Tt tutorial Symposium: Recent Advances in Nanomagnetism




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GS 04 MAGNETIC PROPERTIES AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF Co/C MULTILAYER FILMS

Yan Zhao, J.P. Wang, T.C. Chong, T.J. Zhou, Data Storage Institute, Singapore


GS 05 CORRELATION OF MAGNETORESISTANCE WITH DEPOSITION PARAMETERS AND ANNEALING CONDITIONS IN CoFe/Cu MULTILAYERS

Yong Qing Ma1, Alfred Cerezo1, Alexander Georgalakis1, Amanda K Petford-Long1, David J Larson2, Steve P Bozeman2, Heather Brown2, Peter H Clifton3, 1Dept of Materials, U. of Oxford, UK, 2Seagate Technology, Minneapolis, MN, 3Seagate Technology Ireland, Londonderry, N. Ireland


GS 06 MODIFICATION OF INTERLAYER COUPLING BY INSERTING THIN Al LAYER IN Fe/Si MULTILAYERS

S. F. Lee1, Wei-Chuan Chen2, Chih-Huang Lai2, S.F. Lee1, Y.D. Yao1, 1Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, NanKang, Taiwan, 2National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan


GS 07 PROPERTIES OF CoFe NOLS PREPARED BY ATOMIC AND NATURAL OXIDATION

Peter H Clifton, Denis O'Donnell, Thomas K McLaughlin, Seagate Technology Ireland, Londonderry, UK


GS 08 LOW FIELD MAGNETIZATION IN CoFe-Al2O3 MULTILAYERS

Joao A. M. Santos1, Yuri G. Pogorelov2, Joao Bessa Sousa1, Paulo P Freitas3, Susana Cardoso3, Natalia A. Lesnik4, Philip E. Wigen5, 1IFIMUP, Department of Physics, University of Porto, Portugal, 2CFP, Department of Physics, University of Porto, 3INESC Lisbon Portugal, 4Institute of Magnetism, Kiev, Ukraine, 5Department of Physics, The Ohio State University, OH


GS 09 MAGNETIC AND TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF SPUTTERED NiFe/SiO2/NiFe TRILAYERS

Jacek Gieraltowski, C. Tannous, LMB-UMR 6135 CNRS, Brest, France


GS 10 MAGNETIZATION PROCESS IN SmFe-NiFe EXCHANGE SPRING FILMS

Dmitry Chumakov1, Rudolf Schaefer1, Ludwig Schultz1, Shi-shen Yan2, J. A. Barnard3, 1IFW-Dresden, Germany, 2Florida State Univ., Tallahassee, FL, 3University of Pittsburgh, PA


GS 11 MAGNETIC COUPLING IN Fe60Sm40/Fe95Ta5Nx MULTILAYERS

Alejandro Butera1, James Weston2, J. A. Barnard3, 1Centro Atómico Bariloche - Bariloche - Argentina, 2University of Alabama, MINT Center, Tuscaloosa, AL, 3University of Pittsburgh, PA


GS 12 MAGNETIZATION REVERSAL PROCESSES AND INTERLAYER EXCHANGE COUPLING IN GdxCo1-x BILAYERS

Rafael Morales, Jose I. Martin, Luis M. Alvarez-Prado, Jose M Alameda, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain

GT

Nanoparticles and Self-Assembly II


Michael Farle

TU Braunschweig


Thursday

1:15 PM

GT 01 MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES PREPARED BY LASER-INDUCED PYROLYSIS

O. Bomati, M.P. Morales, C. J. Serna and S. Veintemillas-Verdaguer, ICMM, CSIC, Madrid, Spain


GT 02 PULSED LASER ABLATION DEPOSITION OF NANOPARTICULATE Fe FILMS: MORPHOLOGY AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES

Antonio Hernando-Maneru1, Federico Cebollada1, Antonio

Hernando2, Francisco Javier Palomares1, Carmen Ocal2, Jesus Maria Gonzalez1, 1ICMM-CSIC, Madrid, 2IMA-RENFE Spain


GT 03 FABRICATION OF METAL-OXIDE FERROMAGNETIC GRANULAR FILMS BY METAL-OXIDE Co-ELECTRODEPOSITION

N. Fujita1, Y. Mori1, R. Yagi1, M. Izaki2, M Inoue3, 1Osaka Prefectural College of Technology, Neyagawa, Japan, 2Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute, Osaka, Japan, 3EEE, Toyohasi University of Technology, Japan


GT 04 THE MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES PRODUCED BY MICROWAVE FLASH SYNTHESIS OF FERROUS ALCOHOLIC SOLUTIONS

J Ñ Niepce1, D Stuerga1, T Caillot1, J P Clerk2, Nikolai S Perov3, Alexander Granovsky4, M Inoue5, G Pourroy6, A Radkovskaya4, 1CNRS-Université de Bourgogne, Dijon France, 2IUSTI,University of Provence, Marseille, France, 3Toyohashi University of Technology, Toyohashi, Japan, 4Moscow State University, 5EEE, Toyohasi University of Technology, Japan, 6IPCM Strasbourg, France


GT 05 YTTRIUM IRON GARNET HETEROCOAGULATED BY SILICA

Ricardo Henrique Moreton Godoi1, Rodrigo Fernando Costa

Marques2, Laudemir Carlos Varanda2, Miguel Jafelicci Jr2, 1University of Antwerp - Department of Chemistry, Belgium, 2Instituto de Química de Araraquara – UNESP, Araraquara, São Paulo, Brazil


GT 06 CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES IN CoAl0.2Fe1.8O4 THIN FILMS PREPARED BY A SOL-GEL METHOD

Sam Jin Kim1, Kwang-Ho Jeong2, Chul Sung Kim1, 1Dept. of Physics, Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea, 2Dept. of Physics, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea


GT 07 STRUCTURE AND MAGNETIZATION BEHAVIOR OF NANOPARTICLES Co50C50

Kyeongsup Kim1, Seongcho Yu1, Dongseok Yang2, Jangroh Rhee3, 1Dept. of Physics, Chungbuk Univ. Cheongju, Korea, 2Div. of Sci. Education, Chungbuk Univ. Cheongju, Korea, 3Dept. of Physics, Sookmyung W. Univ. Seoul, Korea


GT 08 INFLUENCE OF PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION IN CERMET NANOCOMPOSITES ON MAGNETORESISTANCE SENSITIVITY

Charles J. O’Connor1, Vladimir O. Golub1, Andriy Ya. Vovk1, Anatoliy F. Kravets2, Anatoliy M. Pogoriliy2, 1AMRI-University of New Orleans, LA, 2Institute of Magnetism NAS of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine


GT 09 SURFACE MAGNETISM OF PdFe FINE PARTICLES

Takenao Shinohara1, Masayuki Shigemune2, Tetsuya Sato2, Tomoyasu Taniyama3, 1Keio Univ., Kohokuku, Yokohama, 2Keio University, Hiyoshi, Yokohama, Japan, 3Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama, Japan


GT 10 APPROACH TO SATURATION IN NANOMAGNETIC SYSTEMS

Roberto Iglesias, Honorino Rubio, Departamento de Física, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain


GT 11 GROUND STATE FOR LATTICES OF NONSPHERICAL FERROMAGNETIC GRANULES WITH DIPOLE-DIPOLE MAGNETIC INTERACTION

Evgenii Meilikhov, Rimma Farzetdinova, Kurchatov Institute, Moscow, Russia


GT 12 DENSITY OF ENERGY BARRIERS IN FINE MAGNETIC PARTICLE SYSTEMS

Dmitri Vladimirovich Berkov, INNOVENT e.V., Jena, Germany


GT 13 MONTE CARLO STUDY OF THE MAGNETIC BEHAVIOR OF SELF-ASSEMBLED NANOPARTICLES

Dimitris Kechrakos, Kalliopi Trohidou, IMS, NCSR Demokritos, Athens, Greece


GT 14 UNUSUALLY HIGH COERCIVITY AT ROOM TEMPERATURE IN CoFe2O4 NANOPARTICLES

C. N. Chinnasamy, Balachandran Jeyadevan, Oscar Juan

Perales-Perez, Tohji Kazuyuki, Kogo Shinoda, Atsuo Kasuya, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

GU

Electrical Machines II


Geraint Jewell

University of Sheffield


Thursday

1:15 PM

GU 01 RELIABILITY AND EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF A NEW NEURO-FUZZY TORQUE RIPPLE COMPENSATOR FOR SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTORS

Luis Oscar Henriques1, Paulo Costa Branco2, Luis Guilherme Rolim1, Walter I. Suemitsu1, 1COPPE/Federal

University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2Laboratório de Mecatrónica, Instituto Superior Técnico, Brazil


GU 02 FEM CALCULATION OF ROTOR LOSSES IN A MEDIUM SPEED DIRECT TORQUE CONTROLLED PM SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR AT DIFFERENT LOAD CONDITIONS

Janne Nerg, Markku Niemelä, Juha Pyrhönen, Jarmo Partanen, LUT, Dept. El. Eng, Lappeenranta, Finland


GU 03 FUNDAMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF AN X-Y LSM

Shigeri Inui, Masanori Naduka, Yoichi Ohira, Nihon University, Fukushima, Japan


GU 04 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF A NEW MULTIPHASE POLYGONAL-WINDING PERMANENT-MAGNET BRUSHLESS DC MACHINE

Yong Wang, K.T. Chau, C.C. Chan, J.Z. Jiang, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


GU 05 MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MACHINE SYSTEM

Hao Chen, Yifeng Zhu, Dong Zhang, Dept. of Automation, China University of Mining & Technology, Xuzhou, China


GU 06 DESIGN CRITERIA FOR DETENT FORCE REDUCTION OF PERMANENT MAGNET LINEAR SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR WITH HALBACH ARRAY

Seok Myeong Jang1, Sung Ho Lee1, In Ki Yoon1, Jung Ho Lee2, 1Dept. of Electrical Engineering Chungnam Nat'l University, Korea, 2Dept. of Energy System Engineering, Chungbuk Provincial Univ, Cheongju, Korea


GU 07 COMPARISON OF TWO TYPES OF PM LINEAR SYNCHRONOUS SERVO AND MINIATURE MOTOR WITH AIR-CORED FILM COIL

Seok Myeong Jang, Sung Ho Lee, Dept. of Electrical

Engineering, Chungnam Nat'l University, Korea


GU 08 TAILORING FORCE-STROKE CHARACTERISTICS IN MEDIUM-STROKE LINEAR RELUCTANCE ACTUATORS

Richard Edward Clark, Geraint Jewell, Paul Stewart, David Howe, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Sheffield, UK


GU 09 MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND FIELD-ORIENTED CONTROL OF A DISC-TYPE SURFACE-MOUNTED PERMANENT MAGNET MOTOR

Cheng-Tsung Liu, Kun-Chin Chuang, EE Dept. National Sun Yat-Sen Univ. Taiwan


GU 10 AN IMPROVED SENSORLESS DRIVING METHOD OF SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTORS: SPEED CONTROL CASE

Hai-Jiao Guo, Wen-Bin Lee, Tadaaki Watanabe, Osamu Ichinokura, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan


GU 11 REDUCTION OF ARMATURE REACTION AND INDUCTANCE IN THE MOVING COIL LINEAR ACTUATOR FOR A HIGH PERFORMANCE DRIVE

Seok Myeong Jang, Seok Myeong Jang, Sang Sub Jeong, Dept. of Electrical Engineering Chungnam Nat'l University, Korea


GU 12 SIMPLE END EFFECT COMPENSATOR FOR LINEAR INDUCTION MOTOR

Nobuo Fujii, Takeshi Kayasuga, Toshiyuki Hoshi, Kyushu University, Japan


GU 13 X-Y LINEAR SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR WITHOUT FORCE RIPPLE AND CORE LOSS FOR PRECISION TWO-DIMENSIONAL DRIVE

Nobuo Fujii, Kinjiro Okinaga, Kyushu University, Japan


GU 14 OPTIMIZATION OF Φ1MM PERMANENT MAGNET AXIAL-FIELD MICROMOTOR

Mingsheng Zhang, Bingchu Cai, Chunsheng Yang, Information Storage Research Center, Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ., China


GU 15 DESIGN SOLUTIONS TO MINIMIZE IRON CORE LOSS IN SYNCHRONOUS RELUCTANCE MOTORS USING PREISACH MODEL & FEM

Jung Ho Lee1, Dong Seok Hyun1, Seok Myeong Jang2, 1Dept. of Energy System Engineering, Chungbuk Provincial Univ, 2Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Chungnam Nat. Univ., Korea


GU 16 THREE DIMENSIONNAL ANALYTICAL COMPUTATION OF MAGNETIC FIELD IN SINGLE PHASE AXIAL FLUX PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MACHINE

Georges Barakat, GREAH, Univ. Le Havre, France

GV

Magnetisation Dynamics in Thin Films and Elements


Jurgen Fassbender

University of Kaiserslautern


Thursday

1:15 PM

GV 01 SWITCHING DYNAMICS IN SUB-MICROMETER SPIN-VALVES

Shehzaad Kaka, Stephen E. Russek, NIST/CU Boulder, CO


GV 02 FE-SIMULATION OF FAST SWITCHING BEHAVIOR OF GRANULAR NANOELEMENTS

Josef Fidler, Thomas Schrefl, Vassilios Tsiantos, Hermann Forster, Dieter Suess, Werner Scholz, Rok Dittrich, Vienna University of Technology, Inst. of Applied Physics, Austria


GV 03 SWITCHING SIMULATIONS IN PERPENDICULAR MEDIA: SPIN WAVE INSTABILITIES

Pieter B Visscher, Dmytro M Apalkov, Xuebing Feng, MINT Center and Physics Dept., U of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL


GV 04 NANOSECOND PULSED FIELD MAGNETIZATION REVERSAL IN THIN-FILM PERMALLOY STUDIED BY KERR EFFECT MAGNETOMETRY

Del Atkinson, Dan A Allwood, Michael D. Cooke, Russell P. Cowburn, Dept. of Physics, Univeristy of Durham, UK


GV 05 MAGNETIC PERIODIC STRUCTURES-MAGNETO-PHOTONIC AND MAGNONIC CRYSTALS

Sergei A. Nikitov1, Philippe Tailhades2, 1Institute of

Radioengineering & Electronics, RAS, 2CIRIMAT-UMR CNRS 5085, Toulouse, France


GV 06 DYNAMICS OVER 4 GHz OF SPRING-MAGNET TYPE NiFe/CoFe BILAYERS WITH HIGH PERMEABILITY

Henri Le Gall1, Jamal Ben Youssef1, Nicolas Vukadinovic2, Jean Ostorero3, 1LMB/CNRS/UBO Brest France, 2Dassault-Aviation, Saint Cloud France, 3LCMTR/CNRS, Thiais, France


GV 07 BLOCH POINT MEDIATED VORTEX SWITCHING

André Thiaville, Lab. Physique Solides, CNRS-U. Paris-sud, Orsay, France


GV 08 DYNAMICS OF ANTIFERROMAGNETIC VORTICES IN DOMAIN WALL OF YTTRIUM ORTHOFERRITE

M.V. Chetkin, Y.N. Kurbatova, T.B. Shapaeva, Moscow State Univ. Moscow, Russia


GV 09 ULTRAFAST OPTICAL DESTRUCTION OF ANTIFERROMAGNETIC ORDER IN FeBO3

Alexey Voldemarovich Kimel1, Roman V Pisarev1, Julius

Hohlfeld2, Theo Rasing2, 1Ioffe Physical Technical Institute, 2University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands


GV 10 FERROMAGNETIC RESONANCE AND RELAXATION IN LPE-GROWN BISMUTH SUBSTITUTED EUROPIUM IRON GARNET FILMS

Lakshmi Narayan Singh, B.A.Technological University, Lonere, India


GV 11 FMR STUDIES OF DIFFUSION ON FERRO-MAGNETICALLY COUPLED Co/Zr SYSTEMS

Shiva Prasad1, Antony Ajan2, R. Krishnan3, 1IIT Bombay, India, 2Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., Japan, 3LMOV-CNRS, France


GV 12 FINITE SIZE EFFECTS IN ARRAYS OF PERMALLOY SQUARES

Salim Mourad Cherif, LPMTM (CNRS UPR 9001), Université Paris-Nord, France


GV 13 DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF SUBMICRON CIRCULAR PERMALLOY DOTS

Gianluca Gubbiotti1, Giovanni Carlotti2, Fabrizio Nizzoli3, Roberto Zivieri3, Takuya Okuno4, Teruya Shinjo4, 1INFM, Unità di Perugia, 2Dipartimento di Fisica, Perugia, Italy, 3Dipartiemto di Fisica, INFM, Ferrara, Italy, 4Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University, Japan

GW

Semiconductors for Spin Electronics


Bernd Beschoten

RWTH Aachen


Thursday

1:15 PM

GW 01 SPIN-POLARIZED ELECTRON INJECTION FROM FERROMAGNET INTO SEMICONDUCTOR

Hiroshi Ohno1, Kanji Yoh2, Yoshito Katano2, Kazuhisa Sueoka1, Koichi Mukasa1, 1Graduate School of Eng. Hokkaido Univetsity, Sapporo, Japan, 2RCIQE, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan


GW 02 A CHANGE IN RESISTANCE OF CuFe WIRES INDUCED BY SPIN INJECTION

Tomoyasu Taniyama, Naoto Fujiwara, Yoshitaka Kitamoto, Yohtaro Yamazaki, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama, Japan


GW 03 THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF SAMARIUM HEXABORIDE

Claudio Andrade Macedo, Andre Mauricio Conceicao de Souza, Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Brazil


GW 04 MAGNETIC INTERACTION IN TWO-DIMENSIONAL AlMnAs/GaAs MAGNETIC SEMICONDUCTOR heterostructures

Zhiyu Liu, IMEC, Leuven, B-3001 Belgium, Belgium


GW 05 LIGHT INDUCED EFFECTS IN SEMICONDUCTING FERROMAGNETICS

Vladimir Petrovich Sohatsky, Valery Fadeevich Kovalenko, T.Shevchenko Kiev University, Ukraine


GW 06 ROOM TEMPERATURE MAGNETISM IN SPUTTERED CoxZn1-xO FILMS

Shao Guang Yang, A. B. Pakhomov, S. T. Hung, B. Ma, C. Y. Wong, Magnetic Innovation Center (MAGIC), Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Kowloon, Hong Kong


GW 07 CHARACTERISTICS OF COBALT-DOPED ZINC OXIDE THIN FILMS PREPARED BY PULSED LASER DEPOSITION

Jae Hyun Kim1, Jae Bong Lee2, Hyojin Kim2, Dojin Kim2, Young Eon Ihm2, Woong Kil Choo1, 1Dept. Mater. Sci. & Eng., KAIST, Korea, 2Dept. Mater. Eng.& ReCAMM, Chungnam Nat'l Univ., Korea


GW 08 THREE ROUTES TO INCREASE THE OUTPUT CURRENT OF THE SPIN-VALVE TRANSISTOR

Olaf M.J. van 't Erve, R. Jansen, F M Postma, J C Lodder, SMI, MESA Research Institute, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands


GW 09 RESONANCES IN HYBRID MAGNETIC/SEMICONDUCTOR ELECTRON WAVEGUIDES

Mhairi A Crawford1, Andrew R Long1, Peter J Wright2,John N Chapman1, Mahfuzur Rahman1, 1Dept of Physics & Astronomy, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, 2Quinetiq, Malvern, UK


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