Electromagnetic functional materials; Nanomaterials; Films and interfaces; Spintronics; Magnonics
An K., Bhat V.S., Mruczkiewicz M., Dubs C., Grundler D. (2019), Optimization of Spin-Wave Propagation with Enhanced Group Velocities by Exchange-Coupled Ferrimagnet-Ferromagnet Bilayers, in Physical Review Applied
, 11(3), 034065-034065.
Optimization of Spin-Wave Propagation with Enhanced Group Velocities by Exchange-Coupled Ferrimagnet-Ferromagnet Bilayers
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Raw data associated to the manuscript ‘’Optimization of Spin-Wave Propagation with Enhanced Group Velocities by Exchange-Coupled Ferrimagnet-Ferromagnet Bilayers‘’, Phys. Rev. Applied 11, 034065 (2019). Two VNA data for bare YIG and YIG/Py are provided. Mathematica 10.1 was used for data processing. Comsol 5.2a was used for finite element method simulation.
The main goals of the project are (i) to study, both theoretically and experimentally, mechanisms of electric current, mechanical stresses and electric potentials influencing physical properties of conducting and dielectric ferro- and antiferromagnetic heterostructures which exhibit eigenfrequencies in the microwave and terahertz frequency range, (ii) to investigate nonequilibrium processes in these structures and (iii) to develop concepts of signal processing and logic devices based on magnonic networks and antiferromagnets including ferromagnetic nanoelements under the influence of Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction in microwave and terahertz frequency range.