Current-induced skyrmion dynamics in constricted geometries.

@article{Iwasaki2013CurrentinducedSD,
  title={Current-induced skyrmion dynamics in constricted geometries.},
  author={J. Iwasaki and M. Mochizuki and N. Nagaosa},
  journal={Nature nanotechnology},
  year={2013},
  volume={8 10},
  pages={
          742-7
        }
}
Magnetic skyrmions--vortex-like swirling spin structures with a quantized topological number that are observed in chiral magnets--are appealing for potential applications in spintronics because it is possible to control their motion with ultralow current density. To realize skyrmion-based spintronic devices, it is essential to understand skyrmion motions in confined geometries. Here we show by micromagnetic simulations that the current-induced motion of skyrmions in the presence of geometrical… Expand
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