Spintronic Effects and Devices

Spintronic devices those that exploit the spin of electrons rather than their charge rely on effects that produce, control, and detect spin-polarized currents. Spintronic devices comprise magnetic layers that serve as spin polarizers or analysers isolated by non-magnetic layers through which the spin-polarized electrons are transmitted. It provides a new way to manipulate the magnetization of magnetic nano-structures by a spin-polarized current. Spintronic devices produces high speed, high power lasers, lower threshold current, high-density logic, low power, electronic memory devices and optoelectronic devices. Spintronic systems are most often realised in dilute magnetic semiconductors and Heusler alloys and are of particular interest in the field of quantum computing and neuromorphic computing.

  • Magnetic Thermal Annealing
  • Magnetron Sputtering Process

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