2Dtronics group, Norway grants, UAM, NTNU
2Dtronics, Norway grants, UAM, NTNU

We are focused on selected aspects of fundamental solid-state physics and magnetism, which may support the main concept of spintronics: efficient control of the spin state and its utilization on equal footing with quasiparticle charge. In principle, we focus on such subfields of spin electronics as spin-orbitronics, magnonics, and antiferromagnetic spintronics, where the symmetries and topological properties of the systems play an essential role. We wish to focus on novel materials that may serve as a platform for phenomena where the topological nature of quasiparticle states plays an essential role and which allow for a variety of spin-to-charge interconversion phenomena. We wish to combine altogether the spin and valley degrees of freedom with the symmetries and topological properties of the system to describe and propose phenomena that enable us to work out new protocols for electronic and logic devices. Additionally, we want to study the presence of some emergent phenomena in low dimensional quantum magnetic systems, like magnon Bose-Einestein condensation and spin superfluidity, which are important from both academic and application points of view. Another important question that we address in our research is the effect of many-body interactions in low dimensional magnetic quantum materials.

Central questions:

  • How to modify the topological properties of 2D systems by external fields and forces?
  • How to exploit emergent phenomena observed in 2D crystals and interfaces in the new generation of spintronic devices?
  • How to describe recently discussed non-linear effects in quantum materials (non-linear system response, non-linear interactions)?
  • How to achieve the low-dissipation and long-range spin transport and possibility of supermagnonics phenomena in novel low-dimensional magnetic systems?
  • How important are many-body effects in these low-dimensional quantum materials?