The topical group “Magnetism and its applications” (GMAG) from the American Physical Society (APS) presents an award to three PhD students every year during the APS March meeting for their outstanding dissertation, highlighting the quality and independence of the student’s research work. One of the laureates for 2013 has been Michael Quinsat for his studies on “Non-isochronous auto-oscillator: non-linear magnetization dynamics induced by spin momentum transfer”. Michael Quinsat has been performing his PhD thesis at SPINTEC Laboratory (CEA/DSM/INAC) in the frame of a direct collaboration with CEA/LETI who financed the thesis, under the supervision of Ursula Ebels (SPINTEC) and Marie-Claire Cyrille (LETI). The laureates presented a 30 minute invited talk during the APS March Meeting (18-22 March 2013, Baltimore, US) on their respective thesis work and were awarded a check of 500 dollars.
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