ANTIFERROMAGNETIC SPINTRONICS




On Friday 28 January, at 10:00, we will have the pleasure of hosting a series of 3 online seminars of 30 min + 10 min for questions each, given respectively by Ketty Beauvois (CEA), Stéphane Raymond (CEA) and Thomas Saerbeck (ILL) with the aim of showing/reminding us of the possibilities of measurements in terms of […]

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On Tuesday, November 30th at 13:30, M. Rafael LOPES SEEGER will defend his PhD thesis entitled: Exploring novel spin and charge transport mechanism in ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic spin structures and spin textures Place : CEA Bat. 10.05 Room 445 Skype link (**) : https://webconf.cea.fr/vincent.baltz/GLJRQRZK Abstract: The emerging field of antiferromagnetic spintronics consists in exploring spin-dependent […]

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On Tuesday, November 16th at 13:30 Richard Schlitz from Magnetism and Interface Physics, ETH Zürich, Switzerland will give us a seminar entitled: Topological transverse transport effects and non-local magnon spin transport Place : CEA Bat. 10.05 Room 445 (limited to persons having a CEA Badge) skype link : https://webconf.cea.fr/ioan-lucian.prejbeanu/C89D5FFJ if this link does not work […]

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Researchers at SPINTEC Grenoble, in collaboration with PHELIQS & CIME Grenoble and LOMA Bordeaux, demonstrated how the superconducting proximity effect can be used to evaluate the penetration of Cooper pairs in metallic antiferromagnets. These findings represent a stimulating example of how antiferromagnets and superconductors may envision a common future by showing how to infer essential […]

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On Thursday, October 7th at 15:30 YoshiChika Otani (*), from University of Tokyo will give us a seminar entitled: Functional topological antiferromagnet Place : CEA Bat. 10.05 Room 445 (limited to 30 persons having a CEA Badge) skype link https://webconf.cea.fr/ioan-lucian.prejbeanu/C89D5FFJ if this link does not work see below (**) Abstract: Chiral antiferromagnets Mn3X (X=Sn and […]

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You find here the list of proposals for Master-2 internships to take place at Spintec during Spring 2022. In most cases, these internships are intended to be suitable for a longer-term PhD work. Interested Master-1 students are also encouraged to apply, as well as students not phased for a Spring internship, especially those coming from […]

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On Friday, September 17th at 11:00,  Eva Schmoranzerova, research scientist at Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague will give us a seminar entitled: Magneto-thermo-transport phenomena in antiferromagnets with non-collinear spin structure Place : CEA Bat. 10.05 Room 445 (limited to 30 persons having a CEA Badge) skype link https://webconf.cea.fr/ioan-lucian.prejbeanu/C89D5FFJ if this link does […]

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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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Large spin Hall angles have been observed in 3d ferromagnetic materials, but their origin, and especially their link with the ferromagnetic order, remain unclear. Here, we investigated the evolution of the inverse spin Hall Effect of NiCu alloys across their Curie temperatures using spin-pumping experiments. We show that the inverse Spin Hall Effect in these […]

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A consortium led by physicists at JGU Mainz, in collaboration with CNRS/Thales Palaiseau, SPINTEC and LNCMI Grenoble, and NTNU Trondheim, demonstrated that transporting spin-information at room temperature and over long distances is within reach. They established and took advantage of two remarkable features of the insulating hematite antiferromagnet. Firstly, it can carry spin-information via current-induced […]

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