Searched for:
(1 - 4 of 4)
document
Manschot, J. (author), Brataas, A. (author), Bauer, G.E.W. (author)
The current induced magnetization reversal in nanoscale spin valves is a potential alternative to magnetic field switching in magnetic memories. We show that the critical switching current can be decreased by an order of magnitude by strategically distributing the resistances in the magnetically active region of the spin valve. In addition, we...
journal article 2004
document
Bretzel, S. (author), Bauer, G.E.W. (author), Tserkovnyak, Y. (author), Brataas, A. (author)
The Barnett effect refers to the magnetization induced by rotation of a demagnetized ferromagnet. We describe the location and stability of stationary states in rotating nanostructures using the Landau–Lifshitz–Gilbert equation. The conditions for an experimental observation of the Barnett effect in different materials and sample geometries are...
journal article 2009
document
Uchida, K. (author), Ota, T. (author), Adachi, H. (author), Xiao, J. (author), Nonaka, T. (author), Kajiwara, Y. (author), Bauer, G.E.W. (author), Maekawa, S. (author), Saitoh, E. (author)
The spin-Seebeck effect (SSE) in ferromagnetic metals and insulators has been investigated systematically by means of the inverse spin-Hall effect (ISHE) in paramagnetic metals. The SSE generates a spin voltage as a result of a temperature gradient in a ferromagnet, which injects a spin current into an attached paramagnetic metal. In the...
journal article 2012
document
Vlietstra, N. (author), Shan, J. (author), Castel, V. (author), Youssef, J.B. (author), Bauer, G.E.W. (author), Van Wees, B.J. (author)
The effective field torque of an yttrium-iron-garnet (YIG) film on the spin accumulation in an attached platinum (Pt) film is measured by the spin-Hall magnetoresistance (SMR). As a result, the magnetization direction of a ferromagnetic insulating layer can be measured electrically. Experimental transverse and longitudinal resistances are well...
journal article 2013
Searched for:
(1 - 4 of 4)