|AMMCS-2013 Venue: Wilfrid Laurier
University Campus in Waterloo, Canada
Minisymposium (ID: SS-RPSETS)
Recent progress in spintronics: Experiment, theory and simulation
Organizers: Jingrun Chen and Xu Yang (UC Santa Barbara)
Spintronics refers to the active control and manipulation of
spin degrees of freedom in solid-state physics. Its study is
challenging, as it involves a number of processes at different
time and length scales: polarization of the spin, transport and
diffusion of the polarized spin between the ferromagnetic layers,
and interaction with the underlying magnetization. Experimental
results show that exploiting the spin of the electron can lead
to technological advances and the design of devices with new
functionality. The objective of this minisymposium is to bring
together specialists in the field from different backgrounds, and
facilitate the exchange of ideas and recent developments. Topics
on experiment, theory and simulation will be discussed.
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