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Mark D. Stiles (Fed)

Mark Stiles is a Project Leader and NIST Fellow in the Alternative Computing Group in the Nanoscale Device Characterization Division of the Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML). He received a M.S./B.S. in Physics from Yale University, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Physics from Cornell University. Following postdoctoral research at AT&T Bell Laboratories, he joined the research staff at NIST. Mark's research, published in over 145 papers, has focused on the development of a variety of theoretical methods for predicting the properties of magnetic nanostructures and has recently shifted to neuromorphic computing. He has helped organize numerous conferences and has served the American Physical Society on the Executive Committee of the Division of Condensed Matter Physics and as Chair and on the Executive Committee of the Topical Group on Magnetism. He has also served as a Divisional Associate Editor for Physical Review Letters, served on the Editorial Board of Physical Review Applied, and is an Associate Editor for Reviews of Modern physics. Mark is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and has been awarded the Silver Medal from the Department of Commerce.

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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

Topological Control of Magnetic Textures

Author(s)
Hanu Arava, Frank P. Barrows, Mark D. Stiles, Amanda K. Petford-Long
A micromagnetic study is carried out on the role of using topology to stabilize different magnetic textures, such as a vortex or an anti-vortex state, in a
Created October 9, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021