Material Sciences . Particle Physics . Plasma Physics . Quantum Physics . Solid State Research

Research report 2013 - Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics

Ultrafast magnons for spintronics

Authors

Zakeri Lori, Khalil; Zhang, Yu; Chuang, Tzu-Hung; Kirschner, Jürgen

Departments

Experimentelle Abteilung I (Jürgen Kirschner)

Summary
Magnons are the wave-like motions of the magnetic moments in a magnetically ordered solid. Similar to other waves, magnons may also be used for information processing. The study of wavelength, frequency and lifetime of magnons in magnetic solids is an important area of research. At the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics the properties of magnons excited at ferromagnetic surfaces are investigated using spin-polarized electron spectroscopy.

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