Topological Spintronic Devices and Beyond

TSD Home Location Lodging Register Program

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Thursday, May 12th
7:15 AM
Check-In - Light refreshments provided.
7:40 AM
Welcoming Remarks
8:00 AM
Keynote Speaker
Albert Fert,
Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS-Thales
Conversion between spin and charge currents by Rashba or Topological Insulator interfaces and perspective for low power spintronic devices
8:45 AM
Ian Young, Intel Corp.
Charge Mediated Nonvolatile Spintronic Logic
9:15 AM
Chia-Ling Chien, Johns Hopkins University
Spin-orbital torque switching of ferromagnetic layer with PMA via SmB6 thin films
9:45 AM
Nitin Samarth, Penn State University
Topological Spintronics: Controlling and Manipulating Spins Using Helical Dirac Fermions
10:15 AM
Coffee Break
10:45 AM
Michael Flatté, University of Iowa
Voltage-Driven Magnetization Control In Topological Insulator/Magnetic Insulator Heterostructures
11:15 AM
Allan H. MacDonald, University of Texas at Austin
Theory of Spin-Orbit Torques in Topological Insulator DMSs
11:45 AM
Branislav Nikolic, University of Delaware
Anatomy of spin-orbit torques in topological-insulator/ferromagnet heterostructures
12:15 PM
Lunch Break. Lunch is on your own.
1:30 PM
Supriyo Datta, Purdue University
A Different Perspective on Topological Insulators / Rashba Conductors Inspired by Mesoscopic Physics
2:00 PM
Jian-Ping Wang, University of Minnesota
Room Temperature Topological Insulator Spintronic Devices: Write and Read Function Design and Implementation
2:30 PM
Yuki Shiomi, Tohoku University
Spin-Electricity Conversion Induced by Spin Injection into Topological Insulators
3:00 PM
Hyunsoo Yang, National University of Singapore
Spin dynamics in Bi2Se3 / ferromagnet heterostructures
3:30 PM
Coffee Break
4:00 PM
Vlad Pribiag, University of Minnesota
Towards Topological Superconductivity and Majorana Modes in a 2D Topological Insulator and their Potential for Quantum Computation
4:30 PM
Yong Chen, Purdue University
Electrically controlled spin polarization in topological insulators
5:00 PM
Saroj Prasad Dash, Chalmers University of Technology
Spintronics with Topological-Insulator Heterostructures
5:30 PM
Andre Mkhoyan, University of Minnesota
Understanding atomic structure of TI films grown on different substrates through analytical STEM
6:30 PM
Workshop Social Hour and Dinner
Friday, May 13th
7:40 AM
Light refreshments provided.
8:00 AM
Ching-Tzu Chen, IBM
Charge-Spin Conversion in Topological Insulators
8:30 AM
Dan Ralph, Cornell University
Controlling the Strength and Direction of Spin-Orbit Torques
9:00 AM
Roland Kawakami, The Ohio State University
Magneto-Optic Studies of Spin Dynamics and Spin Torque in High Spin-Orbit Materials
9:30 AM
Coffee Break
10:00 AM
Thorsten Hesjedal, The University of Oxford
Spin pumping through a topological insulator studied by ferromagnetic resonance
10:30 AM
Qi-Kun Xue, Tsinghua University
The Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect in Magnetically Doped Topological Insulators
11:00 AM
Kang Wang, The University of California Los Angeles
Spin Orbit Interaction for Skyrmion Devices
11:30 AM
Lunch Break. Lunch is on your own.
12:30 PM
Jing Shi, University of California Riverside
Topological spin Seebeck effect in topological insulator/magnetic insulator heterostructures
1:00 PM
Richard Kiehl, Arizona State University
Toward Topological Spintronics: Local Conductance on Terraced Bi2Te3 Surfaces and Proximity Induced Ferromagnetism from Nanoparticle Arrays
1:30 PM
Valeria Lauter, Oakridge National Laboratory
Hidden Interfaces and High-Temperature Magnetism in Intrinsic Topological Insulator - Ferromagnetic Insulator Heterostructures
2:00 PM
Closing Remarks. Thank you for attending the workshop!
*Revsied May 18, 2016

Questions regarding the workshop can be directed to the workshop coordinators at TIDevice (AT)