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the center for nanoscale systems an nsf nanoscale science and engineering center
The Center for Nanoscale SystemsAn NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center

The CNS Research Mission

Nanoscale solutions for future

information technology systems

  • Solutions based on:

Nanoscale phenomena

Nanoscaled devices and materials

Intrinsically nanoscale materials

  • CNS Research Thrust Areas

Nanoelectronics

Nanophotonics

Nanocharacterization and nanoprocessing

Nanomagnetics

fifteen years of discovery and technological advances in thin film magnetics 1

BAIBICH et al. GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE OF (001)FE/(001) CR MAGNETIC SUPERLATTICES PRL 61 2472 NOV 21 1988

  • BINASCH et al. ENHANCED MAGNETORESISTANCE IN LAYERED MAGNETIC-STRUCTURES WITH ANTIFERROMAGNETIC INTERLAYER EXCHANGEPR B 39 4828 MAR 1 1989

DIENY et al. GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE IN SOFT FERROMAGNETIC MULTILAYERS, PR B B 1297 JAN 1 1991

Fifteen Years of Discovery and Technological Advances in Thin Film Magnetics -1
fifteen years of discovery and technological advances in thin film magnetics 2
Fifteen Years of Discovery and Technological Advances in Thin Film Magnetics - 2

MOODERA et al. LARGE MAGNETORESISTANCE AT ROOM-TEMPERATURE IN FERROMAGNETIC THIN-FILM TUNNEL-JUNCTIONS PRL 74 3273 APR 17 1995

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Fifteen Years of Discovery and Technological Advances in Thin Film Magnetics - 2

MOODERA et al. LARGE MAGNETORESISTANCE AT ROOM-TEMPERATURE IN FERROMAGNETIC THIN-FILM TUNNEL-JUNCTIONS PRL 74 3273 APR 17 1995

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Fifteen Years of Discovery in Magnetics - 3

Slonczewski, Current-driven excitation of magnetic multilayers, JMMM 159 L1-L7 JUN 1996

Berger,Emission of spin waves by a magnetic multilayer traversed by a currentPR B 54 9353 OCT 1 1996

Nanomagnetics Group - Cornell

Rippard, Pufall, et al.- NIST

Spin Transfer – An opportunity or a problem?

n anomagnetics f rom d iscovery to s ystems
Nanomagnetics – FromDiscovery to Systems

Morning Program

8:30 – 9:10 Spin Transfer Stimulated Noise in Magnetic Recording Heads. Prof. Bob White,Director Data Storage Systems Center, Carnegie Mellon

9:10 – 9:50 Spin Transfer and Other Challenges in Data Storage

Dr. Mark Covington, Research Staff Member, Seagate

9:50 – 10:10 Morning break

10:10 – 10:50 MRAM Technology: Status and Future Challenges

Dr. Jon Slaughter, Manager Magnetic Materials Research, Motorola

10:50 – 11:30 Spintronics Applications at NVE

Dr. Jim Daughton, Founder and CTO of NVE Corporation

1st Annual CNS Nanotechnology Symposium, May 14 2004

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Nanomagnetics – FromDiscovery to Systems

Lunch

11:30 – 1:00 Poster Session: CNS Research and External Contributions

  • Nanoelectronics
    • Carbon based
    • Silicon based
  • Nanophotonics
  • Nanocharacterization and Nanoprocessing
  • Nanomagnetics

1st Annual CNS Nanotechnology Symposium, May 14 2004

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Nanomagnetics – FromDiscovery to Systems

Afternoon Program

1:00 – 1:40 Spin Transfer Induced Dynamics in Magnetic Nanostructures,

Bill Rippard, Research Associate, NIST

1:40 – 2:20 Circuit Considerations for Spin-Switched MRAM Devices

John DeBrosse, MRAM Design Team Leader, IBM Microelectronics

2:20 – 2:50 Spin Transfer Driven Magnetic Switching and Precession

Prof. Dan Ralph, CNS Cornell

2:50 – 3:00 Summary & Adjourn

1st Annual CNS Nanotechnology Symposium, May 14 2004