Spin waves generation by surface acoustic waves

A substantial portion of today’s magnetism research community dedicates its efforts to achieving highly integrated, rapid, and energy-efficient information and communication technologies that can operate at room temperature. In this context, spin waves (SW) appear to be promising candidates. At INSP, our primary interest lies in instigating SWs within nanostructures through external stress and acoustic means. Indeed, the advent of spintronic devices that manipulate magnetization through strain rather than conventional inductive methods (like antennas) holds the potential for substantial reductions in energy dissipation.

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