COSMICS is a H2020/FET-Open project (Future and Emerging Technologies).
COSMICS intends to develop a modelling platform around molecular spintronics and general concepts for efficient strategies to greatly optimize the magneto-transport properties of materials/devices.



Presentations related to COSMICS

Seminar Polytechnique/LSI Oct. 2020

Magnetism at the interface of molecules and inorganic substrate (Cyrille Barreteau)

JEMS 2019

Magneto-Crystalline anisotropy of Fe, Co and Ni slabs : A benchmark from DFT and Tight-Binding models (Ludovic Le Laurent)

DSL 2019

Spin Physics at the interface of molecules and inorganic substrate (Cyrille Barreteau)


Concepts and modelling tools in molecular spintronics (Cyrille Barreteau)

ECMoLS 2018

Interplay between epitaxial relationship and spin texture in a monolayer of spin crossover molecules adsorbed on a metallic surface (Vincent Repain)

Modelling of the magnetic anisotropy of molecules/ferromagnets interfaces(Cyrille Barreteau)

JEMS 2018

Light-Induced Spin Crossover in Two-Dimensional Molecular Networks (Amandine Bellec)

Spin crossover in molecular materials (Jose Antonio Real)

Review articles

Spin-Crossover Complexes in Direct Contact with Surfaces by Manuel Gruber and Richard Berndt,  Magnetochemistry . 6, 083603 (2020)

QuantumATK: an integrated platform of electronic and atomic-scale modelling tools by Troels Markussen et. al. J. Phys.: Cond. Matt.32, 015901 (2020)

Molecular electronics: Scanning tunneling microscopy and single-molecule devices. by Amandine Bellec, Jérôme Lagoute and Vincent Repain Comptes Rendus Chimie 21, 1287 (2018)

The Kondo resonance line shape in scanning tunnelling spectroscopy: instrumental aspects by Manuel Gruber, Alexander Weismann and Richard Berndt J. Phys. Cond. Matt 30, 424001 (2018)