Publications in Scientific Journals:

C. Vogler, C. Abert, F. Bruckner, D. Süss, D. Praetorius:
"Areal density optimization for heat-assisted magnetic recording on high-density media";
Journal of Applied Physics, 119 (22) (2016), 223903; 223903-1 - 223903-12.

English abstract:
Heat-assisted magnetic recording (HAMR) is hoped to be the future recording technique for highdensity storage devices. Nevertheless, there exist several realization strategies. With a coarsegrained Landau-Lifshitz-Bloch model, we investigate in detail the benefits and disadvantages of a continuous and pulsed laser spot recording of shingled and conventional bit-patterned media. Additionally, we compare single-phase grains and bits having a bilayer structure with graded Curie temperature, consisting of a hard magnetic layer with high TC and a soft magnetic one with low TC, respectively. To describe the whole write process as realistically as possible, a distribution of the grain sizes and Curie temperatures, a displacement jitter of the head, and the bit positions are considered. For all these cases, we calculate bit error rates of various grain patterns, temperatures, and write head positions to optimize the achievable areal storage density. Within our analysis, shingled HAMR with a continuous laser pulse moving over the medium reaches the best results and thus has the highest potential to become the next-generation storage device.

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