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Grants and Awards

Student Travel Grants


The European Magnetism Association (EMA) has supported the attendance of students to JEMS2020 Virtual conference. Congratulations to the awardees:

 

Álvaro Díaz-García        

Abstract ID 3680: Deconvolution of overlapping phase transitions in composites using the universal scaling of the magnetocaloric effect   


Bhavishya Chowrira Poovanna

Abstract ID 3708: Spintronic harvesting of thermal fluctuations on paramagnetic molecular centers


Dario Fiore Mosca         

Abstract ID 4105: Interplay between multipolar spin interactions, Jahn-Teller effect and electronic correlation in a J_eff = 3/2 insulator  


Darja Gacnik    

Abstract ID 3700: The Effect of the Phase Structure on Superconductivity in TiZrHf-Sn-X (X = Fe, Cu, Ni, Nb) Alloys


Miroslav Hennel            

Abstract ID 4155: Magnetocaloric properties of Ni54Fe19Ga23X4 Heusler glass-coated microwires doped by X = B, Al, Ga, In    


Paul Foulquier 

Abstract ID 3953: Evolution of the electronic structure at the magnetic transition in layered iridates upon doping

 

Qais Ali

Abstract ID 4278: Ab-initio informed Monte Carlo simulation of rare-earth based alloys


Silvia Damerio 

Abstract ID 3547: Structure and magnetic properties of epitaxial CaFe2O4 thin films      

 

Sofia Ferreira-Teixeira  

Abstract ID 4019: Spin to charge conversion in topological insulator Sb2Te3 sputtered thin films towards magnetisation switching devices

 

Young Researchers Grants


JEMS2020 organization has supported the attendance of young researchers to the Virtual conference. Congratulations to the awardees:

 

Claudio Bonizzoni          

Abstract ID 4000: Storage and Retrieval of Microwave Pulses with Molecular Spin Ensembles


Liliia Kulish       

Abstract ID 3639: Structure and Frustrated Magnetism of Layered Alkali Manganites      


Luis M. Moreno-Ramírez            

Abstract ID 3583: Kinetics of the thermomagnetic transition in La(Fe,Si)13 alloys using the Bean-Rodbell model


Sandra Ruiz Gomez       

Abstract ID 3784: Advanced magnetic microscopy at the ALBA Synchrotron


 

Best Poster


Congratulations to the awardees: 


Adrian Gudin

Abstract ID 3831: Spin Orbit driven effects and thermal activation of ferromagnet intercalated graphene-heavy metal Interfaces


Christin Schmitt

Abstract ID 3653: Current induced switching of the Néel vector in CoO(001)/Pt bilayers

 

Danijela Markovic

Abstract ID 4247: Easy-plane spin Hall oscillators as spiking neurons for neuromorphic computing


Fernando Franco

Abstract ID 4033: Optimization of asymmetric reference structures through non-evenly layered synthetic antiferromagnet for Full bridge magnetic sensors based on CoFeB/MgO/CoFeB

 

Khulaif Alshammari

Abstract ID 4219: Varying Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya constant with temperature in ultrathin Pt/Co(Fe)B/Ir films

 

Iuliia Alekhina

Abstract ID 4236: Radial dependence of circular magnetic permeability of amorphous magnetic microwires


Jan Fikácek

Abstract ID 3618: Disorder-induced time effect in the antiferromagnetic domain state of Fe1+xTe

 

Jan Masell

Abstract ID 4160: Manipulating the helical phase of chiral magnets with electric currents


Juan Manuel Gomez-Perez

Abstract ID 3627: Comparison of the magnon diffusion length for electrically and thermally excited magnons in 2-µm-thick Y3Fe5O12


Nicola Morley

Abstract ID 4126: High Entropy Alloys: The next big thing in soft magnetic alloys


Ondrej Hovorka

Abstract ID 4001: Distributed heat production in clusters of magnetic nanoparticles


Vojtech Schánilec

Abstract ID 3967: Bypassing dynamical freezing and accessing low-energy microstates in artificial kagome ice


Xiaodong Zhang

Abstract ID 3910: Selective Fe substitution by Mn in the high-Tc YBaCuFeO5 spiral multiferroic

 

 

 

 

 

 

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