If you use TetraX for your research, please see here on how to cite us.
Publications relevant for the this package:#
The following publications were essential in the development of TetraX.
L. Körber, G. Quasebarth, A. Hempel, F. Zahn, A. Otto, E. Westphal, R. Hertel and A. Kákay (2022). “TetraX: Finite-Element Micromagnetic-Modeling Package”, Rodare. DOI: 10.14278/rodare.1418
Körber, et al., “Finite-element dynamic-matrix approach for spin-wave dispersions in magnonic waveguides with arbitrary cross section”, AIP Advances 11, 095006 (2021)
Körber and Kákay, “Numerical reverse engineering of general spin-wave dispersions: Bridge between numerics and analytics using a dynamic-matrix approach”, Phys. Rev. B 104, 174414 (2021)
Körber, et al., “Finite-element dynamic-matrix approach for propagating spin waves: Extension to mono- and multilayers of arbitrary spacing and thickness”, AIP Advances 12, 115206 (2022)
Research using TetraX:#
The following publications used TetraX or a previous version of it (ordered chronologically).
Körber, et al., “Symmetry and curvature effects on spin waves in vortex-state hexagonal nanotubes”, Phys. Rev. B 104, 184429 (2021)
Körber, et al., “Mode splitting of spin waves in magnetic nanotubes with discrete symmetries”, Phys. Rev. B 105, 184435 (2022)
Körber, et al., “Curvilinear spin-wave dynamics beyond the thin-shell approximation: Magnetic nanotubes as a case study”, Phys. Rev. B 106, 014405 (2022)
Riedel , et al. “Hybridization‐Induced Spin‐Wave Transmission Stop Band within a 1D Diffraction Grating”, Advanced Physics Research (2023)
Iurchuk , et al. “Tailoring crosstalk between localized 1D spin-wave nanochannels using focused ion beams”, Scientific Reports volume 13, Article number: 764 (2023)
Hache , et al. “Control of 4-magnon-scattering in a magnonic waveguide by pure spin current”, arXiv preprint (2023)