APREX TRACK R&D for new storage material development

APREX TRACK R&D et le développement de nouveaux matériaux pour le stockage informatique.

Since November 2017, the Center for Magnetic Recording Research (CMRR) at the University of San Diego, California, has been using our software to analyze Kerr microscopy snapshots. Our tool allows this team to measure and monitor close to 1000 particles per image drowned in a very important noise. APREX TRACK R&D allowed for the first time to obtain a systematic information on the dynamics of skyrmions.

Tolley, R. D. (2017). Manipulation of Magnetic Textures in Thin Films and Devices (Doctoral dissertation, UC San Diego).

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