Tt tutorial Symposium: Recent Advances in Nanomagnetism




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9:30 AM

CC 03 CONTROL OF MAGNETIC ANISOTROPY IN Co/Pt

MULTILAYERS BY INSERTION OF Pd INTERLAYERS INTO Pt

Satoshi Sano, S. H. Kong, Shigeki Nakagawa, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan


9:45 AM

CC 04 EASY AXIS DISPERSION IN HIGH MOMENT Fe-Co-Ni THIN FILMS ELECTRODEPOSITED ON VARIOUS UNDERLAYERS

Xiaomin Liu, Giovanni Zangari, MINT Center, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL


10:00 AM

CC 05 MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF FeRh ALLOY FILMS PREPARED BY ION-BEAM SPUTTERING

Shuichiro Hashi1, Shunji Yanase1, Yasuo Okazaki1, M

Inoue2, 1Dept. of Elec. & Elec Eng., Gifu Univ., 2EEE, Toyohashi University of Technology, Toyohashi, Japan


10:15 AM

CC 06 HIGH MOBILITY OF SURFACE ATOMS AND INDUCED UNIAXIAL ANISOTROPY IN VERY THIN PERMALLOY FILMS

Hiroyuki Katada1, Takehito Shimatsu1, Hiroshi Watanabe1, Isao Watanabe1, Hiroaki Muraoka1, Yoshihisa Nakamura1, Yutaka Sugita2, 1RIEC, Tohoku Univ., Sendai, Japan, 2Tohoku Inst. Tech., Sendai, Japan


10:30 AM

CC 07 TEMPERATURE VARIATION OF STEP-INDUCED ANISOTROPY IN PERMALLOY THIN FILM GROWN ON Mo STEPPED SURFACE

C.M. Fu1, P.C. Kao1, H.S. Hsu1, U.C. Zhao1, C.C. Yu2, J. C. A. Huang2, 1Physics department, National Kaohsiung Normal University, 2Physics department, National Chen-Kung Normal University, Taiwan, R.O.C.


10:45 AM

CC 08 EPITAXIAL GROWTH AND MAGNETIC ANISOTROPY OF ELECTRODEPOSITED Ni AND Co THIN FILMS GROWN ON n-TYPE GaAs

Paul Richard Evans, Christian Scheck, Giovanni Zangari, Rainer Schad, University of Alabama, MINT Center, Tuscaloosa AL


11:00 AM

CC 09 THERMALLY LIMITED RATE-DEPENDENT SWITCHING IN EPITAXIAL Fe/GaAs

T. A. Moore, S. M. Gardiner, G. Wastlbauer, J. A. C. Bland, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK


11:15 AM

CC 10 CONTROLLING THE MAGNETO-TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF EuS THIN FILMS

Jan Keller1, Jeff Parker1, Jolanta Satnkiewicz1, Peng Xiong1, Stephan von Molnar1, Patricia Stampe2, Robin Kennedy2, 1MARTECH, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, 2Dep. of Physics, Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, FL

CD

Giant Magneto-Impedance


Larissa Panina

University of Plymouth

Tuesday

9:00 AM Room B

9:00 AM

CD 01 GIANT MAGNETOIMPEDANCE, SKIN DEPTH AND DOMAIN WALL DYNAMICS

Raul Valenzuela, Israel Betancourt, IIM-UNAM, Cto Ext CU, Mexico DF, Mexico


9:15 AM

CD 02 TEMPERATURE EFFECT ON THE GIANT MAGNETOIMPEDANCE IN AMORPHOUS MATERIALS

Y. W. Rheem1, C. G. Kim1, C. O. Kim1, G. W. Kim1, S. S. Yoon2, 1ReCAMM, Chungnam National University, Taejon, Korea, 2Dept. of Physics, Andong National University, Korea


9:30 AM

CD 03 TORSIONAL DEPENDENCE OF SECOND HARMONIC AMPLITUDE OF GIANT MAGNETOIMPEDANCE IN FeCoSiB

Cristina Gómez-Polo, Depto. de Física. Universidad Publica de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain


9:45 AM

CD 04 HYSTERETIC AND ASYMMETRIC MAGNETOIMPEDANCE IN COBALT-RICH AMORPHOUS WIRES

Petru Ciureanu, Grazyna Rudkowska, Luiz Guilermo Melo, Arthur Yelon, Ecole Polytechnique Montreal, Canada


10:00 AM

CD 05 GIANT MAGNETO-IMPEDANCE AND SURFACE HYSTERESIS LOOPS IN Co-RICH AMORPHOUS MICROWIRES

Valentina A. Zhukova1, Alexandr Chizhik2, Arcady P. Zhukov3, Alexandr Torcunov4, Vladimir S. Larin4, Julian Gonzalez1, 1Dpto Fisica Materiales, Fac. Química, UPV/EHU, San Sebastian, Spain, 2Inst. Low Temp. Phys. & Eng., Nat. Acad. Sciences of Ukraine, 3Donostia Intern. Phys. Centre, San Sebastian, Spain, 4"TAMag" S.L., Madrid, Spain

10:15 AM

CD 06 HIGH-FREQUENCY MAGNETOIMPEDANCE IN Co83.2Mn7.6Si5.9B3.3 GLASS-COATED MICROWIRES

Paola Tiberto, IEN Galileo Ferraris, Torino, Italy


10:30 AM

CD 07 DYNAMIC CIRCULAR MAGNETISATION LOOPS IN Co-BASED AMORPHOUS WIRES

David Lionel Ambler, L V Panina, D J Mapps, DECE, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, UK


10:45 AM

CD 08 LASER ANNEALING EFFECT ON GIANT MAGNETOIMPEDANCE IN AMORPHOUS Co-BASED MICROWIRE

S. J. Ahn1, S. S. Yoon2, C. G. Kim3, C. O. Kim3, 1Dept. of Physics, Sun Moon University, Korea, 2Dept. of Physics, Andong National University, Korea, 3ReCAMM, Chungnam National University, Taejon, Korea


11:00 AM

CD 09 Giant magnetoimpedance effect and magnetoelastic properties in stress-annealed FeSiBCuNb nanocrystalline wire

Y.F. Li1,2, M. Vázquez2 and D.-X. Chen1, 1Instituto de Magnetismo Aplicado UCM-RENFE. PO Box 155. 28230 Madrid.Spain, 2Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales, CSIC, 28049 Madrid. Spain.


11:15 AM

CD 10 MASS PRODUCED AMORPHOUS WIRE TYPE MI SENSORS

Yoshinobu Honkura1, Michiharu Yamamoto1, Yoshiaki Kohtani1, K Mohri2, 1Aichi Steel Corp., Tokai Aichi Japan, 2Graduate School of Elec. Eng. Nagoya University, Japan

CE

Magneto-Chemistry and Magnetic Fluids


Charles Krafft

University of Maryland


Tuesday

9:00 AM Room C & D

9:00 AM

CE 01 MAGNETIC FIELD EFFECTS ON THE REST POTENTIAL OF FERROMAGNETIC ELECTRODES

Gareth Hinds, Fernando M.F. Rhen, J. M.D. Coey, Physics Dept, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland


9:15 AM

CE 02 MEASUREMENT OF HINDERED SETTLING IN MAGNETIC DISPERSIONS

Tim Mercer, Philip R Bissell, Ray G Gilson, Centre for Materials Science, UCLan, Preston, U.K.


9:30 AM

CE 03 MICRO-STRUCTURES AND POTENTIALLY ELECTRO-OPTIC APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETIC FLUID FILMS

Chin-Yih Hong1, Herng-Er Horng2, Shieh-Yueh Yang2, Hong-Chang Yang2, 1Department of Mechanical Engineering, Da-Yeh University, Taiwan, 2Dept. of Phys., National Taiwan Normal Univ., Taiwan


9:45 AM

CE 04 WIDE VARIETY OF FERRITE FINE PARTICLES SYNTHESIZED FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION AT ROOM TEMPERATURE

Kazuhiro Nishimura1, Masanori Abe2, Mitsuteru Inoue1, 1Toyohashi University of Technology, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan


10:00 AM

CE 05 STUDY OF PARTICLE-PARTICLE INTERACTION IN MAGNETIC FLUIDS USING MAGNETIC RESONANCE

Paulo Cesar Morais, Gil Renato Ribeiro Goncalves, Universidade de Brasilia, Brasilia (DF), Brazil


10:15 AM

CE 06 NANOPARTICLE SURFACE CHARGE DENSITY IN IONIC MAGNETIC FLUIDS: THE EFFECT OF PARTICLE-PARTICLE INTERACTIONS

Fanyao Qu1, Paulo Cesar Morais2, 1Faculdade de Fisica, Universidade Federal de Uberlandia, 2Universidade de Brasilia, Brasilia (DF)-Brazil


10:30 AM

CE 07 BIREFRINGENCE OF MAGNETITE-BASED MAGNETIC FLUIDS: THE EFFECT OF THE SURFACE-COATING LAYER

Paulo Cesar Morais, Kalil Skeff Neto, Andris Figueiroa Bakuzis, Maria de Fatima Da Silva, Norbert Buske, Universidade de Brasilia, Brasilia


10:45 AM

CE 08 IN VIVO INVESTIGATION OF DMSA-COATED MAGNETIC FLUID

Zulmira Guerrero Lacava1, Sacha Braun Chaves1, Leandro Marques Lacava1, Paulo Cesar Morais1, Osni Silva2, 1Universidade de Brasilia, Brasilia (DF)-Brazil, 2Universidade Federal de Goias, Goiania, Brazil


11:00 AM

CE 09 EFFECT OF NONUNIFORM DISTRIBUTION OF MASS CONCENTRATION ON OSCILLATORY PIPE FLOW UNDER STEADY AND FLUCTUATING MAGNETIC FIELDS

Kunio Shimada1, Hiroshi Yamaguchi2, Narimitsu Shyuchi2, 1Akita Prefectural University, Honjyo Campus, 2Doshisya

University, Faculty of Engineering, Japan


11:15 AM

CE 10 FLOW BOILING HEAT TRANSFER OF MAGNETIC FLUID MIXED WITH LOWER SATURATION TEMPERATURE SECONDARY PARTICLES

Shigemitsu Shuchi, Taisei Mori, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Mech. Eng. Dept., Doshisha University, Japan


CZ

IEEE Magnetics Society Awards Ceremony


Tuesday

11:45 AM Auditorium

DA

SYMPOSIUM

Exchange Biasing


Kevin O'Grady

University of York


Wednesday

9:00 AM Auditorium

9:00 AM

DA 01 Role of Ion Implantation in Exchange Bias Systems [invited]

J Fassbender, B Hillebrands, Fachbereich Physik, Universitat Kaiserslautern, Germany

9:30 AM

DA 02 Exchange bias with perpendicular anistropy in (Pt/Co)n/FeMn MULTILAYERS [invited]

F Garcia, J Moritz, F Ernult, F Fettar, S Auffret, B Rodmacq, B Dieny, CEA/Grenoble, Departement de Recherche Fondamentale sur la Matiere Condensee/SPINTEC, Grenoble, France


10:00 AM

DA 03 Thermal effects in the magnetic properties of coupled FM/AFM layers [invited]

R W Chantrell, Seagate Research, Pittsburgh, PA


10:30 AM

DA 04 Stability of domains and pinning near the ferromagnet/antiferromagnet interface [invited]

R L Stamps, Department of Physics, University of Western Australia, Australia


11:00 AM

DA 05 THE USE OF THE ANISOTROPIC MAGNETORESISTANCE TO STUDY EXCHANGE COUPLING [invited]

E D Dahlberg1, T Gredig1, I N Krivorotov1, C Leighton1, J Nogues2, I K Schuller2, A M Goldman1, 1School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Minnesota, Mineapolis, MN, 2Physics Department, UCSD, La Jolla, CA


11:30 AM

DA 06 Dynamic spin structure and antiferromagnetic domains in exchange-coupled multilayers [invited]

C L Chien, John Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD


DB

Perpendicular Recording Media


Dieter Weller

Seagate Research, Pittsburgh


Wednesday

9:00 AM Forum

9:00 AM

DB 01 DESIGN OF THERMALLY STABLE PERPENDICULAR MEDIA FOR 50-200GB/IN2 [invited]

Steven Jon Kimble, Jack H. Judy, University of Minnesota, Elec. Eng., Minneapolis MN


9:30 AM

DB 02 ZERO FIELD VISCOSITY IN PERPENDICULAR MEDIA

J W Harrell, Shoutao Wang, Phys. & MINT Center, Univ. of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL


9:45 AM

DB 03 A NEW METHOD FOR INTRINSIC VISCOSITY MEASUREMENTS ON PERPENDICULAR RECORDING MEDIA

Kim Le Phan, Cock Lodder, Systems and Materials for Information Storage (SMI), MESA+ Research Institute, U. Twente, The Netherlands


10:00 AM

DB 04 THERMALLY STABLE CGC PERPENDICULAR RECORDING MEDIA WITH Pt-RICH CoPtCr LAYER [invited]

Yoshiaki Sonobe1, Hiroaki Muraoka2, Kenji Miura2, Yoshihisa Nakamura2, Yoshihiro Ikeda1, Hoa Do1, Andreas Moser1, Walter Weresin1, Natacha Supper1, Kentaro Takano1, Yen K Bing1, 1IBM Almaden, San Jose, CA, 2RIEC, Tohoku Univ., Sendai, Japan


10:30 AM

DB 06 EFFECTIVE PERMEABILITY AND IMAGING OF MULTILAYERED SOFT FILMS FOR PERPENDICULAR RECORDING MEDIA

Thomas Michael Coughlin1, James E. Monson2, 1Coughlin Associates, San Jose, CA, 2Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA


10:45 AM

DB 07 CoFe/IrMn EXCHANGE-COUPLED SOFT UNDERLAYERS FOR PERPENDICULAR MEDIA

H. S. Jung1, W D Doyle2, 1MINT Center and Materials

Science, University of Alabama, 2MINT and Physics & Astronomy, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL


11:00 AM

DB 08 HIGH COERCIVITY CoCrPt/Ti PERPENDICULAR MEDIA BY IN SITU INTERDIFFUSION OF CrMn ULTRA THIN OVERLAYERS

Anup Ghosh Roy, Sangki Jeong, David E Laughlin, DSSC, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA


11:15 AM

DB 09 GRAIN SIZE REDUCTION IN Co/Pd MULTILAYER PERPENDICULAR MAGNETIC RECORDING MEDIA WITH NiAl AS A SEEDLAYER AND A PINNING LAYER

Lianjun Wu, Data Storage Institute, Singapore


11:30 AM

DB 10 Ti GRAIN CUTTING LAYER AND Pt UNDERLAYER FOR CoCr BASED SINGLE MAGNETIC LAYERED PERPENDICULAR MAGNETIC RECORDING MEDIA

Byung-Kyu Lee1, H. S. Oh2, K. J. Lee2, N. Y. Park2, 1Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Youngin, Korea, 2Storage Lab., SAIT, Suwon, Korea


11:45 AM

DB 11 PERPENDICULAR ANISOTROPY IN Fe-Pt THIN FILMS DOPED WITH Ag

Nguyen Phu Thuy, International Training Institute for Materials Science (ITIMS), DHBK, Hanoi, Vietnam

DC

SYMPOSIUM

Soft Nanocrystalline Materials and GMI


Manuel Vazquez

ICMM, CSIC, Madrid


Wednesday

9:00 AM Room A

9:00 AM

DC 01 Magnetic properties of partially devitrified metallic glasses [invited]

H K Lachowicz1, K Zaveta2,3, A Slawska- Waniewska1, 1Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences and College of Science, Warsaw, Poland, 2 Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic, Prague 6, Czech Republic, 3 Joint Laboratory for Mössbauer Spectroscopy, Charles University, Prague 8. Czech Republic


9:30 AM

DC 02 The Thermal, Magnetic, and Structural Characterization of the Crystallization Kinetics of Amorphous Soft Magnetic Materials [invited]

A C Hsiao, L’Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan, France, and Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

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