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Ground state search, hysteretic behaviour, and reversal mechanism of skyrmionic textures in confined helimagnetic nanostructures - Marijan Beg, Rebecca Carey, Weiwei Wang, David Cortes, Mark Vousden, Marc-Antonio Bisotti, Maximilian Albert, Dmitri Chernyshenko, Ondrej Hovorka, Robert L. Stamps and Hans Fangohr
Type: Article | 2015

Magnon-driven domain-wall motion with the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction - Weiwei Wang, Maximilian Albert, Marijan Beg, Marc-Antonio Bisotti, Dmitri Chernyshenko, David Cortes-Ortuno, Ian Hawke and Hans Fangohr
Type: Article | 2015 | Item availability restricted.

Driving magnetic skyrmions with microwave fields - Weiwei Wang, Marijan Beg, Bin Zhang, Wolfgang Kuch and Hans Fangohr
Type: Article | 2015 | Item not available on this server.

Phenomenological description of the nonlocal magnetization relaxation in magnonics, spintronics, and domain-wall dynamics - Weiwei Wang, Mykola Dvornik, Mark-Antonio Bisotti, Dmitri Chernyshenko, Marijan Beg, Maximilian Albert, Arne Vansteenkiste, Bartel V. Waeyenberge, Andriy N. Kuchko, Volodymyr Kruglyak and Hans Fangohr
Type: Article | 2015

Microwave-induced dynamic switching of magnetic skyrmion cores in nanodots - Bin Zhang, Weiwei Wang, Marijan Beg, Hans Fangohr and Wolfgang Kuch
Type: Article | 2015

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