NCN GRIEG: Spin and charge transport in low-dimensional novel quantum materials (2Dtronics)
MagIC+ is the satellite workshop to “The European Conference Physics of Magnetism 2023 (PM’23)" the conference organized jointly by Faculty of Physics in Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland and Institute of Molecular Physics Polish Academy of Science in Poznań.
The first MagIC Workshop was held in Trzebaw in 2017 and focused on magnonics. The second in 2021, due to Covid's limitations, was only online, and focused on the multifunctional aspects of spin-wave dynamics and transport properties in low-dimensional quantum materials.
In 2023 the MagIC + workshop will held in Będlewo, Poland, in a beautiful palace built in neo-Gothic style: https://www.palacbedlewo.pl/en/. Its topics will focus on innovative ideas in the fields of spintronics, magnonics and materials science, with particular emphasis on 2D materials, nanoscale magnetization textures, topological phases and more. The Workshop aims to stimulate discussions between beginners and experienced scientists https://www.palacbedlewo.pl/en/working in the field of magnonics and spintronics and materials science to look for new effects and the possibility of their practical use. The Workshop offers an excellent opportunity to share the latest results, exchange opinions, and discuss emergent and future directions related to spin-waves and magnetic solitons, spin-dependent transport, and spintronics devices based on new materials. The lectures will be delivered by world-leading experts, broadly united under the following topics:
All participants are very welcome to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentations, to enable them to share their recent research results while also fuelling opportunity for fruitful discussions.
Conference cost will not exceed 500 EUR covering registration fee, conference materials, full board and accommodation.
The European Conference Physics of Magnetism,
Poznań, Poland, 26th to June 30rd, 2023
NCN is a government agency, supervised by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, set up in 2011 to support basic research in Poland.