SFB/TRR 173 SPIN+X

On-line SPICE-SPIN+X Seminars 2020

all videos and pdfs of the talks are available on the SPICE website

 

25.11.2020
Three-dimensional magnetic systems: the future is bright!
Claire Donnelly, University of Cambridge, England
3:00 p.m.  online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

11.11.2020
Old 2degs with new tricks: Antiferromagnetic order and magnetoelectricity of 2D charge carriers
Ulrich Zuelicke, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
3:00 p.m.  online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

 

28.10.2020
Current-induced gap opening in interacting topological insulator surface states
Mark Spencer Rudne, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
3:00 p.m.  online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

14.10.2020
Current Fluctuations Driven by Magnetic Resonance
Arne Brataas, NTNU Trondheim, Norway
3:00 p.m.  online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

23.09.2020
Spintronics Nanodevice
- How small can we make it and what else can we use it for -
Hideo Ohno, Tohoku University, Japan
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

16.09.2020
Beyond Heisenberg Solids: From Multi-Spin Interactions to Novel Chiral Particles
Stefan Blügel, FZ Juelich, Germany
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

09.09.2020
Long-Range Phonon Spin Transport
Prof. Dr. Rembert Duine, Utrecht University, Netherlands
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

02.09.2020
Spintronic devices for artificial neural networks
Dr. Saima Siddiqui, University of Illinois, USA
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

26.08.2020
Magnetic Matchmaking: Hybrid Magnon Modes
Prof. Dr. Axel Hoffmann, University of Illinois, USA
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

19.08.2020
Antiferromagnetic Insulatronics: Spintronics without magnetic fields
Prof. Dr. Mathias Kläui, JGU Mainz, Germany
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

12.08.2020
Using magnetic tunnel junctions to compute like the brain
Dr. Mark Stiles, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

29.07.2020
Macroscopic magnonic quantum states
Prof. Dr. Burkard Hillebrands, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

22.07.2020
Transversal transport coefficients and topological properties
Prof. Dr. Ingrid Mertig, Martin Luther University Halle, Germany
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

15.07.2020
Crystal time-reversal symmetry breaking and spin splitting in collinear antiferromagnets
Dr. Libor Šmejkal, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

08.07.2020
Towards deep neural networks with nanoscale spintronic oscillators as neurons
Prof. Dr. Julie Grollier, CNRS-Thales, France
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

01.07.2020
Magnons as Probes of Strongly Correlated Electron Physics
Prof. Dr. Amir Yacoby, Harvard University, USA
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

24.06.2020
Chiral spintronics: non collinear spin textures with application to Racetrack Memory
Prof. Dr. Stuart Parkin, MPI Halle, Germany
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

17.06.2020
Coherent Sub-Terahertz Spin Pumping from an Insulating Antiferromagnet
Prof. Dr. Enrique del Barco, University of Central Florida, USA
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

10.06.2020
Magnetic tunnel junctions and magnetic logo circuits driven by spin-orbit torques
Prof. Dr. Pietro Gambardella, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

03.06.2020
Terahertz spin transport in magnetic nanostructures
Prof. Dr. Tobias Kampfrath, Freie Unversität Berlin, and Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin, Germany
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel
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27.05.2020
Half-integer charge transfer by Majorana edge modes
Prof. Dr. Carlo Beenakker, Leiden University, NL
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

20.05.2020
Antiferromagnetic spintronics: from memories to ultra-fast optics and topological transport
Prof. Dr. Tomas Jungwirth, Institute of Physics of the Science Academy of the Czech Republic
3:00 p.m. online via Zoom and livestream in SPICE YouTube Channel

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