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Aalto University School of Science
Department of Applied Physics Nanomagnetism and Spintronics Group
PO Box 15100
Aalto
FI-00076
Finland
[t] +358-9-451-28477 or +358-50-3160969

The Nanomagnetism and Spintronics (NanoSpin) Group focuses on experimental studies of magnetic, magneto-optical, and spin-transport phenomena in new functional materials and hybrid nanoscale structures. Current research topics include electric-field control of ferromagnetism, spin transport in ferrimagnetic and ferroelectric tunnel junctions, and magneto-plasmonics of patterned nanostructures.

Hybrid multiferroics for improved data storage and new wireless applications
04 February, 2015
To exploit and control magnetism, technology often relies on electromagnets, which limit hardware configurations due to their size and energy consumption. As an alternative, scientists are beginning to develop hybrid nanomaterials that are responsive to both electric and magnetic fields. These materials can save energy and space, and are opening doors to a wealth of new technological applications
 
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