DAY 1 - JANUARY 30

7:30-8:30

Check-In and Breakfast

8:30-9:00

KEYNOTE 
Coherent Phonons: Elements of an Integrated Circuit Technology?

Dr. James Harvey, U.S. Army Research Office

9:05-9:25

Quantization of Phonon Modes in Nanoscale Waveguides and Resonators and Vibrational Modes in Biological Systems
Michael Stroscio, University of Illinois at Chicago

9:30-9:50

Phononic Topological Insulators and Chiral Modes for One-Way Acoustic and Thermal Transport
Daniel Sievenpiper, UC San Diego

9:50-10:20

BREAK

10:20-10:40

Terahertz coherent phonon beams for spectroscopy and quantum technology
Anthony Kent, University of Nottingham, UK

10:45-11:05

Optical Engineering in the Reststrahlen Band: New Materials and Devices for the Mid- and Far-infrared
Anthony Hoffman, University of Notre Dame & Daniel Wasserman, University of Texas at Austin

11:10-11:30

Near THz voltage-control of antiferromagnetic phases
Anthony Barra & Gregory Carman, University of California, Los Angeles

11:30-12:45

LUNCH

12:45-2:00

POSTER SESSION

2:00-2:30

KEYNOTE 
Modeling
Dr. Long-Qing Chen, Pennsylvania State University

2:35-2:55

Electric Field and Strain Control of Magnetism: Towards Ultralow Energy Memory Devices
Nicholas Kioussis, California State University, Northridge

3:00-3:20

A Multiscale, Unconditionally Stable Multiphysics Time-Domain (MUST) Solver Unifying Electrodynamics, Elastodynamics and Spin Dynamics
Jackie Yao & Ethan Wang, University of California, Los Angeles

3:20-3:50

BREAK

3:50-4:10

Magneto-electric effects in composite multiferroics
Oleg Beloborodov & Igor Beloborodov, California State University, Northridge

4:15-4:35

Magnetic anisotropy design of magnetoelectric hetrostructures
Christopher Lynch, University of California, Los Angeles

4:40-5:00

Magnetic Nano-Particles Manipulation with Strain Mediated Multiferroics
Abdon Sepulveda, University of California, Los Angeles

 

DAY 2 - JANUARY 31

7:30-8:30

Check-In and Breakfast

8:30-9:00

KEYNOTE 
Iron Garnets: Enabling Materials for Magnonics, Photonics and Spintronics
Dr. Caroline Ross, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

9:05-9:25

Optimizing Coupling in Composite Multiferroics Using Nanoscale Porosity
Sarah Tolbert, University of California, Los Angeles

9:30-9:50

Influence of Non-Uniform Micron-Scale Strain Distributions on the Electrical Reorientation of Magnetic Micro-Structures in a Composite Multiferroic Heterostructure
Roberto Lo Conte, University of California, Berkeley

9:50-10:20

BREAK

10:20-10:40

Magnetoelectric Spin Wave Modulator Based On Synthetic Multiferroic Structure
Alexander Khitun, University of California, Riverside

10:45-11:05

Energy efficient computing with voltage control of magnetism: scaling and switching error analysis
Jayasimha Atulasimha, Virginia Commonwealth University

11:10-11:30

Exchange-Mediated Rotation Coherence in Strain-Coupled Multiferroic Thin Films
Jane Chang, University of California, Los Angeles

11:35-11:55

Control of magnetism in heterostructural composites using large phase transformational strain
Peter Finkel, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

11:55-1:30

LUNCH

1:30-2:00

KEYNOTE 
Nano-magnetic Manipulation of Cells
Dr. Dino Di Carlo, University of California, Los Angeles

2:05-2:25

Modeling and experimental demonstration of magnetic domain control in multiferroic heterostructures for coupling to the surrounding environment
Robert Candler, University of California, Los Angeles

2:30-2:50

Acoustically Actuated Ultra-Compact NEMS Magnetoelectric Antennas
Nian Sun, Northeastern University

2:50-3:20

BREAK

3:20-3:40

Spin superfluid Josephson oscillator
Roger Lake, University of California, Riverside

3:45-4:05

Two-Dimensional Charge-Density-Wave Devices Operating at Room Temperature in Radiation Hard Environment
Alexander Balandin, University of California, Riverside

4:10-4:30

Parametric amplification of spin-waves by surface acoustic waves in nano-scale devices
Ivan Lisenkov, Oregon State University

4:35-4:50

Closing/Wrap-Up