Computational study of domain-wall-induced switching of Co/Pt multilayer
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SubjectNanomagnet logic (NML); Micromagnetic simulation; Magnetic domain wall; Low power dissipation
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 computing. The idea of clocking Co/Pt nanomagnets with stray field from the domain wall of a Permalloy stripe was proposed in the earlier study. Here, we present a micromagnetic investigation of Co/Pt multilayer films that strongly interact with the stray field of a Permalloy domain wall conductor. The simulated domain patterns agree well with experimental results. © 2012 IEEE.
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