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Symposium MD9 : Magnetic MaterialsFrom Fundamentals to Applications

2016-03-28   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Elena A. Rozhkova, Argonne National Laboratory
Haifeng Ding, Nanjing University
Miguel Angel Garcia, Institute for Ceramic and Glass, CSIC
Carlos Rinaldi, University of Florida

Symposium Support

The Center for Nanoscale Materials – Argonne National Laboratory
MD9.1: Magnetic Materials—From Fundamentals to Applications I
Session Chairs
Dhirendra Bahadur
Elena A. Rozhkova
Monday PM, March 28, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 121 C

1:30 PM - *MD9.1.01
The Intricacies of the Transduction Mechanism in Giant Magnetoresistive Biosensors with Magnetic Nanoparticle Labels

Shan Wang 1,Jung-Rok Lee 1,Daniel J.B. Bechstein 1

1 Stanford University Stanford United States,

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2:00 PM - *MD9.1.02
Development of Magnetic Nanoparticles for Simultaneous Imaging and Therapy

Yuping Bao 1

1 Univ of Alabama Tuscaloosa United States,

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3:00 PM - MD9.1.03
In Vivo Tissue Targeted Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI)

Hamed Arami 2,Haydin Bradshaw 1,Eric Teeman 1,Alyssa Troska 1,Kannan Krishnan 1

1 Materials Science University of Washington Seattle United States,2 School of Medicine Stanford University Palo Alto United States,1 Materials Science University of Washington Seattle United States

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3:15 PM - MD9.1.04
Magnetoresistance, Electrically Detected Magnetic Resonance, and Spin-Transport in a Variety of Amorphous Semiconductor and Insulator Thin-Films

Michael Mutch 1,Patrick Lenahan 1

1 Pennsylvania State University University Park United States,

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3:30 PM - MD9.1.05
First-Principles Study of Magnetic Anisotropy in Cu-doped Nd-Fe-B Magnets

Yasutomi Tatetsu 1,Shinji Tsuneyuki 3,Yoshihiro Gohda 2

1 ESICMM, The University of Tokyo Tokyo Japan,1 ESICMM, The University of Tokyo Tokyo Japan,3 The Institute for Solid State Physics Kashiwa Japan1 ESICMM, The University of Tokyo Tokyo Japan,2 Materials Science and Engineering Tokyo Institute of Technology Yokohama Japan

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2016-03-29   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Elena A. Rozhkova, Argonne National Laboratory
Haifeng Ding, Nanjing University
Miguel Angel Garcia, Institute for Ceramic and Glass, CSIC
Carlos Rinaldi, University of Florida

Symposium Support

The Center for Nanoscale Materials – Argonne National Laboratory
MD9.2: Magnetic Materials—From Fundamentals to Applications II
Session Chairs
Gerrit Bauer
Di Wu
Tuesday PM, March 29, 2016
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 B

1:30 PM - *MD9.2.01
Spin(calori)tronics with Magnetic Insulators

Gerrit Bauer 2

1 Tohoku University Sendai Japan,2 Kavli Institute of NanoScience Delft University of Technology Delft Netherlands,

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2:00 PM - MD9.2.02
Coalescence Driven Magnetic Order of an Uncompensated Dilute Antiferromagnetic Oxide

Verena Ney 1,Bastian Henne 1,Katharina Ollefs 2,Fabrice Wilhelm 2,Andrei Rogalev 2,Andras Kovac 3,Andreas Ney 1

1 Johannes Kepler University Linz Austria,2 ESRF Grenoble France3 Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH Juelich Germany

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2:15 PM - MD9.2.03
Interplay of Anisotropy, Strain and Microstructure in α″-Fe16N2 Bulk Magnet

Md Mehedi 1,Yanfeng Jiang 2,Matteo Cococcioni 1,Jian-Ping Wang 2

1 Chemical Engineering and Materials Science University of Minnesota Minneapolis United States,2 Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Minnesota Minneapolis United States

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2:30 PM - MD9.2.04
Antiferromagnetism in RuO2

Paul Snijders 2,Tom Berlijn 1,Paul Kent 1,Thomas Maier 1,Haidong Zhou 2,Huibo Cao 1,Olivier Delaire 1,Yang Wang 1,Hanno Weitering 1,Michael Koehler 3

1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge United States,2 Dept. of Physics and Astronomy University of Tennessee Knoxville United States,1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge United States2 Dept. of Physics and Astronomy University of Tennessee Knoxville United States2 Dept. of Physics and Astronomy University of Tennessee Knoxville United States,1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge United States3 Dept of Materials Science and Engineering University of Tennessee Knoxville United States

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3:15 PM - *MD9.2.05
Graphene as a Spin Tunnel Barrier in MTJs and Silicon

Berend Jonker 1

1 Naval Research Laboratory Washington United States,

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3:45 PM - MD9.2.06
PT Symmetry-Breaking in Non-Equilibrium Magnetic Systems

Alexey Galda 1,Valerii Vinokur 1

1 Argonne National Laboratory Lemont United States,

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4:00 PM - *MD9.2.07
Exchange-Dominated Pure Spin Current Transport in Alq3 Molecules

Di Wu 1

1 Department of Physics Nanjing University Nanjing China,

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4:30 PM - MD9.2.08
Spin-Orbit Torque Induced Reversible Coercivity Change in Co/Pd Multilayer Thin Films

Sandeep Kumar 1

1 Univ of California-Riverside Riverside United States,

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4:45 PM - MD9.2.09
Thermal Dependence of Helicity Independent All-Optical Switching

Richard Wilson 1,Jon Gorchon 1,Yang Yang 1,Jun-Yang Chen 3,Li He 3,Mo Li 3,Jeff Bokor 2

1 Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California Berkeley Berkeley United States,2 Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Berkeley United States,1 Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California Berkeley Berkeley United States3 University of Minnesota Minneapolis United States1 Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California Berkeley Berkeley United States,2 Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Berkeley United States

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MD9.3: Poster Session: Magnetic Materials—From Fundamentals to Applications
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Tuesday PM, March 29, 2016
Sheraton, Third Level, Phoenix Ballroom

8:00 PM - MD9.3.01
Effect of Heat Treatment and Average Crystallite Size on MnBi Magnetic Behavior

Alfredo Carranco 1,Carlos Rodriguez 2,Maricruz Rocha 2,Jose Elizalde Galindo 1

1 Physics and Mathematics Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez Juarez Mexico,2 Universidad Tecnologica de Ciudad Juarez Juarez Mexico

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.02
Inducing Coercivity in Coherently Strained [Fe-Co/Au-Cu]n Multilayers

Georgios Giannopoulos 1,Ruslan Salikhov 2,Ludwig Reichel 3,Imran Khan 5,Anastasios Markou 4,Ioannis Panagiotopoulos 6,Michael Farle 7,Sebastian Faehler 8,J Hong 9,Vasilis Psycharis 10,Dimitrios Niarchos 11

1 NCSR Demokritos Greece Athens Greece,2 Fakultät für Physik and Center for Nanointegration (CeNIDE) Duisburg Germany3 IFW Dresden Dresden Germany5 Pukyong National University Busan Korea (the Republic of)4 University of Ioannina Ioannina Greece6 University of Ioannina Ioannina Greece7 Fakultät für Physik and Center for Nanointegration (CeNIDE) Duisburg Germany8 IFW Dresden Dresden Germany9 Pukyong National University Busan Korea (the Republic of)10 NCSR Demokritos Greece Athens Greece11 NCSR Demokritos Greece Athens Greece

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.03
Increase of Magnetic Sensitivity of Magnetically Controlled Mems Switches

Sergey Karabanov 1,Dmitriy Suvorov 1,Gennadiy Gololobov 1,Dmitriy Tarabrin 1,Evgeniy Slivkin 1

1 Ryazan State Radio Engineering University Ryazan Russian Federation,

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.04
Structural, Magnetic Properties and Mossbauer Analysis of Dy2Fe17-(x+y) Nbx Siy (x= 0, 0.25,0.50 and y =0, 1, 2, 3) Prepared by Arc-Melting

Hitesh Adhikari 1,Dipesh Neupane 1,Syed Ali 2,Sanjay R Mishra 1

1 Univ of Memphis Memphis United States,2 Department of Science John Tyler High School Tyler United States

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.05
Effect of Boron Addition on Magnetic Domain Structure of Rapidly Quenched Zr2Co11-Based Nanomaterials

Lanping Yue 1,Yunlong Jin 2,David Sellmyer 2

1 Nebraska Center of Materials and Nanoscience University of Nebraska Lincoln United States,1 Nebraska Center of Materials and Nanoscience University of Nebraska Lincoln United States,2 Department of Physics and Astronomy University of Nebraska Lincoln United States

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.06
A Flexible Magnetically Responsive Film for Remote Manipulation of Droplets

Hangil Ko 1,Hoon E. Jeong 1

1 UNIST Ulsan Korea (the Republic of),

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.07
Anisotropic Magnetoresistance Effects in Fe, Co, Ni, Fe4N, and Half-Metallic Ferromagnet: Systematic Analysis and Intuitive Explanation

Satoshi Kokado 1,Takuya Ito 1,Ryutaro Wada 1,Masakiyo Tsunoda 2

1 Graduate School of Integrated Science and Technology Shizuoka Univ Hamamatsu Japan,2 Graduate School of Engineering Tohoku University Sendai Japan

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.08
Characterization of (Ferromagnetic)/(Normal Metal or Insulator) Multilayer Thin Films

Sandeep Kumar 1,Paul Lou 1

1 Univ of California-Riverside Riverside United States,

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.09
Au@CoFe2O4 Yolk-Shell Nanoparticles: An Efficient MRI Contrast Agent, Magneto-Hyperthermal and Drug-Delivery Armada for Cancer Theranostics

Ravichandran Manisekaran 1,Goldie Oza 1,Velumani S 1

1 Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Mexico City Mexico,

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.10
Surfactant Assisted Synthesis of Single Phase BiFeO3: Structural, Magnetic and Mossbauer Study

Dipesh Neupane 1,Sanjay R Mishra 1,Lijia Wang 1

1 Univ of Memphis Memphis United States,

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.11
Geometrical Confinment and Spin Vortex Resonance

Valentine Novosad 1

1 Argonne Nat'l Lab Lemont United States,

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.12
Room-Temperature Ferromagnetism in Co-Implanted MoS2 Single Crystals

Li-Ting Tseng 1,Sean Li 1,Jiabao Yi 1

1 School of Materials Science and Engineering University of New South Wales UNSW Sydney Australia,

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.13
Electronic and Magnetic Properties of Co Doped Monolayer MoS2: A First-Principles Study

Yiren Wang 1,Sean Li 1,Jiabao Yi 1

1 UNSW Kensington Australia,

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.14
Electrospun Magnetic Iron/Polyaniline Nanofibers for Application in Magnetic Hyperthermia Therapy

Shu-Chian Yang 1,Su-Hua Chang 1,Ta-I Yang 1

1 Chung Yuan Christian Univ Chung Li Taiwan,

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.15
Study of Co Additive on Magnetic Property of Mn-Zn Ferrites and Related Thin Layer Formation by Thermal Spray Coating and Its Properties for Megahertz Frequency Range for Wireless Power Transfer Applications

Myong Jae Yoo 1

1 KETI Seongnam Korea (the Republic of),

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8:00 PM - MD9.3.16
Synthesis and Study of Magnetic Properties of Hard-Soft SrFe12-xAlxO19/Ni0.5Zn0.5Fe2O4 Ferrite Nanocomposites

Dipesh Neupane 1,Abdellah Lisfi 2,Sanjay R Mishra 1

1 Univ of Memphis Memphis United States,2 Department of Physics Morgan State University Baltimore United States

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2016-03-30   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Elena A. Rozhkova, Argonne National Laboratory
Haifeng Ding, Nanjing University
Miguel Angel Garcia, Institute for Ceramic and Glass, CSIC
Carlos Rinaldi, University of Florida

Symposium Support

The Center for Nanoscale Materials – Argonne National Laboratory
MD9.4: Magnetic Materials—From Fundamentals to Applications III
Session Chairs
Yuping Bao
Shouheng Sun
Wednesday AM, March 30, 2016
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 B

8:45 AM - *MD9.4.01
Synthesis and Assembly of Barium-doped Iron Oxide Nanoparticles and Nanomagnets

Shouheng Sun 1

1 Brown Univ Providence United States,

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9:15 AM - MD9.4.03
Atomic Scale Structure and Properties of Highly Stable Antiphase Boundary Defects in Fe3O4

Keith McKenna 1,Zhongchang Wang 3,Vlado Lazarov 1,Yuichi Ikuhara 3

1 University of York York United Kingdom,3 WPI-AIMR Tohoku University Sendai Japan2 University of Tokyo Tokyo Japan,3 WPI-AIMR Tohoku University Sendai Japan

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MD9.4.02 moved MD9.3.16

9:30 AM - MD9.4.04
Strain Effect in Epitaxial FePt Films on Different Single Crystal Substrates

Sung Hun Wee 1,Sebastian Wicht 3,Shikha Jain 1,Olav Hellwig 1,Bernd Rellinghaus 2

1 HGST, a Western Digital Company San Jose United States,2 IFW Dresden, Institute for Metallic Materials Dresden Germany,3 TU Dresden, Insitut für Werkstoffwissenschaft Dresden Germany2 IFW Dresden, Institute for Metallic Materials Dresden Germany

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9:45 AM - MD9.4.05
Exchange-Coupled Ferromagnetism in Co0.4Pt0.6 Nanochessboards: Role of Lengthscales and Morphology

Eric Vetter 1,Priya Ghatwai 1,William Soffa 1,Jerrold Floro 1

1 Materials Science and Engineering University of Virginia Charlottesville United States,

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10:30 AM - MD9.4.06
Fine-Tuning the Magnetic Properties of Cobalt Ferrite Thin Films by Controlling the Nanoscale Architecture

Shauna Robbennolt 1,Abraham Buditama 1,Hyeyeon Kang 1,Paul Nordeen 1,Laura Schelhas 2,Gregory Carman 1,Sarah Tolbert 1

1 UCLA Los Angeles United States,2 SSRL Palo Alto United States

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10:45 AM - MD9.4.07
Magnetic Tunnel Junctions from Alkanethiol Self Assembled Monolayers

Sophie Delprat 4,Marta Galbiati 4,Michele Mattera 3,Sergio Tatay Aguilar 3,Samuel Manas Valero 3,Alicia Forment Aliaga 3,Cyrile Deranlot 4,Sophie Collin 4,Karim Bouzehouane 4,Pierre Seneor 4,Richard Mattana 4,Frederic Petroff 4

1 Unité Mixte de physique CNRS-Thales Palaiseau France,2 Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris France,4 Université Paris Sud Orsay France,1 Unité Mixte de physique CNRS-Thales Palaiseau France,3 Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (Universitat de Valencia) Paterna Spain,4 Université Paris Sud Orsay France3 Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (Universitat de Valencia) Paterna Spain1 Unité Mixte de physique CNRS-Thales Palaiseau France,4 Université Paris Sud Orsay France

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11:00 AM - MD9.4.08
Longitudinal Domain Wall Formation in Elongated Nanoparticle Assemblies

Miriam Varon 1,Marco Beleggia 2,Jelena Jordanovic 1,Jakob Schiotz 1,Takeshi Kasama 3,Victor Puntes 6,Cathrine Frandsen 1

1 Department of Physics Technical University of Denmark Kgs. Lyngby Denmark,3 Center for Electron Nanoscopy Technical University of Denmark Kgs. Lyngby Denmark,2 Helmholtz-Zentrum-Berlin fuer Materialen und Energie Berlin Germany3 Center for Electron Nanoscopy Technical University of Denmark Kgs. Lyngby Denmark4 Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Bellaterra Spain,5 Vall d’Hebron Institut de Recerca (VHIR) Barcelona Spain,6 Institut Català de Recerca i Estudis Avançats (ICREA) Barcelona Spain

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11:15 AM - MD9.4.09
Structural and Magnetic Properties of YIG/ZnO Multilayers Grown by PLD

Joynarayan Mukherjee 1,Ramachandra Rao 1

1 IIT Madras Chennai India,

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11:30 AM - MD9.4.10
Morphology Control and Associated Magnetic Properties of Metal/Carbon Hybrid Electrospun Nanofibers for Flexible EMI-Shielding Layer

Jiwoo Yu 1,Dae-Hyun Nam 1,Young-Joo Lee 1,Young-Chang Joo 1

1 Seoul National Univ Seoul Korea (the Republic of),

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MD9.5: Magnetic Materials—From Fundamentals to Applications IV
Session Chairs
Tetsuya Nakamura
Wednesday PM, March 30, 2016
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 B

1:30 PM - *MD9.5.01
Novel Magnetic Materials in the Spotlight of Polarized X-Rays

Peter Fischer 2

1 Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Berkeley United States,2 Physics Department University of California Santa Cruz United States,

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2:00 PM - MD9.5.02
Nanoscale Magnetization Dynamics Studied by a Combination of Scanning Transmission X-Ray Microscopy and X-Ray Detected Ferromagnetic Resonance

Andreas Ney 1,Ralf Meckenstock 2,Detlef Spoddig 2,Katharina Ollefs 2,Christian Schoeppner 2,Taddaeus Schaffers 1,Stefano Bonetti 3,Hendrik Ohldag 3

1 Johannes Kepler Univ-Linz Linz Austria,2 University of Duisburg-Essen Duisburg Germany3 Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lab Menlo Park United States

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2:15 PM - MD9.5.03
“Superdiamagnetism” in Materials with Coexisting Ferromagnetic and Antiferromagnetic Interactions

Mona Jani 1,R.R. da Silva 1,B. Camargo 1,D. Pedreira 1,Y. Kopelevich 1

1 Instituto de Física “Gleb Wataghin”, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP) Campinas Brazil,

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2:30 PM - MD9.5.04
Fe-Cr: Magnetic Properties and Crystal Structure under High Pressure

Itzhak Halevy 1,Amir Broide 1,Silvie Maskova 2,Matthew Lucas 3

1 NRCN Beer Sheva Israel,2 Charles University in Prague Prague Czech Republic3 Caltech Pasadena United States

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3:15 PM - *MD9.5.05
Synchrotron Radiation Analysis of Nd-Fe-B Sintered Magnet

Tetsuya Nakamura 2

1 JASRI / SPring-8 Sayo, Hyogo Japan,2 ESICMM/ NIMS Tsukuba Japan,

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3:45 PM - MD9.5.06
Domain Wall Manipulation in Cylindrical Nanowires

Iurii Ivanov 1,Andrey Chuvilin 2,Jurgen Kosel 1

1 KAUST Thuwal Saudi Arabia,2 EM Lab CIC nanoGUNE Consolider San Sebastian Spain

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4:00 PM - MD9.5.07
Structural and Magnetic Properties of Well-Ordered Inverted Core-Shell α-Cr2O3/α-MxCr2-xO3 (M=Co, Ni, Mn, Fe) Nanoparticles

Mohammad Delower Hossain 1,Sonal Dey 3,Robert Mayanovic 1,Mourad Benamara 2

1 Physics Astronomy and Materials Science Missouri State University Springfield United States,1 Physics Astronomy and Materials Science Missouri State University Springfield United States,3 Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering SUNY Polytechnic Institute Albany United States2 Nanoscale Material Science and Engineering University of Arkansas Fayetteville United States

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4:15 PM - MD9.5.08
Improving Hard Magnetic and Magnetocaloric Properties of Nanocrystalline R-Fe-M (R=Sm,Pr M=Ga,Si)

Lotfi Bessais 1,Rim Guetari 1,Karim Zehani 1,Jacques Moscovici 1,Najeh Mliki 2

1 ICMPE - CNRS-UPEC Thiais France,2 University of Tunis El Manar Tunis Tunisia

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2016-03-31   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Elena A. Rozhkova, Argonne National Laboratory
Haifeng Ding, Nanjing University
Miguel Angel Garcia, Institute for Ceramic and Glass, CSIC
Carlos Rinaldi, University of Florida
MD9.6: Magnetic Materials——From Fundamentals to Applications V
Session Chairs
Johan Akerman
Chia-ling Chien
Thursday AM, March 31, 2016
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 B

8:15 AM - *MD9.6.01
Dynamic Magnetic Solitons in Spin Torque and Spin Hall Nano-Oscillators

Johan Akerman 1

1 University of Gothenburg Gothenburg Sweden,

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8:45 AM - *MD9.6.02
Manipulating Room Temperature Magnetic Skyrmions

Axel Hoffmann 1

1 Argonne National Laboratory Lemont United States,

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9:15 AM - MD9.6.03
Spin Wave Beam Mediated Driven Synchronization of Nano-Contact Spin Torque Oscillators

Afshin Houshang 2,Philipp Duerrenfeld 1,Ezio Iacocca 1,Sohrab Sani 3,Johan Akerman 3,Randy Dumas 2

1 University of Gothenburg Gothenburg Sweden,2 NanOsc AB Kista Sweden,1 University of Gothenburg Gothenburg Sweden3 Royal Institute of Technology Kista Sweden1 University of Gothenburg Gothenburg Sweden,2 NanOsc AB Kista Sweden,3 Royal Institute of Technology Kista Sweden

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9:30 AM - MD9.6.04
Large Electric-Field Control of Perpendicular Magnetic Anisotropy in Strained [Co/Ni] / PZT Heterostructures

Daniel Gopman 1,Cindi Dennis 1,P. Chen 1,Yury Iunin 2,Robert Shull 1

1 NIST Gaithersburg United States,2 Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Solid State Physics Chernogolovka Russian Federation

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9:45 AM -
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10:15 AM - *MD9.6.05
Dynamic Control of Interacting Spin Vortices

Valentine Novosad 1

1 Argonne Nat'l Lab Lemont United States,

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10:45 AM - *MD9.6.06
Pure Spin Current Phenomena and Devices

Chia-ling Chien 1

1 Johns Hopkins Univ Baltimore United States,

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11:15 AM - *MD9.6.07
Interface-Driven Chiral Spin Textures in Ultrathin Magnetic Films

Geoffrey Beach 1

1 MIT Cambridge United States,

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11:45 AM - MD9.6.08
Current-Induced Rashba-Edelstein Field in Permalloy Interfaced with an Oxide

Satoru Emori 1,Tianxiang Nan 3,Amine Belkessam 2,Xinjun Wang 2,Alexei Matyushov 2,Christopher Babroski 2,Yuan Gao 2,Hwaider Lin 2,Nian Sun 2

2 Northeastern University Boston United States,1 Stanford University Stanford United States,2 Northeastern University Boston United States,3 University of Winsconsin-Madison Madison United States2 Northeastern University Boston United States

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MD9.7: Magnetic Materials—From Fundamentals to Applications VI
Session Chairs
Nora Dempsey
Carlos Rinaldi
Thursday PM, March 31, 2016
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 B

1:30 PM - *MD9.7.01
Biomedical Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles: Delivering Genes and Remote Control of Cells

Jon Dobson 1,Adam Monsalve 1

1 University of Florida Gainesville United States,

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2:00 PM - *MD9.7.02
Development of Micron-Scaled Magnetic Flux Sources for Biological and Medical Applications

Nora Dempsey 1

1 Institut NEEL - CNRS Grenoble France,

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2:30 PM - MD9.7.03
Magnetically Actuated Release of Pharmacological Compounds from Magnetic Nanoparticles for Neuronal Stimulation

Michael Christiansen 1,Gabriela Romero 1,Francisco Garcia Osorio 1,Ligia Barbosa 1,Polina Anikeeva 1

1 MIT Cambridge United States,

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3:15 PM - *MD9.7.04
Lipid Base Magnetic Nanohybrids for Dual Therapy for Cancer

Dhirendra Bahadur 1

1 Department of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay Mumbai India,

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3:45 PM - MD9.7.05
Core-Shell Paramagnetic Gadolinium–Doped Melanin@Silica Nanoparticles for Multimodal Image–Guided Cancer Therapy

Soojeong Cho 1,Wooram Park 1,Dong-Hyun Kim 2

1 Radiology Northwestern University Chicago United States,1 Radiology Northwestern University Chicago United States,2 Robert. H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center Chicago United States

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4:00 PM - MD9.7.06
Multifunctional Magnetic Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications

Manashi Nath 1

1 Missouri Samp;T Rolla United States,

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4:15 PM - MD9.7.07
Quasi 1D Nanoarray of Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles on Graphene Oxide Nanoribbons as a Promising MRI T2 Contrast Agent

Bibek Thapa 1,Daysi Diaz-Diestra 2,Juan Beltran-Huarac 1,Huadong Zen 4,Brad Weiner 2,Gerardo Morell 3

1 Physics University of Puerto Rico San Juan United States,2 Chemistry University of Puerto Rico San Juan United States4 University of Florida Gainesville United States3 Physics University of Puerto Rico San Juan United States

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2016-04-01   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Elena A. Rozhkova, Argonne National Laboratory
Haifeng Ding, Nanjing University
Miguel Angel Garcia, Institute for Ceramic and Glass, CSIC
Carlos Rinaldi, University of Florida

Symposium Support

The Center for Nanoscale Materials – Argonne National Laboratory
MD9.8: Magnetic Materials—From Fundamentals to Applications VII
Session Chairs
Yurii Ivanov
Friday AM, April 01, 2016
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 B

9:00 AM - *MD9.8.01
Progress towards Developing New Permanent Magnets

Laura Lewis 1

1 Northeastern Univ Boston United States,

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9:30 AM - MD9.8.02
Microstructure-Magnetic Property Correlations in Rare-Earth Free Permanent Magnet Alloy MnBiFe Synthesized Employing Melt Spinning

Nidhi Singh 1,Kritika Anand 1,Nithya Christopher 1,A.K. Srivastava 1,Ajay Dhar 1

1 CSIR-National Physical Laboratory New Delhi India,

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9:45 AM - MD9.8.03
Melt Spun Nanostructured α″-Fe16N2 Foils for RE-free- Permanent Magnets

Md Mehedi 1,Yanfeng Jiang 2,Jian-Ping Wang 1

1 Chemical Engineering and Materials Science University of Minnesota Minneapolis United States,2 Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Minnesota Minneapolis United States2 Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Minnesota Minneapolis United States,1 Chemical Engineering and Materials Science University of Minnesota Minneapolis United States

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10:30 AM - MD9.8.04
The Influence of Severe Plastic Deformation on Magnetic Properties of Ferromagnetic 4-f Elements: Tb and Dy

Sergey Taskaev 2,Konstantin Skokov 2,Vladimir Khovaylo 1,Dmitriy Karpenkov 1,Maxim Ulyanov 1,Dmitriy Bataev 1,Anatoliy Pellenen 3

1 Chelyabinsk State University Chelyabinsk Russian Federation,2 MISiS Moscow Russian Federation,2 MISiS Moscow Russian Federation,1 Chelyabinsk State University Chelyabinsk Russian Federation1 Chelyabinsk State University Chelyabinsk Russian Federation3 South Ural State University Chelyabinsk Russian Federation

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10:45 AM - MD9.8.05
Metglas/Polyvinylidene Fluoride Laminates for Magnetoelectric Energy Harvesting from Power Cords

Myung-Eun Song 1,Yongke Yan 1,Shashank Priya 1

1 Center for Energy Harvesting Materials and Systems Blacksburg United States,

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11:00 AM - MD9.8.06
The Origin of Magnetic Ordering in Sr3YCo4O10+x

Matthew Chisholm 1,Takayoshi Kishida 2,Myron Kapetanakis 1,Jiaqiang Yan 1,Brian C. Sales 1,Sokrates Pantelides 1,Stephen Pennycook 4

1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge United States,2 Asahi Kasei Corporation Shizuoka Japan3 Vanderbilt University Nashville United States,1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge United States4 National University of Singapore Singapore Singapore

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MD9.9: Magnetic Materials—From Fundamentals to Applications VIII
Session Chairs
Valentine Novosad
Di Wu
Friday PM, April 01, 2016
PCC West, 100 Level, Room 105 B

1:30 PM - *MD9.9.01
Improved Performance in Interface-Engineered Ferroelectric and Multiferroic Tunnel Junctions for Memory Applications

Di Wu 2

1 College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Nanjing University Nanjing China,2 National Lab. of Solid State Microstructures, Nanjing University Nanjing China,

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2:00 PM - MD9.9.03
Structural Order and Magnetism of Epitaxial La2MnNiO6 Thin Films

Timothy Droubay 1,Steven Spurgeon 1,Yingge Du 2,David Keavney 3,Arun Devaraj 2,Steve Heald 3,Peter Sushko 1,Torgny Gustafsson 4,Scott Chambers 1

1 Physical and Computational Sciences Directorate Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Richland United States,2 Environmental and Molecular Sciences Laboratory Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Richland United States3 Advanced Photon Source Argonne National Laboratory Argonne United States4 Department of Physics and Astronomy Rutgers Piscataway United States

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2:15 PM - MD9.9.04
Controlling the Magnetic Anisotropy in Ultrathin Metal Films by Epitaxial Strain: Model and Experiment

Artur Braun 1

1 EMPA Duebendorf Switzerland,

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2:30 PM - MD9.9.05
Tunneling Magnetoresistance Comparison between Top-Pinned and Top-Free Co2Fe6B2/MgO based Perpendicular Magnetic-Junctions with [Co/Pt]n-synthetic Anti-Ferromagnetic Layer

Jong Ung Baek 1,Du Yeong Lee 2,Seung Eun Lee 2,Tae Hun Shim 2,Jea-Gun Park 2

1 Nano Semiconductor Engineering Hanyang University Seoul Korea (the Republic of),2 Electron and Computer Engineering Hanyang University Seoul Korea (the Republic of)1 Nano Semiconductor Engineering Hanyang University Seoul Korea (the Republic of),2 Electron and Computer Engineering Hanyang University Seoul Korea (the Republic of)

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