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Anne Bernand-Mantel

05-61-55-96-70

Équipe 4. Nanomagnétisme , chargée de recherche CNRS

I am a passionate researcher working on condensed matter physics. My research area is spintronics. My current interests are around the various properties of magnetic thin films, nanosctructures and nano-objects. I feel concerned about the positive evolution of research via the developpement of #opendata, #openpublishing and #openpeerreview

Research experience:
- micromagnetic modeling of domain walls, magnetic skyrmions and bubbles
- electric field modification of magnetic properties in metallic ultrathin films
- characterisation of magnetic thin films and devices properties (anisotropy, coercivity, exchange bias, phase transitions) via transport (AMR, EHE, TMR, MMR,...) and magneto-optical techniques (Kerr).
- Nanospintronic: transport through single nanoparticles and molecules (Coulomb blockade and magneto-coulomb effects, spin injection,Kondo effect,...)

2018-présent CNRS researcher at LPCNO, Toulouse 2010-2018 CNRS researcher at L’Institut Néel, Grenoble 2008-2010 Post-Doctorate at TU-Delft with Herre van der Zant 2004-2007 PhD Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI) direction Albert Fert 2004 DEA Sciences des Matétiaux (Paris VI)