A Lecture by Prof. Can-Ming Hu on "Cavity Spintronics"
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A Lecture by Prof. Can-Ming Hu on "Cavity Spintronics"
DateandTime: 2016-06-20 8:32:34

Speaker: Pro. Can-Ming Hu, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manitoba, Canada

Date: June 20, 2016

Time: 2:30 pm

Location: Room 1111, Block C, Zhixin Building, Central Campus

Sponsor: the School of Physics


Strong coupling between magnons and microwave photons has recently been theoretically proposed and experimentally investigated using both microwave transmission and electrical detection methods. These works build the foundation for the emerging field of Cavity Spintronics, where the development of spintronics merges with the advancement in cavity quantum electrodynamics and cavity polaritons, thereby creating new theoretical and experimental avenues for studying wave physics, developing quantum technology, and facilitating spintronics applications.
Based on the remarkable achievements of the pioneers of Cavity Spintronics, this talk aims to provide a brief introduction of this exciting new frontier of condensed matter research to colleagues working on magnetism, spintronics, and microwave technologies. Related work recently done by our group at the University of Manitoba will be reported. Our group welcomes talented students and visitors to join us in Winnipeg, Canada.

Pro. Can-Ming Hu is currently a professor in School of Physics and Astronomy of University of Manitoba in Canada. His main research interests include magnetism, spintronics, microwave engineering technology. He has published more than 80 theses in international top periodicals.

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