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    Quantum materials for control of spin-orbit torques, SHENG II, Polish-Chinese bilateral project, National Science Center (NCN), (2022 – 2025), PI: Witold Skowroński,

    The proposal seeks to develop extremely low-power spintronic based nonvolatile memory and logic technologies with infinite endurance, through experimental studies of new quantum materials and devices that can greatly increase the efficiency of magnetization switching. With these materials, we will realize physical phenomena and device functionalities that are not possible in traditional polycrystalline metal-based spintronic. Range of hybrid materials will be designed, synthesized, dynamically tunned structurally and electronically, and integrated into the state-of-the-art MRAM devices.

    Spin Hall effect in antiferromagnets (SPINORBITRONICS), OPUS 12, National Science Center (NCN), (2017 – 2022), PI: prof. dr hab. Tomasz Stobiecki,

    The aim of the project is both theoretical and experimental investigation of hybrid antiferromagnet/ferromagnet (AFM/FM) structures for maximization of spin currents generated using spin Hall effect. Within a project, test structures consisting of different combination of buffer/AFM/FM mutlilayers will be fabricated, where the coexistence for spin-orbit torque, magnetoresistance and spin Hall effect will enable the design of a new class of spintronic circuits

    Magnetic tunnel junctions with perpendicular anisotropy for use in serial/paralel connections of elementary STT-MRAM cells, Diamond grant, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, (2017-2022) PI: Piotr Rzeszut

    The goal of this project is to conduct comprehensive research on increasing the recording density in STT-MRAM memories, using  the mutiple cell control options through one transistor. The aim is to  develop  an appropriate way of combining unit memory cells, optimization of magnetic and material properties of layered structures, simulations of macrocells and development the prototypes macrocells devices made of optimized elemental structures.


  1. Fabrication and investigation of spintronics nanostructures in terms of Dynamics Induced by Spin Currents originating from spin-Orbit interaction (DISCO), SONATA 9, National Science Center (NCN), (2016-2021), PI: Witold Skowroński,
  2. Microwave spin electronic nano devices (Microspin), LIDER VI, National Center for Research and Developement (NCBR), Poland (2016-2019), recipient: PhD Witold Skowroński,
  3. Analysis of the dynamics of microwave nanooscillator driven by spin-polarized current in non-uniform time-dependent magnetic field,  PRELUDIUM 9, National Science Center (NCN), (2016-2019), supervisor: MSc Jakub Chęciński
  4. Modelling of magnetization oscillations induced by spin-polarized current in thin ferromagnetic layers, ETIUDA 5, National Science Center (NCN), (2017-2018), recipient: MSc Jakub Chęciński
  5. Low power consumption spintronics nanodevices based on magnetic tunnel junctions – electric-field-driven magnetization and magnetoresistance dynamics, PRELUDIUM 9, National Science Center (NCN), (2016-2019), supervisor: PhD Marek Frankowski
  6. Nanoscale spin torque devices for spin electronics (NANOSPIN), International project supported by a grant from Switzerland through the Swiss Contribution to the enlarged European Union (2012-2017),
  7. The crystalline structure, models and magnetoelectrical properties of nanospintronics multilayers, grant SONATA BIS, National Science Center (NCN), supervisor dr inż Jarosław Kanak
  8. Current-induced switching of tunnel nanojunctions with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy in presence of thermal effects, Diamond grant, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, supervisor mgr inż. Marek Frankowski
  9. Magnetic Tunnel Junctions for High Frequency magentic field measurement, Diamond grant, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, supervisor mgr inż. Michał Dąbek
  10. Electric-field controlled spintronic devices (E-CONTROL), International project in Polish-Finish collaboration, National Science Center (NCN), (2012-2016)
  11. Magnetoelectronics devices for low magnetic field detection and sensing, Ministry of Science and Higher Education/Polish National Science Center (2011-2014), PI: Piotr Wisniowski