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Inelastic Scattering in NEGF: Matlab Implementation and Exercises
02 Jan 2011 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Samiran Ganguly, Supriyo Datta
Magnetic Tunnel Junction Lab
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23 Sep 2013 | Tools | Contributor(s): Samiran Ganguly, Deepanjan Datta, Chen Shang, Sankarsh Ramadas, Sayeef Salahuddin, Supriyo Datta
Modular Spintronics Library
09 May 2013 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Kerem Yunus Camsari, Samiran Ganguly, Shehrin Sayed, Supriyo Datta
A library of elemental spintronic modules in three langauages, MATLAB, SPICE, Verilog-A. These modules: Have been carefully benchmarked against available theoretical simulations and/or experimental data. Represent a multiphysics framework incorporating a wide range of physical models such as NEGF for quantum transport, Spin Diffusion eqn. for semiclassical transport, LLG eqn. for magnetization dynamics, etc. Can be combined to build circuit models for compound models for larger...
Non-Local Inverse Spin Hall Effect Experiment
26 Oct 2014 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Kerem Yunus Camsari, Samiran Ganguly
The Modular Spintronics Library can be used to model a wide variety of devices and experimental structures. Here we present such an experimental structure that can be used to characterize the "Inverse Spin Hall Effect" and the "Spin Hall Angle" in various different materials. Through a non-local experimental setup, pure spin currents are injected in a Spin Hall material and a DC voltage is developed across the material. The library can help in analyzing the structure...
Non-Local RSO Datta-Das Spin Transistor
Spin-orbit coupling phenomena in semiconductor materials constitute an important avenue for spintronics. The "Rashba Effect" that is commonly observed in III‐V materials has been predicted as a possible way of manipulating spins to show transistor action, and has been subsequently demonstrated by experiments. These devices however require low temperatures and specialized laboratory conditions. Therefore, the future of semiconducting spin‐orbit coupling...
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