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Workshops:

Advances in Experimental Evidences About Spintronics
Nanomagnetics
Optical Manipulation of Spin Coherence in Nanostructures
Organic Spintronics
Quantum Wells and Quantum Dots
Spintronics Devices
Spin Photonics and Spin Lasers
Theoretic understanding on Spin Phenomena

 Invited Speaker:

  • Akari Takayama,University of Tokyo,Japan
    One-Dimensional Edge States with Giant Spin Splitting in a Bismuth Thin Film studied by spin-resolved ARPES            
  • Alexander Khitun, University of California, Riverside, USA
    Magnonic Holographic Memory
  • Alexy Karenowska,University of Oxford, UK
    Magnonic architectures in circuit QED
  • Ali Zaoui, University of Lille 1 Sciences and Technologies, France
    Magnetism in various compounds and ternary systems under pressure and temperature effects
  • Amitesh Paul, Technische Universität München, Germany
    Structural and Magnetic Correlations in Emergent materials 
  • Anatolii Leukhin,Mari State University,Russia
    A Bernasconi model for constructing ground-state spin systems and lowest autocorrelation binary sequence
  • Andreas K. Hüttel,University of Regensburg,Germany
  • Andrew Rushforth, University of Nottingham, UK
     Manipulating magnetic domain walls using strain 
  • Atsufumi Hirohata, University of York, UK
    Nano-spintronic devices from materials scientific perspectives
  • Barbara Jones, IBM Research, USA
    Studies of atomic scale magnetism on a complex surface for future spintronics devices
  • Bohdan Kundys,Strasbourg Institute of Materials Physics and Chemistry,France
    Towards ferroelastic functionalities for straintronics
  • Can Onur Avci, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
    Spin-orbit torques in ferromagnetic heterostructures
  • Cheng Hsiao Wu, Missouri University of Science and Technology , USA
    On General-purpose Quantum Parallel Computing: What could be the role of Spintronics?
  • Daniel Bürgler, Peter Grünberg Institute, Germany
     Asymmetric hybridization-induced intramolecular spin polarization of TPT molecules chemisorbed on Fe/W(110) films and Co/Cu(111) nanoislands
  • David Schmeltzer,the City College of New York, USA
    The chiral anomaly in the Weyl semimetal – application to spintronics
  • Dmytro Apalkov,Samsung Electronics, USA
    Challenges and solutions for nanosecond STT-MRAM
  • Eiji Shikoh, Osaka City University, Japan
    Spin-pump-induced spin transport in thermally-evaporated pentacene films
  • Eliade Stefanescu, Institute of Mathematics “Simion Stoilow” of the Romanian Academy,Romania
    Semiconductor structure converting environmental heat into usable energy
  • Felicia Iacomi,Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania
  • Fuxiang Li, Los Alamos National Lab, USA
    Single spin dynamics in an optically active quantum dot and the measurement of third order spin correlators
  • Henri Jaffrès, Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS-Thales,France
    Spin-currents and spin-orbit torques at Pt/[Ni,Co] spin-orbit split active interfaces
  • Henri-Jean Drouhin, Ecole Polytechnique, France
    Anomalous Tunnel Hall Effect: Orbital Chirality and Giant Universal Asymmetry
  • Hiromi Yuasa,Kyushu university,Japan
    Spin Seebeck power generation toward energy harvesting
  • Huanlong Liu, Headway Technologies, Inc,USA
    Perpendicular STT-MRAM chips for embedded memories: from eFlash to SRAM
  • Igor Barsukov,University of California, Riverside,USA
    Spin-torque oscillator driven by thermal gradients
  • Ilya Kaplan, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
    The Pauli exclusion principle and some still unsolved problems in its substantiation
  • Iriya Muneta, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
    Sudden restoration of the band ordering associated with the ferromagnetic phase transition in a semiconductor
  • Jean Heremans, Virginia Tech, USA
    Electromagnetic mapping from spin decoherence to time reversal symmetry breaking
  • Jean-Eric Wegrowe,Ecole Polytechnique, Universit´e Paris-Saclay,France
    Power consumption in spin Hall devices: the exception of the Corbino geometry
  • Jiyong Fu, University of Brasilia,Brasil;Qufu Normal University,China
    Persistent Skyrmion Lattice of Non-Interacting Electrons with Spin-Orbit Coupling
  • John Wallace,Casting Analysis Corp,USA
    Intrinsic Angular Momentum and  Stability
  • Junichi Iwasaki,University of Tokyo, Japan
    Dynamics and Structural Change of Magnetic Skyrmions
  • Kazuki Nakada, Hiroshima City University, Japan
    Dynamical Systems Design for Spintronic Devices and its Applications
  • Kuntal Roy, Purdue University, USA
    Spintronics: Recent developments and future perspectives on ultra-low-energy, area-efficient, and ultra-fast spin-devices and spin-circuits
  • Kwang S. Kim, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST),Korea
     Electronic/Spintronic Transport & Spectroscopy of Materials
  •  Leonid V. Kulik, Institute of Solid State Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
    Condensation of spin excitations in two dimensions
  • Lucia Del Bianco,University of Ferrara,Italy
    Antiferromagnetic spin correlation and exchange coupling in IrMn/NiFe films and nanodots
  • Mahdi Afshar,Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, Iran
    Pros and cons of relativisitic effects in molecular magnetism
  • Mamoru Matsuo,Advanced Science Research Center,Japan Atomic Energy Agency,Japan
    Mechanical generation of spin and spin current
  • Marco Battiato,Vienna University of Technology,Austria
    Ultrafast and gigantic spin injection in semiconductors
  • Maria Grazia Betti,University of Rome “La Sapienza”,Italy
    Graphene-mediated anti-ferromagnetic coupling between metalorganic molecules and magnetic intralayers
  • Markus Meinert, Bielefeld University, Germany
    Novel materials for antiferromagnetic spintronics
  • Masahiro Sato,Ibaraki University, Japan
    Quantum theory for laser-driven spin current in multiferroics
  • Matthias Opel, Walther-Meissner-Institut, Germany
    Static Magnetic Proximity Effects and Spin-Hall Magnetoresistance in Pt/Y3Fe5O12 and inverted Y3Fe5O12/Pt bilayers
  • Ming Yan,Shanghai University,China
    Some novel spin-wave effects in magnetic nanostructures revealed by micromagnetic modeling
  • Mikihiko Oogane,Tohoku University, Japan
    Tunnel Magneto-resistance Using Ferromagnetic Ordered Alloys
  • Muhammad Azeem,University of Sharjah,United Arab Emirates
    Potential of Rare Earth Metals Nitrides in Spintronic Devices
  • Nicholas Kioussis, California State University Northridge, USA
    Electric Field Control of Magnetism: Towards Ultralow Energy Memory Devices
  • Prashant Singh,Iowa State University,USA
    Experimental and theoretical investigation of Heusler alloys: promising candidates for spintronics applications
  • Sara Majetich, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
    Conductive Atomic Force Microscopy of Magnetic Tunnel Junctions
  • Satoshi Haku, Keio University,Japan
    Graphene spintronics with ferromagnetic metal and insulator
  • Saurabh Ghosh , Vanderbilt University and Oak Ridge National Lab, USA
    Engineering magnetoelectric coupling at room temperature in perovskite oxides 
  • Shinji Isogami,  Fukushima National College of Technology, Japan
    Spin dynamics on ferromagnetic nitride thin films
  • Shyamal Kumar Saha,Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, India
    Fate of graphene as a spintronic material
  • Tetsuo Endoh, Tohoku University,Japan
    STT-MRAM and MTJ/CMOS Hybrid NV-logic for Low Power Systems
  • Thomas Silva, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
    Novel spectroscopic method to measure spin-charge transduction in unpatterned ferromagnetic multilayers 
  • Tomohiro Koyama, The University of Tokyo,Japan
    Magnetization switching and domain wall motion induced by spin transfer torque and spin orbit torque in perpendicularly magnetized materials
  • Venkatraman Gopalan, Pennsylvania State University, USA
    Multiferroic Polar Metals
  • Weigang Wang, University of Arizona,USA
    Reversible control of magnetism by voltage induced oxidation 
  • Yaroslav Kvashnin, Uppsala University, Sweden
    First-principles theoretical filtering of the materials for spintronics
  • Zhe Yuan, Beijing Normal University, China
    Spin current dissipation and generation at interfaces