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Mihai Miron, junior CNRS scientist working at SPINTEC, was awarded the yearly junior prize of IMT (Institut Mines-Télécom) – French Academy of Sciences. This prize is meant as a recognition for a major contribution to innovation in one of these fields: sciences and technology of numerical revolution in industry, science and technology of energy transition, […]

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On August 31, we have the pleasure to welcome Kevin Garello R&D Senior Scientist at IMEC, Belgium. He will give us a seminar which will take place at SPINTEC 434A at 10:15. SOT-MRAM 300mm integration for low power and ultrafast embedded memories Microelectronics industry is facing major challenges related to the volatility of CMOS cache […]

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On August 31, we have the pleasure to welcome Coriolan Tiusan prof. at Univ. Cluj-Napoca, ROMANIA and Senior Researcher at Institute Jean-Lamour, Nancy. He will give us a seminar which will take place at SPINTEC 434A at 9:30. Revisited aspects of spintronics: coupling and tunneling magnetoresistance, electric field control of anisotropy The presentation will cover […]

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Monday, June 25th, 11 a.m, room 434A “Towards organic spintronics: embedded many-body perturbation approach for metal-molecule spinterface” by Jing Li, condensed matter theory group, Neel Institute, Grenoble Abstract Organic spintronics is a young and rising research field targeting at realizing spintronic devices by using organic material benefiting from its long spin lifetime. Recent experiments show […]

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Best poster award of EEATS

In the framework of an internal collaborative project between CEA-LETI and CEA/CNRS/UGA-SPINTEC Lab, Rana Alhalabi proposed a new Look Up Table (LUT) architecture, which is one of the elementary cell of FPGAs (Field Programmable Grid Array). This innovation offers a 55% sense delay reduction, 47% number of MTJ reduction, 46% power-delay product reduction and a […]

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Peter Grünberg

Peter Grünberg is notoriously known as Nobel Laureate in Physics 2007, together with Albert Fert for the discovery of Giant Magnetoresistance (GMR). This discovery had a tremendous impact on our field of research, being often spotted as the birth act of Spintronics, and basis for many applications including highly-sensitive read heads for magnetic hard disk […]

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SPINTEC offers a theoretical post-doctoral position in finite element modeling for Spintronics. The objective of our project is to combine key ingredients for modern Spintronics and SpinOrbitronics modeling within the original finite element based multi-physics software. The final goal is to make this software and its documentation accessible to a large community via the dedicated […]

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The 2018 session of the European School On Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies (ESONN) takes place from August 26 to September 15 in Grenoble. Applications are open until May 18, 2018. Since 2004, ESONN has been a three-week course aiming at providing training for graduate students, postdoctoral and junior scientists from universities and laboratories, all around the […]

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On May 4, we have the pleasure to welcome Emilie Jué former SPINTEC PHD, she is now postdoc at NIST Colorado, she will give us a seminar which will take place at SPINTEC 434A at 11:00. Injection locking and spin transfer torque efficiency in three-terminal spin-torque oscillators Beyond their nanoscale size and their tunability in […]

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The recent discovery of nanometer-size whirling magnetic structures named magnetic skyrmions has opened a new path to manipulate magnetization at the nanoscale [1,2]. Magnetic skyrmions are characterized by a chiral and topologically non-trivial spin structure, i.e their magnetization texture cannot be continuously transformed into the uniform magnetic state without causing a singularity (see Fig.1). Skyrmions […]

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