RESEARCH




On Thursday October 17 at 11:00 we have the pleasure to welcome Julie Grollier from Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS/Thales. She will give us a seminar at CEA/SPINTEC, Bat 1005, room 434A entitled : Dynamics and oscillations in spintronic neural nets The brain displays many features typical of non-linear dynamical networks, such as synchronization or […]

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A. Manchon, J. Železný, I. M. Miron, T. Jungwirth, J. Sinova, A. Thiaville, K. Garello, and P. Gambardella. Rev. Mod. Phys. 91, 035004 (2019) Spin-orbit coupling in inversion-asymmetric magnetic crystals and structures has emerged as a powerful tool to generate complex magnetic textures, interconvert charge and spin under applied current, and control magnetization dynamics. Current-induced spin-orbit […]

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You find here the list of proposals for Master-2 internships to take place at Spintec during Spring 2020. In most cases, these internships are intended to be suitable for a longer-term PhD work. Interested Master-1 students are also encouraged to apply. You may download the full list of proposals, along with an introduction to the […]

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A GMR Heads oral history panel was held at the Computer History Museum, Mountain view, California, in May 2019. It celebrated the introduction of giant magnetoresistance (GMR) heads in hard disk drives in 1997, which has been a key is sustaining the growth rate of areal density in magnetic recording. The panel featured four colleagues […]

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On Wednesday 16th of October at 14h00 Mohamed Ali NSIBI, will defend his thesis entitled : Asymmetric magnetic domain walls motion in a two-dimensional geometry: causes and effects Place : CEA 17 rue des Martyrs, bat 1005 room 445 (persons who do not have a CEA badge must request an entry authorization sufficiently in advance, […]

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Spin Orbit Torque Magnetic RAM (SOT-MRAM) approach represents a new way to overcome Spin Transfer Torque (STT) memory limitations by separating the reading and the writing paths. It is particularly interesting for high-speed applications that do not require very high density because of two transistors per bit cell. This work introduces a high-density SOT-MRAM memory […]

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Spin-charge conversion phenomena harnessing the spin orbit coupling are promising for the future of spintronics, allowing in one way (charge–to-spin) the generation of torque on magnetic elements and in the other way (spin-to-charge) the detection of spin current for spin logic or neuromorphic operations. We report a highly tunable and record spin-to-charge conversion in a […]

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Aurélien Masseboeuf joins SPINTEC

Aurélien Masseboeuf is a recognized expert in transmission electron microscopy techniques applied to magnetic microscopy. Following a PhD and post-doc period in Grenoble, he further developed his expertise and carrier during ten years as CNRS research scientist. He has been working in CEMES (Toulouse), one of the craddles of French electron microscopy. Aurélien joined Spintec […]

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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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In the field of spintronics, ferromagnetic/non-magnetic metallic multilayers are core building blocks for emerging technologies. Resonance experiments using stripline transducers are commonly used to characterize and engineer these stacks for applications. Here, we investigated the incompletely understood impact of eddy currents below the microwave magnetic skin-depth and explained the lineshape asymmetry and phase lags reported […]

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