The CHIRON workshop on "Hybrid Spin-Wave Computing" took place on the 27th of April 2022 in Heraklion, Crete, in a hybrid (digital and physical presence) format.  
The venue of the workshop was the main amphitheater of the Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH) in Heraklion.

The aim of the workshop was to discuss recent and future concepts for spin-wave computing and the experimental and theoretical methods needed to explore them. Topics included energy efficient spin-wave excitation using the magneto-elastic interaction, large scale spin-wave circuits, nonlinear spin-wave phenomena and the use of novel material systems for magnonics.  

Abstract and presentations of the workshop can be found below


Workshop Agenda 

(Eastern European Time = CET + 1 hour)


Aurore Finco (Université de Montpellier and CNRS):  
Antiferromagnetic textures imaged by probing thermally excited spin waves 


Vincent Vlaminck (IMT Atlantique, Brest):  
Magnon Interferometry in Homogeneous Thin Films 


Adelina Nicolaie (European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency):  
EIC services and funding opportunities 


Coffee Break 


Jack C. Gartside and Kilian D. Stenning (Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College London):  
Spin-wave Reservoir Computing in Artificial Spin Systems: Conventional, Deep & Parallel Architectures 


Titiksha Srivastava (SPEC and Unité Mixte de Physique, CNRS, Thales, Paris):  
Resonant dynamics of skyrmion lattices in thin film multilayers: Localised modes and spin wave emission 


Lunch Break


Qi Wang (University of Vienna):  
Nanomagnonics from in-plane to out-of-plane


Gyorgy Csaba (Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Budapest):  
Machine learning for the design of magnonic computing devices - and some hints on experimental realization 


Gouéré Diane (Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS, Thales):  
Tunable dispersion relation in ultra thin, low loss YIG grown by Pulsed Laser Deposition


Coffee Break 


Abdulquader Mahmoud (TU Delft):  
Spin wave approximate computing 


Asma Mouhoub (Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, Palaiseau):  
Structure and dynamic magnetic properties of thin and thick SAFs 


Frederic Vanderveken (imec, Leuven):  
Magnetoeleastic waves in nanoscale waveguides and piezoelectric/magnetostrictive bilayer transducers 


Alexandra Nicoloiu (IMT, Bucharest):  
ScAlN/Si SAW devices for surface acoustic wave/spin wave coupling 


Christoph Adelmann (imec, Leuven):  
The CHIRON project - The vision of computing with spin waves


Philipp Pirro (TU Kaiserslautern):  
Concluding remarks


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