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    • Characterizing magnetic field-coupled computing devices by the Extraordinary Hall-effect 

      Becherer M; Kiermaier J; Csaba G; Rezgani J; Yilmaz C; Osswald P; Lugli P; Schmitt-Landsiede D (IEEE, 2009)
      A submicron sized Extraordinary Hall-effect (EHE) sensor for read-out of field-coupled computing devices is presented. The applied sensing structure is suitable to electrically probe the output states of field-coupled ...
    • Computational model of partially irradiated nanodots for field-coupled computing devices 

      Ju X; Wartenburg S; Lugli P; Becherer M; Kiermaier J; Breitkreutz S; Schmitt-Landsiedel D; Csaba G (IEEE, 2010)
      Co/Pt multilayers were proposed as a new promising media for Nanomagnet Logic computing. Modeling of irradiated Co/Pt films is challenging as Focused Ion Beam (FIB) irradiation locally changes the magnetic properties of ...
    • Computational study of domain-wall-induced switching of Co/Pt multilayer 

      Ju X; Savo A; Lugli P; Kiermaier J; Becherer M; Breitkreutz S; Schmitt-Landsiedel D; Porod W; Csaba G (IEEE, 2012)
      Nanomagnet logic (NML) emerges as a new field of spintronics. For NML operation, strong external magnetic clocking field pulses are required. The power-efficient generation of such fields is a challenge for magnetic ...
    • Error analysis of Co/Pt multilayer based Nanomagnetic Logic 

      Ju X; Becherer M; Kiermaier J; Breitkreutz S; Lugli P; Csaba G (IEEE, 2011)
      Nanomagnetic Logic (NML) is a novel nanoscale computing paradigm based on field-coupled single-domain nanomagnets. Most of the studies so far have been focused on permalloy, where the easy axis of magnetization is in-plane. ...
    • Modeling interaction between Co/Pt nanomagnets and Permalloy domain wall for Nanomagnet Logic 

      Ju X; Kiermaier J; Savo A; Becherer M; Breitkreutz S; Eichwald I; Schmitt-Landsiedel D; Porod W; Lugli P; Csaba G (IEEE, 2012)
      Nanomagnet Logic (NML) emerges as one of the promising beyond CMOS computing architectures. Proposed NML devices require magnetic field clocking, generated by a power-hungry clocking structure. We recently proposed clocking ...