Confirmed Speakers

Manuel Bibes
CNRS Unité Mixte de Physique, France
Title: Ferroelectric control of Rashba states: towards
non-volatile spintronics driven by ferroelectricity


Tomas Brage
Lund University, Sweden
Title: What does gender got to do with science


Antonio Castro Neto
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Title: Smart 2D materials: the new frontier


Regina Dittmann
Jülich Research Centre, Germany
Title: Rational design of redoxed-based memristive devices
for novel computing paradigm


Claudia Felser
Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Germany
Title: My way to success in science


Clare Grey
Cambridge, UK
Title: Operando methods for determining lithiation,
switching-mechanisms and phase changes in electrochemical processes


Daniele Ielmini
Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy
Title: Devices and materials for in-memory computing:
challenges and opportunities


Van Le
Intel, USA
Title: Industry challenges and outlook for resistive memories


Luigi Longobardi
Executive Editor, AIP Publishing
Title: AIP Publishing Academy: Promotion & Visibility of Your Research

Sasikanth Manipatruni
Cornell University, USA
Title: Resistive +PCM


Thomas Mikolajick
NaMLab, Germany
Title: Material challenges in ferroelectric memories


Cewen Nan
Tsinghua University, China
Title: An opportunity for magnetoelectrics in complex oxides: designing heterostructures at the atomic scale


Stuart Parkin
Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics, Germany
Title: Chiral materials for spintronic memories


Abu Sebastian
IBM, Switzerland
Title: Phase change memory devices
for electrical and optical in-memory computing


Philip Wong
TSMC Stanford, USA
Title: Analog memory: materials, devices, applications


Daniel Worledge
Title: Spin-transfer-torque MRAM


Greg Yeric
Cerfe Labs
Title: Materials to memory: why and how

Conference Sponsors



European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation
programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement number 861145.

EPSRC funding, grants: EP/S022953/1, EP/P027032/1, EP/P007767/1 and EP/T012218/1 (joint with Electrical Communication and Cyber Systems (ECCS) Scheme of NSF (USA).


Funding from the Chair in Emerging Technologies grant: CIET1819_24.

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