The future of information technology is dependent upon the development of devices that are smaller, faster, and more energy efficient. The non-volatility of magnetic materials and the potential to control their state by transfer of electronic spin angular momentum has generated great interest in spintronic phenomena. The past decade has seen the emergence of a variety of new effects that both challenge scientific understanding while promising new device function. The timescales for underlying processes such as spin precession and relaxation lie in the picosecond regime and are well aligned with those required for device operation. It is in this high frequency regime that measurements must be performed to fully exploit and understand spintronics.
This workshop will bring together a mixed academic and industrial audience with national and international scientists to discuss the latest research on the topic of High Frequency Spintronics in a focused one-day, single session workshop. This is a free workshop funded jointly between the IOP Magnetism Group and EPSRC Project EP/P008550/1, that will be held as an online event.
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Abstract submission deadline [EXTENDED]:
17 August 2020
8 September 2020
Organised by the IOP Magnetism Group