
Se Kwon Kim
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Mickey Martini
https://nanohub.org/members/212895

Magnetic Tunnel Junction (MTJ) as Stochastic Neurons and Synapses: Stochastic Binary Neural Networks, Bayesian Inferencing, Optimization Problems
26 Oct 2018   Contributor(s):: Abhronil Sengupta, Kaushik Roy
In this presentation, we provide a multidisciplinary perspective across the stack of devices, circuits, and algorithms to illustrate how the stochastic switching dynamics of spintronic devices in the presence of thermal noise can provide a direct mapping to the units of such computing...

Neil Murray
https://nanohub.org/members/205375

pbits for Probabilistic Spin Logic (PSL): A Brief Introduction
02 Jul 2018   Contributor(s):: Supriyo Datta
Digital electronics is based on stable bits that can have one of two values, 0 and 1. At the other extreme we have quantum computing using using qbits that can be in superposition states that are 0 and 1 at the same time. In our recent work we have introduced a concept that is intermediate...

pbits for Probabilistic Spin Logic (PSL)
10 May 2018   Contributor(s):: Supriyo Datta
Digital electronics is based on stable bits that can have one of two values, 0 and 1. At the other extreme we have quantum computing using using qbits that can be in superposition states that are 0 and 1 at the same time. In our recent work we have introduced a concept that is intermediate...

Ran Cheng
Dr. Ran Cheng received his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Texas at Austin in 2014. He then became a postdoc at Carnegie Mellon University with a joint appointment in Physics and ECE...
https://nanohub.org/members/196763

SPICE Subcircuit Generator for Ferromagnetic Nanomaterials
05 Feb 2018   Contributor(s):: Onur Dincer, Azad Naeemi
Generates SPICE subcircuit netlist for ferromagnetic nanometarials for spintronic devices

Sergey Dizhur
https://nanohub.org/members/181872

SPICE Subcircuit Generator for Spintronic Nonmagnetic Metallic Channel Components
11 Oct 2017   Contributor(s):: Onur Dincer, Azad Naeemi
Generates SPICE subcircuit netlist for electronic and spintronic transport in nanoscale nonmagnetic metallic channels

Quantum Spins in the SolidState: An Atomistic MaterialtoDevice Modeling Approach
30 Aug 2017   Contributor(s):: Rajib Rahman
In this talk, I will present an atomistic modeling approach that combines intrinsic material and extrinsic device properties under a unified framework to describe spins and their interactions with theenvironment. This approach captures important spin properties such as exchange, spinorbit,...

Spin Transport Modeling Tool
21 Aug 2017   Contributor(s):: Onur Dincer, Azad Naeemi
Calculates spin transport parameters in nanoscale metallic interconnects.

SpinOrbitronics: A Route to Control Magnets via SpinOrbit Interaction
20 Jul 2017   Contributor(s):: Upadhyaya, Pramey
In this talk, I will present this “spinorbitronic” control for various magnetic systems. In particular, we will focus on the example of spinorbitinduced manipulation of magnetic domain walls and skyrmions, i.e. particlelike magnetic configurations capable of storing and...

CHAVANA HAREESH
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Samrat Sarkar
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Topological Spintronics: from the Haldane Phase to Spin Devices
27 Jan 2017   Contributor(s):: Nitin Samarth
e provide a perspective on the recent emergence of “topological spintronics,” which relies on the existence of helical Dirac electrons in condensed matter. Spin‐ and angle‐resolved photoemission spectroscopy shows how the spin texture of these electronic states can be engineered using...

abhishek kumar
https://nanohub.org/members/160954

Valley Dependent gfactors in Silicon: Role of SpinOrbit and Micromagnets
09 Dec 2016   Contributor(s):: Rajib Rahman
In this talk I will show that spin splittings in silicon quantum dots are inherently valleydependent. Interface disorder, such as monoatomic steps, can strongly affect the intrinsic spinorbit coupling and can cause devicetodevice variations in gfactors. I will also describe the anisotropy of...

Prospects for Using Magnetic Insulators in Spintronics
28 Sep 2016   Contributor(s):: Mingzhong Wu
This presentation consists of two parts, which together will provide some perspective on the future of using magnetic insulators in spintronics. The first part will touch on the feasibility of using magnetic insulators, in particular, Y3Fe5O12 and BaFe12O19, to produce pure spin currents...

Bibek Bhandari
https://nanohub.org/members/153360