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MIND Sessions at AVS55 International Symposium
October 19-24, 2008

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Start Time Session Code Session Title
Tuesday 1:40pm MI+NC-TuA Magnetic Microscopy and Magnetization Dynamics
Wednesday 8:00am MI+NC-WeM Magnetic Thin Films, Nanoparticles and Nanostructures
Wednesday 1:40pm MI-WeA New Directions in Spintronics
Thursday 8:00am MI-ThM Magnetic Surfaces, Interfaces, Thin Films and Heterostructures
Thursday 2:00pm BI+TF+MI+NS+NC-ThA Plasmonics and Magneto/Plasmonics Aimed at Biosensing
Thursday 6:00pm MI-ThP Magnetic Interfaces and Nanostructures Poster Session


AVS 55th International Symposium & Exhibition


 

Technical Program of the
AVS 54th International Symposium
October 14-19, 2007 in Seattle, Washington

The Magnetic Interfaces and Nanostructures Division (MIN or MI) has planned an exciting and comprehensive program for the 2007 AVS Symposium. We invite you to participate. A preliminary program and highlights can be found below. To submit an abstract, follow the links at the AVS Call-for-Papers web site.


Technical Sessions

The Magnetic Interfaces and Nanostructures Division (MI) program features recent results and technological challenges in magnetic/spintronic materials and devices including basic and applied experimental and theoretical studies of magnetism, synthesis and processing of new magnetic materials, and new advances in magnetics-based technologies. The 2007 program will highlight new advances in spin momentum transfer, magnetic nanostructures and thin films, ferromagnetic semiconductors, spin injection (with EM), magnetism at surfaces and interfaces, magnetic imaging and spectroscopy, exchange bias, tunneling magnetoresistance, and multiferroics. The Magnetic Interfaces and Nanostructures Division encourages submissions from graduate students and will be selecting the best graduate presentation for the 2007 Leo Falicov Award. The winner of this award will be selected from six semifinalists and will receive a cash award of $1,000. 
 

MI1+EM  Magnetic Semiconductors

A. MacDonald, University of Texas at Austin

Z. Zhang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

MI2     Magnetic Nano-particles, Thin Films and Heterostructures

M.-T. Lin, National Taiwan University

S. Majetic, Carnegie Mellon University

MI3+EM  Spin Momentum Transfer & GMR

B. Dieny, SPINTEC, France

S. Russek, National Institute of Standards and Technology

MI4     Nanomagnetic Imaging and Spectroscopy

K. Kern, Max-Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Germany

J. Stohr, Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory, Stanford University

MI5+TF  Magnetism of Surface and Ultrathin Films

S. Jenkins, University of Cambridge, UK

MI6     Exchange Bias, TMR & Multiferroics

P. LeClair, University of Alabama

MI7     Magnetic Interfaces and Nanostructures Poster Session