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CANCELLED: SuperSpintronics: Towards ultra-low dissipation spin-electronics
Organised By IOP East Anglia branch
Tags #Physics #Magnetism #Superconductors #Spintronics #Devices #EastAngliaBranch #IOPBranchEvents #Cambridge #EastAnglia
February 12, 2020
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In this talk I will discuss the developments in superconducting Spintronics - the field of information processing with electron spins exhibiting zero heat dissipation
Address
Schlumberger Cambridge Research
High Cross
Charles Babbage Road
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB3 0EL
Link: CANCELLED: Superspintronics: Towards ultra-low dissipation spin-electronics

Lecture: Spintronics: from hard disk drives to magnetic hedgehogs
Organised By IOP Lancashire and Cumbria
Tags #Spintronics #Physics #Electronics #UCLan #IOPBranchEvents #LancashireAndCumbriaBranch
May 20, 2020
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Location: Harrington Lecture Theatre, Harrington Building, University of Central Lancashire, 11 Victoria St, Preston, PR1 7QS “Spintronics: from hard disk drives to magnetic hedgehogs” Semiconductor-based electronic devices rely on the flow of charge to store and process information
Spintronics, short for spin electronics, aims to utilise the spin degree of freedom in addition to the electron’s charge, promising much faster processing speeds, lower power consumption, and novel functionality
The most well-known application of Spintronics is in the form of hard disk drives, recognized through the 2007 Nobel prize to Albert Fert and Peter Grünberg for the discovery of giant magneto-resistance
In this talk I will give a brief overview of Spintronics and its applications, touching on very recent developments in the field of skyrmionics, where nano-metric sized topologically protected objects hold the promise for a new class of novel Spintronics devices
Address
Harrington Lecture Theatre, Harrington Building
University of Central Lancashire
11 Victoria St
Preston
PR1 7QS
Link: Lecture: Spintronics: from hard disk drives to magnetic hedgehogs