# Understanding current-driven dynamics of magnetic Néel walls in heavy metal/ferromagnetic metal/oxide trilayers

@article{Li2019UnderstandingCD,
title={Understanding current-driven dynamics of magnetic N{\'e}el walls in heavy metal/ferromagnetic metal/oxide trilayers},
author={Mei-lin Li and Jianbo Wang and Jie Lu},
journal={New Journal of Physics},
year={2019}
}
• Published 31 March 2018
• Physics
• New Journal of Physics
We consider analytically current-driven dynamics of magnetic Neel walls in heavy metal/ferromagnetic metal/oxide trilayers where strong spin-orbit coupling and interfacial Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction (i-DMI) coexist. We show that field-like spin-orbit torque (FL-SOT) with effective field along $\mathbf{n}\times\hat{\mathbf{J}}$ ($\mathbf{n}$ being the interface normal and $\hat{\mathbf{J}}$ being the charge current direction) and i-DMI induced torque can both lead to Walker breakdown… Expand
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