NewsResearch demonstrates how small amounts of strain can be
used to control a material’s properties

20th April 2021by admin0
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New research on an atomically-thin semiconductor
demonstrates how a material’s magnetism can be controlled using
small amounts of strain. Published in Nature Nanotechnology, this
study provides key insights for applications ranging from new
spintronic devices to faster hard drives. This research was
conducted by graduate student Zhuoliang Ni and led by assistant
professor Liang Wu in collaboration with Penn’s Charlie Kane and
Eugene Mele, as well as researchers from the University of
Tennessee, Knoxville, Texas A&M University, the University of
Fribourg, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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