1st Online RIEC International Workshop on Spintronics

1st Online RIEC
International Workshop
on Spintronics

RIEC CSIS CSRN GPSpin TOHOKU-University

Research Institute of Electrical Communication (RIEC), Tohoku University

Description

The Research Institute of Electrical Communication (RIEC), Tohoku University will hold the 1st online RIEC International Workshop on Spintronics in this November. Organized almost every year since 2005, the RIEC International Workshops offer an opportunity to discuss the latest progress in topics spanning the field of spintronics. Due to the current global situation, this year the workshop will be held online, in a format designed to maximize the exchange of information on recent trends and important achievements among the spintronics community.

The workshop consists of two parts: live and on-demand (as shown in the schematic below). In the live session, PIs of world-leading research groups (topic providers) will gather in a Zoom session and give a 3–5 minute summary talk on their chosen topic. Each topic provider has assigned 1-2 invited speakers from their team or collaborators, whose talks, typically 15-30 minutes, are available at the website on demand. The live session will be recorded and posted on the website as well after the event.

The workshop is free of charge, but registration is necessary from the link below. Registered participants can access the on-demand talks anytime, both before and after the live session. The participants can also attend the live session and ask questions or give comments from the chat box, contributing to a lively discussion. The list of topics and invited speakers are found below. We hope for your active participation in our workshop.

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Date & Time of Live Session

November 18 (Thu), 2021
17:30-19:00 (JST), 9:30-11:00 (CET)

REGISTRATION
will be open from early November
ON-DEMAND CONTENTS
Password notified to registrants is required

Invited speakers & titles

Topic 1

Unravelling SOT switching in multicomponent magnetic systems

provided byPietro Gambardella(ETH Zürich)

SPEAKER
Viola Krizakova(ETH Zürich)
TITLE
Time-resolved dynamics and enhanced efficiency of STT-assisted SOT switching in magnetic tunnel junctions
SPEAKER
Giacomo Sala(ETH Zürich)
TITLE
Asynchronous switching of ferrimagnetic alloys by spin-orbit torques
Topic 2

Spintronics without magnetization and relativity

provided byTomáš Jungwirth(Czech Academy of Sciences)

SPEAKER
Kamil Olejník(Czech Academy of Sciences)
TITLE
Non-relativistic information coding in antiferromagnet down to femtosecond time-scales and atomic length-scales
SPEAKER
Libor Šmejkal(Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)
TITLE
Spintronics in altermagnets: non-relativistic spin-momentum locking, spin-current and GMR/TMR phenomena without magnetization
Topic 3

Orbitronics

provided byMathias Kläui(Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)

SPEAKER
Dongwook Go(Forschungszentrum Jülich)
TITLE
Orbital current: Why it matters in spintronics?
SPEAKER
Shilei Ding(Peking University)
TITLE
Orbital Rashba-Edelstein effect in magnetic heterostructures
Topic 4

Ferromagnet-induced spin-orbit torques

provided byKyung-Jin Lee(KAIST)

SPEAKER
Byong-Guk Park(KAIST)
TITLE
Exploiting all three polarizations of spin currents for efficient spin-orbit torques in magnetic trilayers
SPEAKER
Kyoung-Whan Kim(KIST)
TITLE
Spin current generation in ferromagnets
Topic 5

Unconventional spin currents and spin-orbit torques

provided byChi-Feng Pai(National Taiwan University)

SPEAKER
Danru Qu(National Taiwan University)
TITLE
Magnetization dependent spin Hall effect in a perpendicularly magnetized magnet
SPEAKER
Tian-Yue Chen(National Taiwan University)
TITLE
Structure dependent unconventional spin-orbit torque with out-of-plane spin polarization
Topic 6

Non-collinear spintronics

provided byShunsuke Fukami(Tohoku University)

SPEAKER
Yutaro Takeuchi(Tohoku University)
TITLE
Chiral-spin rotation driven by spin-orbit torque in non-collinear antiferromagnetic Mn3Sn
SPEAKER
Yuta Yamane(Tohoku University)
TITLE
Theory of current-driven non-collinear antiferromagnetic dynamics
Sponsor's special session

TIA Collaborative Research Program

SPEAKER
Yoshio Miura(NIMS)
TITLE
Theoretical studies on the spin anomalous Hall effect of ferromagnetic alloys
SPEAKER
Tomohiro Otsuka(Tohoku University)
TITLE
Noise analysis of radio-frequency reflectometry for single spin and charge detection in quantum dots

Organizers

Contact

Sponsors

Laboratory for Nanoelectronics and Spintronics, Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University
Laboratory for Nanoelectronics and Spintronics, Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University
TIA Emerging electroniX research Alliance
TIA Emerging electroniX research Alliance
Center for Science and Innovation in Spintronics, Tohoku University
Center for Science and Innovation in Spintronics, Tohoku University
Center for Spintronics Research Network, Tohoku University
Center for Spintronics Research Network, Tohoku University
Graduate Program in Spintronics, Tohoku University
Graduate Program in Spintronics, Tohoku University

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