The sector has been involved in the study of magnetism in solid-state materials for many years.

For this purpose, innovative materials with high potential impact are prepared in the biomedical, spintronic, sensor and industrial fields. Materials are produced on various dimensional scales (bulk, micro- and nanoscale, thin films and nanostructures), continuous and porous. In addition, magnetic phenomena are measured in materials with analysis of energy dissipation processes on a structural scale from nano to bulk and operating frequencies from DC to GHz.

Innovative materials for spintronics and nanomagnetism are produced using various physical and chemical techniques. In particular, the interaction effects of spin currents and heat currents, the generation of spin currents and their interaction with magnetic structures through spin torque, the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya Interaction (DMI), spin waves in non-planar systems and the effect of the electric field on interface phenomena and magnetisation are studied.