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Research team Spinorbitronics, within the Concepts group


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On Thursday november 30th, at 9:30, Olivier Boulle (SPINTEC) will defend his HDR entitled : Spinorbitronics: exploiting spin orbit interaction to manipulate magnetization in ultrathin films   Place : IRIG/SPINTEC, CEA Building 10.05, auditorium 445 (access needs authorization *) visioconference link : https://webconf.cea.fr/olivier.boulle/WHVLLBWS If the link does not work, try with skype web App : […]

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On Wednesday, June 14th 2023, we have the pleasure to welcome in SPINTEC Pr Chih Huang Lai from National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan. He will give us a seminar at 14:00, entitled : Spin orbit torque switching in ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic systems Place : CEA Building 10.05 auditorium 445 (access to CEA needs pass (*)) visioconf link […]

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Jeudi 9 mars 2023 à 15h, auditorium 445 Bat. 10.05 CEA, (accès réglementé *), Jérémie Vigier SPINTEC/ANTAIOS soutiendra sa thèse (soutenance publique **) intitulée : Déterminisme d’écriture dans les points mémoire SOT-MRAM à anisotropie perpendiculaire Visioconférence : lien Zoom  Passcode: gHM6XJ Résumé: La technologie SOT-MRAM (Spin-Orbit Torques Magnetic Random Access Memory) est une technologie prometteuse […]

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Magnetic skyrmions are appealing for use in logic and memory devices combining small size and fast motion. Here, we propose to exploit skyrmion interactions to perform both logic and memory operations at the nanoscale. Our concept opens a path for novel devices which intrinsically merge high-density non-volatile data storage with computing capabilities. a. Schematic representation […]

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Magnetic skyrmions are localized chiral spin textures, which offer great promise to store and process information at the nanoscale. The unique sense of rotation of their surrounding domain wall, called chirality, is resulting from the so-called Dzyaloshinskii−Moriya Interaction. C.E. Fillion et al. have managed the inversion of the skyrmion chirality by applying a gate voltage, […]

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Skyrmions in synthetic antiferromagnets are appealing for use in future memory and computing devices, combining small size and fast motion, but creating, stabilizing, and observing them remains a challenge. Here, we demonstrate the stabilization and current and light induced nucleation of skyrmions in a synthetic antiferromagnet, observing the magnetization texture in each layer using X-ray […]

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You find here the list of proposals for Master-2 internships to take place at Spintec during Spring 2023. 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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Le lundi 26 septembre 2022, à 14h en salle 445 Bat. 10.05 in CEA Grenoble, Maxen Cosset-Chéneau défendra sa thèse de doctorat :Conversion entre courant de spin et courant de charge dans des interfaces Rashba et des isolants topologiques   Monday September 26th, at 2pm in room 445 Build. 10.05 du CEA Grenoble, Maxen Cosset-Chéneau […]

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The rapid development of information technology (IT) has had profound consequences on most aspects of our civilization. However, the energy consumption associated to IT continues to rise at an accelerated pace. In this context the microelectronics industry faces major challenges related to power dissipation and energy consumption. A promising solution is the integration of non-volatile […]

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Spintec has acquired a new 200mm HProbe automatic prober dedicated to the study and characterisation of SOT-MRAM memories. The equipment was funded by the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region’s Pack Ambition Recherche 2019 programme, via a research project run jointly by SPINTEC and the start-up Antaios. A few years ago, SPINTEC discovered a new writing mechanism, the SOT […]

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