Magnonics and Magnonic Crystalls

When: Friday, May 10 at 12:20
Where: Faculty of Radio Physics, Electronics and Computer Systems
What: Magnonics and Magnonic Crystalls
Who: Anastasiia Korniienko

Magnonics is the field of science referring to information transport and processing by spin waves. Magnons are the quanta of spin waves. They have advantages offering more efficient concepts for data transport and processing. Periodic magnetic structures play an important role in the magnonics. Such artificial magnetic materials with properties periodically varied in space is magnonic crystals. They are perspective for controlling and manipulating the magnons due to the spin-waves spectrum. We will discuss about different methods for magnons excitation and detection, magnonic crystals and magnonic devices this Friday.

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