Program Committee & Session Chairs

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MMM 2022 Program Committee

Fundamental Properties and Cooperative Phenomena

  • Igor Zutic, University of Buffalo, Dept. of Physics
  • Arjun Pathak, State University of New York, Buffalo State
  • Derek Stewart, Western Digital

Magnetoelectronic Materials and Phenomena

  • Karin Leistner, Technische Universität Chemnitz
  • Silvia Piccozzi, CNR-SPIN
  • Felix Casanova, CIC Naogune
  • Ying-Hao Chu, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University
  • Dustin Gilbert, University of Tennessee
  • Pham Nam Hai, Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Yuya Sakuraba, NIMS
  • Nittin Samarth, Penn State

Spintronics – Fundamentals and Devices

  • Saroj Dash, Chalmers University of Technology
  • Takahiro Moriyama, Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University
  • Weisheng Zhao, Fert Beijing Institute, Beihang University
  • Vincent Baltz, SPINTEC
  • Satoru Emori, Virginia Tech
  • Karin Everschor-Sitte, University Duisburg-Essen
  • Kohei Hamaya, Osaka University, Japan
  • Thomas Jungwirth, University of Nottingham
  • Makoto Kohda, Tohoku University
  • Waldemar Macedo, Centro de Desenvolvimento da Tecnologia Nuclear – CDTN
  • Witold Skowvronsky, AGH University of Science and Technology
  • Vincent Sokalski, Carnegie Mellon
  • Sumito Tsunegi, AIST

Magnetization Dynamics and Micromagnetics

  • Hans Nembach, NIST Boulder
  • Dieter Suess, University of Vienna
  • Stefan Bluegel, Forschungszentrum Juelich
  • Kouta Kondou, University of Tokyo
  • Carles Navau, Autonomous University of Barcelona
  • Sebastiaan van Dijken, Aalto University
  • Hyunsoo Yang, NUS
  • Yan Zhou, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Magnetic Recording

  • Dafiné Ravelosona, Université Paris Saclay
  • Simon Greaves, Tohoku University
  • Chris Rea, Seagate Technology

Soft Magnetic Materials

  • Nicoleta Lupu, National Institute of R&D for Technical Physics
  • Ignasi Fina, ICMAB
  • Eva Pellicer, Autonomous University of Barcelona

Hard Magnetic Materials

  • Alberto Bollero, IMDEA
  • Julius de Rojas, University of Durham
  • Enric Menéndez, Autonomous University of Barcelona
  • Hossein Sepehri-Amin, NIMS

Structured Materials

  • Jamileh Beik Mohammadi, Loyola University, New Orleans
  • Paola Tiberto, INRIM
  • Sara Majetich, Carnegie Mellon
  • Taro Nagahama, Hokkaido University
  • Josep Nogués, Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology
  • Elizabeth Skoropata, Paul Scherer Institute, Switzerland
  • Michael Vogel, University of Kassel

Multi-Functional Magnetic Materials and Applications

  • Axel Hoffmann, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • Mehrdad Elyasi, Tohoku University
  • Suzanne te Velthius, Argonne National Lab

Sensors, High Frequency Devices and Power Devices

  • Yanhui Gao, Oita University, Japan
  • Rubem Sommer, Brazilian Center of Physics Research, Rio
  • Amr Adly, Cairo University
  • Zhi Ning Chen, NUS
  • Peng Li, Auburn University
  • Myounggyu Noh, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials

Interdisciplinary and Emerging Topics

  • Cindi Dennis, NIST
  • Ravi Hadimani, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Jaesuk Kwon, University of Texas, Austin
  • Jiayan Law, University of Seville
  • Salvador Pané, ETH Zurich

Magnetic Characterization

  • Hendrik Ohldag, ALS
  • Victorino Franco, Universidad de Sevilla
  • Valeria Lauter, ORNL
VIRTUAL SESSION CHAIRS
AOAElectronic Structure and Critical PhenomenaChengGongUniversity of MarylandUnited States
AOBLow-Dimensional Systems and Frustrated MagnetimsYaroslavMudrykIowa State UniversityUnited States
AOCSuperconductivity and Quantum MaterialsMahmudKhanMiami UniversityUnited States
APAFundamental Properties and Cooperative PhenomenaRajeshChopdekarWestern DigitalUnited States
BOAComplex OxidesDanielaPettiPolitecnico di MilanoItaly
BOBMultiferroic, Magnetoelectric and Half-Metallic MaterialsTakahideKubotaTohoku UniversityJapan
BPAMultiferroics, Magnetoelectrics, Complex Oxides and Half-MetallicsYing-HaoChuNational Yang Ming Chiao Tung UniversityTaiwan
COAMagneto-ionicsEnricMenendezAutonomous University of BarcelonaSpain
COBTopological Insulators, Dirac Materials, 2D and Layered van der Waals Materials IMarcoGobbiCIC nanoGUNESpain
COCTopological Insulators, Dirac Materials, 2D and Layered van der Waals Materials IIShinobuOhyaThe University of TokyoJapan
CPAMagnetoelectronic Materials and PhenomenaMarkusGößlerChemnitz University of TechnologyGermany
DOAMagnetoresistance in Heterostructures (GMR, TMR, TAMR)WilliamEchtenkampUniversity of MinnesotaUnited States
SimonGranvilleVictoria University of WellingtonNew Zealand
DOBMRAM, Magnetic Logic and Related DevicesChristopherSafranskiIBMUnited States
ReinoudLavrijsenEindhoven University of TechnologyNetherlands
DOCNeuromorphic ComputingJosephFriedmanThe University of Texas at DallasUnited States
DPASpintronic Devices for Memory and ComputingShouzhongPengBeihang UniversityChina
LudingWangEindhoven University of TechnologyNetherlands
EOAAntiferromagnetic Spintronics IKab-JinKimKorea Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyKorea (the Republic of)
Myoung-WooYooUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUnited States
EOBAntiferromagnetic Spintronics IIFernandoAjejasUniversity of California, San DiegoUnited States
EOCSkyrmions IOlivierBoulleSPINTECFrance
EODSkyrmions IIAvikGhoshUniversity of VirginiaUnited States
EOESpin-Orbitronics IShinjiIsogamiNational Institute for Materials ScienceJapan
TomohiroTaniguchiNational Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and TechnologyJapan
EOFSpin-Orbitronics IIVictorLopez DominguezNorthwestern UniversityUnited States
EPAAntiferromagnetic Spintronics IIITakeshiSekiTohoku UniversityJapan
EPBSkyrmions and Spin-OrbitronicsYueLiArgonne National LaboratoryUnited States
FOASpin DynamicsLakhanBainslaUniversity of GothenburgSweden
FOBSpin Hall and Spin-Orbit Torque ISimranjeetSinghCarnegie Mellon UniversityUnited States
FOCSpin Hall and Spin-Orbit Torque IIYongxiOuThe Pennsylvania State UniversityUnited States
FODSpin TransportBhaskaranMuralidharanIndian Institute of TechnologyIndia
YukiHibinoNational Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and TechnologyJapan
FPASpin Current and DynamicsLucasCarettaBrown UniversityUnited States
GOAMagnetization Dynamics IVijaysankarKalappattilColorado State UniversityUnited States
GOBMagnetization Dynamics IIEzioIacoccaUniversity of Colorado Colorado SpringsUnited States
GOCMagnetization Dynamics IIIStevenLouisOakland UniversityUnited States
GODMagnetization Dynamics IVDmytroBozhkoUniversity of Colorado Colorado SpringsUnited States
GOEMagnetization Dynamics VJose AngelFernandez-RoldanHelmholtz Zentrum Dresden-RossendorfGermany
RaghavSharmaNational University of SingaporeSingapore
GPAMagnetization Dynamics VIJosephSklenarWayne State UniversityUnited States
ShuyuanShiBeihang UniversityChina
HOAMagnetic Imaging and Magnetization DynamicsAndrewKunzMarquette UniversityUnited States
HOBMagnetization Dynamics and MicromagneticsGabrielChaves-O’FlynnPolska Akademia Nauk Instytut Fizyki MolekularnejPoland
HOCNew Approaches in Computational MagnetismMichaelDonahueNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyUnited States
HODSkyrmions: Characterization, Dynamics and ControlKab-JinKimKorea Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyKorea (the Republic of)
ThomasWinklerJGU MainzGermany
HPAMagnetization Dynamics and MicromagneticsStefanPollokDanmarks Tekniske UniversitetDenmark
AlexanderKovacsDanube University KremsAustria
HPBSkyrmions and Domain WallsJacksonRossUniversity of YorkUnited Kingdom
HaraldOezeltDanube University KremsAustria
IOAMagnetic Recording ISimonGreavesTohoku UniversityJapan
IOBMagnetic Recording IIChrisReaSeagate TechnologyUnited States
IPAMagnetic Recording IIIDafineRavelosonaUniversite Paris SaclayFrance
JOAAmorphous and Nanocrystalline Soft Magnets IManuelVázquezInstituto de Ciencia de Materiales de MadridSpain
CharudattaPhatakArgonne National LaboratoryUnited States
JOBFerrites, Garnets and Magneto-Dielectric Materials IRamanathanMahendiranNational University of SingaporeSingapore
JOCSoft Magnetic Crystalline Alloys IVictorinoFrancoUniversity of SevilleSpain
JPAAmorphous and Nanocrystalline Soft Magnets IICristinaBranInstituto de Ciencia de Materiales de MadridSpain
JPBFerrites, Garnets and Magneto-Dielectric Materials IIChuanpuLiuColorado State UniversityUnited States
JPCSoft Magnetic Crystalline Alloys IINicolaMorleyUniversity of SheffieldUnited Kingdom
KOAHard Magnetic Materials I: Rare Earth-based CompoundsThomasSchreflDanube University KremsAustria
KOBHard Magnetic Materials IV: Rare-Earth Free Hard Magnetic MaterialsBrianLejeuneNortheastern UniversityUnited States
KOCHard Magnetic Materials VI: Nanostructured, Composite and Other Hard Magnetic Materials (Including Intermetallic Alloys and L10 Alloys)ChuanpuLiuColorado State UniversityUnited States
KPAHard Magnetic Materials II: Rare Earth-based CompoundsEnricMenendezAutonomous University of BarcelonaSpain
KPBHard Magnetic Materials III: Rare Earth-based CompoundsZhengMaUniversitat Autònoma de BarcelonaSpain
KPCHard Magnetic Materials V: Rare-Earth Free Hard Magnetic MaterialsJuliusde RojasUniversity of DurhamUnited Kingdom
KPDHard Magnetic Materials VII: Nanostructured, Composite and Other Hard Magnetic Materials (Including Intermetallic Alloys and L10 Alloys)XinTangNIMSJapan
LOAThin Films and Patterned StructuresFrancaAlbertiniInstitute of Materials for Electronics and Magnetism, National Research CouncilItaly
LOBThin Films and Surface EffectsPaolaTibertoINRIMItaly
Joao PauloSinneckerCentro Brasileiro de Pesquisas FísicasBrazil
LPAStructured MaterialsYuShiratsuchiOsaka UniversityJapan
MOANanocomposite Magnetic MaterialsJohanvan LieropUniversity of ManitobaCanada
AmalEl-GhazalyCornell UniversityUnited States
MPANanoparticles, Exchange Bias and 3D StructuresCharudattaPhatakArgonne National LaboratoryUnited States
NOAMagneto-Elastic and -Optical PhenomenaMichelleJamerUnited States Naval AcademyUnited States
NOBMagnetocaloric Materials IBrittanyNelson-CheesemanUniversity of St. ThomasUnited States
NOCMagnetocaloric Materials IINoraDempseyInsttitut NEEL CNRSFrance
NPAMagneto-Elastic, -Optical and Other PhenomenaRadhikaBaruaVirginia Commonwealth UniversityUnited States
NPBMagnetocaloric Materials IIIArjunPathakState University of New York, Buffalo StateUnited States
OOAMagnetic Sensors and Devices INicoletaLupuNational Institute of R&D for Technical PhysicsRomania
CarmineClementeUniversity of SannioItaly
OOBMagnetic Sensors and Devices IIAtsufumiHirohataUniversity of YorkUnited Kingdom
OPAMagnetic Sensors and Devices IIIDianaLeitaoEindhoven University of TechnologyNetherlands
OPBMotors, Actuators and RelatedMattiaButtaCzech Technical University in PragueCzechia
PPAMagnetics for Power Electronics and ControlYongjianLiHebei University of TechnologyChina
PPBShielding, Levitation and PropulsionJang-YoungChoiChungnam National UniversityKorea (the Republic of)
PPCTransformers and InductorsXiaojunZhaoNorth China Electric Power UniversityChina
QOABiomedical Application of Magnetic NanoparticlesFrankAbelNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyUnited States
QOBMagnetic Stimulation in Biology, Magnetic Fluids and ActuatorsAdamBiacchiNational Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)United States
QPAApplications of Magnetic Nanoparticles in BiomedicineEduardoDe Lima CorreaNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyUnited States
QPBManipulation of Magnetic FluidsNormanWereleyUniversity of MarylandUnited States
ROAMagnetic Characterization from Nano to MacroPeterFischerLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUnited States
AlphaN’DiayeLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUnited States
ROBRecent Advances In Magnetic ImagingRoopaliKukrejaUniversity of California, DavisUnited States
NannaZhou HagströmStockholm UniversitySweden
RPAMagnetic Characterization and ImagingHendrikOhldagLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUnited States
ThomasFeggelerLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUnited States
SA2D van der Waals Magnets for Practical Device ApplicationsManh-HuongPhanUniversity of South FloridaUnited States
QimingShaoThe Hong-Kong University of Science and TechnologyChina
SBRecent Developments in Advanced Magnetic Tunnel JunctionsDanielGopmanNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyUnited States
SCImaging Magnetic Textures at the NanoscalePeterRickhausQnami AGSwitzerland
SDMetrics and Measurements of Spin-Orbit Torque MRAMShehrinSayedUniversity of California, BerkeleyUnited States
JonathanSunIBM T. J. Watson Research CenterUnited States
SEEmerging Researcher Symposium on Artificial Spin Ice and ApplicationsPeterSchifferYale UniversityUnited States
JosephSklenarWayne State UniversityUnited States
SFComputing with Spintronic OscillatorsMarkStilesNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyUnited States
SGUnconventional Spin-Orbit Torques in Ferromagnets, Ferrimagnets, and AntiferromagnetsJohanÅkermanUniversity of GothenburgSweden
TUTutorial: Towards 3D NanomagnetismCharudattaPhatakArgonne National LaboratoryUnited States
YAEvening Session 1: Magnetism in Nature and the UniverseChrisLeightonUniversity of MinnesotaUnited States
ZAEvening Session 2: Roundtable Discussion on Advanced Magnetic Materials for Novel Computing ParadigmsMarkStilesNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyUnited States
ONSITE SESSION CHAIRS
AASYMPOSIUM: 2D van der Waals Magnets for Practical Device ApplicationsManh-HuongPhanUniversity of South FloridaUnited States
QimingShaoThe Hong-Kong University of Science and TechnologyChina
ABElectronic Structure and Critical Phenomena / Low-D Systems and Frustrated MagnetismChengGongUniversity of MarylandUnited States
ACRecent Advances In Magnetic ImagingJenaeShoupTheiss ResearchUnited States
HendrikOhldagLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUnited States
ADBiomedical Application of Magnetic Nanoparticles/Magnetic Stimulation in Biology and ActuatorsAdamBiacchiNational Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)United States
AEMagnetization Dynamics IVijaysankarKalappattilColorado State UniversityUnited States
AFNeuromorphic ComputingJosephFriedmanThe University of Texas at DallasUnited States
AGMagnetocaloric Materials IBrittanyNelson-CheesemanUniversity of St. ThomasUnited States
AHSpin Hall and Spin-Orbit Torque ISimranjeetSinghCarnegie Mellon UniversityUnited States
BASYMPOSIUM: Recent Developments in Advanced Magnetic Tunnel JunctionsDanielGopmanNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyUnited States
BBLow-D Systems and Frustrated MagnetismYaroslavMudrykIowa State UniversityUnited States
BCSpin-Orbitronics IShinjiIsogamiNational Institute for Materials ScienceJapan
BDComplex OxidesDanielaPettiPolitecnico di MilanoItaly
BEMagnetization Dynamics IIEzioIacoccaUniversity of Colorado Colorado SpringsUnited States
BFNanocomposite Magnetic MaterialsJohanvan LieropUniversity of ManitobaCanada
AmalEl-GhazalyCornell UniversityUnited States
BGMagnetocaloric Materials IINoraDempseyInsttitut NEEL CNRSFrance
BHTopological Insulators, Dirac Materials, 2D and Layered van der Waals Materials IMarcoGobbiCIC nanoGUNESpain
BPSkyrmions and Spin-OrbitronicsYueLiArgonne National LaboratoryUnited States
BQMagnetic Sensors and Devices I and Motors, Actuators and RelatedMattiaButtaCzech Technical University in PragueCzechia
BRSpintronic Devices for Memory and ComputingKevinGarelloSPINTECFrance
ErolGirtSimon Fraser UniversityCanada
BSMagnetization Dynamics and Micromagnetics IGabrielChaves-O’FlynnPolska Akademia Nauk Instytut Fizyki MolekularnejPoland
BTMultiferroics, Magnetoelectrics, Complex Oxides and Half-MetallicsTakahideKubotaTohoku UniversityJapan
CASYMPOSIUM: Imaging Magnetic Textures at the NanoscalePeterRickhausQnami AGSwitzerland
CBAntiferromagnetic Spintronics IHuaChenColorado State UniversityUnited States
CCSpin-Orbitronics IITomohiroTaniguchiNational Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and TechnologyJapan
CDSkyrmions IYueLiArgonne National LaboratoryUnited States
CEMagnetization Dynamics IIIStevenLouisOakland UniversityUnited States
CFThin Films and Patterned StructuresPaolaTibertoINRIMItaly
CGHard Magnetic Materials IThomasSchreflDanube University KremsAustria
NoraDempseyInsttitut NEEL CNRSFrance
CHTopological Insulators, Dirac Materials, 2D and Layered van der Waals Materials II / Multiferroic, Magnetoelectric and Half-Metallic MaterialsShinobuOhyaThe University of TokyoJapan
CPAmorphous and Nanocrystalline Soft Magnets IManuelVázquezInstituto de Ciencia de Materiales de MadridSpain
CQSpin Current and Dynamics/Magnetization Dynamics IVDmytroBozhkoUniversity of Colorado Colorado SpringsUnited States
CRMagnetization Dynamics VJosephSklenarWayne State UniversityUnited States
CSAntiferromagnetic Spintronics IIStanislasRohartUniversité Paris-Saclay Faculte des Sciences d’OrsayFrance
CTMagnetoelectronic Materials and PhenomenaMarkusGößlerChemnitz University of TechnologyGermany
DASYMPOSIUM: Metrics and Measurements of Spin-Orbit Torque MRAMShehrinSayedUniversity of California, BerkeleyUnited States
JonathanSunIBM T. J. Watson Research CenterUnited States
DBAntiferromagnetic Spintronics IIIAndreiSlavinOakland UniversityUnited States
DCMagnetic Imaging and Magnetization Dynamics VIAndrewKunzMarquette UniversityUnited States
DDSkyrmions IISebastiaanvan DijkenAalto UniversityFinland
DEMagnetization Dynamics VIIAlexanderKovacsDanube University KremsAustria
DFMagnetic Sensors and Devices IINicoletaLupuNational Institute of R&D for Technical PhysicsRomania
DGSpin TransportYukiHibinoNational Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and TechnologyJapan
DHMagnetoionicsEnricMenendezAutonomous University of BarcelonaSpain
MarkusGößlerChemnitz University of TechnologyGermany
DPSkyrmions and Domain Walls/Magnetic Recording IIIPierre-OlivierJubertWestern DigitalUnited States
DQFundamental Properties and Cooperative PhenomenaArnabBoseJohannes Gutenberg UniversityGermany
DRFerrites, Garnets and Magneto-Dielectric Materials IYasutomoOmoriNihon Denki Kabushiki KaishaJapan
DSHard Magnetic Materials IIAlexanderGabayUniversity of DelawareUnited States
DTManipulation of Magnetic Fluids / Magnetic Characterization and ImagingNormanWereleyUniversity of MarylandUnited States
EASYMPOSIUM: Emerging Researcher Symposium on Artificial Spin Ice and ApplicationsPeterSchifferYale UniversityUnited States
JosephSklenarWayne State UniversityUnited States
EBMagnetoresistance in Heterostructures (GMR, TMR, TAMR)WilliamEchtenkampUniversity of MinnesotaUnited States
ECMagnetization Dynamics and Micromagnetics IIWilliamBordersNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyUnited States
EDSkyrmions: Characterization, Dynamics and ControlRazanAboljadayelUniversity of LeedsUnited Kingdom
EEMagnetization Dynamics VIIIStefanPollokDanmarks Tekniske UniversitetDenmark
EFMagnetic Sensors and Devices IIIAtsufumiHirohataUniversity of YorkUnited Kingdom
MichaelPageAir Force Research LaboratoryUnited States
EGThin Films and Surface EffectsPaolaTibertoINRIMItaly
EPHard Magnetic Materials IIIZhengMaUniversitat Autònoma de BarcelonaSpain
EQStructured MaterialsAmalEl-GhazalyCornell UniversityUnited States
ERStructured Materials and Nanoparticles, Exchange Bias and 3D StructuresCharudattaPhatakArgonne National LaboratoryUnited States
ESMagneto-Elastic, -Optical and Other Phenomena IMichelleJamerUnited States Naval AcademyUnited States
FASYMPOSIUM: Computing with Spintronic OscillatorsMarkStilesNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyUnited States
FBMRAM, Magnetic Logic and Related DevicesChristopherSafranskiIBMUnited States
HyunsooYangNational University of SingaporeSingapore
FCNew Approaches in Computational MagnetismDieterSuessUniversity of ViennaAustria
ClaasAbertUniversity of ViennaAustria
FDMagnetic Characterization from Nano to MacroPeterFischerLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUnited States
FESuperconductivity and Quantum MaterialsMahmudKhanMiami UniversityUnited States
FFMagneto-Elastic and -Optical PhenomenaRadhikaBaruaVirginia Commonwealth UniversityUnited States
FGFerrites, Garnets and Magneto-Dielectric Materials IIChuanpuLiuColorado State UniversityUnited States
FPMagneto-Elastic, -Optical and Other Phenomena IIJosepFontcubertaICMAB-CSICSpain
FQApplications of Magnetic Nanoparticles in BiomedicineEduardoDe Lima CorreaNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyUnited States
FRMagnetics for Power Electronics and ControlAlexeyKovalevUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnUnited States
FSShielding, Levitation and Propulsion / Transformers and InductorsJang-YoungChoiChungnam National UniversityKorea (the Republic of)
GASYMPOSIUM: Unconventional Spin-Orbit Torques in Ferromagnets, Ferrimagnets, and AntiferromagnetsJohanÅkermanUniversity of GothenburgSweden
GBSpin Hall and Spin-Orbit Torque IIYongxiOuThe Pennsylvania State UniversityUnited States
GCMagnetic RecordingSimonGreavesTohoku UniversityJapan
GDAmorphous and Nanocrystalline Soft Magnets IIMontserratRivasUniversidad de OviedoSpain
GESpin DynamicsMartinaAhlbergUniversity of GothenburgSweden
GFHard Magnetic Materials IVBrianLejeuneNortheastern UniversityUnited States
WeiTangAmes LaboratoryUnited States
GGSoft Magnetic Crystalline AlloysCristinaBranInstituto de Ciencia de Materiales de MadridSpain
TUTutorial: Towards 3D NanomagnetismCharudattaPhatakArgonne National LaboratoryUnited States
YAEvening Session 1: Magnetism in Nature and the UniverseChrisLeightonUniversity of MinnesotaUnited States
ZAEvening Session 2: Roundtable Discussion on Advanced Magnetic Materials for Novel Computing ParadigmsMarkStilesNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyUnited States

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