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PhD position – Spin transfer torque magnetic field sensing

Topic PhD scholarship to work on a novel sensing approach exploring spin transfer torque (STT) for magnetic field sensing in perpendicular anisotropy magnetic tunnel junctions. The project aims at high-density low power consumption sensors, departing from and improving on conventional magnetoresistive sensors. Candidate with mandatory University Master degree with following profile: Physics, Engineering, Material Science […]

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Research Scientist position on ferroelectric spintronics

We are looking for candidates as Research Scientist to lead the ferroelectric spintronics activity within SPINTEC. The candidate will lead cutting-edge and innovative research activities in this field, and develop partnerships and collaborations at French and European level. IRIG and SPINTEC Located in the French Alps and surrounded by an exceptional natural environment, the international […]

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Seminar by Andy THOMAS – In-situ transport investigations in a (Lorentz-)TEM

On Wednesday June 19th 2024, we have the pleasure to welcome in SPINTEC Andy THOMAS of IFW Dresden. He will give us a seminar at 11:00 am entitled : In-situ transport investigations in a (Lorentz-)TEM Place : IRIG/SPINTEC, auditorium 445 CEA Building 10.05 (access to CEA requires an entry authorization. Request it before June 09th […]

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A new altermagnetic material with remarkable properties for spintronics

Scientists from an international consortium have demonstrated experimentally and theoretically the altermagnetic character of the material Mn5Si3, proving the incomparable advantage of this type of zero-magnetization magnetic phase: the strong spintronic effects associated with it are based on non-relativistic physics. Real space: Magnetic and crystalline structure of Mn5Si3. Reciprocal space: shifts in the electronic bands […]

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More topology in quantum electronic circuits

In the framework of the French-German laboratory association between SPINTEC and the IFW Dresden (CNRS International Research Project « SPINMAT »), and in collaboration with the C2N institute and the university of Würzburg, a novel plateform was implemented to reveal the non-hermitian topology of scalable quantum electronic circuits. It opens some new perspectives to realize […]

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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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