CAPSL-T1
Materials Development for Probabilistic Spin Logic Devices

Jian-Ping Wang (University of Minnesota), Theme Leader

To achieve the goal of experimentally demonstrating the p-bit, two critical material related issues have to be addressed. i) For the read unit to be able to provide an electrical signal to the next p-bit, a material stack that we characterize as a "soft magnetic tunneling junction (MTJ)" needs to be created that allows for reading the "probabilistic signal" generated from the write-unit. ii) In addition, a material combination for the write-unit that allows for the voltage controlled manipulation of magnetic information needs to be developed.

CAPSL-T1 Metrics

  1. Current

    2 Research Tasks
    2 Universities
    3 Students
    3 Faculty Researchers
    6 Liaison Personnel
  2. This Year

    2 Task Starts
    9 Research Publications
Updated: 15-Dec-2018, 12:05 a.m. ET

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