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1st Annual CNS Nanotechnology Symposium

Nanomagnetics - From Discovery to Systems

Ithaca, May 14, 2004

A one-day symposium organized by the Center for Nanoscale Systems, focused on scientific challenges and engineering opportunities in magnetic storage and memory technologies. Speakers from industry and academia have shared their experience and vision in this rapidly developing field.

8:15 - 8:30

Opening & Welcome

Prof. Robert Buhrman, Director CNS

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8:30 - 9:10

Spin Transfer Stimulated Noise in Magnetic Recording Heads

Prof. Bob White, Director Data Storage Systems Center, Carnegie Mellon

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9:10 - 9:50

Spin Transfer and Other Challenges in Data Storage

Dr. Mark Covington, Research Staff Member, Seagate

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9:50 - 10:10

Morning break

10:10 - 10:50   

MRAM Technology: Status and Future Challenges

Dr. Jon Slaughter, Manager Magnetic Materials Research, Motorola

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10:50 - 11:30   

Spintronics Applications at NVE

Dr. Jim Daughton, Founder and CTO of NVE Corporation

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11:30 - 1:00

Lunch & Poster Session

1:00 - 1:40

Spin Transfer Induced Dynamics in Magnetic Nanostructures

Bill Rippard, Research Associate, NIST

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1:40 - 2:20

Circuit Considerations for Spin-Switched MRAM Devices

John DeBrosse, MRAM Design Team Leader, IBM Microelectronics

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2:20 - 2:50

Spin Transfer Driven Magnetic Switching and Precession

Prof. Dan Ralph, CNS Cornell

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2:50 - 3:00

Summary & Adjourn

Prof. Robert Buhrman, Director CNS

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