Berlin 2018 – wissenschaftliches Programm
AKjDPG 3: PhD Symposium: Ultrafast spin-lattice interactions (joint session MA/AKjDPG)
Dienstag, 13. März 2018, 09:30–13:15, H 1012
The immensely fascinating field of magnetism research has branched into many lively communities such as spintronics, ultrafast demagnetization, all-optical switching, multiferroic materials, domain walls, magnetic textures and spin caloritronics just to mention a few. All of these hot research topics share that the relevant interacting magnetic moments are arranged within the framework of an atomic lattice which itself interacts with the spin system. The lattice thus does not only influence the geometrical arrangement of the magnetic moments but also serves as a major bath for energy, entropy and most importantly also angular momentum transfer within the studied systems. The symposium aims at exchanging ideas and at fostering the discussion about the effects of the spin- lattice interaction among various areas of magnetism research. We highly welcome contributions that explain basic mechanisms and results of the spin-lattice interaction from all communities. Spin-lattice interaction can be considered as one of the prototypical coupling mechanisms within correlated materials and the condensed matter research in general. It is a very timely topic as many applications in future information technology such as spintronic-devices, heat assisted magnetic recording, implementations of the Spin-Seebeck, all-optical magnetization switching greatly benefit from an understanding of this basic effect.
Organized by: Alexander von Reppert (U. Potsdam), Vivek Unikandanunni, (U. Stockholm), Kumar Neeraj, (U. Stockholm), Neha Jha (U. Greifswald), Tobias Wimmer, (Walther Meißner Institute München), Kamil Bobowski (FU Berlin), Markus Gleich (FU Berlin).
|09:30||Introduction by the organizers|
|09:35||AKjDPG 3.1||Hauptvortrag: Understanding spin and lattice interactions at ultrafast timescales — •Peter M. Oppeneer|
|10:20||5 minutes break|
|10:25||AKjDPG 3.2||Magnetic and Structural Dynamics in Antiferromagnetically Coupled Fe/Cr Superlattices — •Daniel Schick, Daniel Bürgler, Niko Pontius, Stefan Eisebitt, and Christian Schüßler-Langeheine|
|10:40||AKjDPG 3.3||Hauptvortrag: Spin-Lattice coupling in ultrafast magnetization dynamics — •Bert Koopmans|
|11:10||15 minutes break|
|11:25||AKjDPG 3.4||Hauptvortrag: The role of spin-lattice interaction in optical control of magnetism — •Alexey Kimel|
|11:55||AKjDPG 3.5||Structural dynamics during laser-induced ultrafast demagnetization — •Emmanuelle Jal, Victor Lopez-Flores, Niko Pontius, Tom Ferte, Christine Boeglin, Boris Vodungbo, Jan Lüning, and Nicolas Jaouen|
|12:10||5 minutes break|
|12:15||AKjDPG 3.6||Hauptvortrag: Driving magnetization precession by dynamical compressive and shear strain in a low-symmetry metallic film — •Alexandra M. Kalashnikova, Tetiana L. Linnik, Vladimir N. Kats, Jasmin Jaeger, Alexey S. Salasyuk, Dmitri R. Yakovlev, Andrew W. Rushforth, Andrey V. Akimov, Manfred Bayer, and Alexey V. Scherbakov|
|12:45||AKjDPG 3.7||Hauptvortrag: Ultrafast Thermal Transport in Magnetic Heterostructures — •Richard Wilson, Michael Gomez, Jon Gorchon, Yang Yang, Charles-Henri Lambert, Sayeef Salahuddin, and Jeff Bokor|