Amorphous Ferrimagnets: an Ideal Host for Ultra-Small Skyrmions View Full Text


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2019-08-29

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S. Joseph Poon, Chung Ting Ma

ABSTRACT

Recently, magnetic skyrmion has emerged as an active topic of fundamental study and applications in magnetic materials research. Magnetic skyrmions are vortex-like spin excitations with topological protection and therefore are more robust to pinning compared with magnetic domain walls. We employ atomistic simulations to create room-temperature ultra-small Néel skyrmions in amorphous ferrimagnet. The fast propagation and low-dissipation dynamics of ultra-small ferrimagnetic skyrmions make them attractive for utilization as an alternative to domain walls in spin-based memory and logic devices. More... »

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269-273

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