Memory, Nanomagnetics, Materials and Devices
S.N. PIRAMANAYAGAM, Data Storage Institute, Singapore
Patrick G.Q LO, Institute of Microelectronics, Singapore
Philip H.S. WANG, Stanford University, United States
Jun DING, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Bruce TERRIS, Hitachi GST, United States
S.N. PIRAMANAYAGAM, Data Storage Institute, Singapore Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +65 68748550 Fax: +65 65160900 Mailing Address: Dr. S.N. Piramanayagam, Data Storage Institute, 5, Engineering Drive 1, Singapore - 117 608.
Scope of Symposium
Data storage and memory devices play an important role in real life applications such as hard disk drives, memories for computers and other consumer electronic devices. For hard disk drives and magnetic memories, developments in nano-structured magnetic materials are significant. In a similar way, material and device development in memory devices lead to faster, cheaper and smaller devices. This symposium will provide a platform to discuss the latest progress in the memory materials, architectures and devices, nanostructured magnetic materials or nanomagnetic structures. There will be special invited sessions on magnetic recording and memory, in addition to contributed sessions. The following are the tentative topics of the symposium.
1. Spintronics 2. Nanomagnetic materials 3. Magnetic Nanostructures 4. Magnetic Random Access Memory and Materials 5. Magnetic Recording materials 6. Soft magnetic Materials 7. Biomagnetic Materials 8. Novel Memory Architectures 9. Emerging Storage Class Memory and Materials 10. Embedded Memory: Materials and Integration Technologies (eDRAM, eNVM, FPGA architecture)
Selected papers will be published in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters (http://www.aspbs.com/nnl/). The selection criteria for this journal will be quite stringent as the journal aims to achieve a high quality. The deadline of submission of manuscripts : 15th July 2011. The manuscripts should be sent to email@example.com with the subject line ICMAT Manuscript.