- Thermally assisted magnetic scanning probe lithography (tam-SPL) is used for patterning reconfigurable magnetic structures with unprecedented properties.
- Complex 2-, 1-, 0-dimensional spin textures (such as domain walls and vortices) with tailored topology and geometry are patterned in ferromagnetic films with exchange bias.
- Nanopatterned spin textures are used for controlling at the nanoscale the emission, propagation and confinement of spin waves.
- Optically inspired spin-wave platforms based on magnonic nanoantennas and waveguides are demonstrated.
Finding new ways for controlling the magnetic properties of thin films with nanoscale resolution is of paramount importance for developing next-generation devices for storage and processing. I will discuss recent results on the use of thermally assisted magnetic scanning probe lithography (tam-SPL) for creating reconfigurable magnetic nanostructures, and realizing integrated circuits for generating and manipulating spin-waves, towards the realization of nanoscale platforms for beyond-CMOS magnetic computing.
Speaker: Prof Edoardo Albisetti, Politecnico di Milano
Presentation: 30 min.
Q&A: 15 min.
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