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Talks

2020


85. TBA (Invited)
CIMTEC 2020  
Montecatini Terme (June)


2019


84. TBA (Invited)
CA2D
Napoli (November)


83. TBA (Invited)
QuSpin Workshop 2019
Trondheim (September)

83. Spin-splitting d-wave superconductors: beyond de Gennes (Invited)
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Kobe, Japan (August 2019)

 

82. Magnetic exchange fields in d-wave superconductors (Invited)
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research 
Stuttgart, Germany (July)

81. Pure spin supercurrents (Invited)
GRC 2019 Spin Dynamics in Nanostructures
Switzerland (July)


80. Introduction to Josephson junctions for electronics (Invited)
ISEC 2019
California, Riverside, USA (July)


79. TBA (Invited)
Oxide Superspin Workshop
South Korea (June)


78. Nodal superconducting exchange coupling (Invited
Aberration-Corrected PEEM Workshop
Diamond, Oxford (January


77. Superconducting Exchange Coupling at Oxide Superconductor/Ferromagnet Insulator Interfaces (Invited
Plasma 2019 Workshop
Orlando,  USA (January)

2018


76. The New Science of Superconducting Spintronics (Invited)
British Council Lectureship
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (November)


75.Epitaxial Helimagnetic Josephson Devices with Zero-Pi States (Invited)
Tunneling through Nanoscience - TTN2018
Salerno, Italy (October)

74.Towards Oxide Superconducting Spintronics: The Age of the Interface (Invited)
Institute for Basic Science
Seoul National University, South Korea (August)


73. Oxide Interfaces (Invited)
Hyunsoo Yang Laboratory
National University of Singapore (July)


72. Oxide Superconducting Spintronics (Invited)
CMCEE 2018
Singapore (July)

71.Superspin: a new paradigm for spin-electronics (Invited)
Takashi Kimura's Lab, University of Fukuoka
Fukuoka, Japan (July)

70. Electron pair conversion at oxide S/F interfaces  (Invited)
OSS2018 - Oxide Superconducting Spintronics Workshop 2018
Amalfi, Italy (April)

69. p-wave triggered superconductivity in single layer graphene on an electron-doped oxide superconductor (Invited)
APS March Meeting
Los Angeles, USA (March)

 

2017

68.TBA (Invited)
OSS2018
Kyoto, Japan (November)


67.Controllable transfer of spin-polarized Cooper pairs into a half-metal manganite (Invited)
EUCAS 2017
Geneva (September)


66. Magnetically controlled spin-polarized states in superconductors and ferromagnets (Invited)
IUMRS-ICAM2017, 3rd Bilateral MRS-J/E-MRS Symposium
Kyoto, Japan (August)


65.Triplet spin-valves with half-metal manganites (Invited)
LT28 - 8th International Conference on Low Temperature Physics (August) 

64. Magnetically controlled spin-polarized states in superconductors and ferromagnets (Invited)
HYPRES
New York, USA (July)


63.Electron pair conversion at S/F interfaces (Invited)
NPL, London (May)


62.Spin-polarised electron pairing at S/F interface (Invited)
LCN, London (May) 


61.Penetration and interaction of superconductivity in half-metallic ferromagnets (Invited)
Frontiers in Theoretical and Applied Physics
UAE (February) 
 

2016

60. Superspintronics: a paradigm shift for spintronics (Invited)
Cambridge Maxwell Centre
Cambridge, UK (December)


59. Superconducting Spintronics (Invited)
Novel frontiers in superconducting electronics: from fundamental concepts and
advanced materials towards future applications
Pozzuoli, Napoli, Italy (December)


58. Generation and control of spin-polarised superconductivity 
MRS
Boston, USA (November)


57. Spin-polarized superconducting densities of state at superconductor interfaces with ferromagnets (Invited)
Fudan University Lecture, Physics Department
Shanghai, China (July)


56. Spin-polarized supercurrents in superconductor/magnetic devices (Invited)
Nanjing University Lecture, School of Electronic Engineering
Nanjing, China (July)


55. Superspin (Invited)
Interfacial spintronics and spin waves
San Sebastián, Spain (July)

54. Superspin: generation and control of spin-polarized Cooper pairs (Invited)
Spin, Coherence, and Topology 2016
Royal Holloway, UK (July) 


53. Proximity coupling of superconductivity at oxide superconductor interfaces with half-metallic ferromagnets (Invited)
Imperial College, Department of Physics, Blackett Laboratory
London, UK (June)


52. Coupling superconductivity into half-metallic ferromagnets (Invited)
Complex Oxides
Porquerolles, France (June)


51. Superconducting Spintronics (Invited)
APS March Meeting
Baltimore, USA (March)

 

2015

50. Odd frequency spin-triplet superconductivity at magnetic / superconductor interfaces (Invited)
Kyoto University
Kyoto, Japan (December)

49. Spin-polarized superconducting states for spintronics (Invited)
Leeds University
Leeds, UK (December). 
 

48. Density of state measurements at superconductor / ferromagnet interfaces (Invited)
Superconducting Quantum Devices in the UK (September), Royal Holloway
 

47. Spin-polarized proximity effects at superconductor interfaces with inhomogeneous magnetic states (Invited)
École Normale Supérieure, Hybrid Quantum Circuits group,
Paris, France (July)
 

46. Density of state measurements at superconductor interfaces with inhomogeneous magnetism (Invited)
IEEE Lecture, Hong Kong University
Hong Kong, China (July). 



45. Magnetic-dependent superconducting density of states at crystalline superconductor / magnet interface (Invited)
German Physical Society Meeting (DPG)
Berlin, Germany (March)

44. Generating odd frequency superconducting states at superconductor/ferromagnet interfaces (Invited)
Cavendish Laboratory Lecture 
Cambridge, UK (February)

 

2014

43. Spin-Selectivity in Superconducting Spin-Valves (Invited)
MMM 
Honolulu, USA (November)
 

42. Odd-frequency pairing at superconductor / ferromagnet interfaces (Invited)
Japanese Physical Society Meeting, Chubu University
Nagoya, Japan (September)
 

41. Superconducting triplet spin-valves (Invited)
Istituto Nanoscienze-CNR and Scuola Normale Superiore 
Pisa, Italy (September)
 

40. Engineering magnetic structures for spin-polarised supercurrents (Invited)
Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism
Moscow, Russia (July)
 

38. Spin-selectivity of triplet pairs in superconducting spin-valves (Invited)
International Conference on Superconductivity and Magnetism
Antalya, Turkey (April)
 

37. Spin-Polarised Supercurrents: a paradigm shift for spintronics (Invited)
CIMTEC 2014
Montecatini Terme, Italy (June)

36. Spin-polarized Cooper pairs and spin-selectivity in superconducting spin-valves (Invited)
Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory
Stanford, USA (May)
 

35. Triplet pairing and spin-selectivity in superconducting spin-valves (Invited)
University of Konstanz
Konstance, Germany (May)
 

34. Spin-selectivity of triplet pairs in superconducting spin-valves (Invited)
Frontiers in Unconventional Superconductivity and Magnetism Meeting
Bristol, UK (January)
 

2013 

33. Superconductor / ferromagnet proximity effects (Invited)
Invited by Prof. Jianhua Zhao, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Beijing, China (December)
 

32. Spin-triplet supercurrents and spin-density waves in Cr/Fe devices (Invited)
Superconducting Proximity and Josephson Effects in Nanoscale Systems
Germany (November)
 

31.Spin-triplet supercurrents and spin-density waves in Cr/Fe devices (Invited)
MTI and ITS Fall Workshop 2013: Coherent Hybrid Structures on the Mesoscale Chicago, USA (October)
 

30. Spin-polarised Supercurrents for Spintronics (Invited)
Hitachi Research Laboratory
Cambridge, UK  (July)
 

29. Superconducting Spintronics (Invited)
France Bitter Magnet Lab, Invited by Prof. Jagadeesh Moodera
Boston, USA (July)
 

28.Generating spin-polarised supercurrents for spintronics
ISEC 2013
Boston, USA (July),
 

27. Superconducting Spintronics (Invited)
Cavendish Laboratory Departmental Lecture
Cambridge, UK (January)

 

2012 

26. Superconducting Spintronics (Invited)
Cambridge and Anglian Materials Society Meetings
Cambridge, UK (November)
 

25. Generating spin-polarised supercurrents
Current Research in Magnetism and Superconductivity
National Physics Laboratory
London, UK
 

24. Supercurrent Enhancement in Bloch-like Domain Walls (Invited)
Superconducting Nanohybrids 2012
San Sebastián, Spain (September)
 

23. Spin-Triplet Proximity Effects in Superconductor / Ferromagnet Devices (Invited)
Condensed Matter Physics in the City
Bedford Square, London, UK (June)
 

22. Spin-Polarised Supercurrents (Invited)
CAPE-CIKC Advanced Technology Lecture
Cambridge, UK (May)
 

21. Spin-Polarised Supercurrents in Artifical Magnetic Domain Walls (Invited)
Seminar, Centro de Física de Materiales 
San Sebastián, Spain (April),
 

20. Triplet Proximity Effects in Ferromagnetic Josephson Junctions (Invited)
International Conference on Superconductivity and Magnetism
Istanbul, Turkey (April)

 

2011 

19. Conference Chair
Superconductivity at Oxide Interfaces 
Royal Society Kavli Research Centre, UK (September)
 

18. Triplet Supercurrents in Ferromagnets (Invited)
Superconducting hybrids: from conventional to exotic
Villard de Lans, France (September)
 

17. Long-Lived Supercurrents in Ferromagnets (Invited)
Condensed Matter Physics in the City
Royal Holloway University, UK (June)
 

16. IOP Superconductivity Prize Lecture on the Interaction Between Ferromagnetism and Superconductivity (Invited)
Celebratory Workshop: “100 Years of Superconductivity, 25 Years of HTS”
Cambridge, UK (July)
 

2010 

15. Enhancing the Proximity Effect in Superconductor/Ferromagnet Devices (Invited)
Quantum Nanoelectronics Seminar
Grenoble, France(September)
 

14. Josephson Junctions with Inhomogeneous Magnetic Barriers
IOP Superconductivity Group Summer Science Meeting
London, UK (July)
 

13. Josephson Junctions with Composite Magnetic Barriers
International Conference on Superconductivity and Magnetism
Antalya, Turkey (April)
 

2006-2009 

12. Controlling The Phase of Cooper Pairs in a Josephson Junction with Synthetic Antiferromagnetic Coupling
EuroFlux Symposium (September), Avignon, France
 

11. Coupling Between Superconductors and Inhomogeneous Ferromagnets (Invited)
The University of Bordeaux
Invited by Professor Alexander Buzdin
Bordeaux, France (April),
 

10. Controlling The Phase of Cooper Pairs in a Josephson Junction With Synthetic Antiferromagnetic Coupling
EuroFlux Symposium
Avignon, France (September)
 

9. Coupling Between Superconductors and Inhomogeneous Ferromagnets (Invited)
The University of Bordeaux (April), Bordeaux, France
Invited by Professor Alexander Buzdin
 

8. Parity-Dependent Proximity Effect in Superconductor/Antiferromagnetic Structures
EuroFlux Symposium
Naples, Italy (September),
 

7. Nanoscale Ferromagnetic Josephson Junctions (Invited)
Solving the BdG and Gross-Pitaevskii equations for superconductors
Birmingham, UK (September)
 

6. A Systematic Study of a Single 0 to Pi Transition in Strong and Clean SFS Devices
Condensed Matter and Materials Physics
Leicester, UK (April)
 

5. Zero to Pi Transition in Ferromagnetic Josephson Junctions
IOP Superconductivity Meeting
London, UK (November)

4. Critical Current Oscillations in Strong Ferromagnetic Josephson Junctions
Applied Superconductivity Conference 
Seattle, USA (September)


3. Strong Ferromagnetic Pi-Junctions (Invited)
Thin Films for Novel Oxide Devices 
Vaalbeek, Belgium (July)


2. Critical Current Oscillations in Ferromagnetic Pi Junctions
Pi-Shift Conference (June), Bordeaux, France


1. Nanoscale Josephson Junctions
Condensed Matter and Materials Physics 
Exeter, UK (April)

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