Ultrafast spin dynamics laboratory (USDL) is a research group led by Prof. Kab-Jin Kim of KAIST (Korea Advanced Institue of Science and Techology), department of physics.
We are currently researching on spintronics and magnetism. In condensed matter physics, one of the most important physical property is spin, which is directly connected to magnetism. We are trying to observe and interpretate the spin dynamics in the magnetic materials, and apply it to the development of spintronic memory or logic devices.
Nature Materials 19, 980-985 (2020)
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 68, 1939 (2021)
Moojune Song, Min Gyu Park, San Ko, Sung Kyu Jang, Minkyu Je, and Kab-Jin Kim
"Logic Device Based on Skyrmion Annihilation"
Physical Review B 103, 014421 (2021)
Jaehyeon Park, Yuushou Hirata, Jun-Ho Kang, Soogil Lee, Sanghoon Kim, Cao Van Phuoc, Jong-Ryul Jeong, Jungmin Park, Seung-Young Park, Younghun Jo, Arata Tsukamoto, Teruo Ono, Se Kwon Kim, and Kab-Jin Kim
"Unconventional magnetoresistance induced by sperimagnetism in GdFeCo"