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Dr. David Soriano Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2)  Where: room 434 A, Building 10.05, CEA-Grenoble.             The possibility to manipulate the magnetism at the atomic scale in 2D materials shown promising for the next generation of data storage devices and for quantum technologies. Hydrogenated graphene has demonstrated to be a good platform for such […]

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In the frame of our H2020 project GREAT we have one open position for a postdoc or term contract for 18 months to characterize the spin transfer torque induced magnetic switching as well as rf excitations of perpendicular magnetic tunnel junction devices (pMTJs) with the aim to demonstrate the dual functionality for memory and microwave […]

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HProbe is the latest spin-off company from SPINTEC, based on our expertise in MRAM research at the wafer scale. HProbe offers a 3D magnetic field wafer-level electrical tester for all types of MRAM (STT, SOT, OST, …), planar and perpendicular MTJ, magnetic sensors etc. The tester embed all standard procedures for testing and analyzing devices. […]

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Who : Fabien RORTAIS from DRF/INAC/SPINTEC When : On the 18th of October 2016 Time : From 02:00 pm to 04:30 pm At : Amphithéâtre de GreEn-ER- 21 rue des Martyrs, 38000 Grenoble Title : Study of injection and detection in silicon and germanium: From local measure of accumulation to non-local detection of pure spin […]

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Who : Claire HAMELIN from DRF/INAC/SPINTEC When : On the 28th of October 2016 Time : From 02:00 pm to 04:30 pm At : Amphithéâtre du CNRS bâtiment A-3ème étage – 25 rue des Martyrs, Grenoble Title : Spin orbit torques for cache memory applications Abstract : The development of a non-volatile memory with unlimited […]

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On 25th October 2016 our host Institut INAC welcomes students for a presentation of internship topics proposed to host Master-2 students during Spring 2017. Details will be provided later.

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TOPRISE – An ANR project

The ANR project TOPRISE project aims at studying and exploiting Topological Insulator and Rashba Interface States for Spin Electronics. Most spintronics devices are today based on the manipulation of spin currents that do not carry electrical charges but can be described as equal flows of electrons with opposite spins in opposite directions. The main operations […]

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ELECSPIN – An ANR project

Objectives ELECSPIN project has just been accepted at the 2016 ANR call. This collaborative research project aims to investigate the advanced concept of radically new nanoelectronics devices based on the electric-field control of spin-based phenomena and establish proof of principle demonstrations of multi-terminal energy efficient memory nano devices.  The main  objectives are: To explore, understand and optimize the physical mechanisms of […]

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SPINTEC has developed over the last decade many tools for integrating spintronic devices into standard CMOS microelectronics : design tools have been developed and elementary proofs of concept circuits have been built and tested. The integration of these elementary building blocks into more complex digital circuits at the IP or system level represents today a […]

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We learned with great sadness that our former colleague Sébastien Bandiera passed away this week in a mountain accident. Sébastien performed a very successful PhD work in SPINTEC on memory cells involving thermally-assisted switching, spin-transfer torque and perpendicular anisotropy. He joined Crocus Technology right after his defense, in November 2011, in the R&D team for materials.

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