Physics-Based Models for Magneto-Electric Spin-Orbit Logic Circuits

@article{Li2022PhysicsBasedMF,
  title={Physics-Based Models for Magneto-Electric Spin-Orbit Logic Circuits},
  author={Hai Li and Dmitri E. Nikonov and Chia-Ching Lin and Kerem Y Çamsarı and Yu-Ching Liao and Chia-Sheng Hsu and Azad Naeemi and Ian A. Young},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2110.10890}
}
Spintronic devices are a promising beyond-CMOS device option thanks to their energy efficiency and compatibility with CMOS. To accurately capture their multi-physics dynamics, a rigorous treatment of both spin and charge and their interconversion is required. Here we present physics-based device models based on 4x4 matrices for the spin-orbit coupling part of the magneto-electric spin-orbit (MESO) device. Also, a more rigorous physics model of ferroelectric and magnetoelectric switching of… 

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