IEEE Workshop on Next Generation Magnetic Recording Technologies
This workshop is a forum to discuss the current and future challenges facing magnetic data storage technologies. Its goals are to search for viable routes to extend conventional magnetic recording technologies beyond their perceived limits and to identify promising candidates that can suceed today's technologies when these fundamental limits are reached. Topics include:
- High-throughput patterning at sub-10nm scale
- Multilevel magnetic recording
- Bit-patterned medium recording systems
- Energy-assisted recording schemes
The workshop will be held at the Cullen College of Engineering at the University of Houston, Houston, Texas on March 19, 2008.
- Stanko Brankovic, University of Houston, Houston, TX - "Critical Process and Solution Parameters Design for Electrodeposition of 2.4 T CoFe Alloys at Nanoscale"
- Sangita Kalarickal, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO - " Tagging damping processes in magnetic thin films: Implications for future heads and media materials"
- Sakhrat Khizroev, University of California, Riverside, CA - "Multilevel 3D Magnetic Recording"
- Sara Majetich, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA - "X Current Switching Magnetic Recording"
- Terry McDaniel, Seagate Technology, Fremont, CA - "Status and Prospect on Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording [HAMR]”
- David Sellmyer, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE - "Design of High-Anisotropy Nanomagnets for Future Extremely High-Density Recording"
- S.V. Sreenivasan, Molecular Imprints, Inc., Austin, TX - "Status of UV Nanoimprint Technology for Fabricating Patterned Magnetic Media"
- Bruce Terris, Hitachi Global Storage Technology, San Jose, CA - "Patterned Nanomagnetic Bits and Devices"
- Rene Van De Veerdonk, Seagate Technology, Pittsburgh, PA - "Bit Patterned Media"
- C. Grant Willson, University of Texas, Austin, TX - "Lithography Resolution Limits"
- J. Zhu, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA - "Microwave Assisted Magnetic Recording (MAMR)"
Download Registration Form; Mail the completed registration form along with the accompanying payment to
IEEE NGMRT Workshop
Electrical and Computer Engineering
N308 Engineering Building 1
University of Houston
Houston, TX, USA
If paying with a credit card, please fax signed registration form to 1-713-743-0544.
University of Houston Hilton is within a short walk from the workshop site. The hotel with offer a 15% discount off current available rates for the workshop attendees. When calling to make a reservation, the group name is "IEEE".
For additional information contact Prof. James Rantschler at James.Rantschler@mail.uh.edu.