M. Jamet was born in 1972 in Tours (France) and graduated from the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Lyon, 1993-1997). He received his Ph.D. degree in 2001 with highest honour from the University of Lyon 1 on “Structure and magnetism of cobalt, iron and mixed cobalt-silver nanoclusters embedded in a superconducting niobium matrix. Magnetic properties of a single nanocluster probed by micro-SQUID” and his Habilitation in 2010 from the University of Grenoble on the “Study of Ge:Mn ferromagnetic semiconductor”. In 2001-2002, he was awarded an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics in Halle (Germany) to work on the self-organization of nanomagnets. Since the end of 2002 he is a permanent researcher at the CEA-Grenoble. His research interests are: semiconductor spintronics (hybrid ferromagnet/semiconductor systems, group IV ferromagnetic semiconductors), MgO-based magnetic tunnel junctions and perpendicular anisotropy materials. Since 2007, he is the head of the NM Lab (Nanostructures and Magnetism) of the CEA-Grenoble. This lab comprises 11 permanent staff members among which 8 researchers, 3 technicians and an average of 10 students (Post-docs, PhD and master students). The topics are currently: spintronics in semiconductors, graphene and metals, nanomagnetism in thin films and nanoparticles, magneto-electric effects, magnetic domain wall dynamics in nanotructures. He is the author of ~40 publications in international journals, 4 patents, 1 book and ~80 presentations in international and national conferences.
Biography Updated on 1 April 2012