Intrinsic Josephson effect and prospects of superconducting spintronics

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  1. Editors:
    Prof. Anatoli Sidorenko, Institute of Electronic Engineering and Nanotechnologies, Moldova
    Prof. Vladimir Krasnov, University of Stockholm, Sweden
    Prof. Horst Hahn, Institute of Nanotechnology, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

In the last decade, a very rapid development in superconducting spintronics based on functional nanostructures and Josephson junctions has been observed as well as their implementation in quantum computer building blocks and in the design of novel brain-like artificial neural networks and computers with non-von Neumann architecture

The main goal of this thematic issue is to highlight the new research area of superconductor/ferromagnetic hybrid nanostructures, including various elements with intrinsic Josephson effect and their applications in quantum electronics and spintronics. In addition, the thematic issue will also highlight some other interesting functional nanostructures in the fascinating world of nanoelectronics.

Research contributions to this thematic issue may include but are not limited to the following topics:

  • Physics and applications of the intrinsic Josephson effect
  • Superconductor/ferromagnetic hybrid structures and prospects of superconducting spintronics
  • High-frequency Josephson devices
  • Modelling of functional nanostructures
  • Unconventional and topological superconductivity
  • Artificial neural networks, qubits, and quantum computing

Submission deadline: December 31, 2021

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