Plenary Talks

  Weiss, Paul S.
California NanoSystems Institute 
(USA)
Precise chemical, physical, and electronic nanoscale contacts
Bader, Samuel D.
Argonne National Laboratory 
(USA)
The marriage of ferromagnetism and superconductivity:
A new twist
  Ariga, Katsuhiko
University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences 
(Japan)
Handling molecular machines by our hands
   

Keynote Talks

Dantelle, Geraldine
Institut NEEL 
(France)
Developing highly luminescent oxide nanocrystals by high-pressure solvothermal method 
  He, Jr-Hau
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology 
(Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)
Toward highly efficient solar water splitting:
A concurrent electrical, optical, and catalytic design

Kim, CheolGi
Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology (DGIST) 
(Korea)
Spintrophoretic logic gates for multiplexed cell tweezers
Rivas, Montserrat
University of Oviedo
(Spain) 
From pregnancy test to wine testing with magnetic nanoparticles
 Santato, Clara
Polytechnique Montréal
(Canada)
Towards greener electronics: materials, processes, devices and life cycle analysis
Suess, Dieter
University of Vienna
(Austria)
Functional magnetic nanostructures: From magnetic sensors to 3d printing of magnets
SuganumaKatsuaki
Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University 
(Japan)
Nanomaterials development at ISIR for IoT sensing devices and their applications




Invited Talks


Asaoka, Hidehito
Japan Atomic Energy Agency
(Japan)
Real-time surface stress measurement during nano-structural formation
  Bilous, Anatolii
Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of NASU
(Ukraine)
Magnetically controlled composite microwave elements.
Cotofana, Sorin
Delft University of Technology
(The Netherlands)
On energy effective graphene based computing
DitarantoNicoletta
University of Bari Aldo Moro
(Italy)
Tuning nanoantimicrobial bioactivity by proper surface functionalization strategies: fundamentals and applications

Ichiyanagi, Yuko
Yokohama National University
(Japan)
Magnetic nanoparticles toward to the diagnostics and therapies
  Hirohata, Atsufumi
University of York
(United Kingdom)
Heusler Alloys for Spintronic Devices
  KorenivskiVladislav
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
(Sweden)
Magneto-calorics and interlayer exchange in magnetic multilayers
  Maiorov, Boris
Los Alamos National Laboratory
(USA)
To be decided
Majewski, Pawel W.
University of Warsaw
(Poland)
To be decided
Musil, Jindrich
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen

(Czech Republic)
Advanced hard nanocoatings: present state and trends
  Nakamura, Tetsuya
Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute
(Japan)
Synchrotron X-ray analysis of functional magnetic materials for their 
micro-nano scale characterization
Prokopenko, Oleksandr
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
(Ukraine)
Terahertz-frequency signal sources based on antiferromagnetic spin Hall oscillators

Shima, Toshiyuki
Tohoku Gakuin University

(Japan) 

Preparation of Mn-based hard magnetic thin films

Soldatov, Ivan
Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research

(Germany)
Advances in magneto-optical domain imaging
Tchernyshyov, Oleg
Johns Hopkins University
(USA)
To be decided
  Tovstolytkin, Oleksandr
Institute of Magnetism of NASU
(Ukraine)
Magnetic nanostructures for self-controlled hyperthermia and remote temperature sensing

Tretiakov, Oleg
University of New South Wales

(Australia) 

Advantages of antiskyrmions and bimerons over skyrmions
  Voliani, Valerio
CNI@NEST, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia

(Italy)
Ultrasmall-in-nano approach: the new horizon of metal nano-theranostics"

Wintz, Sebastian
Paul Scherrer Institute
(Switzerland)
Spin textures and spin waves as seen by X-ray microscopy


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