“Novel Magnetic Interfaces for New Paradigm of Memory and Logic ”

Hang Chi

Monday, February 6th at 4:00 PM

120 Engineering (Hammond Auditorium)

Significant progress has been made in conceptualizing geometric aspects of condensed matter [1]. Inter-twining topology and low-dimensional magnetism, particularly at intrinsic/hybrid interfaces leveraging disparate quantum features, offers an exciting arena for exploiting novel magnetic phenomena towards disruptive energy efficient memory, logic and information technologies. Here in this talk, we introduce MBE grown magnetic transition metal chalcogenide Cr2Te3 as an emerging platform for exploring spin-orbit driven Berry phenomena [2]. A unique temperature and strain modulated sign reversal of the anomalous Hall effect has been uncovered, resulting from nontrivial Berry physics. [Read More…]

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