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Spintronics-Info: the spintronics experts
Spintronics-Info is a news hub and knowledge center born out of keen interest in spintronic technologies.
Spintronics is the new science of computers and memory chips that are based on electron spin rather than (or in addition to) the charge (used in electronics). Spintronics is an exciting field that holds promise to build faster and more efficient computers and other devices.
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Perovskites are a fascinating group of materials that share a similar structure and display a myriad of exciting properties like superconductivity, magnetoresistance and more. These easily synthesized materials are considered the future of solar cells, as their distinctive structure makes them perfect for enabling low-cost, efficient photovoltaics. They are also predicted to play a role in next-gen electric vehicle batteries, sensors, displays, lasers and much more.
This book is devoted to a range of technological problems concerning the growth of magnetically managed carbon nanotubes (CNT) and the development of spintronic nanomemory devices. The issues related to CNTs growth with a predefined morphology are regarded as key challenges for effective CNTs creation and utilization in novel nanoelectronic devices.
QuantumWise announced the 2015 version of their Virtual NanoLab and Atomistix ToolKit atomic-scale modeling platform software. The company says that this new version includes several performance updates and new features - such as electron-phonon interaction, a new Job Manager, and a long range of analysis functions for molecular dynamics simulations. The company also announced that Virtual NanoLab (but not ATK) is now available completely free of charge to academic users.
Specifically for spintronics research, the new version introduces performance and parallelization improvements which can definitely benefit non-collinear and spin-orbit calculations. In addition, spin-orbit coupling have been updated to perform better.
Introduction to Spintronics provides a presentation of the quantum mechanical concept of spin and the technology of using it to store, process, and communicate information. Fully updated and expanded to 18 chapters, this Second Edition:
Researchers from the Lomonosov Moscow State University together with British scientists discovered that superconductivity is able to promote magnetization in certain conditions. Using this effect may lead to faster spintronic devices.
The researchers say that superconducting spintronic devices will demand far less energy and emit less heat compared to current devices. The superconductors may be useful in the process of spin transportation while ferromagnetics may be used to control spins.
This book provides a comprehensive introduction to Spintronics for researchers and students in academia and industry. It discusses all aspects of spintronics from basic science to applications and covers:
- Magnetic semiconductors
- Topological insulators
- Spin current science
- Spin caloritronics
- Ultrafast magnetization reversal
- Magneto-resistance effects and devices
- Spin transistors
- Quantum information devices