Seminar




On November, 22, we will have the pleasure to welcome Frédéric BONNEL from Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2) in Spintec. At 11H, we will give a seminar on “Recent progress in experimental graphene and topological spintronics” The recent emergence of 2-dimensional materials and topological matter has opened new prospects for spintronics technologies [1]. […]

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On September, 28, we will have the pleasure to welcome Xiaofeng Jin from Fudan University, China in Spintec. At 11H, we will give his IEEE Distinguished lecture on “The Hall Effects Edwin Hall Never Imagined” in Spintec, bat 10.05, room 434 A. The anomalous Hall effect (AHE) is one of the oldest and most prominent […]

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On September 28, we have the pleasure to welcome Dr H.Yoda from Toshiba in Spintec. At 14 H, in room 434 A, he will give a seminar on Voltage-Control Spintronics Memory having potentials for high-speed and high-density applications with ultralow energy consumption.

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On september, 21, we have the pleasure to welcome Amalio Fernández-Pacheco from Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge in Spintec. At 11H, in room 434 A, he will give a seminar entitled “Advanced fabrication and characterisation of three-dimensional magnetic nanowires for applications in spintronics”. Three-dimensional nanomagnetism is an exciting new area of research [1], with potential […]

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On September, 13, we will have the pleasure to welcome Hendrik Ohldag from SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Menlo Park, California, USA in Spintec. At 11H, we will give his IEEE Distinguished lecture on “Ultrafast and Very Small: Discover Nanoscale Magnetism With Picosecond Time Resolution Using X-Rays” in Spintec, bat 10.05, room 434 A. Today’s magnetic […]

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On September, 12, we have the pleasure to welcome in Spintec Andy Thomas from the Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research in Dresden. At 14H, we will give a seminar on “Atomic layer deposited HfO2-based magnetic tunnel junctions”. Magnetic tunnel junctions (MTJs) consist of two ferromagnetic electrodes separated by a thin insulating tunnel barrier. […]

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on July, 12th, 14H, Steven Lequeux from Spintec, will give a seminar on “Neuromorphic computing : From a memristive device to the learning process”. The seminar will take place in Building 10.05, room 434. In the current context of information technology, the sequential processing carried out by classical computer architectures stumbles on problems of energy […]

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Dr. Alexey A. Kovalev from University of Nebraska in Lincoln (USA) will visit Spintec and give the seminar on July 10 at 14:00 entitled “Magnon-mediated spin Nernst effect and pumping of spin current in a collinear antiferromagnet” Date: Monday July 10 at 14:00 Place: CEA/Spintec, Bat. 1005, room 434 Abstract: We predict that a temperature […]

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On June 27 at 11h Prof. Evgeny Tsymbal from University of Nebraska will give a talk entitled “Spintronics with Ferroelectrics” Place : l’amphithéâtre Laurent Puech (2-D-004) in GreEN-ER building “Spintronics with Ferroelectrics” Ferroelectric materials are characterized by a spontaneous electric polarization switchable by an applied electric field. If such a ferroelectric is interfaced with another […]

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On May 29th, we have the pleasure to welcome in Spintec Benjamin Pigeau from Institut Néel. At 14H, he will give a talk on “Nanowire based vectorial force sensors for nanomagnetism” in building 10.05, room 434A. In the 80’s, the apparition of the Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) was a revolution which enabled a dramatic increase […]

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