Materials Interest Groups (MIGs)
Spin and Topology
This group focusses on materials realisations of spin and topology as quantum objects for exploitation in new technologies, with an aim to utilise the spin degree of freedom in applications such as novel information storage, sensing and computing. Compared to conventional devices using the electron’s charge properties, spin and topological devices potentially have several major advantages, including non-volatility, faster data processing speed, higher integration densities, and lower electric power consumption. Topics include ‘low-loss’ spin and topological systems to mitigate against parasitic effects associated with Joule heating and energy losses.Email us
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