Symposium "Magnetization Dynamics on the Nanometer Scale"

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Magnetization Dynamics on the Nanometer Scale

Beilstein Nanotechnology Symposium 2015

6 - 9 September 2015
avendi Hotel am Griebnitzsee
Potsdam
Germany

Program Committee:

Paul Ziemann (Chair) / Ulm University
Martin Aeschlimann
/ University of Kaiserslautern
Pietro Gambardella / ETH Zurich
Wulf Wulfhekel / Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Topics:

Ultrafast Dynamics

- Ultrafast angular momentum transfer
- Superdiffusive transport
- Optomagnetism
- Femtosecond X-ray imaging and spectroscopy

Non-Classical Switching

- Spin-orbit and spin transfer switching
- Optical switching

Single Spin Dynamics

- Single spins in diamond
- Read and write approaches
- STM/STS detection and manipulation

Towards Magnetic Applications

- Information storage
- Sensor applications

Speakers include:

Manfred Albrecht / Augsburg University, Germany
Uwe Bovensiepen
/ University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Christian Degen
/ ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Manfred Fiebig
/ ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Katharina Franke
/ FU Berlin, Germany
Bert Koopmans
/ TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Sebastian Loth
/ MPI for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Hamburg, Germany
Stefan Mathias
/ University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Mihai Miron
/ CNRS, Spintec, France
Peter  Oppeneer 
/ Uppsala University, Sweden
Yoshichika Otani
/ RIKEN, University of Tokyo, Japan
Stuart Parkin
/ MPI of Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany
Claus Schneider
/ Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Gisela Schütz
/ MPI for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart, Germany
Christian Stamm
/ ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Joachim Stöhr
/ SLAC National Accelerator Lab, USA
Martin Weinelt
/ FU Berlin, Germany
Wolfgang Wernsdorfer
/ NEEL Institut, Grenoble, France
Ulf Wiedwald
/ University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Jörg Wrachtrup
/ University of Stuttgart, Germany


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