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FEFU won a joint grant from the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China to develop ultra-fast electronics - EastRussia | Far East






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FEFU won a joint grant from the Russian Federation and the PRC for the development of ultrafast electronics

The FEFU scientists won a joint grant from the Russian Foundation for Basic Research and the State Fund for Natural Sciences of China (GFEN), the university press service said on Friday. The funds will allow to expand the research of multi-layer magnetic structures for spin-orbitronics - energy-efficient and ultra-fast devices for processing information and artificial intelligence.

"Spin-orbitronics is one of the most promising areas of modern science. Thanks to the latest developments, to switch the magnetization - a bit of data - in the memory cells no longer need external magnetic fields, but rather use electrical impulses. Memory cells can become much smaller, and the speed of their work will increase many times over compared to existing analogues, "the comment of the project manager, a staff member of the Laboratory of Film Technologies of the School of Natural Sciences of the university, Alexander Samardaka, appears in the message.

The grant will allow testing and obtaining new data in the laboratory for low-temperature research of the Institute of Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Joint work of colleagues from the PRC in FEFU and bilateral scientific seminars are also planned.