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The conference will cover basic and Applied Science and technology related to magnetism and Magnetic materials. The technical subject categories are as follows:

  1. Spintronics
    1. Magnetoresistance (GMR, TMR)
    2. Spin injection and spin transfer torque
    3. Spin-orbitronics (spin-orbit torque, orbital torque, Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya Interaction)
    4. Antiferromagnetic and ferrimagnetic spintronics
    5. Skyrmions
    6. Spin currents, spin pumping, spin Hall, spin caloritronics and related effects
    7. Voltage-controlled magnetic anisotropy and switching
    8. 2D spintronics
    9. Topological insulators, Weyl and Dirac semimetals
  2. Memory, logic and data storage
    1. MRAM and related devices
    2. Magnetic logic devices
    3. Neuromorphic and unconventional computing
    4. Domains and domain wall devices
    5. Energy-assisted recording
    6. Recording heads and media
    7. Recording physics, modeling & systems (coding, actuators and channels)
    8. Head-disk interface and tribology
    9. New recording technology
  3. Magnetization dynamics and micromagnetics
    1. Magnetization dynamics and damping
    2. Magnetic textures, statics, and dynamics
    3. Micromagnetic and hysteresis modeling
    4. Ultrafast and all optical switching
    5. Spin waves and magnonics
    6. Magneto-plasmonics
    7. New approaches in computational magnetism
  4. Electrical machines, magnetic devices and control
    1. (Semi-)analytical modelling and techniques
    2. Numerical analysis methods, design and optimization of electrical machines
    3. Magnetic aspects related to motor drives, testing and control
    4. Magnetic bearings and magnetic levitation
    5. Transformers, inductors and magnetic aspects related to power electronics
    6. Surface and interior permanent magnet machines
    7. Non-rare earth permanent magnet machines
    8. Memory and variable flux machines
    9. High-speed machines
    10. Wound-field and multi-excited rotating electrical machines
    11. Induction and reluctance machines
    12. Magnetically geared, Vernier, and flux-modulated machines
    13. Linear machines and actuators
  5. Sensors and high-frequency devices
    1. Magnetic field sensors (non-recording)
    2. Sensors (not of magnetic fields)
    3. High frequency, microwave and millimeter wave materials and devices
    4. Terahertz materials and devices
    5. Applications to Internet of Things (IoT)
  6. Multi-functional magnetic materials and applications
    1. Magneto-optic materials and devices
    2. Magneto-elastic materials and devices
    3. Magneto-caloric materials and devices
  7. Soft magnetic materials
    1. Ferrites and garnets
    2. Crystalline alloys
    3. Amorphous and nanocrystalline materials
  8. Hard magnetic materials
    1. Rare-earth compounds
    2. intermetallic alloys and L10 alloys
    3. Rare-earth free hard magnetic materials
    4. Nanostructured, composite, and other hard magnetic
  9. Magnetoelectronic Materials and Phenomena
    1. Multiferroics
    2. Magnetoelectric phenomena
  10. Fundamental properties and cooperative phenomena
    1. Complex oxides
    2. Half-metallic materials
    3. Magnetic semiconductors
  11. Nano-structured materials
    1. Thin films and surface effects
    2. Multi-layered films and superlattices
    3. Patterned films and elements
    4. Nanoparticles and nanowire arrays and self-assembly
    5. Individual nanoparticles and nanowires
    6. Magnetic nanocomposites
  12. Biomagnetics
    1. Biomagnetism
    2. Biomedical diagnostics and imaging
    3. Biomedical therapies and nanomedicine
  13. Microscopy, imaging and characterization
    1. Magnetic domains
    2. Novel imaging instrumentation
  14. Interdisciplinary and emerging topics
    1. AI and machine learning
    2. Quantum transduction
    3. Spin qubits
    4. Interdisciplinary topics related to magnetism and magnetic materials
    5. Emerging topics related to magnetism and magnetic materials
    6. Magnetic fluids and separation