Tt tutorial Symposium: Recent Advances in Nanomagnetism




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DQ 17 WITHDRAWN


DQ 18 IMPROVEMENT OF THE SOFT MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF Fe-BASED GLASSY ALLOYS WITH A LARGE SUPERCOOLED-LIQUID REGION

Nebojsa S. Mitrovic, Stefan Roth, Jürgen Eckert, Technical Faculty Cacak, Cacak, Yugoslavia

DR

Thin Films


Paul Fumagalli

Federal University, Berlin


Wednesday

8:15 AM

DR 01 TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF NICKEL NITRIDE FILMS

Laurent Ranno1, J Janisek2, J. Vais2, L. Dittrichova2, J. Spousta2, T. Sikola2, 1Laboratoire Louis Neel, Grenoble, France, 2Institute of Physical Engineering, FSI VUT, Brno, Czech Rep.


DR 02 SURFACE RECONSTRUCTION AND INDUCED ANISOTROPY IN (001) Ni FILMS

Rosa Alejandra Lukaszew1, Zhengdong Zhang1, Vladimir

Alexandru Stoica2, Roy Clarke3, 1Physics and Astronomy Department, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, 2Applied Physics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 3Physics Department, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI


DR 03 REORIENTATION TRANSITION IN ULTRATHIN ALLOY FILMS

Frank Oliver Schumann, FU Berlin, Arnimallee 14, Berlin, Germany


DR 04 SHEAR INSTABILITY IN ULTRATHIN Fe/Cu(100) FILMS

Daniel Spisak, Juergen Hafner, Inst. fuer Materialphysik, Universitaet Wien, Austria


DR 05 MAGNETIC ANISOTROPY OF THIN Ni(001) FILMS: COMPARISON BETWEEN STATIC AND DYNAMIC TECHNIQUES

Gianluca Gubbiotti1, Giovanni Carlotti2, M. Ciria3, R. C. O'Handley4, 1INFM, Unità di Perugia, 2Dipartimento di Fisica, Via A. Pascoli, Perugia, Italy, 3Departamento de Fisica, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain, 4MIT, Cambridge MA


DR 06 THEORY OF INDUCED UNIAXIAL ANISOTROPY IN THIN MAGNETIC FILMS

Alexej N. Bogdanov, Ulrich K. Rossler, Karl-Hartmut Muller, IFW Dresden, Germany


DR 07 INTERFACE MAGNETISM IN EPITAXIAL Fe/InAs HETEROSTRUCTURES

Yongbing Xu1, Jing Wu2, Shu Wang1, Marina Tselepi3, Tony Bland3, G van der Laan4, 1Department of Electronics, University of York, 2Dept of Physics, University of York, York, UK, 3Cavendish Lab, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 4Daresbury Lab., Warrington, UK


DR 08 MAGNETIC AND STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF (Co-Ni)3 Pt ALLOY THIN FILMS

Georg Lauhoff, Takao Suzuki, Andrei Toporov, ISML, Toyota Technological Institute, Nagoya, Japan


DR 09 WITHDRAWN


DR 10 MICROSTRUCTURE AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF HEXAGONAL Ba-FERRITE THIN FILMS WITH VARIOUS UNDERLAYERS

Dong Hyoun Kim, Research of Magnetic Recording Media, Chunchon, Korea


DR 11 DEPOSITION OF HARD MAGNETIC Re-Fe-B THIN FILMS BY magnetisation SPUTTERING

L. Castaldi1,2, M.R.J. Gibbs2, H.A. Davies1, 1Department of Engineering Materials, 2Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Sheffield, UK


DR 12 WITHDRAWN


DR 13 PREPARATION OF NiFe2O4 THIN FILMS BY A NEW ROUTE SOL-GEL

Marcelo Andrade Macêdo, Universidade Federal de Sergipe, São Cristóvão, Brazil


DR 14 ELECTROMIGRATION OF MAGNETIC THIN FILMS FOR PREDICTING ELECTRICAL-FAILURE LIFETIME OF GMR READ HEADS

Seongtae Bae1, I-Fei Tsu2, Marshall Davis2, Edward S.

Murdock2, Jack H. Judy1, 1MINT, University of Minnesota, 2Seagate Technology, LLC, Minneapolis, MN


DR 15 THE MAGNETIC CIRCULAR DICHROISM IN ANGULAR DEPENDENCE STUDY OF Tb(0001) FILMS

Orhan Zeybek, Balikesir University, Balikesir, Turkey

DS

SYMPOSIUM

Magneto-optic and Magneto-caloric Effects


Chairman still to be appointed


Wednesday

8:15 AM

DS 01 OPTICAL INTERACTION WITH SPIN WAVES AT TURNING POINT

Makoto Tsutsumi1, Tetsuya Ueda2, Vishnu Priye2, Hitoshi Shimasaki2, 1Fukui University of Technology, Fukui, Japan, 2Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto, Japan


DS 02 MAGNETO-OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF DMS CdMnCoTe FILMS

Masaaki Imamura1, Jin-Yong Ahn1, Kazuo Takashima2,

Satoru Inoue2, 1Fukuoka Inst. of Tech., Fukuoka, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Amagasaki, Japan


DS 03 Bi-YIG NANOPARTICLE AND PLASTIC HYBRIDIZED

MAGNETO-OPTICAL MATERIAL

Tae-Youb Kim1,3, Teruyoshi Hirano2, Yoshitaka Kitamoto3, Tetsuya Hasegawa3, Hideomi Koinuma3, Yohtaro Yamazaki3, 1National Institute for Materials Science, Namiki, Tsukuba, Japan, 2Toppan Printing, Sugito, Saitama, Japan, 3Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama, Japan


DS 04 MAGNETO-OPTICAL SWITCH BASED ON ORTHOFERRITE

Yuri S. Didosyan1, Hans Hauser1, Georg A. Reider2, 1Vienna University of Technology, IEMW, 2 Photonics Institute, Wien, Austria


DS 05 PROPERTIES OF ONE-DIMENSIONAL MAGNETOPHOTONIC CRYSTALS

Hideki Kato1, Takeshi Matsushita1, Akio Takayama1, Motoji Egawa1, Mitsuteru Inoue2, 1R&D Center, Minebea Co Ltd., Iwata-gun, Shizuoka, Japan, 2Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan


DS 06 ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETOTRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF CANTED ANTIFERROMAGNET Dy5Si2Ge2

V Sankaranarayanan1, K Sethupathi1, Alex V Morozkin2, Zili Chu3, W B Yelon4, S K Malik5, V Prasad6, S V Subramanyam6, 1Department of Physics, IITMadras, Chennai India, 2Department of Chemistry, Moscow State University, Russia, 3Physics, University of Missouri-Columbia, USA, 4Center of Materials Research, Univ. of Missouri-Rolla, USA, 5Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai India, 6Dept. of Physics, Bangalore India


DS 07 THE MAGNETOCALORIC EFFECT IN Gd7Pd3 AND

Gd7Pd3-xNix COMPOUNDS

Fabio Canepa, Myrta Napoletano, Salvino Cirafici, Franco Merlo, INFM-Dip. Chimica, Genova, Italy


DS 08 THERMAL EXPANSION OF SINGLE CRYSTAL Gd5(Si2Ge2) SHOWING UNUSUAL FIRST-ORDER TRANSFORMATION

Mangui Han, Jason A Paulsen, John E Snyder, David C Jiles, Ames Laboratory, USDoE and Dept. of MSE, Iowa State University, Ames, IA


DT

Measurement and Instrumentation


Ruediger Berger

IBM Germany


Wednesday

8:15 AM

DT 01 MAGNETOSTRICTION MEASUREMENT UNDER NON-UNIFORM TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION IN 3% Si-Fe ANISOTROPIC SHEET

Yasuo Okazaki1, Hironari Niwa1, Shinji Yanase1, Yoshihiro Tani2, 1Gifu Univ. Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Amagasaki, Japan


DT 02 AN ESTIMATE FOR THE VOLUME-AVERAGE MEAN-SQUARE DEMAGNETIZING FIELD USING MICROMAGNETICS AND SMALL-ANGLE NEUTRON SCATTERING

Andreas Michels, Uni Saarbruecken, Germany


DT 03 CRYSTALLIZATION STUDY DURING DC JOULE HEATING IN AMORPHOUS RIBBONS

Carlos Morón Fernández, Alfonso García García, Francisco Maganto Suárez, E.U. Informática (U.P.M.), Madrid, Spain


DT 04 ABSOLUTE MEASUREMENTS OF THE AC SUSCEPTIBILITY OF CYLINDRICAL SAMPLES OF ARBITRARY ASPECT RATIO: SCALING OF THE EXTERNAL SUSCEPTIBILITY

W.A.C. Passos, R. de Andrade Jr., C.C. de Faria and W.A. Ortiz, Departamento de Física, Centro Multidisciplinar para o Desenvolvimento de Materiais Cerâmicos, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil


DT 05 A PULSED FIELD MAGNTOMETER FOR LOCAL MAGNETIZATION MEASUREMENTS.

Roland Grössinger, E-131, Techn. Univ. Vienna, Austria


DT 06 A PULSED FIELD MAGNETOMETER FOR INDUSTRIAL USE.

Robin Nathan Cornelius1, Paul Knell1, John Dudding1, Roland Grossinger2, Alfred Wimmer2, Michael Taraba2, David Edwards3, Beatrix Mahlke4, Wilhelm Fernengel5, 1Hirst Magnetics Ltd., Tregoniggie, Falmouth, UK, 2TU Wien, Vienna, Austria, 3Mecelec Developments Ltd, Gloucester, UK, 4Magnetfabrik Schramberg, Schramberg-Sulgen, Germany, 5Vacuumschmelze GmbH Hanau, Germany


DT 07 MAGNETIC FIELD FLUCTUATIONS DUE TO MOVEMENT OF OBJECTS COMPOSED OF MAGNETIC MATERIALS

Keita Yamazaki1, Koji Fujiwara2, Norio Takahashi2, 1Takenaka Corp., Inzai, Chiba, Japan, 2Dpt. E.E., Okayama Univ. Okayama, Japan


DT 08 MAGNETIC FIELD FLUCTUATIONS DUE TO AUTOMOBILE MOVEMENT

Kiyotaka Kamata1, Kazutomo Yunokuchi2, Keita Yamazaki3, Kazuo Kato3, Koichiro Kobayashi4, Akira Haga5, 1Kagoshima National College of Tech., Electronics Control Eng, 2Kagoshima Univ., Japan, 3Takenaka Corp., Chiba, Japan, 4Tokyo Denki Univ., Applied Superconductivity Res. Lab., 5Tohoku Gakuin Univ., Tagajo, Miyagi, Japan


DT 09 PREDICTION OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD BELOW AN AXIS-SYMETRICAL PLANAR SENSOR ARRAY WITH A MAGNETIC SOURCE LOCATED ABOVE THE MEASUREMENT

Rungkiet Kamondetdacha, Alexander V. Kildishev, John A. Nyenhuis, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN


DT 10 MULTIPOLE IMAGING OF AN ELONGATED MAGNETIC SOURCE BY A CYLINDRICAL SENSOR ARRAY

Alexander V. Kildishev1, John A. Nyenhuis1, Michael A.

Morgan2, 1Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA


DT 11 OPTIMAL SENSOR PLACEMENT FOR MAGNETIC SIGNATURE PREDICTION

Michael A. Morgan1, Stacey W. Yopp1, Alexander V.

Kildishev2, 1Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, 2Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN


DT 12 EFFECTS OF ASYMMETRY IN FAR FIELDS OF PERMANET MAGNET MOTORS

Sheppard Salon1, O-Mun Kwon1, Kiruba Sivasubramaniam2, 1Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, 2The Electronic Systems Laboratory, GE-CRD, Niskayuna, NY


DT 13 OPTIMAL DESIGN OF INTERIOR TYPE PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS BASED ON MAGNETIC EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT NETWORK METHOD

Kwang-Ho Lee, Kyung-Ho Kim, Dong-A University, Electrical Engineering, Korea

DU

Imaging


R. D. Gomez

University of Maryland


Wednesday

8:15 AM

DU 01 PATTERNED-ELECTRON-BEAM MAGNETIC TOMOGRAPHY TECHNIQUE FOR OBSERVING A MAGNETIC FIELD DISTRIBUTION GENERATED BY A MAGNETIZED MATERIAL

Hiroshi Suzuki, Tomokazu Shimakura, Kimio Nakamura, Central Res. Lab., Hitachi, Ltd., Kokubunji, Tokyo, Japan


DU 02 MFM STUDY OF MAGNETIC BIT PATTERNS OF DIFFERENT DIMENSIONS

Dan You1, Zhiyong Liu1, Zaibing Guo1, Yihong Wu2, 1Data Storage Institute, Singapore, 2Department of Electrical and

Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore


DU 03 Development of high-resolution MFM-tips

Astrid N Mueller1, Uwe Hartmann1, Thomas Sulzbach2, Paul M Dodd3, Michael R. Koblischka1, 1University of the Saarland, Germany, 2Nanosensors, Germany, 3Seagate Technology, Ireland, Londonderry, Northern Ireland


DU 04 MAGNETIC FORCE MICROSCOPY STUDY OF THE THERMAL STABILITY OF PERPENDICULAR MAGNETIC RECORDING

Erik Björn Svedberg, Dmitri Litvinov, Sakhrat Khizroev, Seagate Research, Pittsburgh, PA


DU 05 A NOVEL TEST SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATED SURFACE CHARACTERIZATION OF PERFORMANCE RELEVANT DEFECTS

Ruediger Berger, Andreas Dietzel, IBM Germany, Mainz, Germany


DU 06 MAGNETIZATION EVOLUTION IN MICROSTRUCTURED PERMALLOY ELLIPSES

J.C. Wu1, W.Z. Shieh1, Ching-Ray Chang2, Zung-Hang Wei2, Nickolai A. Usov3, 1Physics, Nat'l Changhua Univ. of Ed., Changhua, Taiwan, 2Department of Physics, National Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan, 3Troitsk Institute, Moscow, Russia


DU 07 RT-SHPM IMAGING OF PERMALLOY MICROSTRUCTURES AND GARNET FILMS USING NEW HIGH PERFORMANCE InSb SENSORS

Ahmet Oral1, Murat Kaval1, Munir Dede1, Adarsh Sandhu2, 1Bilkent University, Physics Department, Ankara, Turkey, 2Tokai University, Electrical Engineering Department, Japan


DU 08 SUB-MICRON SCALE MOKE MEASUREMENT SYSTEM

Antonio Domingues dos Santos1, Marcelo S. Lancarotte1, Jeroen Schoenmaker1, Yves Souche2, Leonardo N. Nóbrega1, 1Instituto de Física da Univerdidade de São Paulo, 2Laboratoire Louis Néel-CNRS, Grenoble, France


DU 09 ON-LINE EVALUATION OF ELECTRICAL STEEL STRUCTURE AND QUALITY

Slawomir Tumanski, Artur Liszka, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland


DU 10 A STUDY OF THE INITIAL MAGNETISATION AND DEMAGNETISATION BEHAVIOUR OF Nd-Fe-B SINTERED MAGNETS BY A MAGNETIC FIELD MAPPING SYSTEM

Andrew J Williams2, Jessica K Hole1, D Geraint R Jones1, Rex Harris2, 1Redcliffe Magtronics Ltd., Brislington, Bristol, UK, 2University of Birmingham, Institute of Metallurgy and Materials, UK


DU 11 THE TWO-DIMENSIONAL MAGNETIC PROPERTY ON THE SPECIAL SINGLE-PHASE TRANSFORMER CORE

Hiroyasu Shimoji, Oita University, Japan

EA

Symposium

Magnetisation Dynamics: Excitations and Relaxation


Jacques Miltat

Universite Paris Sud


Burkard Hillebrands

University of Kaiserslautern


Wednesday

2:00 PM Auditorium

2:00 PM

EA 01 HIGH FREQUENCY RELAXATION PHENOMENA IN FERROMAGNETIC AND FERRIMAGNETIC SYSTEMS - PHYSICS AND PHENOMENOLOGY [invited]

C E Patton, Department of Physics, Colorado State University, Ft Collins, CO

2:30 PM

EA 02 MAGNETIC RELAXATIONS IN METALLIC FILMS, SINGLE AND MULTILAYER STRUCTURES [invited]

B. Heinrich, R. Urban, and G. Woltersdorf, Physics Department, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada
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