2015 e-Workshops

e-Workshop particpation is limited to STARnet members and registration is required for participation. You may register for upcoming e- Workshops on the SRC website. You must be logged in to your SRC account to submit registration or watch recordings of previous e-Workshops. Registration must be completed 2 hours before the event is scheduled to begin. To view the upcoming e-Workshop schedule visit the SRC website.

If you have questions about registration or how to watch recordings, please contact cspin [AT] umn.edu. All e-Workshops are held on Wednesdays and will begin at 1:00pm CT.

2015 e-Workshop Schedule

February - Hosted by LEAST
March - Hosted by C-SPIN

  1. March 4: Paul Voyles, University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Interfaces with Heusler Alloys in Spintronic Devices
  2. March 11: Weigang Wang, University of Arizona
    Toward Ultra-Low Energy Switching in Magnetic Tunnel Junctions
  3. March 18: Steven Koester, University of Minnesota
  4. March 25: Maxim Tsoi, University of Texas - Austin

April - Hosted by FAME
May - Hosted by LEAST
June - Hosted by C-SPIN
July - Hosted by FAME
August - TBD

Past e-Workshops

2014 C-SPIN e-Workshops

Ludwig Bartels, University of California - Riverside
2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Films: Facile Single-Layer Film Growth on SiO2 and Bandgap Engineering through Alloying

Geoffrey Beach, MIT
Spin-Orbitronics: Interfacial Design of Spintronic Materials and Devices

Chris Kim - University of Minnesota
Spin Based Computing: A Case Study on a High Performance Microprocessor

Supriyo Datta - Purdue University
Spin Circuits, Spin Transistors and Spin Logic

Nitin Samarth - Penn State University
Topological Spintronics

Anand Raghunathan - Purdue University
Caches from Tapes: Designing On-chip Memory Hierarchies with Domain Wall Memory

William Butler - University of Arizona - Tuscaloosa
Theory of L21 Half-Metals

Roland Kawakami - Ohio State University
Spintronics in 2D Materials

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