Group Activities and Photos

1st Workshop on Non-Volatile Logic and Magnetic Devices - 1st August 2013

This workshop is the first of a series of workshop that will be organized as part of the programme on "Magnetic logic and memory integrated circuit devices". The aim of this workshop is to gather researchers working in this area to discuss recent findings, theories and practical applications as regards to spintronics materials and devices.

9.45am - Arrival! Invited researcher
  • Prof. Ding Jun (NUS)

  • Assoc. Prof. Mansoor (NUS)

  • Asst. Prof. Quek Su Ying (IHPC-NUS)

  • Dr. Tan Seng Ghee (DSI)

  • Asst. Prof. Yu Hao (NTU)

  • Asst. Prof. Lew Wen Siang (NTU-host)
    and research group members

  • 10.00am - Opening Ceremony
    Welcome speech & briefing by the host, Asst. Prof. Lew Wen Siang

    10.15am - Start of presentation
    Assoc. Prof. Mansoor (NUS) has initiated the workshop with his research on "Topological Hall Effect in Vortex and Skyrmion Spin Textures"

    1.00pm - Lunch break
    2.00pm - Presentation (cont.)
    Mr. Indra Purnama has shared his research on “Coupled Domain Wall Systems” after the lunch break

    It was a successful & informative sharing session, there are total of 9 interest & detailed research topic shared within the 5 hours long workshop, which showed below

  • "Topological Hall Effect in Vortex and Skyrmion Spin Textures"

  • by Assoc. Prof M. B. A. Jalil, NUS

  • "Spin-Orbit Induced Spin Torque in Magnetic Nanostructures"

  • by Dr Tan Seng Ghee, DSI

  • "Domain Wall Dynamics in Ferromagnetic Cylindrical Nanowires"

  • by Mr. Chandra Sekhar Murapaka, NTU

  • "Effects of Magnetic Field on Spin Dependent Transport in 3D Topological Insulators"

  • by Mr. Siu Zhuobin, NUS

  • "Magnetic Islands with Configurable Domain Structures via Dipole-Dipole Interactions and their Possible Applications"

  • by Ms. Li Weimin, NUS

  • "Coupled Domain Wall Systems"

  • by Mr. Indra Purnama, NTU

  • "Domain-Wall based Logic-in-Memory Circuit and Architecture for Big-data Computing"

  • by Mr. Wang Yuhao, NTU

  • "A Method for Calculation of High-frequency Magnetic Permeability"

  • by Mr. Yang Yong, NUS

  • "First Principles Calculations of Spin Transport in Graphene: Large Magnetoresistance in Nanostructured Armchair Graphene Nanoribbon Junctions"

  • by Asst. Prof Quek Su Ying, NUS

    The workshop ended at 3.30pm of the same day after a short disccussion among the Principal Investigator of each research group.

    With the precious experiences & encouragement from each research group, we hope to organize a series of sharing workshop every 6months in the future!


    2nd Workshop on Non-Volatile Logic and Magnetic Devices - May 2014

    SG-SPIN Seminar - 5th May 2015

    SG-SPIN Seminar - 15th July 2016

    Industry Networking Seminar on "Advanced Memory and Sensor for Embedded Systems" - 15th July 2016

    Overseas Visitors

    Singapore Spintronics Consortium (SG-SPIN) News

    MOU signing ceremony at NUS Shaw Foundation Alumni house (5 Dec 2014). Front row: Mr Russell Tham, President, Applied Materials South East Asia; Mr Rajesh Nair, Vice President, GLOBALFOUNDRIES Singapore; Prof Barry Halliwell, Deputy President (Research & Technology), NUS; Dr Lim Jui, CEO NTUitive of NTU and Mr Patrick Chang, Director, Delta Electronics International (Singapore). Back row: Prof Ding Jun (NUS); Prof Teo Kie Leong (NUS); Prof Adeyeye Adekunle (NUS); Mr George Loh, Program Director of NRF ; Prof Low Teck Seng, CEO of NRF; Prof Wu Yihong (NUS); Irene Cheong, Director ILO of NUS;Mr David Toh, CTO NTUitive of NTU; Prof Lew Wen Siang (NTU).

    NTU news release on SG-SPIN

    The Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore citing the research of SG-SPIN in his speech

    Teaching and Outreach Activities

    Group Outing

    Dinner at Marché Mövenpick 313@somerset (17 December 2016)