Wednesday, October 27, 2010

2006 NATO ADVANCED STUDY INSTITUTE

Magnetic Nanostructures for Micro-Electromechanical
Systems and Spintronic Applications

Magnetism Research Group - University of Messina - Italy

Catona RC, Calabria, Italy 2 - 15 July 2006

 
 
 


Prof. Bruno Azzerboni
University of Messina, Italy

Prof. Rostislav Grechishkin
Tver State University, Russia

 
   
 
 


Prof. Giovanni Asti
University of Parma, Italy

Prof. Bruno Azzerboni
University of Messina, Italy

Dr. Dominique Givord
Laboratoire Louis Néel, France

Prof. Rostislav Grechishkin
Tver State University, Russia

Dr. John C. Slonczewski
IBM Watson Research Center, USA

Prof. Luis Torres
University of Salamanca, Spain

 
   
 
 


Prof. Bruno Azzerboni
University of Messina, Italy

Dr. Mario Carpentieri
University of Messina, Italy

Dr. Giancarlo Consolo
University of Messina, Italy

Dr. Giovanni Finocchio
University of Messina, Italy

Dr. Luigi Pareti
IMEM Parma, Italy

 

School Announcement

This school brings together scientists and engineers interested in recent developments of magnetism. Emphasis is placed on micro-electromechanical systems and spintronic applications.
 

Objectives

The objective of the school is to propose a synergic junction between the characteristic expertise of the engineering and the knowledge of the basic science. The main effect should be a cross-cultural fertilization favoring an interdisciplinary enrichment for the attendants and their research perspectives.
The program of the school will cover a wide area in the domain of the science and technology of magnetic nanostructures and microsystems. The lectures are organized in four main topics: Spintronics; Magmas (magnetic MEMS and NEMS for micromachines, microrobotics and microsystem technology); Magnetic recording; Magnetic Nanoscience.

 

News

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The school will be held at the Regent Hotel.