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Topological Phases in Magnonics


Abstract Magnonics or magnon spintronics is an emerging field focusing on generating, detecting, and manipulating magnons. As charge‐neutral quasi‐particles, magnons are promising information carriers because of their low energy dissipation and long coherence length. In the past decade, topological phases in magnonics have attracted intensive attention due to their fundamental importance in condensed‐matter physics and potential applications of spintronic devices. In this review, we mainly focus on recent progress in topological magnonics, such as the Hall effect of magnons, magnon Chern insulators, topological magnon semimetals, etc. In addition, the evidence supporting topological phases in magnonics and candidate materials are also discussed and summarized. The aim of this review is to provide readers with a comprehensive and systematic understanding of the recent developments in topological magnonics.
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hal-04364039 , version 1 (26-12-2023)



Fengjun Zhuo, Jian Kang, Aurélien Manchon, Zhenxiang Cheng. Topological Phases in Magnonics. Advanced Physics Research, 2023, ⟨10.1002/apxr.202300054⟩. ⟨hal-04364039⟩
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