In a new normal after the pandemic as well as in the era of AI and trillion sensors, data traffic and related energy consumption will grow exponentially. Thus, for global sustainable development, a revolution in materials science is needed to lay the foundations for information technology that operates at a much faster speed and much lower power consumption than now. By introducing “topology” in spintronics, the project discovered a new class of materials that enables such a revolution.
University of Tokyo, Institute for Solid State Physics, Johns Hopkins University
Satoru Nakatsuji is an experimental physicist who is interested in developing new materials for finding novel states of matter, and in fabricating their thin films for spintronics and energy harvesting technologies. Satoru is Professor at the University of Tokyo and the John Hopkins University.
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