Presentation


Because the size of magnetic object could be shrink down to typical magnetic characteristic length like (domain size, domain wall thickness, exchange length ..) or typical electrical transport length like (electron mean free path, spin diffusion length ..) new spintronic properties were recently discovered. Moreover the possibility to manipulate magnetisation using polarised current and polarised light open new fields for research and applications. Consequently a lots of effort is focussing on the study magnetisation manipulation of e nano-object and their applications. The aim of this workshop is to gather different scientific community on this particular topic of the manipulation of spin and Magnetisation at the nanometer scale.

Nanomaterials 2016 is divided in two chapters : the scientific school IWST 2016 and the industrial Day N4S (Nanomaterials For Sensors)

 

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Stephane    ANDRIEU, Université de Lorraine, Institut Jean Lamour
Christine    BELLOUARD, Université de Lorraine, Institut Jean Lamour
Olivier    COPIE, CNRS, Institut Jean Lamour
Karine    DUMESNIL, CNRS, Institut Jean Lamour
Helene    FISCHER, Université de Lorraine, Institut Jean Lamour
Thomas    HAUET, Université de Lorraine, Institut Jean Lamour
Michel    HEHN, CNRS, Institut Jean Lamour
Daniel    LACOUR, CNRS, Institut Jean Lamour
Olivier    LENOBLE, Université de Lorraine, Institut Jean Lamour
Yuan    LU, Université de Lorraine, Institut Jean Lamour
Gregory    MALINOWSKI, Université de Lorraine, Institut Jean Lamour
Stephane    MANGIN, Université de Lorraine, Institut Jean Lamour
Francois    MONTAIGNE, Université de Lorraine, Institut Jean Lamour
Sebastien    PETIT-WATELOT, Université de Lorraine, Institut Jean Lamour
Juan-Carlos    ROJAS-SANCHEZ, CNRS, Institut Jean Lamour

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Caroline BARJON, Communication Officer, Institut JEan Lamour
Denis FIX, Innovation & Tech. Transfer Officer, Institut Jean Lamour
Thomas HAUET, Assistant Professor, Institut Jean Lamour
Philippe LAMBERT, Innovation & Tec. Cooperation Officer, Institut Jean Lamour
Stephane MANGIN, Professor, ¬ę¬†Nanomagnetism & spintronic¬†¬Ľ Team Leader, Institut Jean Lamour