Gilbert Santiago Cañón Bermúdez, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf e.V.

November issue out now

Nature Electronics is an online-only journal that covers all areas of electronics and incorporates the work of scientists, engineers and industry.

Latest Research

  • Article |

    The interplay between spin–orbit and spin-transfer torques can be used to develop a low-power route to magnetization switching of perpendicular magnetic tunnel junctions without an external magnetic field.

    • Mengxing Wang
    • , Wenlong Cai
    • , Daoqian Zhu
    • , Zhaohao Wang
    • , Jimmy Kan
    • , Zhengyang Zhao
    • , Kaihua Cao
    • , Zilu Wang
    • , Youguang Zhang
    • , Tianrui Zhang
    • , Chando Park
    • , Jian-Ping Wang
    • , Albert Fert
    •  & Weisheng Zhao
  • Article |

    Magnetic field sensors, which are based on the anisotropic magnetoresistance effect and arranged in a Wheatstone bridge configuration, can provide an artificial magnetoreception that allows a person to orientate in an outdoor setting and manipulate objects in virtual reality.

    • Gilbert Santiago Cañón Bermúdez
    • , Hagen Fuchs
    • , Lothar Bischoff
    • , Jürgen Fassbender
    •  & Denys Makarov
  • Review Article |

    This Review Article examines state-of-the-art metrology methods for integrated circuits and highlights how new integrated circuit device design and industry requirements affect lithography options and consequently metrology requirements.

    • N. G. Orji
    • , M. Badaroglu
    • , B. M. Barnes
    • , C. Beitia
    • , B. D. Bunday
    • , U. Celano
    • , R. J. Kline
    • , M. Neisser
    • , Y. Obeng
    •  & A. E. Vladar
  • Article |

    A hafnium oxide memristor crossbar array integrated with transistors can provide a provable key destruction scheme in which unique physical fingerprints are extracted by comparing the conductance of neighbouring memristors, and can only be revealed if a digital key stored on the same array is erased.

    • Hao Jiang
    • , Can Li
    • , Rui Zhang
    • , Peng Yan
    • , Peng Lin
    • , Yunning Li
    • , J. Joshua Yang
    • , Daniel Holcomb
    •  & Qiangfei Xia

News & Comment

  • Editorial |

    In pursuit of the spin transistor and alternative memory technologies.

  • News & Views |

    Magnetic-field sensors integrated on electronic skins can provide an artificial magnetoreception that relies only on geomagnetic fields.

    • Hadi Heidari
  • Reverse Engineering |

    Spintronic devices, which exploit the spin of electrons for information processing and storage, are a key emerging technology in electronics. Supriyo Datta explains how emulating optical phenomena inspired his prediction of the spin transistor.

    • Supriyo Datta

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  • Nature Electronics publishes both fundamental and applied research across all areas of electronics, incorporating the work of scientists, engineers and industry. The journal focuses on the development of technology and understanding the impact such developments could have on society.
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