Plenary speakers

Oliver Gutfleisch, TU Darmstadt, Germany
Hysteresis design of magnetic materials for efficient energy conversion

Josep Nogués, Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia, Spain
Magnetoplasmonic nanodomes as a novel structure for biomedical applications

Silvia Picozzi, CNR-SPIN, L'Aquila, Italy
Spins meet electric dipoles: modelling, discoveries and perspectives

Nicola Spaldin, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Hidden, Entangled and Resonating Orders

Yoshichika Otani, University of Tokyo, Japan
Novel functions observed in a topological antiferromagnet

Semi-plenary speakers

Adekunle Adeyeye, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Spin dynamics in complex magnetic nanostructures

Chiara Ciccarelli, University of Cambridge, UK
Spin pumping in superconductors

Dirk Grundler, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Artificial crystals and quasicrystals for nanomagnonics

Andrei Kirilyuk, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands
Ultrafast pathways for all-optical reversal of the magnetization

Thomas Lottermoser, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Complex domain interconnections of multiferroic orders

Neil Mathur, University of Cambridge, UK
Nanoscale magnetoelectric effects revealed by high-resolution imaging

Ingrid Mertig, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
Topological Magnon Materials

Karsten Rode, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Single-layer spin and orbitronics in a compensated ferrimagnet

Roberta Sessoli, University of Florence, Italy
Molecular spins in quantum information: potentials and challenges

Roser Valenti, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Field- and pressure-induced phases in spin-orbit coupled frustrated models and materials

Symposia invited speakers

1. Biomagnetism and medical applications
Riccardo Bertacco, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, Lab-on-chip platform for the detection of malaria
Susana Cardoso Freitas, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal, Magnetic labelling efficiency as a limiting performing indicator for magnetic biochips

2. Electronic structure and strongly correlated electron systems including superconductivity
Ryotaro Arita, University of Tokyo, Japan, Superconductivity in Topological materials: insights from Superconducting Density functional theory
Tanusri Saha-Dasgupta, S. N. Bose National Center for Basic Sciences and Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, India, Hybridization switching in ABO3 perovskites with Active A-sites

3. Frustrated and disordered magnetism, artificial spin ice
Elsa Lhotel, Université Grenoble Alpes, France, Magnetic monopole dynamics in spin ice and nuclear assisted quantum tunneling
Will Branford, Imperial College London, UK , Topological Magnetic Writing: Defining specific frustrated microstates in nanostructures

4. Magnetism in carbon-based and organic materials
Eugenio Coronado, University of Valencia, Spain, 2D magnets based on metal-organic frameworks

5. Magnetorecording media, magnetic memories and magnetic sensors
Christoph Vogler, University of Vienna, Austria, Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording
Denys Makarov, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany, Flexible/wearable magnetic sensors

6. Magnetic thin films, multilayers, surface and interfaces
Thomas Prokscha, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland, Low-energy muon spin spectroscopy and its application in magnetic thin films and heterostructures
Mairbek Chshiev, SPINTEC – Université Grenoble Alpes, France, First Principles Insights into Perpendicular Magnetic Anisotropy and Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya Interaction at Ferromagnet/Nonmagnet Interfaces

7. Magnetism in alloys and intermetallics
Kelly Morrision, Loughborough University, UK, Inelastic neutron scattering to probe magnetic excitations in La(Fe,Si)x
Pascale Deen, European Spallation Source and University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Towards an understanding of the magnetocaloric effect in Fe2P.

8. Novel magnetic techniques
Anika Schlenhoff, University of Hamburg, Germany, Vacuum resonance states as atomic-scale probes of surface magnetism
Olga Kazakova, National Physical Laboratory, UK, Advanced magnetic techniques

9. Materials for energy (permanent magnets, magnetocalorics and soft magnetic materials)
Anja Waske, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Germany, Energy harvesting using thermomagnetic generators with magnetocaloric materials
Ralph Skomski, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA, Permanent Magnets: Electrons Work to Rule

10. Micromagnetics and magnetization processes
Vito Puliafito, University of Messina, Italy, Micromagnetic study of THz spin-orbit torque oscillators based on antiferromagnets and ferrimagnets
Albert Claas, University of Vienna, Austria, Simulating spin-torque MRAM: From macrospin to self-consistent spin diffusion

11. Nanomaterials, patterned films, nanoparticles and molecular magnetism
Kalliopi Trohidou, National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”, Greece, Numerical study of the Magnetic behavior of binary ferrimagnetic nanoparticle systems
Marco Affronte, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy, Coherent transfer of magnetic excitations to microwave photons: the cases of molecular spins and nanoparticles

12. Spin-orbit and topology driven phenomena
Mathias Kläui, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, Skyrmion dynamics; from slow diffusion to ultra-fast motion
André Thiaville, CNRS Université Paris Sud, France, Role of topology in domain wall Dynamics

13. Magneto-optics and magnetoplasmonics
Antonio Garcia-Martin, Instituto de Micro y Nanotecnología – CSIC, Spain, Magnetic-field controlled radiative heat transfer
Harald Giessen, University of Stuttgart, Germany, Hybrid magnetoplasmonics

14. Multifunctional magnetic materials: magnetic shape memory materials, multiferroics including artificial/composite multiferroics, and perovskites
Kathrin Dörr, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany, Potential magnetoelectric spin textures at oxide interfaces.
Asli Cakir, Mugla University, Turkey, Non-volatile shell-ferromagnetic property of multi-functional Heusler alloys

15. Spin waves, magnonics, ultrafast magnetization dynamics and optically driven spin excitations
Justin Shaw, NIST, USA, Controlling magnetic damping in thin films and nanostructures
Naemi Leo, nanoGUNE, Spain, Plasmon-assisted photoheating for opto-activated nanomagnetic computation

16. Magnetotransport, spintronics, spin orbitronics and spin caloritronics
Haiming Yu, Beihang University, China, Anomalous Hall and Nernst effects in Co2TiSn and Co2Ti0.6V0.4Sn Heusler thin films
Akashdeep Kamra, NTNU Trondheim, Norway, Taming antiferromagnetic (squeezed) magnons to amplify spin transport and superconductivity