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PhD and Postdoc offer – Exploring novel hardware approaches based on spintronics nano-oscillators for unconventional computing

One PhD position and one 12 months postdoc position are available for the following topic. Spintronics concepts and devices, such as magnetic tunnel junctions, offer novel low power hardware approaches for implementing unconventional computing schemes. Some of these make use of the phase dynamics of spintronics oscillators that have the capability to convert a DC […]

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seminar – Neuromorphic weighted sum with magnetic skyrmions

On Wednesday March 13th 2024, we have the pleasure to welcome in SPINTEC Tristan da Câmara presently at Université Catholique de Louvain la Neuve. He will give us a seminar on his work done in Lab. Albert Fert, Univ. Paris-Saclay at 14:00 entitled : Neuromorphic weighted sum with magnetic skyrmions Place : IRIG/SPINTEC, auditorium 445 […]

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seminar – Barnett effect in ferrofluids

On Friday March 08th 2024, we have the pleasure to welcome in SPINTEC Maki UMEDA from Advanced Science Research Center, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Tokai. He will give us a seminar at 11:00 entitled : Barnett effect in ferrofluids Place : IRIG/SPINTEC, auditorium 445 CEA Building 10.05 (access to CEA requires an entry authorization. Request […]

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Resistively-coupled stochastic MTJ for energy-based optimum search

We study recurrent networks of binary stochastic Magnetic Tunnel Junctions (sMTJ), aiming at efficiently solving computationally hard optimization problems. After validating a prototyping route, we investigate the impact of hybrid CMOS+MTJ building block variants on the quality of stochastic sampling, a key feature for optimum search in a complex landscape. We carry out a functional […]

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Deterministic switching in Voltage Controlled Magnetic Anisotropy Magnetic at Cryogenic Temperatures

Cryoelectronics has the potential to become important in high-performance computing applications and in the context of quantum computing. For low-temperature operation, it becomes imperative to reduce power dissipation, and improved device efficiency could even offset the power consumption required for cooling. In magnetic memories, voltage-controlled magnetic anisotropy (VCMA) is a promising approach to minimize the […]

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The spin diode

Spin electronics applies to a wide range of materials: metals, where spin is transported by electrons, but also magnetic insulators, where spin is transported by magnons. The latter are of interest because in certain insulators, such as yttrium iron garnet (YIG), it is predicted that one could reach a state of superfluidity, i.e. spin transport […]

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