Projects



Major contractual projects involving SPINTEC


SOFT – ERC Proof of Concept grant

Non-volatility is the main physical feature that fast memories, such as SRAM, are still lacking. Such memories could increase computing performance while reducing significantly the power consumption. The only viable option for sub-ns nonvolatile memory is the Spin-Orbit Torque Magnetic Random Access Memory (SOT-MRAM). The main roadblock towards the integration of the SOT-MRAM is that […]

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ERC Proof of Concept grant MAGALIGN is awarded in the framework of ERC Project MAGICAL The launching of a new generation of spintronic memory (STT-MRAM) in volume production in 2019 by all major microelectronics companies marks the adoption of spintronics by microelectronics industry. This constitutes a major milestone in the field. SPINTEC largely contributed to […]

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COMRAD – An H2020 ITN project

Overview COMRAD is an H2020 ITN projet (2020-2024). It will explore novel routes for the fastest possible and least dissipative magnetic switching in random access devices by bringing together the two disciplines of ultrafast magnetism and spin-orbitronics, creating sub-100 ps stimuli in spin-orbitronics and pushing the latter into a regime beyond the limitations of equilibrium […]

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MILF – An ANR project

MILF stands for Magnetic Imaging at Low dimensions & high Frequencies. It is a 36-month-long early-carrier ANR project. Magnetic events such as domain reversal, domain wall propagation and vortex oscillations are fast processes, broad source of spintronic applications. However, it remains extremely challenging to scrutinize the inner structure of such magnetic objects during their motion, […]

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NV-APROC – An ANR project

NV-APROC stands for Non Volatile MRAM-based Asynchronous PROCessor, a 42-month ANR project starting on October 2019, coordinated by Spintec. Micro and nano electronics integrated circuit domain has been strongly driven by the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT). The constraints become very strong, especially in terms of power consumption and autonomy. Therefore there is […]

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MISTRAL – An ANR project

MISTRAL stands for MRAM/CMOS Hybridization to Secure Cryptographic Algorithms, an 42-month ANR project starting on October 2019, coordinated by EMSE (Ecole des Mines de St Etienne in Gardanne). MISTRAL is addressing the security of the cryptography embedded in connected objects at its highest standards while keeping concern by the energy footprint. Consequently, MISTRAL aims at […]

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ADMIS – An ANR project

A very exciting field of research has recently been devoted to magnetic skyrmions: they are potential candidates to overcome the power consumption problems of the conventional microelectronic Von Neuman architectures where memory and logic functions are physically separated. Thanks to their small size, high mobility under current, they have been proposed to be used in […]

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Nanopoly — A FET-OPEN project

NANOPOLY proposes a ground-breaking yet cost effective method to extend our control over impedance and parasitic phenomena in monolithic circuit components by independently tuning electric permittivity and magnetic permeability of the integrated layers to values far beyond what nature can provide. This approach will re-define all components used in existing analogue circuit design regardless of […]

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C3DS – An ANR-DFG project

C3DS stands for Chemistry for three-dimensional Spintronics, and is a 36-month ANR-DFG project (2019-2022). Spintronics has become a mature technology for applications, such as magnetic field sensing and solid-state memories. However, it is almost exclusively based on planar processes such as thin film deposition and patterning. Extending spintronics to 3D devices would provide new integrated […]

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Tocha for Dissipationless topological channels for information transfer and quantum metrology, is a Research and Innovation Action FETPROACTIVE project funded by the European Commission. The goal of TOCHA, a five years project head by Sergio O. Valenzuela from ICN2, Barcelona, and for which Spintec is partner, is to develop the next generation of topological devices […]

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