The new generation of neuromorphic chips

Aucune description alternative pour cette imageSpin-Ion is thrilled to announce that our EIC transition project got awarded under “Green digital devices for the future” challenge. Our project will deliver next-generation low-power magnetic chips that merge memory and processor together, which are more amenable to future neuromorphic applications. It is great to see the European Commission investing in the next generation of neuromorphic spintronic chips, as they are key to European technology sovereignty and reindustrialization.(read more)

Mar 06, 2023

kick-off of the METASPIN project

Aucune description alternative pour cette imageYesterday was the kick-off of the METASPIN project, a Pathfinder project financed by the European Innovation Council and gathering three universities, two research institutes and three companies.

The goal is to integrate a new low-power artificial synapse technology based on magneto-ionic nanodevices and learning algorithms into an ANN demonstrator preventing catastrophic forgetting.

Spin-Ion Technologies is proud to be part of this very innovative project and to be working with such an outstanding team.(read more)

Feb 26, 2022

A very nice article in Magnetics Business & Technology

A very nice article in Magnetics Business & Technology highlighting the solutions we provide to our customers at Spin-ion technologies. To read the article follow this link

Nov 17, 2022

Announcement: Collaboration with Quantum Design

Spin-Ion Technologies is happy to announce a collaboration with Quantum Design International for the distribution of its Helium-S equipment. (read more)

May 9, 2022

Intel to open a new R&D hub in France

Happy to have a new neighbour: Intel is planning to open an R&D hub in France’s Plateau de Saclay. “Intel Announces Initial Investment of More Than €33 Billion for Semiconductor R&D and Manufacturing in EU.” (read more)

Mar 16, 2022

Contribution of EU semiconductor industry to tech sovereignty

With his ion beam technology, Spin-Ion is part of the development of the semiconductor industry in Europe. As Luc Van den Hove, imec CEO says: “You can’t make an advanced chip without relying on European technology”. (read more)

Jan 3, 2022

Spintronics to reach industrial scale by 2030

Spintronics listed among the top-10 technologies to reach industrial scale by 2030″. (read more)

Jul 2, 2021

More News

Spin-Ion Technologies to be part of the ERC Proof of Concept project “SOFT”

Spin-Ion Technologies is proud to be part of the ERC Proof of Concept project “SOFT”, coordinated by Spintec. (read more)

Nov 28, 2020

Spin-Ion Technologies nominated for the 2020 World Materials Forum Start-Up Challenge

MRAM Process Development And Production Briefing: What is MRAM and why is it becoming more attractive to the industry?

Article by Jeffrey F. Barnum, from KLA, published in Semiconductor Engineering.

KLA is underlying here a major challenge in MRAM scale-up: “Even a few missing atoms can significantly affect RA and TMR”. The precise control of material quality, crucial for MRAM manufacturing, is at the heart of Spin-Ion’s activity. Spin-Ion Technologies provides an innovative ion beam process to improve MRAM materials at the atomic scale.

Nov 24, 2020

Spin-Ion Technologies nominated for the 2020 World Materials Forum Start-Up Challenge

Spin-Ion Technologies is happy to announce that it has been nominated for the 2020 World Materials Forum Start-up Challenge. (read more)

May 20, 2020

Article in the technological press

Spin-Ion Technologies is proud to be featured again by L’Usine Nouvelle in this recent article presenting an overview of the start-up company. 

Apr 15, 2020

Spin-Ion Technologies featured by L’Usine Nouvelle in this report on the French excellence in spintronics

Spin-Ion Technologies is happy to be featured in this full report by L’Usine Nouvelle on the French excellence in spintronics.

The Spintronic ecosystem in France is an extremely vivid area of research and development including 20 laboratories with a total of 330 researchers in the field, an IP portfolio of 153 patents and five start-up companies covering the value chain of this emerging field: Crocus Technology and CrivaSense Technologies in magnetic sensors, Antaios in MRAM, Spin-Ion Technologies in materials manufacturing processes and Hprobe in testing.

Mar 26, 2020

Article in the business press

The French business newspaper ‘La Tribune’ just published an article about Spin-Ion Technologies. The article describes the history of our young start-up company and our achievements and ends up with a look into the future. (read more)

Jan 14, 2020

Spin-Ion Technologies among the 10 French deep tech champions of 2019

La Tribune (national financial newspaper) wrote an article about Spin-Ion Technologies and the 9 other i-Lab Grand Prix for 2019. (read more)

Jul 27, 2019

Spin-Ion awarded the 2019 i-Lab Grand Prix

We are proud to announce that Spin-Ion Technologies was awarded the « Grand Prix » from the i-Lab 2019 Innovation contest.

i-Lab is France’s largest deep-tech innovation contest for startups. This year, out of 468 contestants, 75 were selected as laureates by BPI France and the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and among them, 10 were awarded the Grand Prix. Since 1999, i-Lab has funded 468M€ for innovative startups.

Spin-Ion Technologies received the price from the Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Mrs Frédérique Vidal.

4 projects were chosen, including Spin-Ion Technologies, to present their project in 2-min videos (in French).

Jul 05, 2019

Corina Numbela, COO of Spin-Ion, named board member of French Tech Paris-Saclay 

The Paris-Saclay area, which stretches from Versailles to Evry, brings together a unique community with more than 350 registered start-ups that have innovative and technologically advanced resources. The French Tech Paris-Saclay community label reinforces a spirit of start-up communities that wish to continue to make Paris-Saclay an increasingly attractive international territory of innovation. The FrenchTech community is supported by the actors of ecosystem innovation:

  • L’Université Paris-Saclay
  • L’Institut Polytechnique de Paris
  • La Communauté d’Agglomération Paris-Saclay
  • La Communauté d’Agglomération Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
  • La Communauté d’agglomération de Versailles Grand Parc
  • La SATT Paris-Saclay
  • Les incubateurs de start-up Incuballiance et SQYCub
  • L’Établissement public d’aménagement de Paris-Saclay
Apr 05, 2019

Spin-Ion awarded by Willa Boost for Women in Deep Tech

Spin-Ion Technologies, through our co-founder Corina Numbela, has been awarded by Willa Boost for Women in Deep Tech, a programme to promote women’s entrepreneurship in deep tech and sponsored by Incuballiance (tech incubator of Paris-Saclay), the Caisse des Dépôts (main public sector investment fund in France), the Ile-de-France region and the Paris-Saclay University. (read more)

Jan 19, 2019


Spin-Ion supports art in science through the work of women scientists-artists and NGOs that promote science and education in South America.


Dorian Diez
The graphic identity of Spin-Ion is developed together with scientific collaborator and artist L. Herrera Diez/Dorian Diez. The imaginary scenarios that she creates have been redesigned to reflect the intricate world hidden within nanoscale structures and interfaces. Liza has contributed to Spin-Ion’s visual identity through the imaginary scenarios of paintings, mugs and greeting cards.
Patricia Bondia

Patricia is a Scientific Visual Communicator who creates eye-catching illustrations and animations to help scientists connect with their audience. While working on her PhD, she got immersed in graphic design and animation and started making her own visuals. This provided her with a deep understanding of scientific communication needs. Now, her artistic view is focused on using cinema and video game tools to make science stand out. Patricia has made the eye-catching video for the introduction of the technology.

Liam Blinks

Seeking inspiration through minimalism and additive synthesis young sound designer and electronic music producer Liam Binks represents soft processing with the use of sound wave modulation and foley techniques. The sound design is set out to emphasise the impression of change, with clear before and after processing alongside a deep sensation of space. Liam has created the inspiring sound of the video for the introduction of the technology.

Cientí is a Peruvian non-profit science and education advocacy organization. It is composed of a network of scientists and researchers in Peru and around the world with the main objective of boosting together the education and science of our country. In that sense, we have created many initiatives related to online meetings for mentoring, scientific community, online webinars, virtual psychological consulting for student support, etc. Spin-Ion supports the association of Peruvian scientists presided by Nahuel Monteblanco, a member of our team.