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Quantum Spintronics at Interfaces (Magnon)

The workshop will focus on novel phenomena occurring at interfaces between metallic conductors and magnetic insulators, including new classes of quantum magnetic materials, which offer a rich playground for Quantum Spintronics. The workshop will bring together leading experts, experimentalists and theorists, working at the crossroads between magnon spintronics and quantum magnetism.

 Export to Your Calendar 04/09/2017 to 09/09/2017
When: 04/09/2017
Where: Miramar Palace
Paseo de Miraconcha, 48
Donostia-San Sebastián, ES - 
Spain
Contact: Yaroslav Tserkovnyak
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Quantum Spintronics at Interfaces (Magnon)

The international conference "Quantum Spintronics at Interfaces" will take place between the 4 and 8 September in the historical place Miramar palace, in San Sebastian.

This symposium will bring together leading experts working on the frontiers of Spintronics and Quantum Magnetism to present and discuss the recent developments in the field and determine directions of future research.

The workshop will focus on novel phenomena occurring at interfaces between metallic conductors and magnetic insulators as well as in recently-discovered quantum magnetic materials, both offering a rich playground for Quantum Spintronics. The workshop will bring together leading experts, experimentalists and theorists, working at the crossroads between magnon spintronics and quantum magnetism. We will discuss recent developments in electrical control and detection of spin currents through magnetic insulators, collective spin transport and spin waves, quantum correlations and novel quantum heterostructures for spintronics, bosonic condensation and superfluidity of magnons, topological order and dynamics in quantum magnetic materials. We hope the workshop will foster collaborations in this rapidly developing field, important for the fundamental physics and applications.

 

Invited Speakers

  • ☑ Christian Back (Regensburg)
  • ☑ Gerrit Bauer (Sendai)
  • ☑ Felix Casanova (Donostia)
  • ☑ Miguel A. Cazalilla (Hsinchu)
  • ☑ Irene D’Amico (University of York)
  • ☑ Rembert Duine (Utrecht)
  • ☑ Michael Flatté (Iowa)
  • ☑ Benedetta Flebus (Utrecht)
  • ☑ Pietro Gambardella (Zürich)
  • ☑ Francesco Giazotto (Pisa)
  • ☑ Wei Han (Beijing)
  • ☑ Ewelina Hankiewicz (Würzburg)
  • ☑ Mathias Kläui (Mainz)
  • ☑ Takis Kontos (Paris ENS)
  • ☑ Allan MacDonald (UT Austin)
  • ☐ Jagadeesh Moodera (MIT)
  • ☑ Hector Ochoa (UCLA)
  • ☑ Yoshichika Otani (Tokyo)
  • ☑ Ignacio Pascual (Donostia)
  • ☑ Marco Polini (IIT)
  • ☑ Roberto Raimondi (Univ of Roma Tre)
  • ☑ Christian Rüegg (PSI Villigen)
  • ☑ Nitin Samarth (Penn State)
  • ☑ Eugene Sherman (Bilbao)
  • ☑ Masashi Shiraishi (Kyoto Univ)
  • ☑ Jairo Sinova (Mainz)
  • ☑ Ilya Tokatly (Donostia)
  • ☑ Giovanni Vignale (Univ of Missouri)
  • ☑ Roland Winkler (Northern Illinois University)
  • ☑ Shufeng Zhang (Arizona)
  • ☑ Dominik Zumbühl (Basel)

Organizing committee: 
Yaroslav Tserkovnyak (University of California, Los Angeles)
Vitaly Golovach (DIPC and CFM/EHU)
Sebastian Bergeret (DIPC and CFM/CSIC)
Tineke van den Berg (CFM-MPC)

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