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Defect Nanostructure and its Impact on Magnetism of α-Cr2O3 Thin Films

Defect Nanostructure and its Impact on Magnetism of α-Cr2O3 Thin Films
Thin films of the magnetoelectric insulator α-Cr2O3 are technologically relevant for energy-efficient magnetic memory devices controlled by electric fields. In contrast to single crystals, the...

Fundamentals of curvilinear ferromagnetism: Statics and dynamics of geometrically curved wires and narrow ribbons

Fundamentals of curvilinear ferromagnetism: Statics and dynamics of geometrically curved wires and narrow ribbons
Low-dimensional magnetic architectures including wires and thin films are key enablers of prospective ultrafast and energy efficient memory, logic, and sensor devices relying on spin-orbitronic...

Nematic shells: new insights in topology- and curvature-induced effects

Nematic shells: new insights in topology- and curvature-induced effects
Within the framework of continuum theory, we draw a parallel between ferromagnetic materials and nematic liquid crystals confined on curved surfaces, which are both characterized...

New dimension in magnetism and superconductivity: 3D and curvilinear nano-architectures

New dimension in magnetism and superconductivity: 3D and curvilinear nano-architectures
Traditionally, the primary field, where curvature has been at the heart of research, is the theory of general relativity. In recent studies, however, the impact...
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