Emerging Non-Volatile Memory Technologies: Physics, Engineering, and Applications (Hardcover)
Microwave Oscillators and Detectors Based on Magnetic Tunnel Junctions.- Spin Transfer Torque Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory.- Current-Driven Domain Wall Dynamics in Magnetic Heterostructures for Memory Applications.- Electric-field-controlled MRAM: Physics and Applications.- Chiral Magnetic Domain Wall & Skyrmion Memory Devices.- Circuit Design for Non-volatile Magnetic Memory.- Domain Wall Programmable Magnetic Logic.- 3D Nanomagnetic Logic.- Spintronics for Neuromorphic Engineering.- Resistive Random Access Memory: Device Physics and Array Architectures.- RRAM Characterization and Modelling.- RRAM-based Neuromorphic Computing Systems.- An Automatic Sound Classification Framework with Non-Volatile Memory.
Dr. Lew is a full-time academic staff (Assistant Professor) at the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (Physics Division), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He received his PhD degree from the University of Cambridge, UK. Dr Lew has been working on magnetism and magnetic materials research for more than ten years in industrial and research laboratories. Prior to joining NTU, he worked as Research Associate at the Cavendish Laboratory. Dr Lew's research team specializes on spin-electronics or "spintronics" devices: thin film sensor growth, micro- and nano-fabrication, device transport measurement, and micromagnetic modeling. Prof. Teruo Ono is a full professor at the Institute of Chemical Research, Kyoto University, Japan. He received his D.Sc from Kyoto University, Japan in 1996. Since then he worked at Keio University and Osaka University. In 2004, he joined Kyoto University as a full professor and established the Nanospintronics group where he has been leading the research in the field of spinelectronics. His current research is focused on magnetic materials, spintronics and nanofabrication. He was the recipient of multiple awards; namely Japan IBM Science Award, the Sir Martin Wood prize. He has more than 200 papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals including Science, Nature, Nature Materials and Physical Review Letters. Dr. Sarjoosing Goolaup is a Senior Research Fellow in the Division of Physics and Applied Physics at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He received his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the National University of Singapore in 2008. He was the recipient of the Singapore Millennium Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellowship. Dr Goolaup research focus is on spin transport in magnetic nanostructures, spin logic and magnetic materials. Dr Goolaup has published over 40 papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals.