Emerging Quantum Nanoelectronic Technology
We seek to set scene for the next 25 years of post-Moore’s law electronics.
This means using new quantum electronic and spintronic materials in new nanoscale devices to outperform the status quo or completely revolutionize the way we think about computing from the device scale up.
Why do we need charge for computation at all? Can we store and process information using quantum spin instead?
- Thermal magnonics
- Pure spin transport
Using a new class of van der Waal bonded 2D materials we can develop better, faster and more functional nanoscale electronic devices. By combining different types of quantum order in these systems, the possibilities for new behavior become even greater.
- 2D Straintronics
A growing list of quantum materials are known to have unique collective excitations and properties that behave like nothing else in our universe. Examples include: magnetic monopoles, fractionally charged excitations, spins without charge, Majorana fermions and much more. Can we detect the unique behaviors of these excitations in devices made from quantum materials, and can we put them to use for computation?
- Thermal spin correlation spectroscopy
- Quantum spin liquids