See our newest paper on the theory and application of magnetic Weyl semimetals, led by grad student Vivian Rogers and published in PRB! We analyze the effect of Bloch vs. Neel type domain wall superlattices, and predict that these materials could allow us to build devices that have appreciable resistance change when a domain wall is present vs. not present. This means that someday, magnetic devices made of Weyl semimetals could be electrically read out without needing a magnetic tunnel junction. The work was primarily funded by the UT Austin NSF MRSEC center.

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