Scope of the Workshop
Topology and Dynamics unite key fields of research that have recently spurred intense scientific interest but also cover the key functionalities of devices that require stable properties combined with ultra-fast and/or low power operation. The concept of topology plays an important role in nature and has implications in many fields of science as diverse as cosmology, particle physics, quantum manybody systems, superfluidity, liquid crystals, and metal-lurgy. The topology of a system is described by a topological charge, which emerges from the winding of an order parameter that lives in a space characterizing the eigenstates of the system. Topological properties of states of diverse nature now underpin such branches of applied science as topological electronics, skyrmion-based spintronics or quantum computing. This virtual workshop will provide an international forum to discuss about those topics and to identify potential future challenges. This workshop is organized with the TopDyn project (https://topdyn.uni-mainz.de/) funded in July 2019 as a collaboration of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern and Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research Mainz.
Program – October 7th, 2020Steering committee
M. Kläui – Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Mainz, Germany
J. Sinova – Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Mainz, Germany
Y. Mokrousov – Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Mainz, Germany
H. Ott – Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
B. Hillebrands – Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
M. Fleischhauer – Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 914 3759 8153
Title of the talk
|09.20- 09.30||Mathias Klaui, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Mainz, Germany|
Workshop opening and welcome
|09.30- 10.00||Monica Aidelsburger, Universität München – “Floquet topological phases with ultracold atoms in periodically-driven lattices”||coming soon|
|10.00- 10.30||Nir Barr-Gill, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel – “Probing chiral-induced magnetization and 2D magnets using a diamond magnetic microscope”||coming soon|
|10.30- 11.00||Yoshi Chika Otani, University of Tokyo, Japan – “Domain wall dynamics in chiral antiferromagnets from the viewpoint of magnetic octupole”||coming soon|
|11.15- 11.45||Blugel Stefan, Peter Grünberg Institut Jülich, Germany – “Static, life time, and dynamical properties of zero field stable skyrmions in thin magnetic layers”||coming soon|
|11.45- 12.15||Mark Spencer Rudner, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark – “Dynamical quantum materials”||coming soon|
|15.00- 15.30||Claudia Felser, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Germany – “Magnetic Weyl Semimetals”||coming soon|
|15.30- 16.00||Mikael Rechtsmann, Pennsylvania State University, PA, USA – “Nonlinear aspects of topological photonics”||coming soon|
|16:00- 16:30||Emil Prodan, Yeshiva University, New York, NY, USA – “Innovation in materials science via K-Theory and Non-Commutative Geometry”||coming soon|
|16.30- 17.00||Stephan M Mandt, University of California, Irvine, CA, USA – “Machine Learning and Physics: Bridging the Gap”||coming soon|
|17.00- 17.10||Workshop end and conclusions|
How to Submit an Abstract
- All abstracts must be submitted electronically through the website petaspin.com (link is attached below).
- Abstracts sent via email, fax, or regular mail will not be processed or acknowledged.
- Corresponding author must login to his/her petaspin account or create a new account, select the conference “TopDyn Workshop” in the top-down menu, and proceed with submission.
- Acknowledgment of your submission will be sent via email. If you do not receive an email confirmation, your abstract has not been submitted. Please check the email address that you entered into the online system.
- Abstracts should be in the form of one page summary. Please, download here the abstract template (Workshop_template.doc, Workshop_templete.docx)