CD-Lab "Future magnetic sensors and materials"

CD Labor

Description

The aim is the development and design of new sensor devices for the automotive industry, which are also applicable for biomedical application. This project which involves world renowned experts in micromagnetics and Infineon, the world market leader in semiconductor based sensors will lead to the unique opportunity to solve the challenging problem of computer aided design and development of large scale semiconductor-based magnetic sensors. This interplay between simulation and experiments is believed to be the key success factor of this project. This combined effort will be used to optimize existing sensors, to solve performance issues, and to develop new designs for improved sensing.
The financial support by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and
Economy and the National Foundation for Research, Technology and Development (CD
Laboratory AMSEN) is gratefully acknowledged.

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Project Partner in CD-Lab “Future magnetic sensors and materials”

The aim is the development and design of new sensor devices for the automotive industry which are also applicable for biomedical application. This project which involves experts in micromagnetics from University Vienna (lead) and Infineon, the world market leader in semiconductor based magnetic sensors, will lead to the unique opportunity to solve the challenging problem of computer aided design and development of large scale semiconductor-based magnetic sensors. This interplay between simulation and experiments is believed to be the key success factor. Combined efforts will be used to optimize existing sensors, to solve performance issues, and to develop new designs for improved sensing.

Details

Duration 01/01/2015 - 30/06/2020
Funding sonstige öffentlich-rechtliche Einrichtungen (Körperschaften, Stiftungen, Fonds)
Program
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Department

Department for Integrated Sensor Systems

Center for Micro and Nano Sensors

Principle investigator for the project (Danube University Krems) Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hubert Brückl

Publications

Weitensfelder, H.; Brueckl, H.; Satz, A.; Sueß, D. (2019). Temperature Dependence of Noise in Giant- and Tunneling Magnetoresistive Vortex Sensors. IEEE Trans. Mag., Vol. 55: 1

Wurft, T.; Raberg, W.; Prügl, K.; Satz, A.; Reiss, G.; Brueckl, H. (2019). Evolution of magnetic vortex formation in micron-sized disks. Appl. Phys. Lett., 115: 132407

Suess, D.; Bachleitner-Hofmann, A.; Satz, A.; Weitensfelder, H.; Vogler C.; Bruckner, F.; Abert, C.; Prügl, K.; Zimmer, J.; Huber, C.; Luber, S.; Raberg, W.; Schrefl, T.; Brückl, H. (2018). Topologically Protected Vortex Structures to Realize Low-Noise Magnetic Sensors with High Linear Range. Nature Electronics, Vol. 1: 362-370

Weitensfelder, H.; Brueckl, H.; Satz A.; Pruegl, K.; Zimmer, J.; Luber, S.; Raberg, W.; Abert C.; Bruckner, F.; Bachleitner-Hofmann, R.; Windl, R.; Suess, D. (2018). Comparison of sensitivity and low-frequency noise contributions in giant-magnetoresistive and tunneling-magnetoresistive spin-valve sensors with a vortex-state free layer. Physical Review Applied, Vol. 10: 054056

Lectures

Vortex magnetization state applied in magnetoresistive sensors

SPIE.Nanoscience & Engineering, Spintronics 12, San Diego, USA, 15/08/2019

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