Spin Cavitronics

Mainz, Germany: May 15th - 18th 2018

Cavity (quantum) electrodynamics, originally invented in order to enhance matter-light interaction in atomic physics, has developed into an ubiquitous technique to study condensed matter systems, such as semiconductor quantum dots, diamond NV centers, donor spins in silicon, Josephson-junction qubits, nanomechanical systems, etc. Recently, ferromagnets in cavities have been shown to hybridize with microwaves and (more weakly) with light photons. We observe now the emergence of the interdisciplinary field “Spin Cavitronics” that brings together the optical and microwave cavity communities with researchers from magnetism and spintronics, also involving superconductivity, plasmonics, phononics, mechanics, and AMO groups. The present workshop is intended to facilitate interaction between the leaders of these fields and lure prospective newbies.


Gerrit Bauer (Tohoku)
Koji Usami (Tokyo)
Jairo Sinova (JGU Mainz)

Invited Speakers

Back, Christian (Garching)
Bertet, Patrice (Saclay)
Blanter, Yaroslav (Delft)
Ciccarelli, Chiara (Cambridge)
Flatte, Michael (Iowa)
Gönnenwein, Sebastian (Dresden)
Haigh, James (Cambridge)
Hillebrands, Burkard (Kaiserslautern)
Hu, Can-Ming (Winnipeg)
Huebl, Hans (Garching)
Imamoglu, Atac (Zurich)
Kläui, Mathias (Mainz)
Kontos, Takis (Paris)
Nunnenkamp, Andreas (Cambridge)
Kusminskiy, Silvia (Erlangen)
Polzik, Eugene (Copenhagen)
Rauschenbeutel, Arno (Wien)
Saitoh, Eiji (Sendai)
Schmidt, Georg (Halle)
Takeda, Kazuyuki (Kyoto)
Tang, Hong (New Haven)
Taylor, Jake (Maryland)
Tobar, Michael (Crawley (AUS))
Tserkovnyak, Yaroslav (UCLA)
van Wees, Bart (Groningen)
Weides, Martin (Mainz)
Wernsdorfer, Wolfgang (Karlsruhe)
Yacoby, Amir (Harvard)