This workshop is going to be the fourth in a series held previously at the Max-Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Erlangen 2017, as a SPICE workshop in Mainz 2018, and at the Cavendish Lab., Cambridge 2019 that started after the discovery of strong coupling between photons and magnons. This breakthrough elevated magnons to become alternatives to e.g. photons and phonons as conduits of quantum and classical information. Research on the interaction of photons and magnons is referred to as optomagnonics, cavity spintronics, and spin cavitronics, with increasing inclusiveness with related fields.
This workshop series aims to provide a platform for new developments in the core issues of spin cavitronics. We invite the spintronics and magnetism community since the expertise in magnetic materials and devices is essential. The workshop will also provide interfaces to related fields such as optomechanics, atom optics, quantum optics, and quantum information with similar concepts, goals, and techniques.
The previous workshops helped to consolidate a community interested in exploring quantum coherence of magnons and initiated many collaborations between theoreticians and experimentalists of different disciplines, institutions, and countries. The proposed workshop will preserve this generated momentum and expand the community especially in Japan, which, in spite of many pioneering contributions, is still relatively small.
Workshop on Optomagnonics, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Erlangen, Germany, June 26-28 2017.
Spin Cavitronics, Spin Phenomena Interdisciplinary Center, Johannes Guttenberg University, Mainz, Germany, May 15-18 2018.
Optomagnonics, University of Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, UK, Sep. 9-10 2019.
Functional (ferri, antiferro, ferro, 2D, …) magnetic materials and devices
Spin and magnon transport (DC, AC, noise, …)
Non-linear and quantum magnonics
Spins and magnets in microwave cavities:
(Ultra) strong coupling
Complex system and magnon chemistry.
Magnetooptics and optical control:
Strong coupling in optical resonators
THz magnonics and metamaterials
Quantum effects in related fields (tutorials):
Optomechanics, Josephson junctions, NV-Centers
For an overview of the theme of the workshop, see the tentative program.
The workshop has two separate parts:
Content: 4 Keynote tutorials, 33 invited oral, and contributed poster presentations.
Location: Main auditorium, Institute for Materials Research (IMR, KINKEN), Tohoku Universiity, Sendai, Japan.
Time: Starting on Oct. 20th, ending on Oct. 23rd afternoon.
Part 2 (Akiu hot spring retreat):
Purpose: To strengthen the bonds between the contributors to the community in a soothing environment. We focus on organized discussions that can lead to new ideas and future international collaborations.
Who is welcome: A limited number selected from the conference participants (on application).
Content: A keynote tutorial and structured discussions.
Location: Akiu hot spring (onsen), Japan. See the wiki page (use Google translate) for introduction.
Time: Transfer to Akiu hot spring hotel on Friday, Oct. 23rd afternoon by bus, returning to Sendai on the evening of Saturday, Oct. 24th.
Invited SpeakersWe are currently in the process of inviting speakers. Below is the current list of confirmed invited speakers.
[From Overseas Institutes]
Burkard Hillebrands (TU Kaiserslautern)
Eugene Simon Polzik (Niels Bohr Institute)
Dan Stamper-Kurn (UC Berkeley)
Jairo Sinova (Johannes Gutenberg Universität)
Yaroslav Tserkovnyak (UCLA)
Rembert Duine (Utrecht University)
Yaroslav M. Blanter (TU Delft)
Michael Flatté (University of Iowa)
Michael Tobar (The University of Western Australia)
Olivier Klein (Université Grenoble Alpes)
Simon Gröblacher (TU Delft)
Can-Ming Hu (University of Manitoba)
Jiang Xiao (Fudan University)
Ke Xia (Beijing Normal University)
Hidekazu Kurebayashi (University College London)
Xiong-Jun Liu (Peking University)
Silvia Kusminskiy (Max-Planck Light)
James Haigh (University of Cambridge)
Akashdeep Kamra (NTNU)
Haiming Yu (Beihang University)
Yunshan Cao (UESTC)
[From Domestic (Japanese) Institutes]
Seigo Tarucha (RIKEN, The Univ. of Tokyo)
Yasunobu Nakamura (RCAST, The Univ. of Tokyo)
Yoshichika Otani (ISSP, The Univ. of Tokyo)
Gen Tatara (RIKEN, The Univ. of Tokyo)
Eiji Saitoh (The Univ. of Tokyo)
Satoshi Iwamoto (RCAST, The Univ. of Tokyo)
Koji Muraki (NTT)
Koji Usami (RCAST, The Univ. of Tokyo)
Shunsuke Fukami (RIEC, Tohoku Univ.)
Ken-ichi Uchida (NIMS)
Mehrdad Elyasi (IMR) [Chair]
Gerrit E. W. Bauer (IMR and AIMR) [Co-Chair]
Yoshiro Hirayama (Tohoku University) [Co-Chair]
Yaroslav Blanter (TU Delft)
Kentaro Nomura (IMR)
Koji Usami (The Univ. of Tokyo)
Silvia Kusminskiy (Max Planck Light)
Weichao Yu (IMR)
Mika Terada (IMR)
ICC-IMR, Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
Graduate Program in Spintronics, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan