Nov 22 – 24, 2022
Europe/Zurich timezone

The main goal of the workshop is to bring together experts in the fields of magnetism and topology in order to discuss the accomplished progress and perspectives for future developments in the field of bulk magnetic topological materials. The program will cover fundamental aspects such as symmetry in topology, focus on topological and emergent properties of non-collinear magnets and multi-k spin textures as well as related experimental and theoretical methods. While a broad overview of the field will be discussed, a particular emphasis will be on the application of scattering techniques for the experimental elucidation of complex magnetic phases and textures. We aim to develop interdisciplinary communication and collaborations among internationally leading experts and to encourage young researchers to contribute to the field.

Herzberg 193 5025 Asp Switzerland
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Invited speakers (confirmed):

Ryotaro Arita, University of Tokyo

Cristian D. Batista, University of Tennessee & ORNL

Andrew Boothroyd, University of Oxford

Joseph G. Checkelsky, MIT

Yukako Fujishiro, RIKEN

Zurab Guguchia, PSI

Max Hirschberger, RIKEN

Ludovic Jaubert, CNRS Bordeaux

Andras Kovacs, Forschungszentrum Jülich

Nicola Marzari, EPFL & PSI

Paul McClarty, MPI Dresden

Ingrid Mertig, Martin Luther University Halle

Titus Neupert, University of Zürich

Vladimir Pomjakushin, PSI

Shinichiro Seki, University of Tokyo

Wolfgang Simeth, PSI

Nicola Spaldin, ETHZ

Youtaro Takahashi, RIKEN

Yoshinori Tokura, RIKEN

Kentaro Ueda, University of Tokyo

Victor Ukleev, BESSY, HZB

Jörn Venderbos, Drexel University

Maia G. Vergniory, Donostia International Physics Center


Registration for this event is currently open.