2020 Front Range Advanced Magnetics Symposium

Introduction

We are pleased to invite you to the 6th Front Range Advanced Magnetics Symposium (FRAMS), which will be hosted virtually by the Colorado School of Mines on August 13, 2020. The purpose of FRAMS is to share recent research in the field of magnetism and encourage collaborations among institutions in the Rocky Mountain Region. The 6th FRAMS will be a one-day symposium featuring:

  • Invited talks given by professors, postdocs, and senior researchers
  • Posters presented by postdocs, graduate, and undergraduate students
  • Poster awards (sponsored by IEEE Magnetics)

For more information, please contact Serena Eley.

Registration Information

Registration is free and will open on March 13, 2020 and close on July 13, 2020.
Register here.

Conference Location

FRAMS2020 will be held in virtual format; details to follow.

Schedule
TimeActivity
Oral Session I, Chair: Serena Eley and Michael Knight (CSM)
09:00 AMSerena Eley (CSM)
Welcoming Remarks
09:10 - 09:25 AMRon Goldfarb (NIST)
Superparamagnetism, the Curie-Weiss Law, and Demagnetizing Factors
09:30 - 09:45 AMPauli Kehayias (SNL)
Developing High-Resolution Magnetic Microscopy Applications Using NV Centers in Diamond
09:50 - 10:05 AMVijaysankar Kalappattil (CSU)
Sputtering Growth of Non-Collinear Antiferromagnetic Mn3Sn Thin Films
10:10 - 10:20 AMRandy Dumas (Quantum Design)
Sponsors/Exhibitors Talk
10:25 AMExplanation of Poster Session Format
10:35 AMBreak
Poster Session I, Chair: Meenakshi Singh (CSM)
10:50 AMAll odd-number posters will be presented and judged.
12:05 PMBreak for Lunch
Oral Session II, Chair: Brooks Venuti and Meenakshi Singh (CSM)
01:05 - 01:20 PMMingzhong Wu (CSU)
Changes of Magnetism in a Magnetic Insulator due to Proximity to a Topological Insulator
01:25 - 01:40 PMDavid King (UW)
Spin Transport Device Using a Magnetic Skyrmion Lattice
01:45 - 02:00 PMVanessa Meschke (CSM)
Structural featurization and search for magnetically frustrated Kagome lattices
02:05 - 02:20 PMKristen Buchanan (CSU)
TBD
Poster Session II: Serena Eley (CSM)
02:25 PMAll even-number posters will be presented and judged
03:40 PMBreak. Judges will meet to discuss posters.
Oral Session III, Chair: Michael Knight (CSM)
03:55 - 04:10 PMRobert Camley (UCCS)
Nonreciprocal behavior for ferromagnets with spatially varying exchange
04:15 - 04:30 PMBarry Zink (DU)
Observation of Magnon Thermal Conductivity in a Metallic Ferromagnet with Low Gilbert Damping
04:35 - 04:50 PMMinhyea Lee (CU)
New routes to investigate quantum disordered systems
04:55 PMMeenakshi Singh (CSM)
Closing remarks and poster prizes (5 Awards, $100 each)

Institutions
CSM – Colorado School of Mines
CSU – Colorado State University
CU – University of Colorado-Boulder
DU – Denver University
NIST – National Institute of Standards and Technology
SNL – Sandia National Lab
UCCS – University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
UW – University of Wyoming

Poster Session
No.NameInst.Poster Title
1Chalifour, CaseyUCCSThe magnetic relaxation time for single-domain nanoparticles as a function of static applied field strength
2Marchfield, DavidCSUMultiscale modeling of magnetorheological elastomers with a twist
3McCollum, EthanCSUCylindrical Microwave Cavity Resonators for High-Temperature Ferromagnetic Resonance Experiments
4Hansen, EthanCSMDesign, Fabrication, and Implementation of Cryogenic Low-Pass Filters
5Blagg, KirstenCSMThermoelectric Effects in Superconductor-Ferromagnetic Hybrids
6Howard, JoelCSMInvestigating the speed limit of two-qubit entangling gates with superconducting qubits
7Stroud, JohnUCCSComparison of Techniques for Correcting Gibbs Ringing Artifacts in Magnetic Resonance Imaging
8Davidson, JonathonUCCSMagnetic Nanoparticle Assembly Using Magnetic Field Gradients
9Nygren, KatherineCSUUsing Brillouin Light Scattering (BLS) to Measure Elastic Properties of Encapsulated Vanadium Tetracyanoethylene (VTCNE) Devices
10Kuklin, JacksonCSMSynthesis and characterization of spin-filtering 2D tin iodide perovskite
11McGrath, BrianneUCCSMini Magnetic Propellers: Stability Considerations in Twisted Magnetic Structures
12Hu, MingyuCUAntiferromagnetic Modeling and Spin Wave Propagation on Nonuniform Magnetic Backgrounds
13Scougale, WilliamUWLow Field Study of the Longitudinal Spin Seebeck Effect Coefficient
14Baral, DineshUWTBD
15Liu, ChuanpuCSUHigh-Temperature Ferromagnetic Resonance in FePt Thin Films

Institutions
CSM – Colorado School of Mines
CSU – Colorado State University
CU – University of Colorado-Boulder
UCCS – University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
UW – University of Wyoming

 

Sponsors

  

Past and Future Symposia

The 7th FRAMS will be held on September 11-12, 2021 at Colorado State University

Introduction

We are pleased to invite you to the 6th Front Range Advanced Magnetics Symposium (FRAMS), which will be hosted virtually by the Colorado School of Mines on August 13, 2020. The purpose of FRAMS is to share recent research in the field of magnetism and encourage collaborations among institutions in the Rocky Mountain Region. The 6th FRAMS will be a one-day symposium featuring:

  • Invited talks given by professors, postdocs, and senior researchers
  • Posters presented by postdocs, graduate, and undergraduate students
  • Poster awards (sponsored by IEEE Magnetics)

For more information, please contact Serena Eley.

Registration Information

Registration is free and will open on March 13, 2020 and close on July 13, 2020.
Register here.

Conference Location

FRAMS2020 will be held in virtual format; details to follow.

Schedule
TimeActivity
Oral Session I, Chair: Serena Eley and Michael Knight (CSM)
09:00 AMSerena Eley (CSM)
Welcoming Remarks
09:10 - 09:25 AMRon Goldfarb (NIST)
Superparamagnetism, the Curie-Weiss Law, and Demagnetizing Factors
09:30 - 09:45 AMPauli Kehayias (SNL)
Developing High-Resolution Magnetic Microscopy Applications Using NV Centers in Diamond
09:50 - 10:05 AMVijaysankar Kalappattil (CSU)
Sputtering Growth of Non-Collinear Antiferromagnetic Mn3Sn Thin Films
10:10 - 10:20 AMRandy Dumas (Quantum Design)
Sponsors/Exhibitors Talk
10:25Explanation of Poster Session Format
10:35 AMBreak
Poster Session I, Chair: Meenakshi Singh (CSM)
10:50 AMAll odd-number posters will be presented and judged.
12:05 PMBreak for Lunch
Oral Session II, Chair: Brooks Venuti and Meenakshi Singh (CSM)
01:05 - 01:20 PMMingzhong Wu (CSU)
Changes of Magnetism in a Magnetic Insulator due to Proximity to a Topological Insulator
01:25 - 01:40 PMDavid King (UW)
Spin Transport Device Using a Magnetic Skyrmion Lattice
01:45 - 02:00 PMVanessa Meschke (CSM)
Structural featurization and search for magnetically frustrated Kagome lattices
02:05 - 02:20 PMKristen Buchanan (CSU)
TBD
Poster Session II: Serena Eley (CSM)
02:25 PMAll even-number posters will be presented and judged
03:40 PMBreak. Judges will meet to discuss posters.
Oral Session III, Chair: Michael Knight (CSM)
03:55 - 04:10 PMRobert Camley (UCCS)
Nonreciprocal behavior for ferromagnets with spatially varying exchange
04:15 - 04:30 PMBarry Zink (DU)
Observation of Magnon Thermal Conductivity in a Metallic Ferromagnet with Low Gilbert Damping
04:35 - 04:50 PMMinhyea Lee (CU)
New routes to investigate quantum disordered systems
04:55 PMMeenakshi Singh (CSM)
Closing remarks and poster prizes (5 Awards, $100 each)

Institutions
CSM – Colorado School of Mines
CSU – Colorado State University
CU – University of Colorado-Boulder
DU – Denver University
NIST – National Institute of Standards and Technology
SNL – Sandia National Lab
UCCS – University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
UW – University of Wyoming

Poster Session
No.NameInst.Poster Title
1Chalifour, CaseyUCCSThe magnetic relaxation time for single-domain nanoparticles as a function of static applied field strength
2Marchfield, DavidCSUMultiscale modeling of magnetorheological elastomers with a twist
3McCollum, EthanCSUCylindrical Microwave Cavity Resonators for High-Temperature Ferromagnetic Resonance Experiments
4Hansen, EthanCSMDesign, Fabrication, and Implementation of Cryogenic Low-Pass Filters
5Blagg, KirstenCSMThermoelectric Effects in Superconductor-Ferromagnetic Hybrids
6Howard, JoelCSMInvestigating the speed limit of two-qubit entangling gates with superconducting qubits
7Stroud, JohnUCCSComparison of Techniques for Correcting Gibbs Ringing Artifacts in Magnetic Resonance Imaging
8Davidson, JonathonUCCSMagnetic Nanoparticle Assembly Using Magnetic Field Gradients
9Nygren, KatherineCSUUsing Brillouin Light Scattering (BLS) to Measure Elastic Properties of Encapsulated Vanadium Tetracyanoethylene (VTCNE) Devices
10Kuklin, JacksonCSMSynthesis and characterization of spin-filtering 2D tin iodide perovskite
11McGrath, BrianneUCCSMini Magnetic Propellers: Stability Considerations in Twisted Magnetic Structures
12Hu, MingyuCUAntiferromagnetic Modeling and Spin Wave Propagation on Nonuniform Magnetic Backgrounds
13Scougale, WilliamUWLow Field Study of the Longitudinal Spin Seebeck Effect Coefficient
14Baral, DineshUWTBD
15Liu, ChuanpuCSUHigh-Temperature Ferromagnetic Resonance in FePt Thin Films

Institutions
CSM – Colorado School of Mines
CSU – Colorado State University
CU – University of Colorado-Boulder
UCCS – University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
UW – University of Wyoming

 

Sponsors

  

Past and Future Symposia

The 7th FRAMS will be held on September 11-12, 2021 at Colorado State University