Monte-Carlo Simulations of Magnetic Tunnel Junctions: From physics to application

@article{Vincent2014MonteCarloSO,
  title={Monte-Carlo Simulations of Magnetic Tunnel Junctions: From physics to application},
  author={Adrien F. Vincent and W. S. Zhao and J.-O. Klein and Sylvie Galdin-Retailleau and Damien Querlioz},
  journal={2014 International Workshop on Computational Electronics (IWCE)},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-2}
}
Magnetic Tunnel Junctions (MTJs) - the basic structures of the Spin-Transfer Torque Magnetic RAMs (STT-MRAM) currently reaching the market - present a complex and probabilistic switching behavior. Although some analytical models describing this behavior exist, they can not describe all the switching regimes of the MTJs. They can model low (“subcritical”) and high (“supercritical”) currents, but not the intermediate currents, which are essential for applications. In this work, we present Monte… CONTINUE READING

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