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Hybrid Spintronic Nanostructures Controlled by Spin-Polarized Current

Supervisor: prof. Ing. Julius Cirák, CSc.


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Project description:Spintronic GMR and TMR nanopillars (lateral size (150nm) for current induced magnetization switching (CIMS) studies will be prepared and analyzed. GMR nanopillars will be prepared by UHV deposition and nanoparticles lift off lithography and electron beam lithography (EBL). Novel TMR nanopillars with embedded magnetic nanoparticles will be prepared by UHV evaporation, LB nanoparticles deposition and EBL. Magnetic configurations of nanopillars will be studied by scanning MOKE microscope. We will study correlation between nanopillar structure, interface roughness (vertical and lateral correlations) and Neel ferromagnetic coupling with magnetic and CIMS behavior with the aim to lower the switching current. Magnetization behaviour in situ by its spin polarized current switching will be analyzed by simultaneous simultaneous the R (dynamic) vs. current and Kerr rotation vs. H experiments.
Kind of project:APVV ()
Department:Department of physics (FEEIT)
Project identification:APVV-0173-06
Project status:Successfully completed
Project start date :01. 02. 2007
Project close date:30. 06. 2010
Number of workers in the project:2
Number of official workers in the project:0