Category: Conferences

David Newman and Kostas Chatzimpaloglou present at the Institute of Physics Current Research in Magnetism 2020: High Frequency Spintronics

Last month, 2nd year PGRs David Newman  and Kostas Chatzimpaloglou both gave contributed talks for the Institute of Physics Current Research in Magnetism 2020: High Frequency Spintronics, which was held virtually. David’s presentation was on “Spin current propagation through an epitaxial antiferromagnetic NiO layer”. In this talk, he demonstrated the...

David Newman chairs session at UK Magnetics Society Student Conference

Second year PGR David Newman reently chaired a session at UK Magnetics Society Student Conference where he chaired a session and presented a talk entitled ‘Electrical detection of a DC spin current through an epitaxial antiferromagnetic NiO layer’. The event was virtually hosted by the UK Magnetics Society to provide...

Emanuele Gemo and Joaquin Faneca present at Photonic West conference

Fourth year students Emanuele Gemo and Joaquin Faneca recently attended Photonic West, the biggest conference in the world of photonics, which was held in San Francisco, Moscone centre. In this conference, Emanuele was presenting his work based on “Sub-wavelength plasmonic enhance phase change memory”. Joaquin Faneca was giving an oral...

Rosamund Herapath presents at TERANET UK-THz Symposium

On 4th and 5th December 2019, fourth year PGR Rosamund Herapath, Dr. Lauren Barr (alumna of the CDT) and Prof. Euan Hendry went to National Physical Laboratory (NPL) for the ‘TERANET UK-THz Symposium’. The event included 23 speakers from around the UK to discuss recent advances made in the field of mm-wave...

Jess Brown at Acoustofluidics Forum

On 16th and 17th October, third year PGR Jess Brown attended Acoustofluidics Forum. She reports on her experience of the event:   This 2-day meeting of the Acoustofluidics Special Interest Group in the UK Fluidic Network took place at Cardiff University, hosted by Dr Chris Yang and his research group...

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