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Electron spin wave for new information carriers
We are currently working on helical spin wave to efficiently transfer spin information for a long distance as well as to manipulate spin states without external magnetic fields and magnetic materials. The Key ingredient for the future spintronics and quantum/topological information technology is the effective magnetic field induced by the spin orbit interaction in III-V based semiconductor heterostructures. We also focus on metal spintronics toward efficient magnetization reversal by using spin-orbit induced spin current. Since spin-orbit interaction both in semiconductors and metals plays a critical role for quantum information, neuromorphic / cognitive computing, low-energy consumption memory / LSI as well as AI and IoT devices, we focus on the fundamental physics and device application on spin-orbit interaction for future our society.
- Makoto Kohda, Professor, Department of Materials Science, Tohoku UniversityContact
- Michael Kammermeier, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington
- Ulrich Zülicke, Professor, School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington
- Liza Herrera Diez, CNRS Researcher, Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and CNRS- Université Paris Sud - Université Paris Saclay