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Excursion to the Monastery of St. Florian

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August 08, 2018
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Scope

PASPS10 will highlight the fundamental physical phenomena related to spin effects in condensed matter systems and the latest advances in the development of spin materials, structures and devices. The school will introduce newcomers and students to the field and to the main topics of the conference.

Topics

Materials

  • Magnetic and non-magnetic semiconductors
  • Ferromagnetic (antiferromagnetic)-metal/semiconductor hybrids
  • Low-dimensional systems
  • Defects
  • Oxides and multiferroics
  • Organic systems
  • Magnetic/non-magnetic topological systems [incl. Wely semimetals, etc…]

Phenomena

  • Spin injection and spin transfer
  • Spin current generation and detection
  • Spin coherence, dynamics and manipulation
  • Spin-orbit phenomena
  • Spin caloritronics
  • Nuclear spin and hyperfine interactions
  • Spin entanglement and quantum information processing
  • Antiferromagnetic spintronics
  • Spin phenomena in semiconductor/superconductor hybrids [incl. Majorana systems, etc...]

Applications

  • Magnetization control, spin-torque and magnetization switching
  • Domain wall dynamics
  • Spin sensing
  • GMR, TMR, MRAM
  • Novel spintronic devices
  • Theoretical modelling of spintronics devices and materials
  • Neuromorphic computing