Field-free magnetization reversal by spin-Hall effect and exchange bias

@inproceedings{Brink2016FieldfreeMR,
  title={Field-free magnetization reversal by spin-Hall effect and exchange bias},
  author={A van den Brink and G Guus Vermijs and Aur{\'e}lie Solignac and Justin Koo and Juergen T. Kohlhepp and H. J. M. Swagten and B. Koopmans},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2016}
}
As the first magnetic random access memories are finding their way onto the market, an important issue remains to be solved: the current density required to write magnetic bits becomes prohibitively high as bit dimensions are reduced. Recently, spin-orbit torques and the spin-Hall effect in particular have attracted significant interest, as they enable magnetization reversal without high current densities running through the tunnel barrier. For perpendicularly magnetized layers, however, the… CONTINUE READING
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