Event

Current Research in Magnetic Skyrmions

UKMagSoc

Jun 8th 2022 - Jun 8th 2022

Preston, United Kingdom

Updated 6 April 2022

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The seminar will be a hybrid event with both in-person and online parts, although the event may be run wholly virtually if Covid restrictions change:

  • The in-person part will be held at UCLan, Preston, UK.
  • The online part will include the presentations and its own networking opportunities.

CHAIR

  • Dr Tim Mercer, University of Central Lancashire

IN-PERSON EVENT

The in-person event will be held at the University of Central Lancashire.

VIRTUAL EVENT PLATFORM

The virtual part of the event will be hosted on Zoom. As well as the talks presented, you can also:

  • visit and talk with exhibitors in the Breakout rooms
  • Ask questions of speakers and send comments during the whole event via Chat

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Speakers

Skyrmions in bulk chiral magnets
by Prof. Peter Hatton of Durham University

Skyrmions in chiral magnetic multilayers
by Prof. Christopher Marrows of University of Leeds

Electrical discrimination of magnetic-skyrmion chirality via spin-orbit and -transfer torques, in a branched nanowire
by Prof. Atsufumi Hirohata of University of York

Merons, bimerons and skyrmions in the natural antiferromagnet α-Fe2O3: experiments and simulations
by Prof. Paolo Radaelli of University of Oxford

A skyrmionic interconnect
by Dr. Christoforos Moutafis of University of Manchester

Exploring ferromagnetic, hybrid and SAF skyrmion textures in multilayers using Lorentz transmission electron microscopy
by Dr. Kayla Fallon of University of Glasgow

Modelling chiral multilayers: ultrafast processes and interfacial spin torques
by Dr. Serban Lepadatu of University of Central Lancashire

Heat-assisted chiral domain wall motion in ferrimagnetic multilayers
by Dr. Fasil Dejene of Loughborough University

Néel skyrmions in bulk materials
by Dr. Sam Holt of University of Southampton

Skyrmions in 2D materials
by Mr. Ryuji Fujita of University of Oxford


Programme

TimeSession TitleSession Host
09:50Welcome
10:00Skyrmions in bulk chiral magnetsProf. Peter Hatton, Durham University
10:45Skyrmions in chiral magnetic multilayersProf. Christopher Marrows, University of Leeds
11:30Coffee Break
11:45A skyrmionic interconnectDr. Christoforos Moutafis, University of Manchester
12:15Merons, bimerons and skyrmions in the natural antiferromagnet α-Fe2O3: experiments and simulationsProf. Paolo Radaelli, University of Oxford
12:45Lunch
14:00Electrical discrimination of magnetic-skyrmion chirality via spin-orbit and -transfer torques, in a branched nanowireProf. Atsufumi Hirohata, University of York
14:30Exploring ferromagnetic, hybrid and SAF skyrmion textures in multilayers using Lorentz transmission electron microscopyDr. Kayla Fallon, University of Glasgow
14:50Skyrmions in 2D materialsMr. Ryuji Fujita, University of Oxford
15:10Coffee Break
15:30Modelling chiral multilayers: ultrafast processes and interfacial spin torquesDr. Serban Lepadatu, University of Central Lancashire
16:00Heat-assisted chiral domain wall motion in ferrimagnetic multilayersDr. Fasil Dejene, Loughborough University
16:30Néel skyrmions in bulk materialsDr. Sam Holt, University of Southampton
17:00Closing remarks

Registration

Type Standard Fee Group Discount
(3+ delegates)
In-Person Member £69.00 10%
In-Person Non-Member £89.00 10%
In-Person Member Student £29.00 10%
In-Person Non-Member Student £49.00 10%
Online Member £39.00 10%
Online Non-Member £69.00 10%
Online Member Student £9.00 10%
Online Non-Member Student £19.00 10%
Test of SCA update £1.00 10%
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