Research reports (deliverables)

 

Work package 1, Deliverable D1.1Report on modeling of antiferromagnetic spin torque, magnetoresistance, domain structure, and dynamics

This report summarizes the work of the ASPIN project consortium aiming at predicting new and explaining existing experimental observations on writing, reading, processing, and storing information in antiferromagnetic spintronic devices. It spans a broad range of works from those directly relevant to our proof-of-concept digital and analogue antiferromagnetic memory cells to fundamental studies of spin-dependent transport, domain structure and dynamics in antiferromagnets. Apart from the reference to several of our comprehensive reviews, covering our as well as world-wide research in the eld, the report outlines our original results in selected specic topics. We give references to the corresponding publications featuring details of these results and for each topic we also explicitly list the contributing teams from the consortium comprising: Institute of Physics in Prague (IOP), University of Nottingham (NOT), Max-Planck Institutes (MPG), IGS Ltd. (IGS), Charles University in Prague (CHU), Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz (JGU).

Work package 1, Deliverable D1.2Report on XMLD-PEEM measurements of electrical-pulse induced domain recongurations

This report summarizes the work of the ASPIN project consortium on X-ray magnetic linear dichroism measurements of Neel vector reorientations and domain recongurations in CuMnAs. We give references to the corresponding publications featuring details of these results and list the contributing teams from the consortium comprising: Institute of Physics in Prague (IOP), University of Nottingham (NOT), Max-Planck Institutes (MPG), IGS Ltd. (IGS), Charles University in Prague (CHU), Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz (JGU).

Work package 1, Deliverable D2.1: Report on optical and terahertz experiments

This report summarizes the work of the ASPIN project consortium on optical and THz detection and excitation of dynamics in antiferromagnets. It spans a broad range of works from developing the tools with high temporal and spatial resolution and studies of the fundamentals of spin-dynamics, to demonstrations of THz-pulse electrical switching of antiferromagnetic memory devices and THz spintronic emitters. Apart from the reference to our comprehensive review, covering our as well as world-wide research in the eld, the report outlines our original results in selected specic topics. We give references to the corresponding publications featuring details of these results and for each topic we also explicitly list the contributing teams from the consortium comprising: Institute of Physics in Prague (IOP), University of Nottingham (NOT), Max-Planck Institutes (MPG), IGS Ltd. (IGS), Charles University in Prague (CHU), Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz (JGU).

Work package 1, Deliverable D3.1Report on ab initio band structure calculations and symmetry/topology analyses in antiferromagnets

This report summarizes the work of the ASPIN project consortium on ab initio band structure calculations and symmetry/topology analyses in antiferromagnets. It spans a broad range of works from the study of the topological metal-insulator transition in Dirac semimetal antiferromagnets, to anomalous Hall eect in Weyl semimetal antiferromagnets. Apart from references to our comprehensive reviews, covering our as well as world-wide research in the eld, the report outlines our original results in selected specic topics. We give references to the corresponding publications featuring details of these results and for each topic we also explicitly list the contributing teams from the consortium comprising: Institute of Physics in Prague (IOP), University of Nottingham (NOT), Max-Planck Institutes (MPG), IGS Ltd. (IGS), Charles University in Prague (CHU), Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz (JGU).