• Molecular Spintronics
    is a new field of research that combines the ideas and concepts developed in spintronics with the possibilities offered by molecules to perform
    electronic functions, to form self-organized nanostructures and to exhibit quantum effects.

    It ultimate goal is the creation of new spintronic devices using molecular materials, or in the longer term one or a few molecules in the race
    toward miniaturization.
  • To reach this goal a coordinated effort of the communities of Spintronics, Molecular Electronics and Molecular Magnetism is needed.

    These communities are developing a very competitive and high-quality work in Europe in their respective fields. Still, Molecular Spintronics is so
    new that an initiative to encourage networking of researchers in this field is of paramount importance.

    The present COST ACTION intends to fill this gap integrating these communities around a common Action that should serve to consolidate the
    world-leadership of Europe in this field.
When approaching a new topic or an unfamiliar concept, the first stop for students of all levels is an internet search and, more often than not, Wikipedia. Outstanding articles thus pave the entrance to a field and attract the most brilliant minds.

About one in 200 Wikipedia articles in each language are labeled by the community as good after a collaborative process of peer review and polishing to meet certain standard quality criteria. The COST action MOLSPIN celebrates good Wikipedia articles on Molecular Spintronics and related topics, and we encourage researchers and students to produce more of them. If you write one such article, please send the link once it has been labeled as such by the Wikipedia community.

In 2018, a Master student chose as an assignment for his practicum at the ICMol to prepare a wikipedia article on Single Molecule Magnets. Take a look!
-Single Molecule Magnets (in French )

Currently examples of good wikipedia articles on our area range from the most general to specific concepts and applications:
- Electromagnetism (in Latin in Español and in Esperanto )
- Maxwell's Equations (in Spanish , in Russian and in Belarussian , in Macedonian )
- Electric Field (in Sicilianu )
- Magnetic Field (in French )
- Giant Magnetorresistance (in Russian )
- Magnetochemistry (in Spanish )
- Exchange Interaction (in Spanish )
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (in Euskera and in Slovakian )
- Atomic Force Microscopy (in German )