NewsScientists explain how to store cipher data in magnetic
skyrmions

30th November 2020by admin0
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Scientists of Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU)
with international collaborators have proposed direct magnetic
writing of skyrmions, i.e., magnetic quasiparticles, and skyrmion
lattices, within which it is possible to encode, transmit, process
information and produce topological patterns with a resolution less
than 100 nanometers. This has applications for miniaturized
post-silicon electronics, new topological cryptography techniques
and green data centers, potentially reducing the load on the
Earth’s ecosystem significantly. A related article appears in ACS
Nano.

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