Scientific Program

Scientific Program

Speakers from Japan/Institutions



J1 Tanaka, Masaaki

U of Tokyo


Ferromagnetic quantum hererostructures and their potential applications to spintronics devices

Opening & Introductory

Quantum Heterostructure

J2 Ohya, Shinobu

U of Tokyo

Developments of novel spintronics functionalities using oxide heterostructures


J3 Ahn, Le Duc

U of Tokyo

New topological transport phenomena in Sn-based quantum heterostructures


J4 Nakane, Ryoso

U of Tokyo

Device physics of Si-based spin metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors


J5 Hai, Nam Pham

Tokyo Tech

Room-temperature spintronics using ferromagnetic semiconductor and topological insulator

Topological Materials

J6 Ohshima, Ruo

Kyoto U

Anisotropic spin Hall effect in bismuth


J7 Nozaki, Yukio

Keio U

Spin current generation using mechanical rotation

Spin Generation and Quantum Info

J8 Morishita, Hiroki

Tohoku U

Electrical Detection and Control of NV Spin


J9 Mizukami, Shigemi

Tohoku U

Exploring advanced materials for spintronics

Advanced Spintronics Materials

J10 Ishihara, Jun

Tohoku U

Generation of spin textures in semiconductors using vector vortex beams


J11 Fukushima, Tetsuya


Materials design of magnetic materials

Materials Design

J12 Shinya, Hikari

U of Tokyo

First-principles materials design for ferromagnetic semiconductors


J13 Yamada, Michihiro

Osaka U

Highly efficient and low-resistive spin injection/detection at room temperature in Heusler alloy/Ge devices

Heusler/Ge Devices

J14 Oguchi, Tamio

Osaka U

Highly efficient and low-resistive spin injection/detection at room temperature in Heusler alloy/Ge devices: Boltzmann theory approach


J15 Yamauchi, Kunihiko

Osaka U

Ab initio prediction of anomalous Hall effect in altermagnetic CaCrO3


Speakers from Europe/Institutions



E0 Blügel, Stefan    

FZ Jülich 

Opening remarks                  

Opening & Introductory 

E1 Banerjee, Tamalika

U of Groningen

Complex Oxides - rich playground for neuromorphic hardware

Oxide Spintronics to Neuromorphic Computing 

E2 Go, Dongwook

FZ Jülich

Spin-Orbitronics 2.0: Spintronics Meets Orbitronics


E3 Kiselev, Nikolai

FZ Jülich

Magnetic Hopfions in Solids

Magnetic Hopfion 

E4 Azhar, Maria

U Duisburg Essen

Screw dislocations- a new twist in the topology of chiral magnets


E5 Schüffelgen, Peter

FZ Jülich

Superconducting transport in (Bi,Sb)2Te3 hybrid devices

Transport Properties of Topological Materials

E6 Schäpers, Thomas

FZ Jülich

Andreev Bound States and Flux-Periodic Supercurrent in In-situ Prepared Semiconductor Nanowire Superconductor Junctions


E7 Rüßmann, Philipp

U of Würzburg

Density-functional description of materials for topological qubits and superconducting spintronics

Superconducting Spintronics

E8 Broekhoven, Rik

TU of Delft (NL)

When does a Yu-Shiba-Rusinov chain become a topological superconductor?


E9 Hongbin, Zhang

TU of Darmstadt

Inverse design of functional magnetic materials: From high throughput to machine learning

Materials Design

E10 Katsumoto, Hiroshi

FZ Jülich

Spin Models for Modelling Magnets


E11 Hellenes, Anna Birk

U of Mainz

From spin symmetries to magnetoresistance effects in altermagnets


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