Researcher CONICET

Expertise: Magnetism and spintronics in bulk and nanostructured materials, mainly metals, semiconductors, magnetoresistive materials (natural or artificial) and complex oxides in general. Last years I was focused on the study of the magnetic domain wall (DW) dynamics in thin magnetic films. I was also involved in the implementation of experimental techniques for the characterization of magnetic materials. Also I used different sample fabrication techniques as sol-gel, electrodeposition, sputtering methods and optical lithography as well as micro and nano electric-contacts fabrication by electron lithography.
In my career, some of the most used experimental techniques for sample characterization are: Optical microscopy, scanning and transmission electron microscopy (SEM and TEM), atomic and magnetic force microscopy (AFM and MFM), X-Ray diffraction (XRD), DC magnetization, magnetic resonance (EPR and FMR), Kerr microscopy, thermal expansion and electric transport (DC and AC below 100MHz). I also have general knowledge in vacuum and cryogenic/high temperature (in the 4-1000 K range) techniques.


Permanent position at CONICET (Argentinean Scientific and Technologic Research Council) since 01/04/2009. Actual category: Investigador Independiente (Independent researcher, third tier of a total of five). My working place is the Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Institute (CONICET-CNEA) in Magnetic Resonance Laboratory at the Bariloche Atomic Center of the Argentinean Commission of Atomic Energy. Between 2009 and 2011 I was postdoc at Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures (LPN-CNRS) and Laboratoire de Physique des Solides (LPS-CNRS) both close to Paris in France. I received my Ph.D. in Physics in 2008 from Instituto Balseiro/Cuyo’s National University working on “Synthesis, structural, magnetic and electric properties of manganite nanotubes” at the Magnetic Resonance Laboratory under supervision of R. D. Sánchez. I received my degree in Physical Sciences from the School of Exact and Natural Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina.

Contact: curiale@cab.cnea.gov.ar
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Relevant publications

1. “Magnetic dead layer in ferromagnetic manganite nanoparticles”, J. Curiale, M. Granada, H. E. Troiani, R. D. Sánchez, A. G. Leyva, P. Levy, and K. Samwer, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 95, no. 4, p. 043106, 2009.

2. “Room-temperature ferromagnetism in La2/3Sr1/3MnO3 nanoparticle assembled nanotubes”, J. Curiale, R. D. Sánchez, H. E. Troiani, A. G. Leyva, and P. Levy, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 87, no. 4, p. 043113, 2005.

3. “Unidirectional thermal effects in current-induced domain wall motion”, J. Torrejon, G. Malinowski, M. Pelloux, R. Weil, A. Thiaville, J. Curiale, D. Lacour, F. Montaigne, and M. Hehn, Phys. Rev. Lett., vol. 109, p. 106601, Sep 2012.

4. “Spin drift velocity, polarization, and current-driven domain-wall motion in (Ga,Mn)(As,P)”, J. Curiale, A. Lemaître, C. Ulysse, G. Faini, and V. Jeudy, Phys. Rev. Lett., vol. 108, p. 076604, Feb 2012.

5. “Stochastic current-induced magnetization switching in a single semiconducting ferromagnetic layer”, J. Gorchon, J. Curiale, A. Lemaître, N. Moisan, M. Cubukcu, G. Malinowski, C. Ulysse, G. Faini, J. von Bardeleben, H. and V. Jeudy, Phys. Rev. Lett., vol. 112, p. 026601, Jan 2014.

6. “Excess velocity of magnetic domain walls close to the depinning field”, N. B. Caballero, I. Fernández Aguirre, L. J. Albornoz, A. B. Kolton, J. C. Rojas-Sánchez, S. Collin, J. M. George, R. Diaz Pardo, V. Jeudy, S. Bustingorry, and J. Curiale, Phys. Rev. B, vol. 96, p. 224422, Dec 2017.

7. “Intermittent collective dynamics of domain walls in the creep regime”, M. P. Grassi, A. B. Kolton, V. Jeudy, A. Mougin, S. Bustingorry, and J. Curiale, Phys. Rev. B, vol. 98, p. 224201, Dec 2018.

8. “Common universal behavior of magnetic domain walls driven by spin-polarized electrical current and magnetic field” R. Díaz Pardo, N. Moisan, L. J. Albornoz, A. Lemaître, J. Curiale, and V. Jeudy, Phys. Rev. B, vol. 100, p. 184420, Nov 2019.