Physical principles of the creation of novel SPINtronic materials on the base of MULTIlayered metal-oxide FILMs for magnetic sensors and MRAM (SPINMULTIFILM)


Project no.: 778308

Project description:

The main goal of the project is the elaboration of research and development principles and technology, as well as creation of novel nanoheterostructures for application in spintronic devices, first of all, in magnetic field sensors and magnetoresistive random access memories. The key research and technological aspects are focused on the formation of layers and/or nanosized grains of a ferromagnetic material with an ultimate degree of conduction electron spin polarization, separated by dielectric interlayers.
The project aims as well at the creation of a stimulating and interdisciplinary training partnership, with actors from the academia and private sector, promoting the exchange of ideas, methods, techniques as well as enabling an accelerated technology transfer from science to industry through a continuous collaboration between the stakeholders. Training of the high-level personnel possessing complementary interdisciplinary skills is thus a key issue.

Project funding:

The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation “Horizon 2020”

Project results:

The new generation spintronic devices to be developed in the present project will possess high sensitivity, speed performance and low energy consumption.

Period of project implementation: 2018-01-01 - 2021-12-31

Project coordinator: University of Aveiro

Project partners: TU Dresden, Kaunas University of Technology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Wmt Wire Machine Technolgies Ltd, Institute of Magnetism of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine and the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine

Sigitas Tamulevičius

2018 - 2021

Institute of Materials Science

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