Low-nuclearity molecules allow for a full numerical treatment of the multi-spin Hamiltonian, where degrees of freedom associated with the individual ions can be adequately tested.
The commutation between spin anisotropy operators leads to complex dynamics where the magnetic state of the molecule may develop excited precessional states.
High-Q superconducting resonators designed with nano-constrictions may allow the coupling a photon cavity mode with a single molecular spin.
Study of charge rectification in tunnel junctions bridged by molecular chains including a ferrocene active conductive unit placed asymmetrically within the chain.
Investigation of the interplay between high-spin states of an individual SMM and conduction electrons in a three-terminal single-electron transistor.
Study of the transport properties of individual noble-metal nanoparticles in the presence of optical irradiation inducing plasmonic resonance.
An study aimed at understanding and controlling the injection of pure spin currents in graphene-based spintronics devices.
Dynamical generation of pure spin currents as the basis for the next generation of reliable and energy efficient magnetic memory devices.
Integration of graphene-based transistors with an STM to produce a gateable three-terminal transport spectroscopy tool for active molecular imaging.