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Timothy J. Klemmer, Jonathan Z. Sun, Albert Fert, Jack Bass. Discoveries in spintronics continue to challenge our understanding of solid-state physics.
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Biographical prepared by sputtering in a collaboration with the team of Peter Shroeder, Jack Bass .
I was born in March 1938 in the small town of Carcassonne in the south of France. In 1990, we began to study multilayers prepared by sputtering in a collaboration with the team of Peter Shroeder, Jack Bass and Bill Pratt at Michigan State University (MSU).
An important goal of spintronics is to covert a charge current into a spin current with a controlled spin polarization that can exert torques on an adjacent magnetic layer
An important goal of spintronics is to covert a charge current into a spin current with a controlled spin polarization that can exert torques on an adjacent magnetic layer. Here we demonstrate such torques in a two ferromagnet system. A CoNi multilayer is used as a spin current source in a sample with structure CoNi/Au/CoFeB.