Programme


Please note that the programme is subject to change.

 Monday 30 March  Tuesday 31 March Poster programme

The abstract book is available to download here (pdf, 9MB)

Poster programme

Ab initio Bio and organic magnetism
C60/graphite Domain walls
Dynamics Magnetic structure and properties
Magnetism and structure Magnetocaloric, ferroelectrics and magnonics
Skyrmions and topological effects Spin currents, spin torque and spin-orbit effects
Spin ice and artificial spin ice Superconductors
Vortices  
 


Ab initio

P.01  

Non-Fermi-liquid behavior and anomalous suppression of Landau damping in layered metals close to ferromagnetism
Sam Ridgway, University of St Andrews, UK

P.02  

Ab initio study of magnetoelastic and elastocaloric effects in Mn-antiperovskites
Jan Zemen, Imperial College London, UK

P.03 

Towards a simple description of magnetism in heavy rare earths: application to magnetic refrigeration
Eduardo Mendive Tapia, University of Warwick, UK

 


Bio and organic magnetism

P.04

Magnetoresistance and doping effects in conjugated polymer-based organic light emitting diodes
Hang Gu, Queen Mary, University of London, UK

P.05

Hydrazinium metal-formate frameworks of [NH2NH3][M(HCOO)3] (M = Fe2+ and Co2+): Framework polymorphism, structural phase transitions, and dielectric and magnetic properties
Sa Chen, Peking University, China

P.06 

Erbium organometallic single-ion magnets with half-sandwich structure
Yinshan Meng, Peking University, China

P.07

Quantifying long-time thermal relaxation decay in clusters of magnetic particles
Oliver Laslett, University of Southampton, UK

P.08

SQUID magnetometry measurements of magnetic polynuclear metal clusters synthesised in acetate ionic liquids
Suzanne Gray, Queens University of Belfast, UK

P.09

Organic spintronic field effect transistors
Hadi Alqahtani, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

P.10

A dysprosium(III) SMM based on naphthyridine-like ligand
Ye Bi, Peking University, China

P.11

Novel spin injection into graphene
Jack L Warren, University of Manchester, UK

P.12

Spin doping and induced molecular magnetism studied via a ferrimagnetic spin donor
Timothy Moorsom, University of Leeds, UK

P.13

Investigation of the magnetic exchange coupling between spin-bearing molecules and ferromagnetic substrates by X-ray photo-emission electron microscopy
Jan Nowakowski, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland

P.14

Scanning TMR microscope for magnetic elements in biosensor applications
Justin Llandro, University of Cambridge, UK

P.15

The photoexcited μSR technique probes of electronic state of excited molecules
Koji Yokoyama, Queen Mary University of London, UK

 


C60 / graphite

P.16

Phase diagram of a semimetal in the magnetic ultra-quantum limit
Aldo Isidori, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

 


Domain walls

P.17

Injection of 360 degree domain walls in magnetic nanostructures via MFM tip
Jack C Gartside, Imperial College London, UK

P.18

Racetrack memory using exchange bias
Ioan Polenciuc, University of York, UK

P.19

Micromagnetic simulations of DW states and dynamics in rare earth doped NiFe nanowires
Thomas J Broomhall, University of Sheffield, UK

P.20

Measuring Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction (DMI) in Ta/CoFeB/MgO thin films
Risalat A Khan, University of Leeds, UK

P.21

Effects of deposition temperature on the creep velocity of epitaxial Co/Pt
Adam W J Wells, University of Leeds, UK

P.22

Lorentz imaging of Domain wall motion in fabricated nanowires
Raymond Lamb, University of Glasgow , UK

 

 
Dynamics

P.23

Ferromagnetic resonance measurements of multilayer films using a Vector Network Analyser
August Johansson, University of Manchester, UK

P.24

Magnetisation dynamics of confined magnetic nanostructures controlled by voltage-induced mechanical strain
Stuart Bowe, University of Nottingham, UK

P.25

Dispersive read-out of ferromagnetic resonance in strongly coupled magnon-microwave photon system
James A Haigh, Hitachi Cambridge Labs, UK

P.26

Understanding the thickness dependence of Gilbert damping in ferromagnetic thin films with non-magnetic capping layers
Sinan Azzawi, Durham University, UK

P.27

Thickness, crystallinity and single interface contribution to ferromagnetic resonance of polycrystalline Co thin-films 
Mustafa Tokac, Durham University, UK

P.28

Time-resolved holographic imaging of magnetic vortex dynamics
Nicholas Bukin, University of Exeter, UK

P.29

Controlling ferromagnetic resonance using three dimensional exchange biased antidot lattice stacks
Robert Stamps, University of Glasgow, UK

 


Magnetic structure and properties

P.30

Magnetic anisotropy of Fe1-yXyPt [X=Cr,Mn,Co,Ni,Cu] bulk alloys
Ramon Cuadrado, University of York, UK

P.31

Two-step magnetic ordering in intercalated niobium disulphide MnxNbS2
Fedor Mushenok, University of Exeter, UK

P.32

Development of a technique to determine anisotropy axes in soft magnetic materials using a standard vibrating sample magnetometer
Steven Bourn, University of Central Lancashire, UK 

P.33

Erbium, a magnetic spin spiral for the future
Joshaniel Cooper, Science and Technology Facilities Council, UK

P.34

Magnetic properties of vanadium doped chromium dioxide Cr1-xVxO2 x ≤ 0.5
Otto Mustonen, Aalto University, Finland

P.35

The effect of non-magnetic phases on the development of new rare-earth permanent magnetic materials utilizing the Spark Plasma Sintering powder metallurgy process
Alex Mackie, University of Sheffield, UK

P.36

Rotational excitations of cold polar molecules emulating ferromagnetic order
Michal P Kwasigroch, University of Cambridge, UK

P.37

Atomistic modelling of Nd2Fe14B-Fe core/shell nanoparticles for high performance permanent magnet applications
Samuel C Westmoreland, University of York, UK

P.38

Collective properties of frustrated nano-disk arrays
Megha Chadha, Imperial College London, UK

P.39

Investigation of polar and non-polar interfaces in EuO(001) based heterostructures
Razan O Aboljadayel, University of Cambridge, UK

P.40

Competing interactions in doped rare-earth manganites nano-
structural materials
Wiqar Hussain Shah, International Islamic University, Pakistan

 


Magnetism and structure

P.41

Assessment of magnetic contribution of metallic Co nanoparticles to the total magnetizationin Co doped In2O3
Marzook S Alshammari, KACST, Saudi Arabia

P.42

Energy and magnetic characteristics of multilayer magnetic films
Marina Mamonova, Omsk State University, Russia

P.43

Electric-field control of magnetic properties in a multiferroic heterostructure
Wei-Gang Yang, University of Sheffield, UK

P.44

Dimensional effects in ultrathin magnetic films
Pavel V Prudnikov, Omsk State University, Russia

P.45

The effects of different precursors in the production of PLD targets on the magnetism of cobalt doped ZnO films
Wala Dizayee, University of Sheffield, UK

P.46

Substitutional and metallic Cobalt in ZnO films
Gillian A Gehring, University of Sheffield, UK

P.47

Extracting intrinsic switching field distribution in granular system
Sergiu Ruta, University of York, UK

P.48

Temperature and distance dependence of intergranular exchange coupling
Matthew O A Ellis, University of York, UK

P.49

Atomistic spin model simulations on the indirect exchange interactions of Co-doped ZnO
Muhammet Arucu, University of York, UK / Marmara University, Turkey

P.50

Angular dependence of switching fields of L10 (Fe0.5Mn0.5)68Pt32 ferromagnetic-paramagnetic dot pattern fabricated by Mn ion irradiation
Takashi Hasegawa, Akita University, Japan

P.51

Atomistic modelling of magnetic reversal mechanisms in CoFeB-MgO tunnel junctions
Andrea Meo, University of York, UK

P.52

Electric field control of magnetic thin film properties using ionic liquid electric double layers
Jonathan Wood, University of Sheffield, UK

P.53

Fabrication and characterisation of remote plasma sputtered L10 FePt thin films and bit patterned media
Smaragda Zygridou, University of Manchester, UK

P.54

Towards atomic scale characterisation of perpendicular anisotropy materials for spintronics
David Huskisson, University of Manchester, UK

P.55

Fluence study of Co2MnSi thin films for suitability in spin seebeck devices
Chris Cox, Loughborough University, UK

P.56

Optimisationof Fe3O4 nanostructures for atom trapping applications
Ruth C Bradley, University of Sheffield, UK

P.57

Magnetic and structural properties of Ni2MnAl alloy grown at elevating temperatures 
Haokaifeng Wu, University of York, UK

P.58

Growth of Fe/MgO/GaN(0001) heterostructure by molecular beam epitaxy
Jun-young Kim, University of Cambridge, UK 

P.59

Effect of Fe Underlayer in Ultrathin FeRh films
Craig Barton, University of Manchester, UK

P.60

Surface relaxation, Ga segregation and electronic structure in MnSb (0001) epitaxial films on GaAs(111)A from first principles
Haiyuan Wang, University of Warwick, UK

P.61

Direct band-gap measurement on a NiMnSb Heusler alloy at room temperature
Tariq Alhuwaymel, University of York, UK

P.62

Characterisation of pollycrystalline heusler alloys
Teodor Huminiuc, University of York, UK

P.63

Exchange bias induced at a Co2FeAl0.5Si0.5 /Cr interface
Nga Tung Chris Yu, University of York, UK

P.64

Crystallographic optimisation of Co2FeSi with perpendicular anisotropy
William Frost, University of York, UK

P.65

Characterisation of néel transitions in heusler alloys
John Sinclair, University of York, UK

P.66

Amorphous glass-coated nanowires and submicron wires prepared by rapid quenching from the melt
Tibor-Adrian Ovari, National Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics, Romania

P.67

The effect of post-annealing conditions on the iron oxides thin films grown on MgO(100)
Balati Kuerbanjiang, University of York, UK

P.68

Exchange bias films with perpendicular anisotropy
Kelvin Elphick, University of York, UK

P.69

Hexapod Hall scanner for high-resolution magnetic imaging
Mikhail Kustov, Imperial College London, UK

P.70

Determining the anisotropy of bit patterned media for optimal performance
Jen Talbot, University of Manchester, UK

 


Magnetocaloric, ferroelectrics and magnonics

P.71

Optimization of magnetocaloric properties of arc melted and spark plasma sintered LaFe11.6Si1.4
Precious Shamba, University of Sheffield, UK

P.72

Magnetoelastic coupling in EuTiO3: An examination by resonant ultrasound spectroscopy
Jason Schiemer, University of Cambridge, UK

P.73

Magnetic and Magneto-optical properties of films of multiferroic GdMnO3 grown on SrTiO3 and LSAT (100) and (111)
Hasan Albargi, University of Sheffield, UK

P.74

Exploring the mechanism of relaxation across the first-order metamagnetic phase transition in magnetocaloric La(Fe,Si)13
Edmund Lovell, Imperial College London, UK

P.75

Magnonic beam splitter: The building block of parallel magnonic circuitry
Carl Davies, University of Exeter, UK

 


Skyrmions and topological effects

P.76 

Itinerant magnetism in highly spin polarised B20 Ɛ-Fe1-xCoxSi epilayers
Priyasmita Sinha, University of Leeds, UK

P.77

Superconductor skyrmion proximity in Fe0.7Co0.3Si/Nb bilayers
Nathan Satchell, University of Leeds, UK

P.78

Depth profiling of the magnetic order in Cr-doped Bi2Se3 thin films
Nina-Juliane Steinke, ISIS - Science and Technology Facilities Council, UK

 


Spin currents, spin torque and spin-orbit effects

P.79

Temperature dependence of spin Hall magnetoresistance in W/YIG thin films
Scott Marmion, University of Leeds, UK

P.80

Magnetic, structural and electrical characterisation of CoFeTaB/Pt bilayer films
Oto-obong Andrew Inyang, Durham University, UK

P.81

Spin accumulation and relaxation characterisation in isolated CoFe nanoparticles
Rowan C Temple, University of Leeds, UK

P.82

Perpendicular anisotropy in ultrathin Co based layers sandwiched by large spin hall angle heavy metals
Kowsar Shahbazi, University of Leeds, UK

P.83

Microwave emission characteristics of spin-Hall nano-oscillators
Tim Spicer, University of Exeter, UK 

P.84

Fabrication and measurement of a lateral spin-transfer nano-oscillator
Benedict A Murphy, University of York, UK

 


Spin ice and artificial spin ice

P.85

Induced magnetoresistance in hybrid semiconductor / artificial spin ice systems
Susan Riley, University of Leeds, UK

P.86

Influence of disorder on critical ageing in 3d ising-like ferromgnets
Vladimir Prudnikov, Omsk State University, Russia

 


Superconductors

P.87

The superconducting spin valve containing highly spin polarized Fe0.8Co0.2Si
Benjamin Steele, University of Leeds, UK

P.88

Development of 22 T VSM system using novel improvements in HTS conductor
Darko Bracanovic, Cryogenic Ltd, UK

 


Vortices

P.89

Detection of asymmetry circular gyration of the vortex core via second order harmonic magnetoresistance oscillation
Satoshi Sugimoto, University of Leeds, UK

P.90 Lorentz microscopy study of possible interfacial exchange interactions in thin films with planar magnetisation

Stephen McVitie, University of Glasgow, UK


Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline:
    16 January 2015
  • Early registration deadline:
    2 March 2015
  • Registration deadline:
    23 March 2015

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