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Two members of the BeMAGIC project, namely Prof. Judith Driscoll (UCAM) and Prof. Jordi Sort (UAB), are involved in the organization of an AIP Publishing Horizons conference entitled “Materials Challenges for Memory”. This conference will cover the materials challenges of different memory technologies, from the fundamental processes and mechanisms, to industry perspectives on materials specifications and manufacturing. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Materials Challenges for Memory will be a virtual conference.
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712. WE-Heraeus Seminar, Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, 26 Jan - 29 Jan 2020
Organized by Dr. Karin Leistner, IFW Dresden • Prof. Jordi Sort Viñas, Universtitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain • Dr. Robert Kruk, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology The seminar aims at providing a forum for an overview of the current understanding of ionic effects in magnetoelectric materials. Fundamental ionic mechanisms and their correlation with magnetic phenomena, utilization of the spatial resolution achieved by advanced interface-sensitive measurement techniques, and routes toward the implementation of nanodevices will be covered.
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The BeMAGIC kick-off meeting will be held on 28-29 November 2019 at “Gran Hotel Rey don Jaime”, Castelldefels (Barcelona), Spain. Representatives of the Beneficiary Partners and the Partner Organizations will gather together to discuss several aspects concerning the implementation of the project. During the event, the Coordinator team (UAB) will present the Project and the representatives of the network institutions will introduce their research teams and their role within the network. Besides, several sessions are scheduled to tackle the project management, financial aspects, recruitment process, dissemination, outreach and training.
The 712. W.E. Heraeus Seminar on Energy Efficient Magnetoelectric Materials by Ionic Approaches (26.-29.01.2020) in Bad Honnef/Germany brought together worldwide leading scientists and young researchers to provide a forum for an overview of the current understanding of ionic effects in magnetoelectric materials. Fundamental ionic mechanisms and their correlation with magnetic phenomena, utilization of the spatial resolution achieved by advanced interface-sensitive measurement techniques, and routes toward the implementation of nanodevices were covered.
We sincerely thank the W.E. Heraeus Foundation for financing this seminar.