"Quantum molecular spintronics based on single-molecule magnets: Kondo Effect, single-molecule memory, and MOF-spintronics" (Fri, 5 July 2019)
Quantum molecular spintronics based on single-molecule magnets: Kondo Effect, single-molecule memory, and MOF-spintronicsby Professor Masahiro Yamashita, Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
Friday, 5 July 2019 @ 11 am
ICMAB - Sala d'Actes Carles Miravitlles
Spintronics is a key technology in the 21st century. Although bulk or classical magnets composed of transition metals are normally used, in our study, we use Single-Molecule Magnets (SMMs) to overcome “Moore`s Limitation”. For realizing the single-molecule memory device, by using spin-polarized STM with Co atom tip (paramagnet), we have succeeded to write and read the spin orientations on TbPc2 as up and down, respectively.
For realizing the quantum computer, the spin Qubits and coherence at room temperature are very important. For this purpose, we synthesized porphyrin V(IV) complex (0D) and MOF-Porphyrin V(IV) complexes (2D and 3D). The 3D complex shows Rabi nutation even at room temperature due to the rigid lattice of MOF.
Hosted by Jaume Veciana, NANOMOL group
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