Jérôme Faure-Vincent (born 1977) received his PhD degree (‘Magnetic interactions and crystalline symmetries in Fe/MgO/Fe magnetic tunnel junctions’) in physics from the Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine (France) in 2004. Then he spent 2 years at the Spintec Laboratory as a post-doctoral fellow where he worked on the field of MgO-based MRAMs. In 2006, he was hired at CEA as a permanent researcher to study the electrical properties (conductivity as a function of temperature, charge carrier mobility) of organic materials (polymers, molecules, carbon nanotubes) by different techniques (4-probe sensing method, Time of Flight, Field Effect Transistor) for applications in energy. In 2021, he joined the team ‘Materials‘ at Spintec to develop new magnetic materials for fundamental research as well as MRAM applications.
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