The countdown has started! One week from now the 67th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials will be held in Minneapolis.
Qnami is attending MMM 2022. We. can’t. wait.
Our Application Scientist, Peter Rickhaus, and our Marketing Manager, Lucia Garbini, will be there and look forward to connecting with scientists and researchers in the field of magnetism from all over the world. Let’s #talkscience together!
Check this out! Curious to know what we have been up to in Minneapolis? Enjoy the the video!
Meet the #quantumwave at the booth
Visit our booth (n.4) in the Exhibit Hall to check out the 3D mockup of our Scanning NV Magnetometer Qnami ProteusQ and explore with Peter and Lucia how it enables ultrasentive measurements of tiny magnetic fields at the nanoscale.
We got some surprises for the MMM Attendees! Better not lose the chance 😉
Attend our Invited Symposium – Imaging Magnetic Textures at the nanoscale
For this year’s edition, Qnami organized an invited symposium “Imaging Magnetic textures at the nanoscale”. We invited speakers from world-leading research groups in the field of nanomagnetism. All the hot topics in magnetism at the nanoscale will be addressed: from the future of spintronics with multiferroics, to skyrmions, from 3D magnetism, to antiferromagnets, and artificial spin-ice.
Not planning to be in Minneapolis? We got you covered: all the talks will be also available on-demand for all the registrants at MMM.
Date and time: Wed. November 02, 2022, at 8:30 – 11:30 AM CDT
Chair: Dr. Peter Rickhaus, Qnami
Prof. William Branford
Imperial College London – UK
“Cooperative growth of macrospin and vortex chains in Artificial Spin-Vortex Ice nanomagnetic arrays”
Dr. Gong Chen
Georgetown University – USA
“Pulling Magnetic Skyrmions out of Thin Air”
Dr. Aurore Finco
Université de Montpellier, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique – France
“Topological Defects in a multiferroic Antiferromagnet”
Prof. Daniela Petti
Politecnico di Milano – Italy
“Three-Dimensional Nanoscale Imaging of Propagating Spin Waves via Time-Resolved X-Ray Laminography”
Dr. Kai Wagner
University of Basel – Switzerland
“Nanoscale studies of antiferromagnetic spin-textures”
Join Peter for his scientific talk
If you are working with magnetic memory devices and are curious to know how Qnami ProteusQ can help you characterize your devices down to the nanoscale, you better join Peter in his talk. Our application scientist will give an overview of all the latest results obtained with our scanning NV magnetometer on magnetic nanowires, nanomagnets, MRAM and even more.
Session: AC. Recent Advances In Magnetic Imaging
“Investigation of Ferro- and Antiferromagnetic Memory Structures using Scanning NV Magnetometry”
Speaker: Dr. Peter Rickhaus, Application Scientist at Qnami
Room Great Lakes C
Tuesday Nov. 1, 2022 at 8:54 am CDT
Qnami is eager to meet you. #quantumismeeting #meetthequantumwave