Spin Electronics


Authors: David D. Awschalom, Robert A. Buhrman, James M. Daughton, Stephan von Molnar, Michael L. Roukes

ISBN: 9788184894356

Copy Right Year: 2004

Pages: 224

Binding: Soft Cover

Publisher: Springer

SKU: 9788184894356 Categories: ,


Spin Electronics is unique in that it combines tutorial and introductory information on the significance of spin electronics research and applications development in this rapidly developing field. It reviews profound technical and policy implications of spin-based devices for the future of semiconductor electronics, non-volatile computer memory, nanotechnology, and quantum computing and communications. For example, the report discusses the potential for spin electronics to help maintain the progress in price and performance of electronics and computers described in Moore’s Law. Finally, information on funding and level of effort in the laboratories visited by the panel is provided.

Additional information

Weight .29 kg
Dimensions 23 × 15 × 1 cm

Table of Content

Spin Electronics-Is it the Technology of the Future

Materials for Semiconductor Spin Electronics

Fabrication and Characterization of Magnetic Nanostructures

Spin Injection, Spin Transport and Spin Transfer

Magnetoelectronic Devices

Appendix A: Biographies of Team Members

Appendix B: Site Reports- Europe

Appendix C: Site Reports- Japan

Appendix D: Highlights of Recent U.S. Research and Development Activities

Appendix E: Glossary

Appendix F: Index of Sites


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