Tutorial: Quantum Magnonics

This session will be available ONLY as a virtual event and will consist of three prerecorded talks which will be released Monday morning, January 10 on the virtual platform. Following each talk will be interactive live Q&A on the virtual platform.

Monday, January 10
Time TBD

A new field has emerged in the last years at the intersection between Condensed Matter and Quantum Optics - “Quantum Magnonics”. This field strives to control the elementary excitations of magnetic materials - magnons - to the level of the single quanta, to interface them coherently to other elementary excitations such as photons or phonons, and can be adapted to microwave superconducting quantum circuits.

Quantum Magnonics with a Superconducting Qubit
Yasunobu Nakamura, Tokyo University

Cavity Magnonics 
Silvia Viola-Kusminskiy, Max Planck Institute in Erlangen

Emerging Opportunities for Coherent Information Processing at the Intersection of Superconductivity and Magnetism
Yi Li, Argonne National Laboratory

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Special Session: Current Trends in Magnetism 

This session will only be available live onsite in New Orleans. The recording will be available on the virtual platform within one week.

Monday, January 10
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

This special session will feature four eminent scientists and engaging speakers who will enlighten and entertain us with their insights into topical areas in magnetism research. Curious about sending spintronics into orbit? Want a peek into the fascinating world of magnetic garnets? How about surprises in magnetization dynamics in the mesoscale and learning about fundamental damping mechanism in iron? Then you have to attend this session in person in New Orleans. You will have plenty of opportunities to interact with the speakers during the session and in the bierstube that follows. Don't miss it!

Session Chair: Hariharan Srikanth, University of South Florida

Speakers:

  • Dan Dahlberg, University of Minnesota
  • Axel Hoffmann, UIUC
  • Tim Mewes, University of Alabama
  • Caroline Ross, MIT

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Women in Magnetism Event

This event will be offered twice during the Conference week, once as a live event onsite in New Orleans, and once as a virtual event.

Virtual Session
Tuesday, January 11
8:00 am - 9:30 am US Central Standard Time (New Orleans)

Live Session Onsite
Tuesday, January 11
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Supported by

Expand your professional network! Don’t miss the annual Women in Magnetism Event. This is a fantastic opportunity to become acquainted with women in the profession and discuss a range of topics including leadership, work-life balance, and professional development. The event will begin with a panel of women who will share their experiences in magnetism. Of particular interest are stories about overcoming adversity, things that were helpful career-wise, and advice for other women in the field. After the panel, there will be open discussion and networking. All students, researchers and retirees are encouraged to attend.

Panelists:

  • TBD

Special Session: Entrepreneurship in Magnetism

This event will be offered twice during the Conference week, once as a live event onsite in New Orleans, and once as a virtual event. For the live event onsite you must pre-register, although there is no additional cost to attend.

This special session will feature two speakers from the USA for the onsite event, and two speakers from Europe for the virtual event. All will share their experiences in launching a start-up company.

Moderator: TBD

Virtual Session:
Wednesday, January 12
8:00 am – 9:30 am US Central Standard Time (New Orleans)

Speakers:

  • Jean-Philipe Attane, Spintec Laboratory (CEA Grenoble/Grenoble Alpes University, France)
  • Lucian Prejbeanu, Spintec Laboratory (CEA Grenoble/Grenoble Alpes University, France)

Live Session Onsite:
Tuesday, January 11
11:45 am - 1:15 pm

Speakers:

  • Sam Kernion, CorePower Magnetics
  • Paul Ohodnicki, University of Pittsburgh, Advanced Magnetics for Power and Energy Development Consortium and CorePower Magnetics

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Bierstube

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Monday supported by




Tuesday supported by

This is our most popular Conference event! We are excited to hold three Bierstubes in New Orleans at our onsite Conference. Don’t miss this great opportunity to network with friends and colleagues.

Meet the Experts

This event will be offered twice during the Conference week, once as a live event onsite in New Orleans, and once as a virtual event. You must pre-register to attend either the onsite or virtual event, although there is no additional cost to attend.

Students and post-doctoral researchers are invited to attend Meet the Experts. This event provides young researchers with the exclusive opportunity to participate in either a small-group discussion over lunch onsite, or a virtual video discussion, and get expert advice on career planning, technical paper writing and publication, job searches and interviews, society involvement, and more. Registration is extremely limited so we encourage you to register now to reserve your spot at the table!

IMPORTANT NOTE: These sessions are extremely popular and traditionally have a long waiting list. Please make every effort to let us know in advance if your plans change and you are unable to attend.

VIRTUAL SESSION:
Thursday, January 13
8:00 am – 9:00 am US Central Standard Time (New Orleans)

Supported by

Experts:

  • Russell Cowburn, University of Cambridge
    Domain walls, Spintronics, Biotechnology, Kerr effect, Nanofabrication
  • Michael Farle, University of Duisburg-Essen
    Nanomagnetism, Spin dynamics, Nanostructures, Theranostics, Magnetosomes
  • Julie Grollier, CNRS Thales
    Spin-torque, Neural Networks, Non-linear Dynamics
  • Yuko Osokoshi, Osaka Prefecture University
  • Hua-Xin Peng, Zhejiang University (PR China)
    GMI Materials, Nano-/micro-wires, Soft Magnetic Composites, Metacomposites
  • Prem Piramanayagam, Nanyang Technological University
    Spintronics

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LIVE SESSION ONSITE:
Wednesday, January 12
11:45 am – 1:15 pm

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Experts:

  • Julie Borchers, NIST
    Nanomagnetism, Magnetic Nanoparticles
  • Kai Liu, Georgetown University
    Nanomagnetism, Spintronics
  • Ramamoorthy Ramesh, University of California, Berkeley
    Materials Physics, Correlated Oxides
  • Beth Stadler, University of Minnesota
    Magneto-optical Garnets in Si Photonics, Magnetic Nanowires in Electronics & Biomedicine

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Plenary and IEEE Awards Ceremony

This session will only be available live onsite in New Orleans. The recording will be available on the virtual platform within one week.

Wednesday, January 12
1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Chairs: 
Juergen Fassbender, HZDR, Institute of Ion Beam Physics & Materials Research
Victorino Franco, University of Seville

The IEEE Awards Ceremony will recognize awardees from 2022. The Plenary Session will immediately follow the Awards Ceremony.

  • 2022 Achievement Award
  • 2022 Mid-Career Award
  • 2022 Early-Career Award 
  • 2022 Distinguished Service Award 

Awards and recognition will also be given to the Distinguished Lecturers, Summer School Award Winners, Best Student Presentation Finalists, and Magnetism as Art Finalists.

Plenary Lecture: Nanoscale Magnetoelasticity, An Overlooked Opportunity

Greg Carman, UCLA
Nanoscale Magnetoelasticity, An Overlooked Opportunity

Professor Carman joined the Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department in 1991 and is presently the Ben Rich Lockheed Martin Chair at the University of California Los Angeles. Professor Carman has served as chairman for the Adaptive Structures and Material Systems of the ASME (2000-2002), holds a position as Associate editor for the Journal of Intelligent Material Systems Structures, and Smart Materials and Structures. He was awarded the Northrop Grumman Young Faculty in 1995, elected to the grade of Fellow in ASME 2003, and awarded the ASME Adaptive Structures and Material Systems Prize honoring his contributions to smart materials and structures in 2004. In 2015 SPIE honored him with the SSM Lifetime Achievement Award and in 2016 was invited to be the Distinguish Lecture for IEEE Magnetic Society. He presently serves as the Director of the National Science Foundation Center Translational Applications of Nanoscale Multiferroic Systems TANMS and Executive Engineering Director of Center for Advanced Surgical & Interventional Technology CASIT. Professor Carman present research interests focus on analytical modeling, fabrication, and testing of magnetoelectric materials and developing devices for medical applications.

IEEE Magnetics Society Annual Meeting 

This live event will follow the Plenary and Awards Session.

Wednesday, January 12
4:30 pm – 4:45 pm

The Magnetics Society Annual Meeting is open to all Conference attendees. Please join us to learn more about what the IEEE Magnetics Society is doing to support and strengthen the magnetics community, and about the benefits of belonging to the Society. Your suggestions and feedback are most welcome. By joining the IEEE Magnetics Society, you become part of the world’s best-known magnetics organization. In addition to discounts on Conference registrations, you will gain access to local Chapter events and technical activities. To join today, go to www.ieeemagnetics.org

Plenary Reception

Wednesday, January 12
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Supported by

Following the Plenary Session, all onsite attendees are invited to join us in New Orleans for a Big Welcome to the Big Easy! Lots of delicious Cajun and bayou-inspired food and drinks, incredible live music and of course, what we all want most, the chance to mix and mingle.

Writing Workshop

This event will only be offered as a live event onsite in New Orleans. For the live event onsite you must pre-register, although there is no additional cost to attend.

Thursday, January 13
11:45 am – 1:15 pm

Supported by: The Technical Committee of the IEEE Magnetics Society.

Chair: Mingzhong Wu, Colorado State University

Are you a post-doctoral fellow or a graduate student seeking to improve your writing skills and techniques? If so, we invite you to attend this live and in-person Writing Workshop which will consist of the following three tutorials:

  • How to Prepare a Professional and Eye-Catching CV
  • How to Write Technical Articles
  • How to Review Papers and Prepare Review Reports

Speakers:

  • Liesl Folks, University of Arizona
  • Ron Goldfarb, NIST
  • Daniel Ucko, Physical Review Letters

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