As an IPCMS researcher, Martin specializes in spintronics, which is an electronics that takes into account the electron’s spin. This magnetic and quantized property of the electron is intended to store and transmit information. Thanks to the quantum properties of materials within innovative devices, tomorrow’s electronics will one day be capable of simultaneously treating all the possibilities of a data arborescence. Another vector for tomorrow’s electronics, which also utilizes spintronics, is to treat data as would bio-inspired computing, by adapting the memory to the received stimuli, rather than in the deterministic mode of today’s computers. These research axes generally pertain to the domain of multifunctional electronics, for which Martin operates and develops a high-performance measurement bench.
Institut de Physique et de Chimie des Matériaux de Strasbourg