Highlights 2010

01-10-2010
In collaboration with Institut Néel, ENS Lyon, LEGI and IRAMIS, an apparatus was developed at SBT for the study of turbulence in superfluid helium. Our measurements show that the mechanism of energy transfer follows the same Kolmogorov law as do the classical viscous fluids. Turbulent ... More »
11-06-2010
Contact: Fanny Clavel - SBT
SBT has a refrigerator called the “400W@1.8K” test facility. One of the challenges facing this type of machine is to ensure stable operation under extreme thermal perturbations. We have developped and validated a innovative method of pressure regulation that guarantees this operational ... More »
05-12-2010
Contact: Vincent Baltz
The interaction between ferromagnetic and anti-ferromagnetic materials is known as exchange anisotropy, and it constitutes one of the foundations of spin electronic devices such as hard disk read reads, magnetic random access memories, and magnetic oscillators for use in telecom devices. Spintec ... More »
05-11-2010
Spintec has discovered and patented a new technology to fabricate spintronic oscillators, which have high purity radiofrequency emissions several hundred times more powerful than that of traditional oscillators.   The magnetization of junctions from this new process, the precession ... More »
20-10-2010
Contact : Michael Quinsat
In collaboration with LETI and Hitachi, Spintec has recently developed a technique to extract the non-linear parameters characteristic of the frequency line width of spintronic oscillators.   Spintronic oscillators are based on the magnetization precession of magnetic structures, ... More »
12-09-2010
Contact : Jérôme Moritz – SPINTEC
Spintec proposes a method to greatly increase the data storage density in hard disk drives. The potential of this technique has been demonstrated experimentally.   The ever-increasing need for computing power also implies an increase of the data volume being used and stored. Presently, ... More »
01-02-2010
Accurate experimental measurements have confirmed theoretical predictions made at Spintec concerning spin transfer torque in magnetic tunnel junctions. This effect lies at the heart of future spintronic applications.   The “spin transfer torque” concept is essential for ... More »
 

 

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