Invited speakers

Keynote talk

Prof. Albert Fert – UMR CNRS-Thale, France (The Nobel Prize in Physics 2007) (biography) Title: “Orbitronics: orbit currents induced by charge/spin currents, FMR or light for torques or TeraHz emission.”

Perspective talk

Prof. Andrew Kent – Professor of Physics, Director Center for Quantum Phenomena, New York University (biography) Title: “Spintronics with Ferrimagnetic and Antiferromagnetic Insulators”

Dr. Gianluca Gubbiotti, CNR-IOM, Perugia, Italy (biography) Title: “Exploring the third dimension in magnonics”

Invited talks

Prof. Claudia Felser – Max-Planck-Institut Dresden, Germany (biography) Title: “Topological magnetic materials”

Prof. Pedram Khalili Amiri – Northwestern University, USA (biography) Title: “Progress and perspectives on antiferromagnetic memory and computing devices”

Prof. Yoshichika Otani – University of Tokyo, Japan (biography) Title: “Octupole domain wall dynamics in novel chiral antiferromagnets Mn3X (X = Sn, Ge)”

Prof. Yaroslav Tserkovnyak – University of California Los Angeles, USA (biography) Title: “From energy storage to neuromorphics based on topological spin textures”

Prof. Gaspare Varvaro – Nanostructured Magnetic Materials Laboratory (nM2-Lab) – CNR, Roma (biography) Title: “PMA synthetic antiferromagnets for flexible spintronics and biomedical applications”

Prof. Kai Liu – Georgetown University, USA (biography) Title: “Magneto-Ionic Toggling of Spin Textures and Exchange Bias”

Prof. Gregory Fuchs – Applied Physics, Cornell University, USA (biography) Title: “Imaging the switching of antiferromagnetic and multiferroic devices using a single spin microscope”

Prof. Andrei Slavin – Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan, USA (biography) Title: “Spintronic Diode as a Quadratic Signal Detector and RF Energy Harvester”

Dr. Liza Herrera Diez – CNRS- Université Paris Saclay, France (biography) Title: “Magneto-ionics in CoFeB alloys”

Prof. Mi-Young Im, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California (biography) Title: “Controlling Topological Spin Textures from Generation to Movement for Advanced Microelectronic Applications”

Prof. Caroline Ross, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge – Title: “to be announced”

Prof. Olena Gomonay, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz (biography) Title: “to be announced”

Dr. Bernard Dieny, SPINTEC, Univ.Grenoble Alpes/CEA-INAC/CNRS (biography) Title: “Towards innovative treatments of cancers and diabetes based on magneto-mechanical stimulation of cells”

Keynote talk

Prof. Stuart Parkin – Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Germany (biography) Title: to be announced

Perspective talk

Dr. Peter Fischer – Deputy Division Director Materials Sciences Division | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley (biography) Title: “Exploring and harnessing new levels of complexity, frustration and chirality with 3d nanomagnetism”

Prof. Jairo Sinova, Johannes Gutenberg Universität, Mainz (biography) Title:“to be announced”

Invited talks

Prof. Yang Hyunsoo – National University of Singapore, Singapore (biography) Title: “Unconventional computing and energy harvesting using spin-devices”

Prof. Teruo Ono – Kyoto University, Japan (biography) Title: “Three dimensional magnetic memory”

Prof. Salvador Pané i Vidal – Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems (IRIS) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich (biography) Title: “Magnetic Small-Scale Robots”

Dr. Ricardo Ferreira, INL Braga, Portugal (biography) Title: “Spintronic Circuits: interconnected resistive networks of spintronic devices with multiple functionalities”

Prof. Jordi Sort Viñas – Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain (biography) Title: “Voltage-control of magnetism: fundamental mechanisms and prospective applications in low-power memory and artificial synapses”

Dr. Katrin Schultheiß – Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany (biography) – Title: “Pattern recognition with nonlinear magnonic hardware”

Dr. Andrada-Oana Mandru – Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Switzerland (biography) Title: ”Generation of two distinct skyrmion types in magnetic heterostructures and voltage-induced switching from one type to another”

Prof. Johan Åkerman, University of Gothenburg, Sweden (biography) Title: “Ising Machines based on spin waves and spin Hall nano-oscillators”

Prof. Joo-Von Kim, CNRS – Université Paris-Saclay, France (biography) Title: “Aspects of unconventional computing with nonlinear magnonics”

Prof. Victorino Franco, Dpto. Física de la Materia Condensada Universidad de Sevilla, Spain (biography) Title: “Magneticaloric effect: from materials to devices”

Prof. Zhongming Zeng, Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics, China – Title: “to be announced”

Prof. Guoqiang Yu, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, China (biography) Title: “Research progress of magnetic skyrmions in thin film heterojunctions”