IEEE International Magnetics Conference 2023

IEEE International Magnetics Conference 2023

Sendai International Center, in Sendai, Japan /on-demand access to pre-recorded
IEEE Magnetics Society and the Magnetics Society of Japan

INTERMAG 2023 is jointly sponsored by the IEEE Magnetics Society and the Magnetics Society of Japan. INTERMAG 2023 will take place at the Sendai International Center, in Sendai, Japan from May 15 to May 19, 2023. The conference will be primarily in-person, with on-demand access to pre-recorded content provided afterwards.

INTERMAG is the premier international conference on all aspects of fundamental and applied magnetism. Members of the scientific and engineering communities are invited to attend and to contribute to the technical sessions. The technical program will consist of oral and poster presentations, invited talks and symposia, tutorial sessions and exhibits. For detailed information, please see the Call for Papers.

Sendai is known as the “City of Green” and benefits from a beautiful natural environment, delicious food and unique hot springs. We look forward to welcoming you to Sendai for INTERMAG 2023.

TECHNICAL SUBJECT CATEGORIES: The conference will cover basic and applied science and technology
related to magnetism and magnetic materials. The technicalsubject categories are as follows:
1. Spintronics
a. Magnetoresistance in Heterostructures (GMR, TMR)
b. Voltage-Controlled Magnetic Anisotropy and Switching
c. Skyrmions
d. Spin-Orbitronics
e. Antiferromagnetic Spintronics
f. Spin Injection and Spin Transfer Torques
g. Spin Currents, Spin Pumping, Spin Hall, and Related Effects
h. Spins in Graphene, Topological Insulators, and Other 2D Materials

2. Biomagnetics
a. Bio-Magnetism
b. Biomedical Diagnostics and Imaging
c. Biomedical Therapies and Nanomedicine

3. Electrical Machines and Power Transformers and Inductors
a. Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines
b. Wound Field Synchronous Machines
c. Induction Machines
d. Reluctance Machines
e. Magnetically Geared Machines
f. Vernier Machines
g. Variable Flux Machines
h. Special Machines
i. Linear Machines and Actuators
j. Power Transformers and Inductors
k. Energy Harvesting and Storage by Magnetic Technologies
l. Numerical Analysis Methods for Electrical Machines
m. (Semi-)Analytical Modelling and Design of Electrical Machines

4. Memory, Logic and Data Storage
a. MRAM and Related Devices
b. Magnetic Logic
c. Neuromorphic and Unconventional Computing
d. Domains and Domain Wall Devices
e. All-Optical Recording and Other New Recording
f. Energy-Assisted Recording
g. Recording Heads and Media
h. Recording Physics, Modeling & Systems (inc. Coding, Actuators and Channels)
i. Head-Disk Interface and Tribology

5. Sensors and High-Frequency Devices
a. Magnetic Field Sensors (Non-Recording)
b. Sensors (Not of Magnetic Fields)
c. High Frequency, Microwave and Millimeter Wave Materials and Devices
d. Applications to “Internet of Things” (IoT)

6. Multi-Functional Magnetic Materials and Applications
a. Magneto-Optic Materials and Devices
b. Magneto-Elastic Materials and Devices
c. Magneto-Caloric Materials and Devices

7. Magnetoelectronic Materials and Phenomena
a. Multiferroics
b. Magnetoelectric Phenomena

8. Magnetization Dynamics and Micromagnetics
a. Magnetization Dynamics and Damping
b. Ultrafast and All Optical Switching
c. Spin Waves and Magnonics
d. Magneto-Plasmonics
e. Magnetic Textures, Statics and Dynamics
f. Micromagnetic and Hysteresis Modeling
g. New Approaches in Computational Magnetism

9. Fundamental Properties and Cooperative Phenomena
a. Complex Oxides
b. Half-Metallic Materials
c. Magnetic Semiconductors

10. Soft Magnetic Materials
a. Ferrites and Garnets
b. Crystalline Alloys
c. Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Materials
d. Magneto-Dielectric Materials and Meta-Materials

11. Hard Magnetic Materials
a. Rare-Earth Compounds
b. lntermetallic Alloys and L10 Alloys
c. Rare-Earth Free Hard Magnetic Materials
d. Nanostructured, Composite, and Other Hard Magnetic Materials

12. Structured Materials
a. Thin Films and Surface Effects
b. Multi-Layered Films and Superlattices
c. Patterned Films and Elements
d. Nanoparticles and Nanowire Arrays and Self-Assembly
e. Individual Nanoparticles and Nanowires

13. Microscopy, Imaging and Characterization
a. Magnetic Domains
b. Novel Imaging Instrumentation and Techniques

14. Interdisciplinary and Emerging Topics
a. Interdisciplinary Topics Related to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
b. Emerging Topics Related to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
c. Magnetic Fluids and Separation

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