Symposium CK
Functional Magnetic Oxides

Agnès BARTHELEMY, Unité mixte de Physique CNR/Thales, France
Christian BINEK, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Scott CHAMBERS, Pacific Northwest National Lab., USA
Roberto DE RENZI, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy
Josè Maria DE TERESA, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
Alessio FILIPPETTI, University of Cagliari, Italy
Atsushi FUJIMORI, University of Tokyo, Japan
Hyun M. JANG, POSTECH, South Korea
Masashi KAWASAKI, University of Tokyo, Japan
Tsuyoshi KIMURA, Osaka University, Japan
Wolfgang KLEEMANN, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Neil D. MATHUR, University of Cambridge, UK
Alexandr NOSOV, Institute of Metal Physics, RAS, Russia
Tanusri SAHA-DASGUPTA, S.N. Bose National Centre, India
Gopalan SRINIVASAN, Oakland University, USA
Susanne STEMMER, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Hidekazu TANAKA, Osaka University, Japan
Jeroen VAN DEN BRINK, IFW Dresden, Germany
Dwight VIEHLAND, Virginia Tech, USA
Yonggang ZHAO, Tsinghua University, China
Eva BENCKISER, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Germany
Manuel BIBES / Felix TRIER, CNRS Thales, France
Ming-Wen CHU, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Emmanuel DEFAY, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg
Vincenzo FIORENTINI, University of Cagliari, Italy
Cesare FRANCHINI, University of Vienna, Austria
Vincent JACQUES, University of Montpellier, France
Hiroshi KAGEYAMA / Hirashi TAKATSU, Kyoto University, Japan
Rustem KHASANOV, Paul Scherrer Institut,  Switzerland
Gertjan KOSTER, University of Twente, Netherlands
Tobias KOSUB, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.,  Germany
Frank LECHERMANN, University of Hamburg, Germany
Fabio MILETTO GRANOZIO, University of Naples, Italy
Pavle V. RADOVANOVIC, University of Waterloo, Canada
Rafael RAMOS, Tohoku University, Japan
Jacobo SANTAMARIA, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
Susanne STEMMER, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Atsushi TSUKAZAKI/Tsutomu NOJIMA, Tohoku University, Japan
Masaki UCHIDA, University of Tokyo, Japan
Julien VARIGNON, CNRS Thales, France
Stephen D. WILSON, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Due to their many active and competing degrees of freedom, functional magnetic oxides show a plethora of phenomena, ranging from complex magnetic ordering to multiferroicity, from fully polarised spin transport to colossal responses to external fields, thus offering a huge potential for both rich basic physics as well as unprecedented technological applications. However, the complexity inherent to various crystal structures, electronic systems, exotic orbital and charge rearrangements, different atomic coordination, relativistic effects, defects, etc. continuously challenge the community working on magnetic oxides. The symposium will therefore gather scientists active in the fields of advanced synthesis and characterization techniques, as well as modeling and “materials-by-design” approaches. The classes of materials addressed will range from manganites to nickelates, from cuprates to ferrites, from cobaltates to other transition metal oxides (including 4d and 5d), from perovskites to spinels. In addition to bulk-related physics, particular attention will be devoted to phenomena occurring under reduced dimensionality (such as oxide-based heterostructures, nanostructures, thin films, superlattices), with emphasis on 2DEG systems, spin transport across oxide interfaces, proximity effects, electronic reconstruction, physics of domains and domain walls. Finally, the symposium will address possible applications of magnetic oxides, in electronics and energy, such as magnetic tunnel junctions, spin torque devices and magnetic refrigerators.
Session Topics

CK-1 Magnetic oxide thin films interfaces and heterostructures

CK-2 Spin transport in magnetic oxides

CK-3 Electronic structure and correlation effects

CK-4 Interplay between spin, charge and lattice degrees of freedom

CK-5 Multiferroic and magnetoelectric compounds

CK-6 Coexistence of superconductivity and magnetism

CK-7 Amorphous, nano-crystalline materials and granular materials

CK-8 Novel synthesis and characterization techniques

CK-9 Applications in electronics and energy


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