Topical Issues in Magneto- and Spin Electronics

Course 0000000631 in WS 2013/4

General Data

Course Type Seminar
Semester Weekly Hours 2 SWS
Organisational Unit Engineering Physics
Lecturers Martin Brandt
Sebastian Gönnenwein
Hans-Gregor Hübl

Assignment to Modules

Further Information

Courses are together with exams the building blocks for modules. Please keep in mind that information on the contents, learning outcomes and, especially examination conditions are given on the module level only – see section "Assignment to Modules" above.

additional remarks In diesem Seminar sollen aktuelle Themen und Fragestellungen aus dem Bereich des Magnetismus und der Magneto-Elektronik diskutiert werden. Zudem werden relevante Aspekte der Spinphysik und der Hochfrequenz-Messtechnik angesprochen. Die Themen lauten: Grundlagen magnetischer Phänomene in Festkörpern - Drehimpuls und Spin - Paramagnetismus / Ferromagnetismus / Antiferromagnetismus Spindynamik - paramagnetische Resonanz / ferromagnetische Resonanz / antiferromagnetische Resonanz - Hochfrequenztechnik / Experimente mit Mikrowellen - Netzwerkanalyse Spinabhängiger Tranport - Anisotroper Magnetwiderstand - Anisotrope Thermokraft / Spin-Seebeck-Effekt - Spin-Bahn-Kopplung, Konversion von Spin- in Ladungs-information, Pauli-Blockade Spinmechanik - Magneto-Striktion - Magnon-Phonon-Kopplung - Akustische Oberflächenwellen / Schallwellen in magnetischen Festkörpern Festkörperbasierte Quanteninformationsverarbeitung
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