Technologically relevant Quantum Materials: growth, experiments and theory

19-20 December 2016, AREA Science Park Trieste,

Padriciano Campus Conference Hall, building C1

 

 

Quantum materials are described as those for which useful macroscopic properties originate from intrinsically quantum effects. In many of today’s most interesting materials couplings of different degrees of freedom such as magnetic moments, electronic and crystal structure are observed, potentially leading to exploitable functionalities. Examples include nano-magnets, multiferroic and spintronics systems based on metals, oxides, and semiconductors.

The workshop will address the emergent phenomena in novel materials with high technological potential and discuss the new frontiers of quantum materials growth and the development of state of the art facilities to integrate the co-located research infrastructure for the materials characterization and for the study of the electronic structure and its dynamics.

Research goals shall be discussed as well as technologies adapted to provide efficient and high-users-turnover growth facilities capable to support an effective users program, integrating and expanding the NFFA offer.

The workshop is open to interested scientists and engineers as well as all prospective users and students.

 

Confirmed list of invited speakers:

Erik Bakkers (Kauli Institute of Nanoscience, Delft, Netherlands)

Riccardo Bertacco (Polfab Politiecnico di Milano, Italy)

Alberta Bonanni (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Ősterreich)

Jeroen van den Brink (Leibniz-Institut für Festkörper- und Werkstoffforschung Dresden, Germany)

Carlo Carbone (CNR-ISM, Trieste, Italy)

Mirko Cinchetti (Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany)

Mario Cuoco (CNR-SPIN Salerno, Italy)

Tom Devereaux (Stanford University, USA)

Hermann Dürr (Stanford University, USA)

Alexey Kimel (University of Nijmegen, Netherland)

Jürgen Kirschner (Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle/Saale, Germany)

Mathias Kläui (Universität Mainz, Germany)

Daniel Khomskii (Loughborough University, United Kingdom)

Steven Johnson (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)

Fabio Miletto Granozio (CNR-SPIN Napoli, Italy)

Jan Müller (University of Cologne, Germany)

Prashant Padmanabhan (University of Cologne, Germany)

Pasquale Orgiani (CNR SPIN and NFFA, Trieste, Italy)

Nicolas Rougemaille (CNRS Institut NEEL, Grenoble, France)

Tomasz Story (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland)

Ivana Vobornik (CNR IOM, Trieste, Italy)

Roland Wiesendanger (University of Hamburg, Germany)

 

Scientific Organizing Committee

S. Rubini (CNR-IOM, Italy)

M. Malvestuto (Elettra,Trieste, Italy)

F. Parmigiani (University of Trieste, Italy )

G. Panaccione (CNR-IOM, Italy)

G. Rossi (University of Milano, Italy)

Local Organizing Committee

K. Fujii, kaori.fujii@nffa.eu

 


For more information please visit - http://qmworkshop.iom.cnr.it/