Contact : Hélène Bea
Nanoscale magnetic skyrmions are good candidates for data manipulation and storage in spintronic applications (logic and/or memory). A team from INAC/SPINTEC has recently shown that a gate voltage can nucleate or annihilate skyrmions. This proof of concept of a skyrmion switch paves the way towards ... More »
Contact : Matthieu Jamet
Germanium is one of the most appealing candidate for spintronic applications, thanks to its compatibility with the Si platform, the long electron spin lifetime and the optical properties matching the conventional telecommunication window. Electrical spin injection schemes have always been exploited ... More »
  We have developed arrays of innovative magnetic nanotweezers or “nanojaws” on silicon wafers, by a top-down approach using the fabrication techniques of microelectronics.   The mechanical manipulation of micro- and nanometric objects relies on constantly evolving ... More »
Contact : Mathieu Jamet
We have fabricated large-scale two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenide (2D TMD) MoSe2, a promising candidate for electronics, valley-spintronics and optoelectronics, on insulating sapphire and have investigated its structural and transport properties. We have shown that the layered MoSe2 ... More »
Contact : Matthieu Jamet
We have demonstrated the spin-to-charge interconversion by Rashba coupling at the interface between two light materials: iron and germanium which is compatible with today’s CMOS technology. This result constitutes the first step towards the fabrication of a spin transistor based on the ... More »
Contact : Olivier Boulle
These nanoscale magnetic textures have been observed at room temperature in materials compatible with the microelectronics industry by  O. Boulle and his colleagues from Spintec in Grenoble. These results break an important barrier for the use of skyrmions as nanoscale information carrier in ... More »
Contact : Laurent Vila
A CoFe based ferromagnetic alloy has been used in lateral spin valves to replace NiFe alloys, which are overwhelmingly exploited as ferromagnets electrodes in lateral spintronic devices. By using this second material, emitted signals are found to be one order of magnitude larger. In addition to ... More »
Magnetic nanoparticles are more and more used for various biotechnological applications, due to their capability to exert actuation on biological species thanks to magnetic fields applied remotely. A condition for their use in biotechnology is the ability to avoid their agglomeration when dispersed ... More »
Spintec Laboratory has recently developed a new method for preparing magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications. This method takes advantages from the know-how of the laboratory in the field of spintronics, and allows a control of the size, shape, and composition of the particles, which ... More »


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