Researchers from the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid have for the first time visualised the unique physics of the transport of optical excitations (or excitons) in two-dimensional perovskites.
Spin-orbit coupling (SOC) is a key interaction in spintronics, allowing an electrical control of spin or magnetization and, vice versa, a magnetic control of electrical current.
21 October 2019
Researchers from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) and Instituto de Física de la Materia Condensada (IFIMAC) have developed a new technique for fabricating nanoelectrodes for the characterization of electrical transport properties at the nanoscale.
Identifying the two-dimensional (2D) topological insulating (TI) state in new materials and its control are crucial aspects towards the development of voltage-controlled spintronic devices with low-power dissipation.