7th Workshop on Magnonics

Southern California, USA

July 31 - August 4, 2022











Magnonics 2022 is the 7th in a series of international workshops
on
fundamentals and applications of magnons

Spin waves or magnons hold great promise for quantum and classical information processing due to excellent scalability, tunability and energy-efficiency of magnonic devices. Many aspects of spin waves such as interactions with spin currents, electric fields, phonons, magnetic qubits, and exotic spin textures are active areas of fundamental research in magnetism. The goal of this conference is to bring together researchers from academia, industry and national laboratories working in the fields of magnetic materials, classical and quantum magnonic devices, nanomagnetism and spintronics in order to exchange ideas and forge collaborations in the field of magnonics.

Important Dates

January 1, 2022: Abstract submission and student travel grant application site opens

February 22, 2022: Abstract submission deadline

March 1, 2022: Notification of acceptance

March 1, 2022: Conference registration opens

March 22, 2022: Conference registration deadline

April 5, 2022: Late registration deadline

Sunday July 31, 2022: First day of the Conference

Thursday August 4, 2022: Best poster award ceremony, last day of the Conference


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Organizers

Conference Chairs:

Ilya Krivorotov (UC Irvine, USA): ikrivoro@uci.edu

Igor Barsukov (UC Riverside, USA): igorb@ucr.edu

Local Organizing Committee:

Mishu Khan (UC Irvine, USA): magnonics.us@gmail.com


Scientific Advisory Committee

Adekunle Adeyeye (Durham University, UK )

Antonio Azevedo (UFPE, Brazil)

Sergej Demokritov (University of Munster, Germany)

Chunhui Du (UCSD, USA)

Ursula Ebels (Spintec Grenoble, France)

Dirk Grundler (EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland)

Gianluca Gubbiotti (IOM-CNR Perugia, Italy)

Xiufeng Han (Institute of Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

Burkard Hillebrands (University of Kaiserslautern, Germany)

Volodymyr Kruglyak (University of Exeter, UK)

Xiaoqin (Elaine) Li (University of Texas at Austin, USA)

Teruo Ono (University of Kyoto, Japan)

Katrin Schultheiss (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany)

Andrei Slavin (University of Oakland, USA)

Previous Conferences

Magnonics 2019, Carovigno, Italy

Magnonics 2017, Oxford, United Kingdom

Magnonics 2015, Seeon, Germany

Magnonics 2013, Varberg, Sweden

Magnonics 2011, Recife, Brasil

Magnonics 2009, Dresden, Germany

Technical Categories

Topics for the conference include both fundamental and applied aspects of magnonics and spintronics

  • Magnetization dynamics, damping and switching

  • Magnonic crystals

  • Quantum magnonics

  • Magneto-dynamics in spin textures

  • Antiferromagnetic magnonics and spintronics

  • Spin torque switching and nano-oscillators

  • Magnonics and spintronics of 2D materials

  • Spin orbitronics, spin caloritronics and spin mechanics

  • Opto-magnonics and magneto-plasmonics

  • Spin-wave information processing devices

  • Spin-wave microwave and terahertz devices

  • Magnonic materials and heterostructures

  • Novel techniques for spin wave generation, detection and control

  • Spin transport and dynamics