This book by Supriyo Bandyopadhyay, Marc Cahay and Jean-Pierre Leburton covers some of the recent advances in the field of spintronics using semiconductors.
This book presents an an energy-efficient in-memory computing platform based on a spintronics design. It details the models of spin-transfer torque magnetic tunnel junction and racetrack memory and shows how spintronics could be a candidate for future data-oriented computing for storage, logic, and interconnect.
The book then describes an implementation of in-memory AES, Simon cipher and interconnect. Finally it demonstrates in-memory-based machine learning and face recognition algorithms.
This book aims to explain various issues of spin transport in graphene in detail, from both basic and technical points of view, and gives us a theoretical background for understanding spintronics behaviors in graphene.
The authors say that the book gives hints to overcome the the difficulties in graphene applications in the field of spintronics by comparing the physical properties of graphene and magnetoresistive (MR) phenomena in spintronics.
This book is focused on the spintronic properties of III–V nitride semiconductors, with detailed information on the comparison between zinc blende GaAs- and wurtzite GaN-based structures, where the Rashba spin–orbit interaction plays a crucial role in voltage-controlled spin engineering.
The book also discusses topological insulators and electrically driven zero-magnetic-field spin splitting of surface electrons.The book is intended for graduate students and may serve as an introductory course in this specific field of solid-state theory and applications.
This book explores the recent and on-going research into nanomagnetic-based technology. The book gives a detailed background material and comprehensive descriptions of the current state-of-the-art research on each topic, while focusing on direct applications to devices that have potential to replace CMOS devices for computing applications such as memory, logic and higher order information processing.
The book also discusses spin-based devices and describes magnet switching methodologies to minimize energy dissipation.
This book explores the recent and on-going research into spin-based devices and nanomagnetic-based technology while giving detailed background on state-of-the-art research. The book focuses on direct applications to devices that have potential to replace CMOS devices for computing applications such as memory, logic and higher order information processing.
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.
Particular emphasis is placed on defining and studying CNTs interconnects with Fe-Pt ferromagnetic nanodrops and substrates as prospective elements for magnetic nanomemory devices and nanosensors. The discussion is focused on appropriate spin transport models and magnetoresistance phenomena for spin-valves systems based on CNTs forest and Fe-Pt layers.