MagMatApp’18: Magnetic Materials and Applications
Nov 7th 2018 - Nov 7th 2018
Londonderry, United Kingdom
A seminar looking at magnetics related work in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, focussing on the magnetic recording and thin film areas.
The seminar will have talks from both industry and academia on the research, development and manufacturing work being carried out in both countries. The programme will include a site visit to Seagate’s factory near Londonderry.
There will be excellent opportunities to network with other seminar delegates built into the programme, as well as during an informal dinner in the evening, included in the delegate fee.
The programme outlined below is provisional, but we will attempt to stay with the start / finish times to support delegate travel.
The dress code for the event is business attire / smart casual.
Point Contact Andreev Reflection and the Measurement of Spin Polarization - High Fields and Novel Materials
by Prof Plamen Stamenov of Trinity College Dublin
Dr Solveig Felton of Queen's University Belfast
by of Seagate Technology (Ireland)
Overview talk on magnetic recording, including most recent trends / innovations, such as HAMR -heat assisted magnetic recording
New Insights into Alkoxy and Oximic Ligands: Synthesis and Characterisation of Metal Clusters with Unprecedented Structures and Interesting Magnetic Properties
by Dr Constantina Papatriantafyllopoulou of NUI Galway
Magnetic Atomistic and Multiscale Modelling of Magnetic Materials
by Prof Richard Evans of University of York
Recent Advances in Synthesis of Magnetic Nanostructures and the Potential Application in Data Storage
by Dr Fernando Rhen of University of Limerick
The Potential of All-Optical Magnetic Recording
by Prof Roy Chantrell of University of York
Atomistic Modelling of Exchange Bias Systems in IrMn Based Systems
by Ms Sarah Jenkins of University of York
Ion Etch Effects on Exchange Bias in CoFe/IrMn and Implications for Advanced HDD Sensors
by Mr Denis O'Donnell of Seagate Technology (Ireland)
|Time||Session Title||Session Host|
|08:00||Registration Opens; Coffee|
|10:00||Point Contact Andreev Reflection and the Measurement of Spin Polarization - High Fields and Novel Materials||Prof Plamen Stamenov, Trinity College Dublin|
|10:30||TBA||Dr Solveig Felton, Queen's Unviersity Belfast|
|11:30||TBA||Dr Fernando Rhen, University of Limerick|
|12:00||New Insights into Alkoxy and Oximic Ligands: Synthesis and Characterisation of Metal Clusters with Unprecedented Structures and Interesting Magnetic Properties||Dr Constantina Papatriantafyllopoulou, NUI Galway|
|13:30||Depart for Seagate|
|14:00||Current Trends in Magnetic Recording and Facility Introduction||TBA, Seagate Technologies Ltd|
|14:30||Tour of Seagate Facility|
|15:50||Atomistic Modelling of Exchange Bias Systems in IrMn Based Systems||Ms Sarah Jenkins, York University|
|16:10||Ion Etch Effects on Exchange Bias in CoFe/IrMn and Implications for Advanced HDD Sensors||Mr Denis O'Donnell, Seagate Technologies Ltd|
|16:30||Magnetic Atomistic and Multiscale Modelling of Magnetic Materials||Prof Richard Evans, York University|
|17:00||The Potential of All-Optical Magnetic Recording||Prof Roy Chantrell, York University|
|17:30||Close; Return to City Hotel|