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2020 journal article
Towards radiation detection using Cs2AgBiBr6 double perovskite single crystals
MATERIALS LETTERS, 269.
By: Z. Zhang, C. Chung, Z. Huang, E. Vetter, D. Seyitliyev, D. Sun, K. Gundogdu, F. Castellano, E. Danilov, G. Yang
Tuning the interfacial spin-orbit coupling with ferroelectricity
NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 11(1).
By: M. Fang, Y. Wang, H. Wang, Y. Hou, E. Vetter, Y. Kou, W. Yang, L. Yin ...and 9 other authors, including 1 NC State author, Z. Xiao, Z. Li, L. Jiang, H. Lee, S. Zhang, R. Wu, X. Xu, D. Sun, J. Shen
Visualizing Tailored Spin Phenomena in a Reduced-Dimensional Topological Superlattice
By: R. Sun, S. Yang, X. Yang, A. Kumar, E. Vetter, W. Xue, Y. Li, N. Li ...and 8 other authors, including 1 NC State author, Y. Li, S. Zhang, B. Ge, X. Zhang, W. He, A. Kemper, D. Sun, Z. Cheng
2019 journal article
Isotropic non-local Gilbert damping driven by spin pumping in epitaxial Pd/Fe films on MgO(001) substrates
NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 21(10).
By: Y. Li, Y. Li, Q. Liu, Z. Xie, E. Vetter, Z. Yuan, W. He, H. Liu ...and 7 other authors, including 1 NC State author, D. Sun, K. Xia, W. Yu, Y. Sun, J. Zhao, X. Zhang, Z. Cheng
Large Tunable Spin-to-Charge Conversion Induced by Hybrid Rashba and Dirac Surface States in Topological Insulator Heterostructures
NANO LETTERS, 19(7), 4420–4426.
By: R. Sun, S. Yang, X. Yang, E. Vetter, D. Sun, N. Li, L. Su, Y. Li ...and 8 other authors, Y. Li, Z. Gong, Z. Xie, K. Hou, Q. Gul, W. He, X. Zhang, Z. Cheng
Low temperature cathodoluminescence study of Fe-doped beta-Ga2O3
MATERIALS LETTERS, 257.
By: I. Hany, G. Yang, C. Zhou, C. Sun, K. Gundogdu, D. Seyitliyev, E. Danilov, F. Castellano, D. Sun, E. Vetter
Nonvolatile Multilevel States in Multiferroic Tunnel Junctions
PHYSICAL REVIEW APPLIED, 12(4).
By: M. Fang, S. Zhang, W. Zhang, L. Jiang, E. Vetter, H. Lee, X. Xu, D. Sun, J. Shen
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