Magnonics deals with dynamic excitations of magnetically ordered materials. These excitations—magnons—constitute a powerful tool for data processing on the micro and nanoscale. In this talk, I will provide an overview of the fundamentals and current trends in coherent magnonics . I will discuss the implementation in magnetic systems of novel concepts borrowed from integrated optics. Examples are directional couplers and quantum-classical analogy devices, such as a magnonic Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage (STIRAP) device . Also, I will address macroscopic quantum phenomena, such as coherent magnon Bose-Einstein condensates [3,4], and will present a way to enable room-temperature quantum computing functionalities using the magnon condensates.
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 M. Mohseni, A. Qaiumzadeh, A. A. Serga, A. Brataas, B. Hillebrands, and P. Pirro, Bose-Einstein condensation of nonequilibrium magnons in confined systems, New J. Phys. 22, 083080 (2020).
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