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Sunday (July 12, 2015)
19:00-22:00 Welcome Party

Monday (July 13, 2015)
09:30-10:30 Opening Session
09:30-10:00 Official Opening
10:00-10:30 Laura Heyderman, Villigen, Switzerland
„Recent advances in artificial ferroic systems.”
10:30-11:00 coffee break
11:00-12:45 Session “Surface and Interface Magnetism”
11:00-11:30 Khalil Zakeri, Halle, Germany
„Probing of the magnetic exchange interaction at interfaces by magnon spectroscopy.”
11:30-11:45 presenting author: H. S. Hsu, Pingtung, Taiwan
„Enhancement of interfacial ferromagnetism of Co coated ZnO nanorods.”
11:45-12:00 M. Hoffmann, Jülich, Germany
„Systematic derivation of an effective spin-Hamiltonian: a more accurate description of magnetic interactions at surfaces and interfaces.”
12:00-12:15 P. Kuświk, Halle, Germany/ Poznań, Poland
„Effect of orthogonal exchange coupling on magnetic anisotropy in antiferromagnet/ferromagnet epitaxial bilayers.”
12:15-12:45 Henk Swagten, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
„A novel tool to experimentally address interfacial Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interactions”
12:45-13:45 lunch
13:45-15:00 Session “Spin Currents and Spin Pumping”
13:45-14:15 Matthias Althammer, Garching, Germany
„Pure spin currents in ferromagnetic insulator/normal metal hybrids.”
14:15-14:30 H. Głowiński, Poznań, Poland
„Spin pumping in Al substituted Finemet/Pt wedge structures.”
14:30-14:45 Y. Ando, Kyoto, Japan
„Significant enhancement of spin pumping efficiency from a high quality single crystalline Fe3Si film into a silicon channel.“
14:45-15:00 B. Heinrich, Burnaby, Canada
„Quantum well states in the time irreversible process of spin pumping.”
15:00-16:00 Session “Caloritronics”
15:00-15:30 David Cahill, Urbana, USA
„Picosecond spin caloritronics.”
15:30-15:45 A. Frauen, Hamburg, Germany
„Anisotropic interface contributions to the magnetothermoelectric power (MTEP) in Co/Pt layered structures.”
15:45-16:00 N. Long, Jülich, Germany
„Engineering giant spin Nernst effect at surfaces of metallic films.”
16:00-16:30 coffee break
16:30-18:30 Session “Magnetic Devices”
16:30-17:00 Julie Grollier, Palaiseau, France
„Spin-torque nanodevices for bio-inspired computing.”
17:00-17:15 O. Mosendz (HGST), San Jose, USA
„Structural and magnetic properties of granular HAMR media based on ternary Fe(50-x)Cu(x)Pt(50) alloy.”
17:15-17:30 T. Kubota, Sendai, Japan
„Enhanced resistance change of current perpendicular-to-plane giant magnetoresistance junctions using an L12 ordered Ag-Mg spacer layer.”
17:30-17:45 S. Ziętek, Kraków, Poland
„Spin diode effect in GMR strips with various interlayer coupling for broadband signals detection.”
17:45-18:00 Z. Celiński, Colorado Springs, USA
„Nonlinear microwave devices based on Permalloy.”
18:00-18:15 H. Sato, Sendai, Japan
„Temperature dependence of intrinsic critical current of CoFeB-MgO magnetic tunnel junctions with perpendicular easy axis.”
18:15-18:30 K. Yakushiji, Tsukuba, Japan
„Highly stable Co/Pt reference layer with a strong antiferromagnetic interlayer exchange coupling at first oscillation peak in a practicable p-MTJ.”

Tuesday (July 14, 2015)
09:00-10:00 Session “AFM and AFM-spintronics”
09:00-09:30 Tomas Jungwirth, Prague, Czech Republic
„Antiferromagnetic spintronics.”
09:30-09:45 A. M. Bataille, Saclay, France
„Tunnel-mediated coupling between antiferromagnetic thin films.”
09:45-10:00 Y. Wu, Shanghai, China
„The antiferromagnetic spin reorientation transition driven by the interface exchange coupling in NiO/CoO bilayers.”
Session “Magnetic Semiconductors”
10:00-10:30 Maciej Sawicki, Warszawa, Poland
„(Ga,Mn)N - an insulating ferromagnet: phase diagram and critical behavior.”
10:30-10:45 R. R. Subkhangulov, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
„Femtosecond optical excitation of spin resonances in the easy-plane antiferromagnetic semiconductor EuTe.”
10:45-11:00 J.-M. Tonnerre, Grenoble, France
„High spatial sensitivity to magnetization profile in (Ga,Mn)(As,P) thin film by soft x-ray resonant magnetic reflectivity.”
coffee break
11:30-13:00 Special Session “Magnetism by Light” (organized by A. Maziewski)
11:30-12:00 Markus Münzenberg, Greifswald, Gemany
„Ultrafast dynamics of spins and spin currents: magnetic storage and spintronic devices.”
12:00-12:30 Andrei Kirilyuk, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
„The role of exchange interaction in all-optical magnetic switching in thin films and multilayers.”
12:30-13:00 Stephane Mangin, Nancy, France
„All-optical control of ferromagnetic thin films and nanostructures.”
13:00-14:00 lunch
14:00-16:00 Session “Spin-Hall Effect”
14:00-14:30 Axel Hoffmann, Agonne, USA
„Magnetization dynamics driven by spin Hall effects.”
Georg Woltersdorf, Halle, Germany
„Spin Hall effect in metallic multilayers.”
15:00-15:15 K. Olejnik, Prague, Czech Republic
„Linear spin Hall magnetoresistance.”
15:15-15:30 C. O. Avci, Zurich, Switzerland
„Unidirectional spin Hall magnetoresistance in ferromagnet/normal metal bilayers.”
15:30-15:45 J. Sampaio, Orsay, France
„Magnetic switching of Pt/[Co/Ni]3/Ta and Pt/[Co/Ni]3/Al films induced by in-plane currents.”
15:45-16:00 C. Herschbach, Halle, Germany
„Colossal spin Hall effect in ultrathin metallic films.”
16:00-16:30 coffee break
16:30-18:00 poster session A
18:00-19:15 „Glass of Wine” with Major of Kraków Jacek Majchrowski (in the City Hall of Kraków)
19:30-20:30 concert of organ music in St. Mary`s Basilica on the Main Market Square

Wednesday (July 15, 2015)
09:00-11:00 Session “Domains”
09:00-09:30 Geoffrey Beach, Cambridge, USA
„Interface-driven chiral spin textures in ultrathin magnetic films.”
09:30-10:00 Riccardo Hertel, Strasbourg, France
„Ultrafast domain wall dynamics in magnetic nanotubes and nanowires.”
10:00-10:15 W. Savero-Torres, Grenoble/Orsay, France
„Switchable spin current source controlled by magnetic domain walls.”
10:15-10:30 A. Ehresmann, Kassel, Germany
„Néel walls between tailored parallel-stripe domains in IrMn/CoFe exchange bias layers.”
10:30-10:45 D.-H. Kim, Seoul, South Korea
„Skyrmion-like-magnetic-bubblecade memory based on chiral domain walls.”
10:45-11:00 K. Yamada, Tokyo, Japan
„Simulation of the field-driven magnetic domain wall motion under the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction.”
coffee break
11:30-13:00 Session “Spin Torque Effects”
11:30-12:00 Kevin Garello, Zurich, Switzerland
„Ultrafast magnetization switching by spin-orbit torques.”
12:00-12:15 R.V. Mikhaylovskiy, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
„Femtosecond dynamics of spins and electric currents induced by circularly-polarized light in thin metallic ferromagnetic films and heterostructures.”
12:15-12:30 I. Razdolski, Berlin, Germany
„Ultrafast spin transfer torque-induced magnetisation dynamics in Fe/Au/Fe multilayer.”
12:30-12:45 P. Baláž, Poznań, Poland/ Prague, Czech Republic
„Spin torque effect on spin waves in a ferromagnetic layer.”
12:45-13:00 S. Tsunegi, Palaiseau, France/ Tsukuba, Japan
„Self-synchronization and reduction of critical current of spin torque oscillator using delayed feedback injection locking.”
13:00-14:00 lunch
14:00-16:00 Special Session: “X-ray Microscopy and Magnetism” (organized by H. Ohldag)
14:00-14:30 Guido Meier, Hamburg, Germany
„Transmission x-ray microscopy of magnetic nanostructure.”
Frithjof Nolting, Villigen, Switzerland
„X-PEEM studies of magnetic nanoparticles and oxide heterostructures.”
15:00-15:30 Andreas K. Schmid, Berkeley, USA
„PEEM and SPLEEM to investigate and tailor chiral magnetism.”
15:30-16:00 Stefano Bonetti, Stockholm, Sweden
„Imaging spin currents and spin waves at the nanoscale.”
16:00-16:30 coffee break
16:30-18:00 Session “Microscopy and Magnetism”
16:30-16:45 special talk: M. Stankiewicz (SOLARIS), Kraków, Poland
16:45-17:00 M. Staab, Mainz, Germany
„Treshold photoemission magnetic circular dichroism as a tool for high-resolution imaging of magnetization structures.”
17:00-17:15 C. Donnelly, Zurich/Villigen, Switzerland
„Towards magnetic tomography: Element-Specific X-ray Resonant Phase Tomography at the Nanoscale.”
17:15-17:30 C. Marrows, Leeds, Great Britain
„Thermal fluctuations and freezing in artificial spin ice: X-ray photon correlation spectroscopy.”
17:30-17:45 R. Frömter, Hamburg, Germany
„Incorporating nanosecond time resolution into scanning electron microscopy with polarization analysis.”
17:45-18:00 P. Warnicke, Villigen, Switzerland
„Nanoscale magnetic investigation using a combination of MFM and XMCD-STXM.”
18:30-20:00 Meeting of the International Advisory Committee of ICMFS

Thursday (July 16, 2015)
09:00-11:00 Session “Nano and Molecular Magnetism”
09:00-09:30 Peter Oppeneer, Uppsala, Sweden
„Spin-bearing molecules on magnetic substrates: theory of exchange interaction and spin switching.”
09:30-10:00 Wolfgang Kuch, Berlin, Germany
„Controlling the magnetism of adsorbed metal-organic molecules.”
10:00-10:15 M. Etzkorn, Stuttgart, Germany
„Measuring the absolute spin polarization of tunneling electrons with STM.”
10:15-10:30 S. Tebi, Linz, Austria
„Detection of electronic and nuclear spin transitions in a single magnetic molecules.”
10:30-10:45 M. Misiorny, Jülich, Germany/ Poznań, Poland
„Probing transverse magnetic anisotropy by electronic transport through a single-molecule magnet.”
10:45-11:00 P. Appel, Basel, Switzerland
„Nanoscale magnetometry based on single nitrogen vacancy centers in diamond.”
coffee break
11:30-13:00 Session “Electric Field and Magnetism”
11:30-12:00 Takayuki Nozaki, Tsukuba, Japan
„Voltage-control of magnetic anisotropy: what's the next target?”
12:00-12:15 M. Sakamaki, Tsukuba ,Japan
"Role of interface oxide layer on the electric field effect in Fe/BaTiO3 films."
12:15-12:30 H. Sukegawa, Tsukuba, Japan
„Bias voltage dependence of tunnel magnetoresistance in spinel Mg-Al-O based epitaxial tunnel junctions.”
12:30-12:45 K. Nawaoka, Osaka, Japan
„Voltage induction of interfacial Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction on Au/Fe/MgO artificial multilayer.”
12:45-13:00 S. Cherifi, Strasbourg, France
„Optical probe of magnetoelectric coupling in Co/Pb(Zr,Ti)O3: disentangling interface and strain-mediated mechanisms.”
13:00-14:00 lunch
14:00-16:00 Session “New Materials”
14:00-14:30 Kirsten von Bergmann, Hamburg, Germany
„Interface-induced magnetic skyrmions studied with spin-polarized STM.”
Józef Barnaś, Poznań, Poland
„Spin-orbit effects in graphene and other graphene-like materials.”
15:00-15:15 J. A. Fischer, Halle, Germany/ Florianopolis, Brazil
„Reduced dimensionality induced helimagnetism in Fe.”
15:15-15:30 S. Heinze, Kiel, Germany
„Engineering skyrmions in transition-metal films and multilayers.”
15:30-15:45 B. Krüger, Mainz, Germany
„Spin dynamics of skyrmionic magnetic bubbles.”
15:45-16:00 T. Baczewski, Warszawa, Poland
„Magnetic properties investigation of cobalt nanotube shell grown on ZnTe nanowires.”
16:00-16:30 coffee break
16:30-18:00 poster session B
18:15 departure to “Folwark Zalesie” for Gala Dinner

Friday (July 17, 2015)
09:00-11:00 Session “Thin Films”
09:00-09:30 Tomasz Ślęzak, Kraków, Poland
„Resolving the complex spin structures with Nuclear Resonant Scattering.”
09:30-09:45 G. Bayreuther, Halle/Regensburg, Germany
„Uniaxial in-plane magnetic anisotropy in epitaxial Fe films on GaAs(001): irrelevance of magnetoelastic interactions”
09:45-10:00 H.-J. Elmers, Mainz, Germany
„Spin reorientation related changes of the electronic structure in ultrathin Fe/Mo(110) films.”
10:00-10:15 M. Jakubowski, Białystok, Poland
„Ion beam induced modifications of Pt/Co/Pt magnetic films for control of perpendicular magnetic anisotropy.”
10:15-10:30 T. Yokoyama, Okazaki, Japan
„Electronic and magnetic states of vanadium phthalocyanine monolayer and multilayer films synthesized on Ag(111).”
10:30-10:45 J. Ieda, Tokai, Japan
„Theory of perpendicular magnetic anisotropy induced by Rashba spin-orbit interaction in ferromagnetic ultrathin films.”
10:45-11:00 N. Matsuzaki, Kyoto, Japan
„Current induced antiferro-ferromagnetic transition in FeRh nanowires.”
coffee break
11:30-13:00 Session “Magnonics and Spin-Waves”
11:30-12:00 Silvia Tacchi, Perugia, Italy
„Brillouin Light Scattering studies of two-dimensional magnonic crystals.”
12:00-12:15 J. Stigloher, Regensburg, Germany
„Snells law for spin waves.”
12:15-12:30 S. Wintz, Dresden, Germany/ Villigen, Switzerland
„Topological spin textures as emitters for multidimensional spin wave modes.”
12:30-12:45 T. Seki, Sendai/Saitama, Japan
„Spin wave dynamics for microfabricated elements with exchange-coupled bilayers.”
12:45-13:00 Closing Remarks
13:00 lunch

European Physical Society Poster Prize
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