All-oxide superconductor/ferroic hybrids

This short review focuses on interface interactions in hybrid heterostructures which combine high-temperature superconductors, ferromagnets and ferroelectrics. We specifically examine two different phenomena. One of them is electric-field effects at superconductor/ferroelectric interfaces, which allow a nonvolatile, reconfigurable nanoscale modulation of superconductivity. The second phenomenon is the proximity effect at superconductor/ferromagnet interfaces. We focus in particular on the penetration of superconducting correlations into half-metal ferromagnets. For both phenomena, an overview is given on materials' issues, fabrication techniques, physical mechanisms and related devices.


Published in:
European Physical Journal-Special Topics, 222, 5, 1241-1256
Year:
2013
Publisher:
Heidelberg, Springer Heidelberg
ISSN:
1951-6355
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