Invited Speakers

Magnetism related

Prof. Albert Fert – CNRS, France (The Nobel Prize in Physics 2007) (biography)
Title: Skyrmions in 2D magnets and magnetic layers with large spin-orbit effects


Prof. Johan Åkerman – University of Gothenburg, Sweden (biography)
Title:
Microwave signal generation and neuromorphic computing using large spin Hall nano-oscillator arrays.


Prof. Olivier Boulle – Spintec, Grenoble, France (biography)
Title: Magnetic skyrmions in ultrathin films and their manipulation using electrical current


Prof. Peter Fischer – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (biography)
Title: Opportunities, challenges and future trends in imaging spin textures down to fundamental length and time scales


Prof. Eric Fullerton – University of California, San Diego (biography)
Title:
Advanced materials for spin generation, transport and dynamics


Prof. Pietro Gambardella – Department of Materials at ETH Zurich (biography)
Title: Chirally coupled nanomagnets


Prof. Burkard Hillebrands – University of Kaiserslautern (biography)
Title: Magnonics with macroscopic quantum states


Prof. Axel Hoffmann – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (biography)
Title: Hybridized Magnon Modes


Prof. Hans Josef Hug – EMPA (biography)
Title: Quantitative magnetic force microscopy – an experimental tool to develop thin film systems supporting skyrmion bobbers at room temperature


Prof. Vincent Jacques – Laboratoire Charles Coulomb (Montpellier, France)(biography)
Title: Exploring the physics of antiferromagnetic materials with a single spin microscope


Prof. Tomas Jungwirth – University of Nottingham (biography)
Title: Antiferromagnets: from neuromorphic microelectronics to ultra-fast optical recording


Prof. Andy Kent – New York University (biography)
Title:
Spin-transfer switching and magnetic interactions in perpendicular magnetic tunnel junctions nanopillars


Prof. Andrei Kirilyuk – FELIX Laboratory, Radboud University, Nijmegen (biography)
Title:
Pathways to ultrafast all-optical magnetic switching in metals and dielectrics


Prof. Luis Lopez-Diaz – Universidad de Salamanca, Spain (biography)
Title: Towards multiphysics modelling of magnetic devices


Prof. Shigemi Mizukami – Tohoku University (biography)
Title: All-optical probe of magnetization dynamics in synthetic antiferromagnets


Prof. Yukio Nozaki – Keio University (biography)
Title: Spin current generation using vorticity in solids


Prof. Lucian Prejbeanu – Spintec Executive Director (biography)
Title:
New challenges for scalable and ultrafast magnetic memories


Prof. Jairo Sinova – Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz (biography)
Title: Topological Antiferromagnetic Spintronics


Prof. Andrei Slavin – Oakland University, USA (biography)
Title: Ultrafast Magnetization Dynamics in Current-Driven Antiferromagnets


Prof. Oleg Tretiakov – Senior Lecturer at UNSW (Sydney, Australia) (biography)
Title:
Fast domain wall motion in chiral ferromagnets and ferrimagnetic insulators


Prof. Kang L. Wang – University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) (biography)
Title:
Advances and challenges in Ferri and Antifero-magnetics from Ferromagnetics


Prof. Hyunsoo Yang – National University of Singapore (biography)
Title: Spin orbit torque devices using topological materials


Prof. Guoqiang Yu – Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing (biography)
Title:
Current-driven magnetization switching in a van der Waals ferromagnet Fe3GeTe2


Interdisciplinary

Prof. Supriyo Bandyopadhyay – Virginia Commonwealth University (biography)
Title: Straintronics: Ultra energy-efficient Boolean and non-Boolean computing with strain-switched nanomagnets.


Dr. Kerem Y. Camsari – Purdue University (biography)
Title: p-bits: Between a bit and a q-bit


Prof. Jacqueline M. Cole – University of Cambridge (biography)
Title: Data-driven Materials Discovery for Magnetic Applications


Prof. Massimiliano Di Ventra – UCSD, USA (biography)
Title: Memcomputing: computing in and with memory


Prof. Javad Shabani – Center for Quantum Phenomena, New York University (biography)
Title: Phase fingerprint of topological transition in Josephson Junctions