The 12th annual Flash Memory Summit is the largest global event on memory technology. Flash Memory Summit is a three day event that includes seminars, forums, keynotes and sessions. In 2018 the event will be preceded by the First Annual MRAM (Application) Developer Day (August 6).
The Indo-US symposium on Recent advances in magnetism and spintronics symposium will present recent advances in magnetism and spintronics
The Persistent Memory Summit 2018 is a one-day event focused on non-volatile memory technologies and applications. The event includes presentations, a symposium and an exhibition.
The 62th annual conference on Magnetism & Magnetic Materials (MMM) will .ecompass all aspects of magnetism from fundamental physics and new materials to applied magnetics and device technologies.
The 11th annual Flash Memory Summit is a three day event that includes seminars, forums, keynotes and sessions.
The European Physics of Magnetism 2017 (PM17) is organized by the Faculty of Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University and the Institute of Molecular Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences. The conference aims to be an international forum for the presentation and discussion of novel scientific ideas in a field of broadly understood magnetism and magnetic materials.
Beyond CMOS: From Devices to Systems, is an international workshop that will bring together researchers and executives from academia and industry to discuss the different implications of emerging solid state memories on computer industry.
The workshop will discuss device physics, circuits, architecture, reliability, security, and systems. Technologies under review will include MRAM, RRAM, PCM, 3D Xpoint, Memristors, and others.
This symposium is being held to honor the 20th anniversary of John Slonczewski’s landmark paper on spin-transfer-torque, published in the Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials in 1996. Entitled, Current-driven excitation of magnetic multilayers, John’s paper presented the breakthrough idea that a current passing through a sandwich of two magnetic metal layers surrounding a non-magnetic metal spacer could excite sufficient spin-transfer-torque to switch one of the magnetic layers back and forth.