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Nanomagnetism and Spintronics
1st Edition - June 29, 2009
Editor: Teruya Shinjo
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Spintronics is a newly developing area in the field of magnetism, in which the interplay of magnetism and transport phenomena is studied experimentally and theoretically. This… Read more
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Spintronics is a newly developing area in the field of magnetism, in which the interplay of magnetism and transport phenomena is studied experimentally and theoretically. This book introduces the recent progresses in the research relating to spintronics.
Presents in-depth analysis of this fascinating and technologically important new branch of nanoscience
Edited text with contributions from acknowledged leaders in the field
This handbook and guide will appeal to students and researchers in the fields of electronic devices and materials
This book is suitable for graduate students and researchers in universities and industries to understand the concepts of spintronics.
1. Overview (T. Shinjo)
2. GMR, TMR and BMR (J. Inoue)
3. Spin-Injection Phenomena and Applications (Y. Suzuki, A. Tulapurkar, and C. Chappert)
4. Dynamics of Magnetic Domain Walls in Nanomagnetic Systems (T. Ono, and T. Shinjo)
5.Theoretical Aspects of Current-Driven Magnetization Dynamics (H. Kohno and G. Tatara)
6. Micromagnetics of Domain-Wall Dynamics in Nanostrips (A. Thiaville and Y. Nakatani)
7. III-V-Based Ferromagnetic Semiconductors (F. Matsukara, and K. Ohno)
No. of pages: 352
Published: June 29, 2009
Imprint: Elsevier Science
eBook ISBN: 9780080932163
Teruya SHINJO is a professor emeritus of Kyoto University, having been engaged in the study of magnetic materials for about 40 years. He is well known from his research on Mossbauer spectroscopy, magnetic thin films and multilayers, and more recently spin-dependent transport phenomena in nanostructured magnetic systems.
Affiliations and expertise
Emeritus Professor, Kyoto University, International Institute for Advanced Studies,Japan and Specially-appointed Professor,Osaka University, Japan