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Tuesday, August 12 • 11:00 - 13:00
Spintronics & Spin Phenomena III

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Oral: Belita Koiller
Donor Pairs in Si: Hydrogen Molecule Analogues
Co-authors: Andre Saraiva, Maria Jose Calderon, Fernando Gonzalez-Zalba, Dominik Heiss, Andrew Ferguson

Oral: Nicholas Harmon
Exploring Amorphous Silicon for Spintronics
Co-authors: Michael E. Flatté

Oral: Michael Mutch
Spin Dependent Variable Range Hopping, Electrically Detected Magnetic Resonance, & Magnetoresistance Phenomena in Amorphous Inorganic Semiconductors & Dielectrics
Co-authors: Patrick Lenahan, Corey Cochrane, Sean King

Oral: Tobias Henn
Picosecond Real-Space Imaging of Electron Spin Diffusion in GaAs
Co-authors: Tobias Kiessling, Laurens W. Molenkamp, Dirk Reuter, Andreas D. Wieck, Wolfgang Ossau

Oral: Tobias Kiessling
The Significance of Hot Carrier Effects for Low Temperature Spin-Diffusion Studies in GaAs
Co-authors: Tobias Henn, Agnes Heckel, Michael Beck, Jan-Henrik Quast, Laurens Molenkamp, Dirk Reuter, Andreas Wieck, Wolfgang Ossau

Oral: Andrzej Suchocki
The Effect of High Hydrostatic Pressure on the Paramagnetic-Ferromagnetic Phase Transition in (Ga,Mn)As
Co-authors: Malgorzata Nowakowska, Agata Kaminska, Marcin Juchniewicz, Janusz Sadowski, Maciej Sawicki, Tomasz Dietl

Oral: Janusz Kanski
Angle & Spin Resolved Photoemission from (Ga,Mn)As
Co-authors: Lars Ilver, Janusz Sadowski, Krister Karlsson

Oral: Renata Wentzcovitch
Spin Crossover in Ferroperriclase & Its Significance for Deep Earth Geophysics
Co-authors: Zhongqing Wu

Session Chairs

Olaf van 't Erve

Research Scientist, Naval Research Laboratory
Olaf M.J. van ‘t Erve received his B.S., M.S., and his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering, in 1995, 1998 and 2002 respectively, from hogeschool Enschede and the University of Twente, the Netherlands. He started his career in spintronic devices with his Ph.D. research that focused on spin-polarized hot-electron transport through metals. Since then he has done his spintronic research at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington DC, USA... Read More →

Tuesday August 12, 2014 11:00 - 13:00
Room 18CD

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