High performance computing of advanced magnetic structures designed for tomorrow’s memories and sensors
Financed by the Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research, CNCS – UEFISCDI, project number PN-II-RU-TE-2011-3-0211
In the last decade the magnetic devices industry – and in this project we are referring to both storage devices like hard-disk drives components or magnetic random access memories (MRAM) and to sensor applications – has suffered two major changes:
A new generation of paradigms in the molecular magnetism and material sciences. The magnetic anisotropy in complex units, supramolecular systems and at nano-scale
Funded by Romanian CNCS as PCCE9/2010, implemented by six teams from Romanian Universities and Research Institutes.
The magnetic anisotropy in complex units, supramolecular systems and at nano-scale draws a new axis among top subjects of the molecular magnetism, illuminating key factors such as spin coupling, magnetic anisotropy, relaxation and tunneling of magnetization, that govern special properties, like the single molecule and single chain magnet behavior.