Spintronics I: low dimensionality, interfaces and conversion effects

In a nutshell

This research topic aims to explore and exploit new magnetic and spin-dependent transport properties arising from nanometric multilayer engineering, interface effects engineering or, more generally, symmetry breaking. The main studies concern the development of magnetic multilayers to create and manipulate two- and three-dimensional chiral magnetic textures, the generation and optimization of charge-spin and charge-orbit conversion effects in heterostructures integrating strong spin-orbit coupling metals or topological insulators, and the integration of molecular and 2D compounds in spintronic devices. The aim is to develop new opportunities for MRAM magnetic memories, Beyond-CMOS and neuro-inspired components.

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