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October 7, 2022

Spintronics Co-Design Workshop #1- Materials for Future Spintronics Applications

1-4 pm Eastern

Location: Virtual via Zoom (register below)

Join the Spintronics Systems for Advanced Computing research community for a three-part online workshop series to mobilize cross-disciplinary collaborations and inspire new avenues for innovation in advanced computing. The series aims to break down communication barriers and foster cooperation between the research fields of materials science, device engineering, and circuits, algorithms, and architectures to enable full-stack development of spintronics computing. The workshops are free to attend and open to members of the public. Registration required.

The first Spintronics Co-Design Workshop will focus on materials for future spintronics applications. The workshop will be chaired by Professor Jean Anne Incorvia of the University of Texas and will feature:

  • Prof. Avik Ghosh of the University of Virginia discussing how, “atom-to-system,” a spintronics computing technology goes together
  • Prof. Ichiro Takeuchi of the University of Maryland presenting a perspective on paths to focused materials discovery.
  • Prof. Weigang Wang of the University of Arizona presenting on tailored magnetic materials: materials and interfaces for deterministic non-volatility and deep stochasticity
  • Dr. Kathryn Beers of the National Institute of Standards and Technology presenting a perspective on the circular economy
  • Dr. Sanjay Shinde of Canon U.S.A. discussing manufacturability and scalability: challenges of yield, uniformity, and precision in spintronic materials growth and processing

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