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Post-doctoral grants to work at SPINTEC


SPINTEC is opening a two years post-doctoral position on modelling of all optical switching using light carrying orbital momentum The manipulation of magnetization by ps or fs light pulses has become a very exciting topic nowadays opening routes towards ultrafast magnetization control. To date, most of the light-spin interaction studies made use of spin angular […]

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Context. Spintronics has become a mature technology for applications, such as magnetic field sensing and solid-state memories. However, existing concepts are almost exclusively based on planar processes such as thin film deposition and patterning. Extending spintronics to 3D devices would provide new integrated functionalities such as three-dimensional magnetic field sensors, and also open prospects for […]

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In the frame of the joint US-French NSF-ANR project StochNet, Spintec laboratory is opening a postdoctoral researcher position. The candidate will work on stochastic magnetic tunnel junctions grown and fabricated at Spintec, and will use them to explore brain-inspired schemes promising for building energy-efficient computing hardware. The project will have a strong interdisciplinary aspect (Spintronic, […]

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In the frame of the French national ANR project ELMAX, Spintec laboratory is opening a postdoctoral researcher position. The candidate will work on the magnetism of FexGeTe2 2D ferromagnets grown by molecular beam epitaxy. The objective will be to tune the magnetic properties of 2D ferromagnets by interfacing with high spin-orbit materials (transition metal dichalcogenides […]

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SPINTEC laboratory (Grenoble, France), in collaboration with CEA-LETI, has currently two postdoc position openings to work on theory (12 month) and on experiment (18 month) of coupled oscillator arrays for implementing neuromorphic and unconventional computing schemes. The candidates should have experience in any of the following areas: spintronics, (spin-torque-driven) magnetization dynamics, neuromorphic computing, dynamical systems, […]

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Subject and context: The candidate will work in the frame of the MATHEEIAS project. MATTHEIAS stands for MAgneto-THermo-Electric Effects In Antiferromagnetic Spintronics. It is a collaborative international project co-funded by the French ANR and the German DFG. The project relies on the following consortium: SPINTEC Grenoble, CINaM Marseille, TUD Dresden / Uni. Konstanz, and JGU […]

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In the frame of the French national ANR project ELMAX, Spintec laboratory is opening a postdoctoral researcher position. The candidate will work on the magnetism of FeGeTe 2D ferromagnets grown by molecular beam epitaxy. The objective will be to tune the magnetic properties of 2D ferromagnets by interfacing with high spin-orbit materials (transition metal dichalcogenides […]

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In the frame of the French national ANR project SpinSpike, Spintec laboratory is opening a postdoctoral researcher position. The candidate will work in collaboration with UMPhy CNRS-Thales and Thales TRT. The objective is the realization of proof-of-concept magnetic tunnel junction based artificial spiking neurons able to generate spikes and propagate them between coupled artificial neurons. […]

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Spintec invites application for postdoctoral positions in spintronics on electrical control of magnetic skyrmions. Magnetic skyrmions are nontrivial spiral spin textures considered as potential building blocks for ultrafast and power efficient spintronic memory and logic devices. Controlling their chirality would provide an additional degree of freedom and enable new functionalities in these devices. Achieving such […]

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Spintec invites application for postdoctoral positions in spintronics on magnetic skyrmions. Magnetic skyrmions are nm scale topological spin texture that hold great promise for storing and manipulating the information at the nanoscale. Spintec has recently demonstrated magnetic skyrmions at room temperature in ultrathin nanostructures [1] and their manipulation using gate electric field[2,3], electric current [4] […]

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