The 4th International Symposium for
The Core Research Cluster for Spintronics

The 4th International Symposium for The Core Research Cluster for Spintronics
Date: February 24th (Wednesday) - 25th (Thursday), 2021
Thanks to everyone, the symposium has ended successfully.
See you next year, hopefully in person in Sendai. Thank you.
Tohoku University was named one of the first three Designated National Universities in Japan on June 30, 2017 by the Japanese Government. As a Designated National University, we initiated the “Core Research Clusters” to strengthen four research fields; materials science, spintronics, next-generation medical care and disaster science. Therefore, we would like to hold, continuing from past years, the symposium on the research field of spintronics to exchange research results and discuss future prospects. Considering the present situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's symposium will be held online.

Poster Award Winners

【Best Poster Award】

  • Junta Igarashi
  • Poster Title: "Ultra-Small Shape-Anisotropy Magnetic Tunnel Junctions: Physics and Device Engineering"

【Best Student Poster Award】

  • Rafael Lopes Seeger
  • Poster Title: "Penetration depth of Cooper pairs in the IrMn antiferromagnet"

【Student Poster Award】

  • Takemi Kato
  • Poster Title: "Dirac Electronic States of Bi2Se3 Thin Films on Ferromagnetic Cr2Ge2Te6 Studied by High-resolution ARPES"

【Student Poster Award】

  • Hiroto Masuda
  • Poster Title: "Spin Hall effect in a non-equilibrium Iridium-doped Copper binary alloy"

【Student Poster Award】

  • Aakanksha Sud
  • Poster Title: "Mode coupling and spin-wave dissipation in synthetic antiferromagnetic multi-layers"
Online registration (Free of charge): deadline Feb. 10, 2021

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Due date: Wednesday, February 10, 2021
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Poster Session

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Program

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Plenary Speaker

Mutsuko Hatano (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Klaus von Klitzing (Max Planck Institute)
John Robertson (University of Cambridge)

Invited Speakers

Yasuo Ando (Tohoku University)
Vincent Baltz (SPINTEC)
Anjan Barman (S. N. Bose National Centre)
Yao Chen (Tohoku Univ . student invited)
Himanshu Fulara (University of Gothenburg)
Katsushi Hashimoto (Tohoku University)
Yoshiro Hirayama (Tohoku University)
Atsufumi Hirohata (University of York)
Junta Igarashi (Tohoku Univ. student invited)
Satoshi Iihama (Tohoku University)
Daisuke Iizasa (Tohoku Univ. student invited)
Michael Kammermeier (Victoria University of Wellington)
Makoto Kohda (Tohoku University)
Hongwu Liu (Jilin University)
Justin Llandro (Tohoku University)
Yuta Masuyama (QST)
S.N. Piramanayagam (Nanyang
Technological University)
Takeshi Seki (Tohoku University)
Hui Shen (Tohoku Univ . student invited)
Mathias Weiler (TU Kaiserslautern)
Weichao Yu (Tohoku University)
Zhe Yuan (Beijing Normal University)

Co-Chairs:

Yoshiro Hirayama, Koki Takanashi, Tetsuo Endoh

Organizing and Program Committee:

Yasuo Ando, Gerrit E. W. Bauer, Shunsuke Fukami, Takahiro Hanyu, Motoko Kotani, Fumihiro Matsukura,
Shigemi Mizukami, Junsaku Nitta,Satoshi Okamoto, Eiji Saitoh (U. Tokyo), Masafumi Shirai

Attention

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