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Current driven magnetization dynamics in ferromagnets and antiferromagnets
The development of spintronics and potential applications demands a thorough understanding of various novel phenomena in ferromagnets and antiferromagnets. Magnetotransport measurements, which have been implemented in ...
Ferromagnetic resonance in magnetic tunnel junctions under high dc biases
Ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) is a standard spectroscopic technique which is used to probe the magnetodynamics of ferromagnetic materials in order to understand and improve performance of spintronics applications such as ...
Current-driven non-linear magnetodynamics in magnetic nano-devices
Spintronis is an emerging electronic technology that is built on interconnections between the electron’s electric charge and its quantum-mechanical spin. The interconnections allow altering the electrical transport properties ...
Semiclassical study of spin magnetic moment and spin orbit interaction
This dissertation describes the theoretic studies of magnetic moment and spinorbit interaction in vacuum (Dirac wavepacket) and solid state systems, such as semiconductors. The semiclassical approach developed here provides ...
Electrical bias driven effects for spintronic applications : ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic materials
The ever-present demand for computing technology advancement has not only compelled progress toward the refinement of conventional CMOS routes, but has also driven new, less orthodox schemes whose advantages lie in branching ...