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Ultra sensitive magnetic sensors based on spin electronics – AdvTMR

Submission summary

The goal of AdvTMR is to develop a new generation of spin electronics magnetic sensors based on the combination of state of the art magnetic tunnel junctions and a method for suppressing the low frequency noise large in these devices. The targeted performances are one order to two orders of magnitude better than existing magnetic sensors. The output of the project will be two sensors. The first one is a ultra low consumption 2D magnetometer with picotesla detectivity working up to 150°C and the second one is a nitrogen-cooled sensor with sub femtoTesla detectivity. The work is shared between a public research institute and a company for 3 years duration.Validation will be performed by three industrials partners involved in defense.

Project coordinator

Madame Myriam PANNETIER LECOEUR (Service de physique de l'état condensé)

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SPEC Service de physique de l'état condensé

Help of the ANR 293,395 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: December 2018 - 36 Months

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