Spintronics Device research group at NTU

The NTU’s Spintronics Device research group investigates spin configurations and spin transport phenomena in ultrathin magnetic structures. Specifically, strong interest is given to the development of non-volatile magnetic logic and memory devices. The research group conducts modelling and simulation for device designs, and develops spintronic devices using advanced micro- and nano-fabrication techniques.

Our research interest extends to the study of new 2D nanomaterials for device applications, and the development of micro- and nano-electromechanical devices for magnetic sensing in biological and biomedical applications.

We are an appointed member of the Singapore Spintronics Consortium, and also a member of NTU’s Silicon Technologies, Centre of Excellence.

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