ANTIFERROMAGNETIC SPINTRONICS




The generation of a spin current and its further conversion to a charge current have attracted considerable attention, facilitating advances in basic physics along with the emergence of closely related applications in the field of spintronics. In this study, we experimentally and theoretically demonstrated the self-induced inverse spin Hall effect for spin-charge conversion, triggered by […]

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The SPINTEC laboratory in Grenoble, France, is seeking a PhD candidate for a joint application to a specific PhD studentship program. The joint application is to be submitted by March 2020 for a studentship available for admission in October 2020, for 3 years. Excellent academic record is mandatory. Applicants should have a Master’s degree in […]

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On April 08, we have the pleasure to welcome in SPINTEC Mathias Klaui from Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany. He will give us an IEEE Distinguished Lecture (*) at 13:00, CEA(need acces **)/Spintec, Bat. 1005, auditorium 445 entitled : Antiferromagnetic Insulatronics: Spintronics without magnetic fields and moving electrons With information technology consuming a sizeable part of […]

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On November 14th at 11:00, we have the pleasure to welcome Michel Viret from SPEC, CEA, Saclay. He comes at Grenoble for the PHD defense of Paul Noel at 14:00. He kindly offered to take this opportunity to give us a seminar at 11:00 entitled : Ultra-fast dynamical properties of antiferromagnetic domains He will particularly […]

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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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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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On Monday May 27 at 14:00 we have the pleasure to welcome Joerg Wunderlich from Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, University of Cambridge (UK), he will give us a seminar at CEA/IRIG, Bat 1005, room 445 entitled : Spin-Orbit Coupling effects in Antiferromagnets: From the spin Hall effect to electrical and optical writing and reading of reversed […]

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In the field of spintronics, which relies on the spin-dependent transport properties of matter, exploring spin fluctuations and phase transitions in ultrathin films is essential as it provides key information to engineer materials for applications. Here, O. Gladii et al investigated the generic character of a novel method to probe spin fluctuations through demonstration with […]

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On April 23, we have the pleasure to welcome Yan Wen from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia. He makes actually his PHD supervised by Xixiang Zhang in collaboration with Aurélien Manchon. He will give us a seminar which will take place at SPINTEC 434A at 14:00. Spin Transport in Metallic […]

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V. Baltz, A. Manchon, M. Tsoi, T. Moriyama, T. Ono, and Y. Tserkovnyak, Rev. Mod. Phys. 90, 015005 (2018) Spintronics utilizing antiferromagnetic materials has potential for the next generation of applications and offers opportunities for new ideas. Ultimately, antiferromagnets could replace ferromagnets as the active spin-dependent element on which spintronic devices are based. Central to […]

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