Invited Speakers

List of Invited Speakers:

  1. J. Åkerman (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) Voltage controlled mutual synchronization in spin Hall nano-oscillator arrays
  2. V. Basso (Inrim, Italy) Magnetic refrigeration with advanced magnetic materials
  3. A. Bernand-Mantel (Institute Neel, France) Unraveling the role of dipolar vs. Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction in stabilizing compact magnetic skyrmions
  4. S. Cardoso de Freitas (University of Lisboa, Portugal) Strategies for biometric parameters readout using magnetic fields
  5. C. de Julian Fernandez (IMEM Parma, Italy) Hexaferrite nanoparticles for new magnets
  6. S. Demokritov (University of Münster) Excitation and amplification of spin waves by spin-orbit torque
  7. A. B. Flatau (Mariland University, USA) Overview of Structural Magnetostrictive Alloys
  8. J. Fontcuberta (ICMAB Barcelona) In-operando adjustable orbital polarization in nickelate perovskites
  9. K. Garello (Spintec, France) MRAM adoption in microelectronics: status and perspectives
  10. F. Gross (Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems of Stuttgart, Germany) Modern FORC data analysis and interpretation approaches
  11. P. Haney (NIST, USA) Tracking the Angular Momentum Flow of Spin-Orbit Torques
  12. S. Harmon (National Physical Laboratory, UK) Developing bespoke magnetic measurement solutions: an NMI perspective
  13. H.J. Hug (University of Basel, Swiss) Current limits of high-resolution and quantitative magnetic forces
  14. J.-V. Kim (University of Paris, France) Computing with spin wave patterns
  15. A. Kitanovski (University of Ljubljan, Slovenia) The future of magnetic refrigeration and heat pumping
  16. S. Krishnia (Unité Mixte de Physique, CNRS, Thales, Université Paris-Saclay, France) Determination of Spin-Orbit Torques in Pt / Co / Al / (Pt | Ta) Skyrmion
    Magnetic Multilayers
  17. A. Ktena (National Technical University of Athens, Greece) Magnetic Permebility vs Barkhausen Noise Measurements for Magnetic NDT Applications
  18. J. Leliaert (Ghent University, Belgium) When noise becomes data: characterizing magnetic nanoparticles using thermal noise magnetometry
  19. E. A. Lomonova (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands) The advanced electromagnetic solutions for high-precision systems
  20. M. Madami (University of Perugia, Italy) Excitation and control of propagating spin waves at the micro and nano scales
  21. D. Makarov (Helmholtz Dresden, Germany) Advances in compliant magnetic field sensorics
  22. C. Muratov (New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA) An interplay between dimensionality and topology in thin ferromagnetic films
  23. E. Palmero (ICMM-CSIC Madrid, Spain) Developing alternative permanent magnets: from the synthesis of tuned composites to additive manufacturing
  24. S. Pizzini (Institut Néel, Grenoble, France) Very large domain wall velocities in Mn4N ferrimagnetic thin films
  25. C. Reboud (CEA LIST Institute Saclay – Digiteo, France) Coupled electromagnetic models for nondestructive evaluation of materials
  26. S. Ruta (University of York, UK) First order reversal curves and characterisation of intrinsic parameters in correlated systems
  27. R. Schäfer (IFW Dresden, Germany) Advances in Magnetic Domain imaging
  28. G. Schmidt (University of Halle, Germany) Spin dynamics in free standing 3D YIG nanoresonators
  29. T. Schrefl (Danube University Krems, Austria) Deep learning magnetization dynamics
  30. H. Sepehri-Amin (National Institute for Materials Science Tsukuba, Japan) Development of high coercivity SmFe12-based permanent magnets
  31. D. Suess (University of Wien, Austria) 3D printing of isotropic and anisotropic hard magnets
  32. P. Tiberto (Inrim, Italy) Magnetic ferrites: a tunable system for innovative applications
  33. R. Tomasello (Politecnico di Bari, Italy) Role of current driven torques on skyrmion motion in Antiferromagnets