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Jianping Wang

Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering

KHKH 6-153 (office), 625-9509
jpwang @ umn.edu • http://www.ece.umn.edu/facultyECE/ECEFACULTYJPWANG.html

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Research Areas
My primary research interests include Nanomagnetism and Quantum Spintronics with a focus on searching, fundamentally understanding and fabricating novel magnetic materials and quantum spintronic devices. Some of research programs in my group are listed as [Research Group Web Page]

Current Research

To study magnetic thin films with extremely high magnetic anisotropy, giant saturation magnetization and high spin polarization ratio and find new ways to make such materials applicable for future information, biomedical and green energy technologies.

To study magnetic nanoparticles and nanoparticle-assemblies with new properties and novel physical configurations (e.g. single-nanoparticle-based heterostructures, nanoparticle-crystals, nanoparticle-based nanocomposite) and find new ways to make such materials for biomedical magnetic sensing/imaging and magnetic hyperthermia and nanoparticle-based quantum spintronic devices.

To purse fundamental understanding of new spintronic phenomenon and design and fabricate novel spintronic devices such as STT RAM, Spin Oscillators, Spin Logic and Quantum Computing Bits and Gates.

To investigate and implement magnetic- and spintronic-based personalized biomedical devices and systems.

Selected Publications

N. Ji, X. Q. Liu, and J. P. Wang, Theory of giant saturation magnetization in α''-Fe16N2: role of partial localization in ferromagnetism of 3d transition metals, New Journal of Physics 12, 063032 (2010) [abstract]

H. Meng and J. P. Wang, Spin transfer in nanomagnetic devices with perpendicular anisotropy, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 88 (17): 172506 (2006) [abstract]

Nian Ji, Lawrence F. Allard, Edgar Lara-Curzio, and Jian-Ping Wang, N site ordering effect on partially ordered Fe16N2, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 98, 092506 (2011) [abstract]

B. Srinivasan, Y. P. Li, Y. Jing, Y. H. Xu, X. F. Yao, C. Xing and J. P. Wang, A Detection System Based on Giant Magnetoresistive Sensors and High-Moment Magnetic Nanoparticles Demonstrates Zeptomole Sensitivity: Potential for Personalized Medicine, Angewandte Chemie, 121: 2802–2805 (2009) [abstract]

A. Lyle, A. Klemm, J. Harms, H. Zhao, Y. Zhang and J. P. Wang, Probing dipole coupled nanomagnets using magnetoresistance read, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 98(9), 092502 (2011), [abstract]

A. Lyle, J. Harms, S. Patil, Y. F. Yao, D. Lilja and J. P. Wang, Direct communication between magnetic tunnel junctions for nonvolatile logic fan-out architecture, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 97 (23): 152504 (2010) [abstract]

J. P. Wang, FePt Magnetic Nanoparticles and their Assemblies for Future Magnetic Media, PROCEEDINGS of IEEE, Invited Paper in Special Issue on Advances of Magnetic Storage Technologies, vol. 96, 1847(2008) [abstract]

J.P Wang and X. F. Yao, Programmable Spintronic Logic Devices for Reconfigurable Computation and Byeond- History and outlook, JOURNAL OF NANOELECTRONICS AND OPTOELECTRONICS 3, 12 (2008), Special issue in Spintronics (Invited Paper), [abstract]

Y.F. Ding, J. Judy and J. P. Wang, Magnetic read sensor with perpendicular anisotropy, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS, 41, 707 (2005) [abstract]

H. Meng, J. Wang, and J. P. Wang, A Spintronics Full Adder for Magnetic CPU, IEEE Electron Device Letters, 26, 360 (2005) [abstract]

Education

B.S., 1989, Physics, Lanzhou University, China
M.S., 1992, Institute of Magnetic Materials, Lanzhou University, China
Ph.D., 1995, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences