Special CMSM seminar

Special CMSM Seminar

 This seminar series started in 1995 as "Nanostructured Materials Seminar", and more than 200 seminars were given by the visitors to the Research Center for Magnetic and Spintronic Materials (formely Magnetic Materials Unit, Magnetic Materials Center, Metallic Nanostructure Group). The seminar series has been renamed as "Special CMSM Seminar" ("CMSM" is the abbreviation for "Research Center for Magnetic and Spintronic Materials".). Seminar is held unperiodically, when we have visitors from outside NIMS.
Date Speaker Title
235 2017.9.25 Dr. Jacob Torrejon
CNRS/Thales, Univ. Paris-Sud & Paris-Saclay, France
Brain-inspired computing with spin torque nano-oscillators
234 2017.8.8 Dr. Thibaut Devolder
CNRS and Université Paris-Sud
Nanoscale magnetic vortex oscillators
233 2017.7.31 Prof. Eric E. Fullerton
University of California
Materials optimization to form skyrmions and skyrmion lattices
232 2017.7.28 Dr. L. Rigutti
Université de Rouen, France
An optical spectroscopy insight into open problems in Laser-assisted Atom Probe Tomography of semiconductors
231 2017.7.26 Prof. Dieter Suess
University of Vienna
Low noise magnetic field sensors using topological protected vortex states
230 2017.3.28 Prof. Akio Kimura
Hiroshima University
Spin resolved photoelectron spectroscopy as a tool for unmasking electronic states of spintoronic materials
229 2017.2.6 Dr. Bernard Dieny
SPINTEC, Grenoble, France
Modelling CPP GMR under homogeneous and inhomogeneous current
228 2016.12.14 Prof. Jian-Gang Zhu
Carnegie Mellon University
Microwave Assisted Magnetic Recording and Dual Side Spin Torque Oscillator
227 2016.11.28 Dr. Ryo Iguchi
Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University
Microwave-induced magnetization dynamics and spin current
226 2016.11.11 Mr. Hitoshi Iwasaki
Corporate R&D Center, Toshiba Corporation.
超高感度磁気センサー技術の研究開発動向 (Given in Japanese)
225 2016.11.9 Dr. David J. Larson
CAMECA Instruments, Inc.
Topics in Atom Probe Tomography
224 2016.9.28 Mr. Kiwamu Kudo
Corporate R&D Center, Toshiba Corporation.
Interaction dynamics of a spin-torque oscillator and adjacent nanomagnets: controlling frequency stability and magnetization switching
223 2016.9.27 Prof. Pedram Khalili
University of California and Inston Inc.
Electric-field-controlled MRAM: Introduction and Recent Progress
222 2016.9.21 Prof. T. Satoh
Kyushu University
Opto-Magnonics: Spin-Wave Manipulation by Light Pulses
221 2016.7.13 Dr. Giselher Herzer
Vacuumschmelze GmbH& Co. KG, D-63450 Hanau, Germany
Creep induced anisotropy in Fe- base nanocrystalline alloys.
220 2016.7.12 Dr. Claas Abert
Technical University of Vienna
Spintronics in micromagnetism
219 2016.7.11 Prof. Josep Fontcuberta
Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona, Spain.
The Magnetism of Oxides
(2016 IEEE Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture)
218 2016.6.17 Prof. Ken-ichi Uchida
Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University
Thermo-spin effects in magnetic insulators
217 2016.5.25 Dr. S. Iihama
The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Investigation of ultrafast magnetization dynamics for L10-FePd thin films by means of all-optical pump-probe technique
216 2016.4.4 Dr. Yusuke Hashimoto
Tohoku University
Ultrafast time-resolved magneto-otical imaging of all-optical switching of magnetization and propagation dynamics of optically-excited spin waves
215 2016.2.26 Prof. J. M. D. Coey
School of Physics, Trinity College
Surface magnetism of strontium titanate
214 2016.2.25 Dr. Nora Dempsey
Institut Néel, CNRS & Université Grenoble Alpes
Preparation and characterization of hard magnetic films(Co-sponsored by Nanotech Career-up Alliance (CUPAL) and ESICMM)
213 2016.1.21 Dr. Shinji Isogami
Fukushima National College of Technology
Spintronics using Fe4N thin films with negative spin polarization
212 2015.12.9 Prof. Bethanie Stadler
ECE Department, University of Minnesota
Magnetic Nanowires: Revolutionizing Hard Drives, RAM, and Cancer Treatment (2015 IEEE Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture)
211 2015.11.5 Prof. Guenter Reiss
Bielefeld University, Department of Physics, Center for Spinelectronic Materials and Devices
Spin dependent transport in magnetic nanostructures
210 2015.10.30 Prof. Shin Saito
Tohoku University
Media material characterization by Ferromagnetic resonance with cavity method
209 2015.10.20 Dr. Dieter Suess
Christian Doppler Laboratory, TU Wien.
Self consistent solution of micromagnetic and spin diffusion model for spintronic devices
208 2015.9.2 Dr. Zsolt Gercsi
CRANN and School of Physics
Trinity College Dublin.
Characterization of thermomagnetic effects in thin films
207 2015.7.16 Dr. Hermann A. Durr
Stanford Institute for Energy and Materials Sciences, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA.
Imaging the Ultrafast Spin-Lattice Motion During Ultrafast All-Optical Switching of Ferromagnets
206 2015.6.24 Dr. H. Suto
Corporate Research & Development Center, Toshiba Corporation
Resonance readout of magnetization direction using a spin-torque oscillator and its application to three-dimensional magnetic recording
205 2015.6.12 Prof. Takeshi Seki
Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University
Spin torque oscillators using Co-based Heusler alloys
204 2015.4.9 Dr. Keith McKenna
University of York
Understanding defects in metal-oxide materials
203 2015.2.25 Prof. Young Keun KIM
Korea University, Seoul, Korea
Magnetic and magnetotransport properties of 1-D magnetic nanochains
202 2015.1.7 Prof. Thomas Schrefl
Center for Integrated Sensor Systems, Danube University Krems, Austria
Micromagnetic optimization of recording systems
201 2014.12.9 Dr. V. Jacques
Laboratoire Aime Cotton, CNRS, Uni. Paris-Sud and ENS Cachan, Orsay, France
Imaging magnetism at the nanoscale with a single spin microscope
200 2014.11.28 Dr. Tomoya Nakatani
HGST, a Western Digital company, San Jose, California, USA
Conductive oxide for spacer layer of CPP-GMR sensors
199 2014.9.17 Dr. Hiroshi Katayama-Yoshida
Osaka University
SPINODAL NANOTECHNOLOGY: Computational Nano-materials Design of High-efficiency Photovoltaic Solar Cells
198 2014.8.7 Dr. Hiroaki Yoda
Toshiba Corporation
Progress of STT-MRAM Technology, the effect on low-power memory systems, and issues for scalability
197 2014.8.6 Prof. Arun Gupta
MINT Center, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
Magnetic Spinel Ferrite Thin Films and Heterostructures
196 2014.6.24 Prof. J. M. D. Coey
School of Physics and CRANN, trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland.
What can be done with Manganese?
195 2014.6.6 Prof. Yunheub SONG
Dept. Electronic Engng., Hanyang Univ (Seoul)
Core Technology for STT-MRAM
194 2014.5.22 Akihiko Takeo and Katsuhiko Koi
Toshiba Corporation
The concept of MAMR and required configuration of STO
193 2014.3.6 Prof. Teruo Ono
Institute for Chemical Research, Univ. of Kyoto
Current-induced magnetic domain wall motion and its application
192 2014.1.23 Prof. C. H. Marrows
School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K.
Giant topological Hall effect in strained Fe0.7Co0.3Si epilayers
191 2013.12.19 Prof. Yoshio Miura
Kyoto Institute of Technology
A first-principles study on spin-dependent transport in magnetic junctions with half-metallic Heusler alloys
190 2013.10.18 Dr. Thomas F. Kelly
Division Vice President of AMETEK, Inc.
The Present and Future of Atomic-Scale Tomography
189 2013.8.27 Prof. Rudolf Schaefer
Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW)
Magneto-Optic Analysis of Magnetic Microstructures (2013 IEEE Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture)
188 2013.8.26 Dr. Kaizhong Gao
From Perpendicular Magnetic Recording to Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording
187 2013.7.23 Dr. Y. Matsuura
Hitachi Metals
Alignment Dependence of Coercive Force Decrease Ratio in NdFeB Sintered Magnets and Mechanism of Coercive Force
186 2013.7.16 Prof. Oleg Mryasov
MINT, Univ. Alabama
High Spin Polarization Materials for CPP-GMR devices: theory of magnetic properties
185 2013.6.4 Prof. Henk J. M. Swagten
Eindhoven University of Technology
Domain-wall physics in perpendicularly magnetized devices: some recent developments
184 2013.5.27 Prof. Takao Suzuki
MINT, Univ. Alabama
High Magnetic Anisotropy Materials
183 2013.5.13 Prof. Kohji Nakamura
Mie University
Giant perpendicular magnetocrystalline anisotropy of 3d transition-metal thin films
182 2013.4.4 Dr. Steve Hwang
Seagate technology
Seagate Media R & D role, responsibility, activities and road map.
181 2013.3.19 Dr. Gavin Bell
Department of Physics University of Warwick
Half-metallic ferromagnetism of MnSb at nonzero temperature
180 2012.12.14 Prof. S. Okamoto
IMRAM, Tohoku University
Switching behavior of perpendicular magnetic dots under the assistance of rf field
179 2012.10.17 Prof. Y. Murakami
IMRAM, Tohoku University
Study of magnetism in nanometer-scale area by using electron microscopy
178 2012.8.31 Prof. Shigemi Mizukami
WPI-Advanced Institute for Materials Research Tohoku University
Magnetization dynamics and relaxation in magnetic films
177 2012.7.19 Prof. Thiaville
Univ. Paris-sud
Domain wall dynamics under non-local spin-transfer torque
176 2012.6.25 Dr. Young-suk Choi
Analytical aspect on the CPP GMR sensor development
175 2012.6.19 Dr. S. Yuasa
Magnetoresistance and spin-transfer torque in magnetic tunnel junctions
174 2012.5.18 Prof. Y. Sakuraba
IMR, Tohoku University
Magnetoresistance and spin-torque oscillation in the CPP-GMR devices using Co2(Fe,Mn)Si electrodes
173 2012.5.14 Prof. G. Tatara
Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.
Spin damping monopole in spin pumping + inverse spin Hall system
172 2012.5.1 Prof. Suresh S. Babu
Multiscale Characterization of Material Degradation in Li-Ion Batteries
171 2012.4.13 Dr. Mark T Kief
Recording Head Operations, Seagate Technology
Thin Film Head Reader Scaling from 1 to 8 Tbpsi
170 2012.3.30 Prof. O. Gutfleisch, Prof. G. C. Hadjipanayis, Dr. N. Dempsy et al. Informal Workshop on Rare Earth Permanent Magnets
169 2012.2.29 Dr. Nguyen Huy Dan,
Dr. Vu Dinh Lam
R&D of Rare-Earth Magnetic Materials in Institute of Materials Science (IMS)
168 2012.1.26 Dr. Y. Nakatani
Univ. of Electro-Commun.
Micromagnetic simulation
167 2012.1.17 Dr. Stuart S. P. Parkin
IBM Fellow
The Spin on Electronics! Science and Technology of spin currents in nano-materials and nano-devices
166 2011.12.20 Dr. M. Yamada
Central Research Laboratory, Hitachi Ltd.
Spin Accumulation read head technology beyond the 2Tbit/in2 HDD
165 2011.10.12 Dr. Giselher Herzer
Vacuumschmelze GmbH
Magnetic Sensors for Electronic Article Surveillance
164 2011.10.5 Dr. O. Mosendz and Dr. S. Pisana
San Jose Research Center, HGST
FePtAg-C media for temperature assisted magnetic recording and their thermo-magnetic characterization
163 2011.7.8 Prof. Oleg Mryasov
MINT Center, Univ. Alabama
Fundamentals of MR-RA scaling : TMR and GMR
162 2011.7.4 Prof. Thomas Schrefl
Micromagnetics of recording on exchange composite media
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