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Pumping Iron: Counterintuitive Mechanisms of Magnetization Dynamics

May 16 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm PDT

Mundane magnetic metals can exhibit intriguing foundational science, offering fresh perspectives on materials for nanomagnetic devices

Satoru Emori , Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering at MIT is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Physics at Virginia Tech. His research aims to understand and control the physics of magnetization and flowing spins in magnetic thin films, which have the potential to enable energy-efficient memory and computers.

This lecture will highlight progress in revealing rather counterintuitive mechanisms of magnetization dynamics in thin films, especially those based on iron. He aims to convey that even seemingly mundane magnetic metals can exhibit intriguing foundational science, offering fresh perspectives on materials for nanomagnetic devices.

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Venue

Hybrid meeting – Online or at Quadrant Corp
1120 Ringwood Court
San Jose, CA 95131 United States

Venue

Hybrid meeting – Online or at Quadrant Corp
1120 Ringwood Court
San Jose, CA 95131 United States
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