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Tutorial: Towards 3D Nanomagnetism: Fundamental Aspects and Technological Applications

Monday, October 31
2:00 PM – 4:30 PM CST – Onsite Session
This session will only be available live onsite in Minneapolis.  The recording will be available on the virtual platform starting November 7.

Chaired by Charudatta PhatakArgonne National Laboratory

Over many decades, research on magnetic materials has focused on two dimensions. Advances in nanofabrication have enabled the realization of sub-micron geometries leading to numerous scientifically interesting novel spin textures that are governed by topology or frustration, sometimes mimicking those found in bulk materials. Recently, the focus has shifted towards artificial three-dimensional magnetic systems that derive from the accomplishments in lower dimensions. This session will focus on recent developments in the field of 3D nanomagnetism, including novel methods for the synthesis and characterization of 3D nanomagnetic structures, the new physics governing the behavior of this type of materials and the emerging potential technological applications of these systems, including the current challenges and prospects.

Speakers:

Synthesis and Characterization of 3D Nanomagnetic Structures
Peter FischerLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Towards 3D Nanomagnetism
Amalio Fernandez-PachecoUniversity of Zaragoza

Emerging Physics in 3D Nanomagnets
Olivier FruchartSPINTEC

Meet the Experts

This session will be offered twice on November 1, once as as a virtual event, and once as a live event onsite in Minneapolis. You must pre-register to attend either the onsite or virtual event, although there is no additional cost to attend.  Click here to register for the conference.

Students and post-doctoral researchers are invited to attend this interactive event which fosters communication between students and a distinguished group of magnetism experts. This event provides young researchers with the exclusive opportunity to participate in a small-group 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 early 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 Meet the Experts
Tuesday, November 1

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM CST 

Supported by

AIP Advances

Virtual Experts: (expertise listed under each name)

  • Chunhui Rita Du, University of California
    Spintronics, Quantum sensing/imaging, Two-dimensional materials and topological materials
  • Ravi L Hadimani, Virginia Commonwealth University
    Biomagnetics; Transcranial magnetic stimulationVivian Ng, National University of Singapore
    Nanomagnets
  • Vivian Ng, National University of Singapore
    Nanomagnets
  • Prem Piramanayagam, Nanyang Technological University
    Spintronics
  • Qiming Shao, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
    Spintronic materials and structures, Quantum computing applications
  • Elin Winkler, Balseiro Institute (UNCuyo)
    Multifunctional nanostructures, Nanomagnetism, Magnetic hyperthermia

Onsite Meet the Experts
Tuesday, November 1
11:45 AM – 1:15 PM CST  (Lunch will be served.)

Supported by

evicomagneticslogo

Onsite Experts: (expertise listed under each name)

  • Ravi L Hadimani, Virginia Commonwealth University
    Biomagnetics; Transcranial magnetic stimulation
  • Montserrat Rivas, University of Oveido
    Bio-magnetic sensors, FORC, Science Communication and Outreach
  • Thomas Schrefl, University for Continuing Education Krems
    Micromagnetics, Permanent magnets
  • Hossein Sepehri Amin, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
    Permanent magnets, Microstructural characterization
  • Qiming Shao, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
    Spintronic materials and structures
  • Laura Lewis, Northeastern University
    Permanent magnets
  • Juan Luis Palma Solorza, Universidad Central de Chile
    Electron Beam Lithography; Synthesis of metallic and magnetic nanowires; Characterization of Magnetic Nanostructures: VSM, AGFM, SEM, TEM, MOKE; Atomic Force Microscopy, Magnetic Force Microscopy; Micromagnetic Simulations
Bierstube

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (November 1, 2 and 3)
4:30 PM – 6:00 PM CST – Onsite Event

This is our most popular Conference event! Join us each evening from 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm for live music and a taste of the best local beers in town!

November 1 Bierstube Supported by

Lake Shore logo

November 2 Bierstube Supported by

Seagate
Women in Magnetism Networking Event - Looking Back, Looking Forward

Tuesday, November 1
4:30 PM – 6:00 PM CST – Onsite Event
This session will only be available live onsite in Minneapolis. 

Moderated by Sangita Kalarickal, Seagate Technology

Supported by

APS GMAG

The event will feature a panel discussion with women in magnetism who have charted successful careers in industry, academia and national laboratories. The panel is titled “Looking Back, Looking Forward”. The panelists will share what it took for them to get to where they are in their careers, and also answer questions from the audience.

Franca Albertini, Institute of Materials for Electronics and Magnetism (IMEM)

Nora DempseyInstitut Néel, CNRS Grenoble

Laura Greene, Florida State University

Stephanie Hernandez, Seagate Technology

Evening Session 1: Magnetism in Nature and the Universe

Tuesday, November 1
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM CST – Onsite Session
This session will only be available live onsite in Minneapolis.  The recording will be available on the virtual platform starting November 7.

Chaired by Chris LeightonUniversity of Minnesota

In this Evening Session, the importance of long-range magnetic fields and cosmic magnetism in general on the formation of the solar system and the early Earth, as well as stars and galaxies, will be overviewed. The processes that create and sustain large-scale magnetism (still not yet understood) will be described, with emphasis on the new methods to assess small magnetic fields from distant objects and the techniques to characterize ancient magnetic fields on Earth from rocks surviving from early times. Importantly, planets, stars, gas clouds, and even entire galaxies are all magnetic. This reveals the importance of magnetic phenomena beyond condensed matter physics and the devices we all currently use in information technologies or biomedicine.

Speakers:

Magnetism During Solar System Formation and on the Early Earth
Roger Rennan FuHarvard University

Magnetism Throughout The Universe
Bryan GaenslerUniversity of Toronto

How to Create an Effective Scientific Presentation Video

Wednesday, November 2
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM CST – Virtual Event
This session will only be available as a virtual event.

Using videos as communication media is more and more common today as we participate in numerous video meetings, webinars, online virtual conferences, etc. So, we know how to make a video presentation, but making an effective one to win the hearts of the audience will require more! Support this fantastic event which shares with attendees tips to make effective video presentations to convey their work with impact!

SpeakerThomas Schrefl, University for Continuing Education Krems

Making a Difference in Magnetism Outside the Laboratory

Wednesday, November 2
11:45 AM – 1:15 PM CST – Onsite Session
This session will only be available live onsite in Minneapolis.  

Moderated by Victorino FrancoUniversity of Seville

This workshop will feature invited speakers from leadership, publishing, and science communications sectors who will share their insights regarding contributing to Magnetism outside a research laboratory.  Lunch will be served, so please pre-register to attend so that we have an accurate head count. There is no additional cost to attend.  Click here to register for the conference.

Speakers:  

Ekkes BrückEditor of the Handbook of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials and Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices

Laura GreeneFlorida State University

Jian-Ping Wang, University of Minnesota

Student Networking Event

Wednesday, November 2
4:30 PM – 6:00 PM CST – Onsite Event as part of Bierstube in the Exhibit Hall

Chaired by Atsufumi HirohataUniversity of York

Moderated by Xiaoyu (Criss) ZhangNortheastern University

Ever wonder how to be more than a member with IEEE MagSoc?

Check out your opportunities in the new initiative of Students in Magnetism (SiM) with Prof. Atsufumi Hirohata @ Student Networking Event. See new and/or familiar faces and get acquainted! This will be a networking evening with games, prizes(!) and beverages, moderated by Criss Zhang, who is currently pursuing his PhD at Northeastern University, USA (that´s right, students lead the fun!).

Supported by

APS GMAG

Students are invited to join us in the Lounge area of the Exhibit Hall to meet and discuss research ideas, network and build new relationships. 

Evening Session 2: Roundtable Discussion on Advanced Magnetic Materials for Novel Computing Paradigms

Wednesday, November 2
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM CST – Onsite Session
This session will only be available live onsite in Minneapolis.  The recording will be available on the virtual platform starting November 7.

Moderated by Kai LiuGeorgetown University

Panelists:

Damien Querlioz, Centre de Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies 
Topic 1: Bio-inspired computing technologies

Andrii Chumak, University of Vienna
Topic 2:  Spin-wave computing technologies

Jean Anne Incorvia, University of Texas at Austin
Topic 3: In-memory computing technologies

Additional panelist TBD
Topic 4:  Quantum computing technologies

Writing Workshop

Thursday, November 3
11:45 AM – 1:15 PM CST – Onsite Session
This session will only be available live onsite in Minneapolis. 

Chaired by Mingzhong Wu, Colorado State University

This workshop is organized by the Technical Committee of IEEE Magnetics Society.  

Supported by

Seagate

This workshop will consist of three tutorials geared towards helping graduate students and post-doctoral fellows improve their writing skills and techniques.  Lunch will be served, so please pre-register to attend so that we have an accurate head count. There is no additional cost to attend.  Click here to register for the conference.

Speakers:

Writing of Scientific Papers
Vitalij Pecharsky, Ames Laboratory

Preparation & Application of Professional Resumes
Mark Kief, Seagate Technology

Preparation of Oral Scientific Presentations
Montserrat Rivas, The University of Oviedo

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