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Three-Dimensional Magnonics

Layered, Micro- and Nanostructures

edited by Gianluca Gubbiotti

"Magnonics is a relatively new subfield of modern condensed matter physics, with strong connections to material science and device fabrication in electrical engineering. Just as phonons are the quanta of sound in a solid material, magnons are the quantized excitations of the magnetic field in a solid; the classical counterpart of a magnon is a spin wave. Magnonics aims to harness magnons to transport and process information in a way similar to the way modern electronics uses electrons. Magnonics typically uses designed materials to work towards a goal of useful, mass-produced devices. This volume is a collection of eleven chapters, each written by a different group of experts in the field, all of whom are working to move magnonics from the study of two-dimensional materials, which has dominated the field, to fully three-dimensional structures. The book will be of interest primarily to experimental researchers and graduate students working on magnonics, as well as those working in related areas such as spintronics and nanotechnology. Institutions with broad, active research programs in condensed matter physics or quantum information might also acquire this book as a resource and reference."

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • ISBN: 9789814800730
  • Subject: Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials
  • Published: June 2019
  • Pages: 416