Jenny Stanford Publishing
396 pages | 24 Color Illus. | 104 B/W Illus.
Magnonics, a research field that uses spin waves, collective excitations of ordered magnetic materials, or magnons (their quanta) as a tool for signal processing, communication, and computation, has rapidly grown during the past decade because of the low-energy consumption and potential compatibility with next-generation circuits beyond CMOS electronics. The interest in 3D magnonic nanostructures follows the latest trend in conventional electronics based on expansion from 2D planar to 3D vertically integrated structures. To remain on the same technological level, a similar expansion should be realized in magnonics.
Following this trend, this book provides an overview of recent developments in the exploitation of the third dimension in magnonics, with special focus on the propagation of spin waves in layered magnonic crystals, spin textures, curved surfaces, 3D nano-objects, and cavity magnonics.
1. Dipole- Exchange Theory of Magnons in Structured Composite Nanowires and Magnonic Crystal Arrays
Cottam et al.
2. From 2D Planar Magnonic Crystals to 3D Magnonic Crystals
Graczyk et al.
3. 3D Magnonic Crystals
Beginin et al.
4. Spin Waves in Magnetic Metal–Insulator Hybrid Nanostructures
Liu et al.
5. Spin Waves in Thin Films and Magnonic Crystals with Dzyalonshinskii–Moriya interactions
Gallardo et al.
6. Emission and Active Manipulation of Spin Waves in Multiferroic Heterostructures
Qin et al.
7. Patterned Spin Textures for Magnonics
Albisetti et al.
8. 3D Mode Profiles in Short-Wavelength Magnon Propagation
Wintz et al
9. Precessional Magnetization Dynamics and Spin Waves in 3D Ferromagnetic Nanostructures
Mondal et al.
10. Spin Waves in Nanotubes: Impact of Curvature on Transport Properties
Kakay et al.
11. Strong Coupling in Cavity Magnonics
Leo et al.