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Stéphane Mangin

Institut Jean Lamour, UMR CNRS 7198 - Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France

2006        French Accreditation to supervise research and PhD studentsHabilitation Diploma”
1997        Ph.D in Physics, University Joseph Fourrier (UJF) - Grenoble (France)
1994        M.S in Condense Matter Physics, (UJF) - Grenoble (France)

2016-       Project leader of “Nanomaterials for smart sensors”: Budget: 2,5 M€ for 4 years
Co-director of an International Laboratory NanoElectronics (CNRS – NYU -UCSD)
2012-       Scientific director of a large user scientific facility, unique in the world:
                (70 meters under UHV to connect 30 equipments: Budget: 19 M€
2010-       Head of the Nanomagnetism & spintronic team at Univ Lorraine - 35 members
Budget: 1 M€ /year (From ANR, EU, UL, CNRS)
2008-       Full Professor, Université de Lorraine – Nancy (France)          

2012-13    Invited Professor at University of California San Diego
2004-05    Visiting Scientist at the Almaden Research center California San Jose (USA)
1998-07    Assistant professor at the University Henri Poincaré - Nancy (France)
1997-98    Post-Doc on Spintronic, "Laboratorium VSM" - Leuven (Belgium)

2018         Fellow of the American Physics Society
2017         Senior Member of the "Institut universitaire de France"
2015-        Member of the Science Academy of Lorraine
2007-12    Junior Member of "Institut Universitaire de France" (IUF)
2008         First Research Price from the Lorraine region - one laureate per year

160 publications
in peer-reviewed journal (Science, Nature Mat, Nature Com, PRL  ...)
2 Editorials for Euro.phys. J. B, "Special issue on Exchange bias” "Special issue on Spin Transfer"
1 Book chapter: Springer Tracts Modern Physics "Magnetic Nanostructures"
60 Invited talks in international conferences (MMM, MML, Intermag, MRS, etc..)
73 invited seminars in international laboratories
6 tutorials in international school
127 Oral presentations (109 in international conferences and 18 in French meeting)

Main organizer of 10 international conferences:
Member of the Program Committee
, MMM-Intermag Conference – San Diego (USA) - 2016
Program Co-Chair: MMM Conference – New Orleans (USA) - 2016
Co-organizer of 13 conferences (6 national and 7 international)
Session Chair for 23 international conference sessions (MMM, Intermag, MRS etc …)

2019         President of the IEEE Magnetic Society France Chapter
2014-18    Member of the Administrative Committee of the IEEE Magnetics Society
2010-15    President of the local section of the French Physics society
2014-        International Friend of the American Physics Society (APS)
2012-        IEEE Senior member

"S Andrieu"    "D. Lacour"   

Journal articles2 documents

  • Y. Xu, W. Lin, S Petit-Watelot, Michel Hehn, H. Rinnert, et al.. Origins of large light induced voltage in magnetic tunnel junctions grown on semiconductor substrates. Journal of Applied Physics, American Institute of Physics, 2016, 119, pp.23907 - 23907. ⟨10.1063/1.4939966⟩. ⟨hal-01686955⟩
  • S. Le Gall, Thomas Hauet, N. Vernier, F. Montaigne, M. Gottwald, et al.. Thermally activated domain wall motion in [Co/Ni](111) superlattices with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy. Applied Physics Letters, American Institute of Physics, 2015, 106 (6), pp.062406. ⟨10.1063/1.4908177⟩. ⟨hal-01246638⟩

Poster communications2 documents

  • Sylvain Le Gall, Thomas Hauet, F. Montaigne, M. Gottwald, D. Lacour, et al.. Domain wall motion induced by spin transfer torque in MBE-grown Co/Ni based multilayer. IEEE International Magnetics Conference, INTERMAG Europe 2014, May 2014, Dresden, Germany. ⟨hal-01103988⟩
  • Sylvain Le Gall, Thomas Hauet, N. Vernier, F. Montaigne, M. Gottwald, et al.. Field and current-induced domain wall motion on epitaxial Co/Ni superlattice : Arrhenius-type activated regime and stochastic H-driven or J-driven. XVIe Colloque Louis Néel, Sep 2014, Autrans, France. ⟨hal-01103996⟩