke Fukami, Armin Razavi, Hao Wu, Kang L. Wang, Frank Freimuth, Yuriy Mokrousov, Mark D. Stiles, Satoru Emori, Axel Hoffmann, Johan Akerman, Kaushik Roy, Jian-Ping Wang, See-Hun Yang, Kevin Garello, Wei Zhang
Spin-orbit torque (SOT) is an emerging technology that enables the efficient manipulation of spintronic devices. The initial processes of interest in SOTs