Programme

Monday 13 July

Conference Chair: Solveig Felton (Queen's University of Belfast)

Chair: Nicola Morley (University of Sheffield)

10:00

 

2020 Wohlfarth lecture: Spin-Orbit Physics at Magnetic Interfaces (abstract)
Aurelien Manchon, Aix-Marseille Universite, CNRS, CINaM, France

11:00

 

Deposition components, instruments and systems: what’s new from Henniker (abstract)
Terry Whitmore, Henniker Scientific, UK

11:15

 

Skyrmion motion in magnetic multilayer systems (abstract)
Katharina Zeissler, University of Leeds, UK

11:45

 

Innovative magnetic systems and testing methods (abstract)
Benjamin Wenzel, *INNOVENT e.V. – Magnetic and Optical Systems, Germany

12:00

 

Break

Chair: Matthew Bryan (Royal Holloway, University of London)

14:00

 

Understanding permanent magnets through first-principles calculations: progress and challenges (abstract)
Christopher Patrick, University of Oxford, UK

14:30

 

Understanding and developing spin-based emitters for improved far-infrared radiation sources (abstract)
Charlotte Bull, The University of Manchester, UK

15:00

 

Magnetic nanoparticles for effective theranostics: role of interparticle interactions (abstract)
Sergiu Ruta, University of York, UK

15:30

 

Magnetic molecular films for spintronic applications (abstract)
Sandrine Heutz, Imperial College London, UK

16:00

 

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Tuesday 14 July

Chair: Paul Keatley (University of Exeter)

10:00

 

Areas of Influences: 7 Overlooked Aspects of Writing an EPSRC Proposal (abstract)
Elaine Massung, EPSRC, UK

10:30

 

Magnetic Imaging on the nanoscale at variable temperature (abstract)
Florian Glott, attocube Systems AG, Germany

10:45

 

Controlling magnetism in van der Waals ferromagnets (abstract)
Hidekazu Kurebayashi, University College London, UK

11:15

 

Cryomagnetic research tools for quantum technologies, new materials and device development in physical science (abstract)
John Burgoyne, Oxford Instruments Nanoscience, UK

11:30

 

Break




Chair: Thomas Moore (University of Leeds)

18:00

 

How magnets work (abstract)
Dan Allwood, University of Sheffield, UK

19:00

 

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Key dates:

Registration deadline:

10 July 2020