Center for Quantum Spintronics (QuSpin)

Center for Quantum Spintronics (QuSpin)

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Our vision is to trigger a revolution in low-power information and communication technologies in an energy-efficient society.

QuSpin´s objective is to develop the basic science that uses quantum entities such as the electron spin as information carriers in radically different ways. We aim at groundbreaking basic research that is crucial to the  development of fast, high-capacity, material systems and tools for smaller and more power-efficient electronic devices.

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What's happening this week?

Journal Club by PhD student Even Thingstad, Tuesday Oct 20th, at 1-2 PM. Title: Boundary Criticality of PT-Invariant Topology and Second-Order Nodal-Line Semimetals. On Teams.

Leader Group Meeting, Tuesday Oct 20th, at 14.15- 15.30 in E5-103.

Idea Forum, Friday Oct 23rd, at 1-2 PM in E5-103.

Spinmaster this week, Marion Barbeau.



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Co-PI Professor  Mathias Kläui has been elected as a Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS Fellow)

Solid-state physicist Professor Mathias Kläui has been elected as a Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) in recognition of his experimental research into magnetic materials, spin transport, and the dynamics and manipulation of spin textures on the nanoscale level. Kläui heads a research group at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) which focuses on the future technology of spintronics. Spintronics involves the use of the magnetic moment of electrons in addition to electrical charge and is considered to be a technology with considerable potential. Indeed, it may be possible to use spintronics in various applications in place of semiconductors where this technology reaches its limits.



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