Prof. M. I. Dyakonov
Professor at Lab Charles Coulomb
SPIE Involvement:
Author | Instructor
Publications (3)

Proceedings Article | 5 September 2017 Presentation + Paper
Proceedings Volume 10357, 1035702 (2017) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2277959
KEYWORDS: Metals, Magnetism

Proceedings Article | 24 September 2013 Paper
K. Romanov, N. Dyakonova, D. But, F. Teppe, W. Knap, M. Dyakonov, C. Drexler, P. Olbrich, J. Karch, M. Schafberger, S. Ganichev, Yu. Mityagin, O. Klimenko
Proceedings Volume 8846, 88460N (2013) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2022264
KEYWORDS: Polarization, Sensors, Resistance, Terahertz radiation, Transistors, Antennas, Field effect transistors, Applied physics, Millimeter wave sensors, Phase shifts

Proceedings Article | 4 September 2008 Open Access Paper
Proceedings Volume 7036, 70360R (2008) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.798110
KEYWORDS: Semiconductors, Polarization, Scattering, Electrons, Gallium arsenide, Diffusion, Laser scattering, Magnetism, Solids, Spin polarization

Conference Committee Involvement (15)
Spintronics XVI
20 August 2023 | San Diego, California, United States
Spintronics XV
21 August 2022 | San Diego, California, United States
Spintronics XIV
1 August 2021 | San Diego, California, United States
Spintronics XIII
24 August 2020 | Online Only, California, United States
Spintronics XII
11 August 2019 | San Diego, California, United States
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Course Instructor
SC1223: A Crash Course on Spin Physics
This course explains basic principles and possible applications of spin physics in semiconductors and metals, a field often referred to as “spintronics.” The course will begin by explaining various spin-related phenomena in atomic and solid state physics. Included here will be a description of optical phenomena such as optical spin orientation and detection methods and hyperfine interactions resulting from nuclear magnetic fields. Spin interactions in two-dimensional semiconductor structures will be studied as well. The course will then explore electrical spin-related effects starting with an overview of spin resonance before investigating the anomalous Hall effect and the spin Hall effect with a focus on phenomenology and microscopic mechanisms before completing with a review of experimental results and implications for applications.
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