An estimated 4.63 billion terabytes of data will be generated daily by 2025. To accommodate this staggering number, low-power magnetic media with higher data density and faster I/O speeds is crucial. 2D magnets are essential for next-gen magnetic random-access memories (MRAMs). 2D-MRAMs marrying ultracompactness to ultralow power consumption are key to sustainably handling future data volumes.
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The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
Hi! I’m a Nubian-American materials scientist completing a PhD on the motion of heat and electrons through thin films of the 2D magnetic material: Chromium Telluride (Cr-Te). My passions include sustainable semiconductor development, science outreach, and baking!