Creation of energy-saving nano electronic device based on spin Hall engineering

Presto Researcher

Kazuya Ando

Keio University Department of Applied Physics and Physico-Informatics
Associate Professorr

Research Outline

We create energy-saving nano-spintronics technology based on the spin Hall effect by exploring a way for controlling and enhancing spin-charge conversion efficiency in nanostructures: spin Hall engineering. The spin Hall effect provides a route for ultra efficient spin current generation owing the spatial separation of spin and charge currents. This study realizes a spin Hall device, a novel energy-saving electric device that is not an extention of the conventional electronic devices.

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