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Interdisciplinary workshop "Spintronics meets Superconductivity"

 Grenoble, Friday, November 30th 2018

 Amphithéâtre de la Maison des Magistères (CNRS campus)


sponsored by CPTGA, ILL, LANEF and LPMMC



organized by Dr. Nataliya Pugach
(Lomonosov Moscow State University & National Research University Higher School of Economics)


and by Dr. Thierry Champel
(Laboratoire de Physique et Modélisations des Milieux Condensés)

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This workshop aims at bringing together specialists in superconducting nanostructures, magnetic materials, and spintronics to provide informal exchange of ideas, necessary for development of this new direction. It continues the series of (non-regular) workshops done in 2015 and 2017.

Participation to the workshop is free. However, participants from outside the CNRS campus have to register before the 29th of November by sending an email to Thierry Champel.

Program :

09:00 Welcoming word : Nataliya Pugach (MSU & NRU HSE & CPTGA)

09:05 Dirk Menzel (Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany) :
"Spintronic Aspects of Chiral B20-Magnets"

09:50 Nataliya Pugach (MSU & NRU HSE, Russia) :
"Advanced electrons cooling using SINIS junctions"

10:30 Coffee break

Theory seminar :
11:00 Ilya Tokatly (European Theoretical Spectroscopy Facility (ETSF), San Sebastian, Spain) :
"A unified view of spin-charge coupling in classical and superconducting spintronics : Non-disipative Magnetoelectric Effects"

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12:00-14:00 Lunch
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14:00 Wolfgang Belzig (University of Konstanz, Germany) :
"Interface effects in superconductors in contact to ferro- and antiferromagnetic insulators"

14:45 Edward Goldobin (University of Tübingen, Germany) :
"Using π-⁠SQUID as φ Josephson junction"

15:30 Coffee break

16:00 Tim Ziman (LPMMC & ILL, Grenoble, France) :
"TBA"

16:45 Closing