PACS numbers

75.76.+j Spin transport effects 78.56.−a Photoconduction and photovoltaic effects 85.75.−d Magnetoelectronics; spintronics: devices exploiting spin polarized transport or integrated magnetic fields
  1. Yu.N. Barabanenkov, S.A. Nikitov, M.Yu. Barabanenkov “Quantum fluctuations in magnetic nanostructures62 82–91 (2019)
    75.30.Ds, 75.76.+j, 75.78.−n (all)
  2. A.K. Zvezdin, M.D. Davydova, K.A. Zvezdin “Ultrafast spin dynamics and inverse spin Hall effect in nanostructures with giant spin-orbit coupling61 1127–1136 (2018)
    75.75.−c, 75.76.+j, 75.78.Cd, 75.78.Jp, 78.20.Ls (all)
  3. D.A. Tatarskiy, A.V. Petrenko et alFeatures of the motion of spin 1/2 particles in a noncoplanar magnetic field59 583–587 (2016)
    03.65.Nk, 28.20.−v, 85.75.−d (all)
  4. V.A. Soltamov, P.G. Baranov “Radio spectroscopy of the optically aligned spin states of color centers in silicon carbide59 605–610 (2016)
    76.30.−v, 78.47.−p, 85.75.−d (all)
  5. A.P. Pyatakov, A.S. Sergeev et alMicromagnetism and topologic defects in magnetoelectric media58 981–992 (2015)
    75.85.+t, 85.70.−w, 85.75.−d (all)
  6. S.A. Nikitov, D.V. Kalyabin et alMagnonics: a new research area in spintronics and spin wave electronics58 1002–1028 (2015)
    75.30.Ds, 85.70.−w, 85.75.−d (all)
  7. Spintronics and nanomagnetism (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 25 April 2012)55 1255–1267 (2012)
    01.10.Fv, 61.72.−y, 62.20.−x, 62.30.+d, 75.47.−m, 75.75.−c, 85.75.−d (all)
  8. A.A. Fraerman “Magnetic states and transport properties of ferromagnetic nanostructures55 1255–1260 (2012)
    75.47.−m, 75.75.−c, 85.75.−d (all)
  9. A.P. Pyatakov, A.K. Zvezdin “Magnetoelectric and multiferroic media55 557–581 (2012)
    75.85.+t, 85.70.−w, 85.75.−d (all)
  10. N.V. Volkov “Spintronics: manganite-based magnetic tunnel structures55 250–269 (2012)
    72.25.−b, 75.76.+j, 85.75.−d (all)
  11. Yu.G. Kusrayev “Spin phenomena in semiconductors: physics and applications53 725–738 (2010)
    75.47.−m, 75.76.+j, 85.75.−d (all)
  12. S.A. Tarasenko “Spin photocurrents in semiconductors53 739–742 (2010)
    75.76.+j, 78.56.−a, 85.75.−d (all)
  13. N.S. Averkiev “Spin relaxation anisotropy in two-dimensional semiconductors53 742–745 (2010)
    75.76.+j, 76.30.−v, 85.75.−d (all)
  14. Yu.V. Gulyaev, P.E. Zil’berman, E.M. Epshtein “Nano-sized structures incorporating ferromagnetic metal layers: new effects due to the passage of a perpendicular current51 409–412 (2008)
    72.25.−b, 75.75.+a, 85.75.−d (all)
  15. A.K. Zvezdin, K.A. Zvezdin, A.V. Khval’kovskii “The generalized Landau-Lifshitz equation and spin transfer processes in magnetic nanostructures51 412–417 (2008)
    72.25.−b, 75.75.+a, 85.75.−d (all)
  16. B.P. Zakharchenya, V.L. Korenev “Integrating magnetism into semiconductor electronics48 603–608 (2005)
    72.25.Pn, 78.67.−n, 85.75.−d (all)
  17. P.G. Baranov, A.M. Kalashnikova et alSpintronics of semiconductor, metallic, dielectric, and hybrid structures”, accepted
    85.75.−d, 75.76.+j, 75.78.Jp, 78.30.Fs, 78.55.Et, 76.70.Hb, 75.30.Kz, 75.50.Bb, 75.50.Gg (all)
  18. S.A. Nikitov, A.R. Safin et alDielectric magnonics - from gigahertz to tetrahertz”, accepted
    85.70.−w, 85.75.−d (all)
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