At Spin-Waals group we are interested in understanding the electronic and optical properties of magnetic van der Waals heterostructures by means of advanced computational methods and first-principles calculations. These materials are the building blocks of future spintronic nanodevices and new emerging quantum technologies. For this reason, at the Spin-Waals group we aim to find novel applications based on the exotic properties of these metamaterials.
Electrically tunable lateral spin-valve transistor based on bilayer CrI3. D. Marian, D. Soriano, Emmanuele Cannavó, Enrique G. Marín, Gianluca Fiori, npj 2D Materials & Applications 7, 42 (2023) (web)
News & Views: Uncovering magnetic interactions in moiré magnets. D. Soriano, Nature Computational Science (Accepted for publication)
Monolayer-to-mesoscale modulation of the optical properties in 2D CrI3 mapped by hyperspectral microscopy. M. Galbiati, F. Ramiro-Manzano, J. J. Pérez-Grau, F. Cantos-Prieto, J. Meseguer-Sánchez, I. Kosic, F. Mione, A. Pallarés-Vilar, A. Cantarero, D. Soriano, E. Navarro-Moratalla, Physical Review Letters 130, 176901 (2023) (web)
Rhombohedral-stacked bilayer transition metal dichalcogenides for high-performance atomically thin CMOS devices. X. Li, X. Shi, D. Marian, D. Soriano, T. Cusati, G. Iannacone, G. Fiori, q. Guo, W. Zhao, Y. Wu, Science Advances 9, ade5706 (2023) (web)