Over two volumes and 1500 pages, the Handbook of Spintronics will cover all aspects of spintronics science and technology, including fundamental physics, materials properties and processing, established and emerging device technology and applications. Comprising 60 chapters from a large international team of leading researchers across academia and industry, the Handbook provides readers with an up-to-date and comprehensive review of this dynamic field of research.
The opening chapters focus on the fundamental physical principles of spintronics in metals and semiconductors, including an introduction to spin quantum computing. Materials systems are then considered, with sections on metallic thin films and multilayers, magnetic tunnelling structures, hybrids, magnetic semiconductors and molecular spintronic materials. A separate section reviews the various characterisation methods appropriate to spintronics materials, including STM, spin-polarised photoemission, x-ray diffraction techniques and spin-polarised SEM.
The third part of the Handbook contains chapters on the state of the art in device technology and applications, including spin valves, GMR and MTJ devices, MRAM technology, spin transistors and spin logic devices, spin torque devices, spin pumping and spin dynamics and other topics such as spin caloritronics.
Each chapter considers the challenges faced by researchers in that area and contains some indications of the direction that future work in the field is likely to take. This reference work will be an essential and long-standing resource for the spintronics community.Über den Autor:
Prof. Yongbing Xu, Chair in Nanotechnology, heads the Spintronics and Nanodevice Laboratory at the University of York. He is Director of the York University-Nanjing University Joint Center in Spintronics and NanoEngineering, "Qiangren" Professor of Nanjing University, and guest professor of several other Chinese universities.
Prof. David Awschalom is Professor of Physics at the University of California at Santa Barbara, USA. In 2001, he was additionally appointed as a professor of electrical and computer engineering. He is presently the Peter J. Clarke Director of the California NanoSystems Institute and Director of the Center for Spintronics and Quantum Computation.
Prof. Junsaku Nitta is professor in the Department of Materials Science at Tohoku University, Japan. He currently heads the Nitta Laboratory, where his area of expertise is spintronics and magnetic properties.
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Buchbeschreibung Dordrecht, Imprint: Springer, 2016., 2016. 1st ed. 2016. Vol. I-II. XXIV, 1609 p. Hardcover. Slightly bumped. Vol. 1-2. Einband bestoßen, daher Mängelexemplar gestempelt, sonst sehr guter Zustand. Imperfect copy due to slightly bumped cover, apart from this in very good condition. Stamped. Stamped. Artikel-Nr. 3KB