Workshop on Topology in Magnetic Materials

Europe/Zurich
Herzberg 193 5025 Asp Switzerland
Jonathan White (Laboratory for Neutron Scattering, Paul Scherrer Institut), Motoaki Hirayama, Naoya Kanazawa, Oksana Zaharko (PSI - Paul Scherrer Institut), Romain Sibille (PSI - Paul Scherrer Institut)
Description

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.

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    • 1
      Welcome
    • SESSION 1: Introductory Lectures
      • 2
        Magnetism in topological materials from insulators to metals
      • 3
        Experimental phenomena involving topology and magnetism
    • 12:00 PM
      Lunch break
    • SESSION 2: Theory and Symmetry of Topological Materials
      • 4
        Topological Quantum Chemistry procedure for magnetic systems
      • 5
        Status of DFT for non-collinear magnets and application to multi-k states
      • 3:00 PM
        Coffee break
      • 6
        Connection between band topology and magnetism
      • 7
        Topological magnons
      • 8
        contributed talk I-2
      • 9
        contributed talk II-2
    • SESSION 3: Experiments and Methodology
      • 10
        Scattering, neutrons and x-rays
      • 11
        Bulk measurements, electrical and thermal transport
      • 10:00 AM
        Coffee break
      • 12
        Band structure probes, ARPES and optics
      • 13
        Real-space imaging holography, MFM and LTEM
      • 14
        contributed talk I-3
    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch break and posters
    • SESSION 4: Multi-k spin textures, merons, skyrmions…
      • 15
        Theory of multi-k structures
      • 16
        Latest discoveries of new skyrmion materials
      • 3:30 PM
        Coffee break
      • 17
        Skyrmion fluid and bimeron glass, competition with a chiral spin liquid
      • 18
        Giant anomalous Hall effect from spin-chirality scattering in a chiral magnet
      • 19
        contributed talk I-4
      • 20
        contributed talk II-4
    • TUTORIAL SESSION: Multi-k spin textures, merons, skyrmions…
      • 21
        Resonant x-rays
      • 22
        Multi-k from neutron single diffraction + SANS
      • 23
        Magnetic symmetry for multi-k structure models
    • SESSION 5: Novel electronic responses due to complex magnetism
      • 24
        Hall/thermoelectric/optical/Faraday/Kerr effects in noncollinear magnets
      • 25
        Responses in RMn6Sn6 materials
      • 10:15 AM
        Coffee break
      • 26
        Os/Ir pyrochlores
      • 27
        contributed talk I-5
      • 28
        contributed talk II-5
      • 29
        contributed talk III-5
    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch break and posters
    • CLOSING SESSION: perspectives and new directions
      • 30
        Magnetoelectric Classification of skyrmions
      • 31
        Charge order and superconductivity in kagome materials
      • 32
        Perspective on the field of magnetism and topological materials
    • 4:15 PM
      Coffee and departure