Ki-Young Lee, Korea Institute of Science and Technology

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Latest Research

  • Article |

    Single isolated magnetic skyrmions can be electrically written and deleted at room temperature in a magnetic device with a technologically relevant stripline geometry, a process that can be directly observed using time-resolved X-ray pump–probe measurements.

    • Seonghoon Woo
    • , Kyung Mee Song
    • , Xichao Zhang
    • , Motohiko Ezawa
    • , Yan Zhou
    • , Xiaoxi Liu
    • , Markus Weigand
    • , Simone Finizio
    • , Jörg Raabe
    • , Min-Chul Park
    • , Ki-Young Lee
    • , Jun Woo Choi
    • , Byoung-Chul Min
    • , Hyun Cheol Koo
    •  & Joonyeon Chang
  • Review Article |

    This Review Article assesses the different techniques used to characterize memristive switching in nanoionic devices and proposes a general framework for such devices, based on the relative strengths and weaknesses in each case.

    • Yuchao Yang
    •  & Ru Huang
  • Article |

    Implantable pressure and strain sensors based on biodegradable materials have been designed to naturally decompose after their useful lifetime, eliminating the need for surgical extraction of the device.

    • Clementine M. Boutry
    • , Yukitoshi Kaizawa
    • , Bob C. Schroeder
    • , Alex Chortos
    • , Anaïs Legrand
    • , Zhen Wang
    • , James Chang
    • , Paige Fox
    •  & Zhenan Bao
  • Article |

    Wireless sensors employing a generalized parity–time-symmetry telemetric sensing technique exhibit finer spectral resolution and more sensitive frequency response compared to conventional passive sensors.

    • Pai-Yen Chen
    • , Maryam Sakhdari
    • , Mehdi Hajizadegan
    • , Qingsong Cui
    • , Mark Ming-Cheng Cheng
    • , Ramy El-Ganainy
    •  & Andrea Alù

News & Comment

  • News & Views |

    Topologically protected whirl-like magnetic textures are deterministically created and deleted using current pulses.

    • Karin Everschor-Sitte
    • , Jairo Sinova
    •  & Artem Abanov
  • News & Views |

    An implantable strain and pressure sensor, which is made from biodegradable polymers, could be used to track the healing of tendons and then degrade after its useful lifetime.

    • Sung-Geun Choi
    •  & Seung-Kyun Kang
  • Editorial |

    Technological innovation can require both an understanding of the past and a clear vision for the future — as the development of memristive devices illustrates.

About the Journal

  • Nature Electronics publishes fundamental and applied research in electronics, incorporating the work of scientists, engineers and industry. At its core, the journal is concerned with the development of new technologies and understanding the impact of these developments on society.
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  • The Chief Editor of Nature Electronics is Owain Vaughan, who was previously an editor at Nature Nanotechnology and a strategy editor for Nature Research. The other members of the editorial team are Michael Lee, Christiana Varnava and Stuart Thomas.
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