Year 2009

Bisig, A., L. Heyne, O. Boulle, and M. Klaui. 2009.

Tunable steady-state domain wall oscillator with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy.

APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 95, no. 16. doi:10.1063/1.3238314.

Boulle, O., L. Heyne, et al. 2009.

Reversible switching between bidomain states by injection of current pulses in a magnetic wire with out-of-plane magnetization.

JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 105, no. 7. doi:10.1063/1.3058618.

Boulle, O., J. S Kim, K. Bouzehouane, R. Mattheis, G. Faini, and M. Klaui. 2009.

Detection of vortex core polarities by a homodyne detection scheme.


Franken, J. H, P. Mohrke, M. Klaui, J. Rhensius, L. J Heyderman, J. U Thiele, H. J. M Swagten, U. J Gibson, and U. Rudiger. 2009.

Effects of combined current injection and laser irradiation on Permalloy microwire switching.

APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 95, no. 21. doi:10.1063/1.3265944.

Heyne, L., J. Rhensius, Y. J Cho, D. Bedau, S. Krzyk, C. Dette, H. S Korner, et al. 2009.

Geometry-dependent scaling of critical current densities for current-induced domain wall motion and transformations.

PHYSICAL REVIEW B 80, no. 18. doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.80.184405.

Klaui, M., D. Ilgaz, L. Heyne, J. S Kim, O. Boulle, C. Schieback, F. Zinser, et al. 2009.

Concepts for Domain Wall Motion in Nanoscale Ferromagnetic Elements due to Spin Torque and in Particular Oersted Fields.

JOURNAL OF MAGNETICS 14, no. 2: 53-61.

Moore, T. A, M. Klaui, L. Heyne, P. Mohrke, D. Backes, J. Rhensius, U. Rudiger, et al. 2009.

Scaling of spin relaxation and angular momentum dissipation in permalloy nanowires.

PHYSICAL REVIEW B 80, no. 13. doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.80.132403.

Schieback, C., D. Hinzke, M. Klaui, U. Nowak, and P. Nielaba. 2009.

Temperature dependence of the current-induced domain wall motion from a modified Landau-Lifshitz-Bloch equation.

PHYSICAL REVIEW B 80, no. 21. doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.80.214403.

Wilhelm, E. S, D. McGrouther, L. Heyne, A. Bisig, and M. Klaui. 2009.

Vortex domain wall chirality rectification due to the interaction with end domain spin structures in permalloy nanowires.

APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 95, no. 25. doi:10.1063/1.3275576.