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Ultra-dense and ultrafast magnetic storage

FEMTOTERABYTE develops the conceptually new paradigm for ultra-dense and ultrafast magnetic storage that is envisioned to bring the technological frontier in the storage density to tens of Terabytes per inch2, while taking the operation speed for read-write into the THz. We foresee to achieve this in an all-optical platform that allows deterministic, non-thermal, low-energy, ultrafast magnetization switching at few nanometers and potentially down to a molecular length-scale.

The main building block of this technology is the antenna for light, able to operate with the optical angular momenta at a nanoscale. The project is set to develop the fundamentals for such a memory unit, and to demonstrate it in practice and in operation, mapping its suitability for future upscaling towards industrial implementation in devices.

FEMTOTERABYTE - mission statement

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Funding

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 737093.

Contact

For more information about FEMTOTERABYTE, please contact Alexander Dmitriev:
alexd@physics.gu.se

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