Spintronics: Volume 690. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129474
  • Book
  • 222 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Discoveries in spintronics continue to challenge our understanding of solid-state physics. As experimental and theoretical horizons in magnetism and electronic materials expand, ample opportunities exist for continued innovation of spin-dependent electronics - spintronics. This book focuses on materials physics involved in magnetoelectronic devices, as well as on their integration with semiconductor technology. Both materials scientists and device and integrated-circuit engineers come together here to help identify areas of significant potential for scientific exploration and technological development. The concepts presented may enable future technologies beyond simple scaling and miniaturization. Topics include: spin lifetime determination; spin-dependent transport across interfaces; magnetic semiconductors; half-metallic ferromagnets; magnetic nanostructures; silicon integration of magnetic devices; imaging of magnetic structures and thermal stability of magnetic states.
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Timothy J. Klemmer
Jonathan Z. Sun IBM T J Watson Research Center, New York.

Albert Fert
Jack Bass Michigan State University.
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