S08 Molecular spintronics: role of coordination chemistry

Conference building 3F, Shirakashi Conference Room 1

Date: July 31(Day), August 1(Day)

Organizers
Professor Masahiro Yamashita, Tohoku University, Japan
Professor Tadahiro Komeda, Tohoku University, Japan
Professor Jaume Veciana, Institut Ciencia Materials de Barcelona CSIC/CIBER-BBN, Spain
Professor Eugenio Coronado, Universidad de Valencia, Spain
Professor Jinglin Zuo, Nanjing University, China
Professor Mario Ruben, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Professor Bin Hu, University of Tennessee, USA
Professor Andrea Cornia, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

Keynote Speakers

Associate Professor Andrea Cornia, Department of Chemical and Geological Sciences, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy


Dr. Nicholas F. Chilton, Ramsay Memorial Fellow and Research Fellow, School of Chemistry, The University of Manchester, UK


Professor Jaume Veciana, Research Professor at ICMAB (CSIC), Head of Department NANOMOL, Group Leader of CIBER-BBN, Scientific Director of ICTS NANBIOSIS (Spain)


Professor Jinglin Zuo, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University (China)


Professor Bin Hu, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Tennessee (USA)


Professor Tadahiro Komeda, Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials (IMRAM), Tohoku University (Japan)


Invited Speakers

Professor Alek Dediu
Professor Michio M. Matsushita
Professor Jung Thomas Andreas
Professor Shixuan Du
Professor Danna Freedman
Professor Alexey A, Popov
Professor Noriaki Takagi
Professor Hiroyuki Tajima
Professor Concepcio Rovira
Professor Lorenzo Sorace
Professor Lapo Bogani
Professor Eliseo Ruiz
Distinguished Professor Joel S. Miller
Professor Fabrice Pointillart



Keywords of the session

Molecular Spintronics, Single-Molecule Magnets, GMR, Molecule-Based Magnets, STM


Scope of the session

Electronics is based on the freedom of the charge of electron, while spintronics is based on the freedom of the charge and spin of the electron. Therefore, spintronics has several advantage compared with electronics. Usually spintronics consists of the conventional and inorganic magnets, while more recently the molecular magnets composed of the coordination compounds such as single-molecule magnets, spin crossover compounds, etc. have been investigated to develop the high information storages, spin-qubits for quantum computers, etc. To realize such systems, the spin-valve, giant-magnetoresistance (GMR), tunneling-magnetoresistance (TMR), OLED, magnetic tunneling hetero-junctions, etc. are very important. The typical coordination compounds consist of phthalocyanine, porphyrine, Alq3, POM, etc. Any other new compounds and new systems are welcome. In this session, we will focus on the molecular spintornics composed of the coordination compounds.