NanoMagnet Logic

author: Wolfgang Porod, Center for Nano Science and Technology, University of Notre Dame
published: Sept. 26, 2011,   recorded: September 2011,   views: 4202


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We present recent results on implementing logic using physically coupled nanomagnet arrays. The binary state of a bit is represented by the magnetization state of a single domain nanomagnet element, and logic is accomplished through direct physical interactions between them. We refer to this approach as nanomagnet logic (NML). We have demonstrated that NML satisfies the requirements for digital logic, and offers performance advantages, primarily low power and non-volatility, as a potential post-CMOS technology.

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Comment1 Jon Titus, October 17, 2012 at 9:10 p.m.:

Too bad there's no way to ship ahead in the lecture and bypass all the introductory information and get to the "meat" in this presentation. If you have an hour to sit through this lecture--I don't--you might find the information interesting. At least you can skip ahead through the slide deck.

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