In recent years, there has been a growing interest in spin-related quantum materials and devices, as they have the potential to revolutionize various technological domains. The spin degree of freedom, arising from the intrinsic angular momentum of elementary particles, offers unique opportunities for manipulating and controlling quantum information. Exploiting spin properties can lead to advancements in information storage, computing, communication, and sensing.
This special topic issue focuses on a range of research areas, including non-collinear antiferromagnets, 2D magnetic materials and van der Waals heterostructures, topological materials with unique spin textures, superconducting spintronic materials and devices, spintronic intelligent devices, magnonic intelligent devices, and spin qubits et al. We invite researchers to submit their original research articles, reviews, and perspectives that delve into the fundamental understanding, design, fabrication, characterization, and theoretical modeling of spin-related phenomena. The focus is on uncovering underlying principles, elucidating the quantum behavior of spin in materials, and harnessing these properties for innovative spin-based technologies.
Topics covered include, but are not limited to:
- Non-collinear antiferromagnets
- 2D magnetic materials and van der Waals heterostructures
- Topological materials with unique spin textures
- Superconducting spintronic materials and devices
- Spintronic intelligent devices
- Magnonic intelligent devices
- Spin Qubits
Guang Yang, School of Integrated Circuit Science and Engineering, Beihang University
Weisheng Zhao, School of Integrated Circuit Science and Engineering, Beihang University
Shouguo Wang, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Anhui University