Researchers

Researchers

Meet SPEAR’s early-stage researchers!

These 15 young scientists have been selected by the project Consortium to work on different topics in the field of Spin-Orbitronics. As part of this European training network, they will benefit from SPEAR’s innovative traning program, taking part in academic and industrial secondments and training session on both scientifically relevant topics and transferable skills.

ESR1

Eoin Dolan

IRP1. Graphene-based heterostructures for spin-orbit logic devices

ESR2

Mayank Sharma

IRP2. 2D van der Waals magnetic heterostructures

ESR3

Marco Hoffman

IRP3. Fast switching dynamics of three terminal magnetic tunnel junctions

ESR4

Niklas Kercher

IRP4. Investigation of current-induced magnetic and spin-orbit effects in 2D materials

ESR5

Kaiquan Fan

IRP5. Exploration of new materials for reducing writing current of SOT-MRAM cells

ESR6

Nazareno Sacchi

IRP6. Design-Technology Co-optimization techniques for enablement of MRAM-based Machine Learning hardware

ESR7

Salvatore Teresi

IRP7. Spin-charge conversion in topological insulators

ESR8

Paolo Sgarro

IRP8. Electric-field control of the spin-orbit conversion in Rashba interfaces

ESR9

Sergio Leiva

IRP9. Search for efficient spin-to-charge conversion based on the Edelstein effect

ESR10

Ismael Ribeiro

IRP10. Optimization of the skyrmion motion for racetrack applications

ESR11

Vishesh Saxena

IRP11. Antiferromagnetic Skyrmions in ultrathin films

ESR12

Arturo Rodríguez

IRP12. Skyrmions in proximity to a superconductor with large spin-orbit coupling

ESR13

Zhewen Xu

IRP13. Skyrmions: Imaging and Characterization at Ambient Conditions via Scanning NV Magnetometry

ESR14

Kuldeep Ray

RP14. Low current SOT-MRAM for integration in functional devices

ESR15

Maha Khademi

IRP15. Voltage controlled operation and mutual synchronization of MTJ-based spin Hall nano-oscillator chains and arrays for neuromorphic computing

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