STARnet, CSPIN Research Featured in Nature Communications
Magnetic materials are critical in industry and modern technology. They are used for fundamental research as well as commercial applications such as sensors, electric motors and generators, storage media, and spintronic memories.
Well done C-SPIN, University of Minnesota, and collaborators.
The STARnet Center for Spintronic Materials, Interfaces and Novel Architectures (C-SPIN) has explored new concepts Spin-based memory and computation has the potential to overcome the power, performance and architectural constraints of conventional CMOS-based devices like this since 2013.
STARnet Members have access to this research paper and materials since February of 2017, over a year before journal publication. STARnet Members can learn more about C-SPIN research and find related publications here.
Read the University of Minnesota press release here.
Read the publication in Nature Communications here.