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MRIS, ITE-MMS 2023-12-07
Ehime Ehime Univ. (CITE)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Thermal Distributions of Recording Layers for in 3D Heat-assisted Magnetic Recording
Koya Maeda, Fumiko Akagi (Kogakuin Univ) MRIS2023-25
In a 3D heat assisted magnetic recording method using a double-layer bit patterned medium (BPM), we investigated the rel... [more] MRIS2023-25
MRIS, ITE-MMS 2019-07-19
Tokyo Kogakuin Univ. Relation between conditions of dots and areal recording density in HDMR
Naofumi Matsushima, Fumiko Akagi (Kogakuin Univ.) MRIS2019-13
Heated dot magnetic recording (HDMR), which is a new recording method combining heat assisted magnetic recording (HAMR) ... [more] MRIS2019-13
MRIS, ITE-MMS 2018-06-08
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Effects of FGL with Negative Anisotropy Constant on Reduction of Injection Current Density
Fumiko Akagi, Aina Kase, Zeon Sai, Kazuetsu Yoshida (Kogakuin Univ.) MRIS2018-9
Microwave assisted magnetic recording(MAMR) is one of the promising recording methods to achieve high magnetic recording... [more] MRIS2018-9
MRIS, ITE-MMS 2017-06-09
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Saturation Magnetization and Thickness of SIL for Reduction of Injection Current Density for STO with Dual SIL
Aina Kase, Tomoko Kamimura, Fumiko Akagi, Kazuetsu Yoshida (Kogakuin Univ.) MR2017-7
Microwave assisted magnetic recording(MAMR) is one of the promising recording methods to achieve high magnetic recording... [more] MR2017-7
MRIS, ITE-MMS 2015-06-05
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Effects of Thermal Distribution and Head Field Rise Time on Bit Error Rate for Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording Combined with BPM
Naoya Tamura, Fumiko Akagi (Kogakuin Univ.) MR2015-8
 [more] MR2015-8
MRIS, ITE-MMS 2014-11-25
Tokyo Waseda Univ. Influences of Damping Constants on Oscillation Behaviors of STO and Method for Increasing AC-Field Amplitude in MAMR
Riki Koga, Fumiko Akagi, Kazuetsu Yoshida (Kogakuin Univ.) MR2014-23
Magnetic recording of a hard disk drive is suffering from a trilemma among noise, thermal fluctuation and writability, w... [more] MR2014-23
MRIS, ITE-MMS 2012-10-18
Akita AIT [Invited Talk] Thermally Assisted Magnetic Recording beyond 5Tb/in2 -- Ultara-high Density Nanobit Magnetic Recording Technology --
Harukazu Miyamoto, Fumiko Akagi, Masaki Mukoh, Hisako Takei, Junko Ushiyama (Hitachi) MR2012-20
NEDO project: “Development of ultra-high density nano-bit magnetic recording technologies” aims to achieve 2.5 to 5 Tbit... [more] MR2012-20
MRIS, ITE-MMS 2012-10-18
Akita AIT Study of write head pole design for thermally assisted magnetic recording with density around 2.5 Tbit/in2
Kiyoshi Yamakawa, Kazuyuki Ise (AIT), Fumiko Akagi, Katsuro Watanabe, Masukazu Igarashi, Harukazu Miyamoto (Hitachi) MR2012-21
Design of write head pole structure for thermally assisted magnetic recording was studied by head field calculation and ... [more] MR2012-21
ITE-MMS, MRIS 2010-07-08
Ibaraki Ibaraki Univ. Thermally assisted magnetic recording simulation to achieve areal recording density of 1Tb/in2 - 2.5 Tb/in2
Fumiko Akagi, Akemi Hirotsune, Hiroaki Nemoto, Takuya Matsumoto, Yasutaka Ookura, Masaki Mukoh, Junko Ushiyama, Harukazu Miyamoto (Hitachi) MR2010-17
We studied the head/medium conditions to achieve an areal recording density of 1 Tb/in2 - 2.5 Tb/in2 using micromagnetic... [more] MR2010-17
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