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The International Conference on Quantum Materials and Technologies is happening in 16 - 22 October 2022. Submit your abstract now!

The event is the first edition of an international series of foremost and unique conferences. The deadline for the abstracts submissions is 24 June 2022.

09 June 2022

ICQMT2022 provides a fruitful platform with a driving force for solid-state physicists, chemists, material scientists, engineers, computer scientists, technologists, decision-makers, and other professionals in the related fields of quantum materials and technologies. The conference scope consists of 7 mainstreams as thematic topics of interest. The expertise of best-established scientists and professionals from all around the world has been put together in preparation for a strong scientific program. Many distinguished participants from all over the world will present their latest and unpublished research findings.

The session on Topologically Protected Spin Textures: Fundamentals and Applications is organized by ICMAB Researcher Can Onur Avci, from the Multifunctional Thin Films and Complex Structures (MULFOX) Group. This session will explore topologically protected chiral magnetic textures, particularly skyrmions and Néel domain walls, which have been a topic of intensive research in the past decade due to their intriguing physics and overarching implications for magnetic memory and logic technologies. This session aims to bring together eminent scientists in this emerging field to create a stimulating atmosphere and discuss the advances and prospects of chiral spin textures from fundamental and application perspectives.

If you want to submit your abstract to this session or any of the other topics covered at ICQMT2022, you have until 24 June 2022.

An associated exhibition will also be held for the presentation of innovative products and research, to promote exchanges of high-tech experiences between industry and academia. ICQMT is expected to attract around 1000 participants all around the globe with plenary, half-plenary, keynote, invited, contributed oral and poster presentations together with unique networking opportunities.

The scientific program is designed in order to:

  • Bring together world-recognized experts whose diverse expertise should stimulate discussions and push cutting-edge research and collaborations.
  • Explore some of the big challenges and convergences raised by “unconventional” quantum materials and technologies. The selected specific topics are those whose emergence and rapid development are thought to be the most relevant in making definite progress and opening new directions.

The program will consist of plenary, half plenary, invited, and contributed papers falling broadly within the scope of the conference. Some of the invited papers may be tutorials in nature from keynote speakers, while others will review recent work in specialized fields. Invited speakers include Christos Panagopoulos (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), Felix Büttner (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany), Kai Liu (Georgetown University, USA), Karin Everschor-Sitte (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany), Mathias Kläui (Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany), Mehmet C. Onbasli (Koç University, Turkey), Saül Vélez (Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain), Stefan Heinze (University of Kiel, Germany) and Vincent Cros (CNRS/Thales, France).

The ICQMT2022 emphasizes the presentation of new and unpublished work not being under review in some other journals. Their objective is to ensure that discussions enlighten the outcome and the unsolved questions, and explore new directions. To this goal, the organization strongly encourages those from groups underrepresented in science to apply (some funding has been earmarked for young members of these groups).


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