Best Student Presentation Award
Submission deadline is 8 January 2021.
The IEEE Magnetics Society Best Student Presentation Award recognizes and encourages excellence in graduate studies in the field of magnetism. There will be a US$1,000 prize and certificate for the winner and US$250 prize and certificate for the remaining finalists. Conference attendees are encouraged to attend the talks and support these young scientists.
- The nominee must be a full time graduate student expecting to graduate within one year of the Conference. Postdoctoral fellows, undergraduates or non-students are not eligible.
- The student's area of research may either be theoretical or experimental in any of the general technical and scientific areas normally presented as part of the Conference.
- The student's regularly submitted digest must have been accepted as an oral presentation through the standard digest review process by the Conference Program Committee as an oral presentation, and the student must present the work at the Conference.
- Preference will be given to students and their advisors who are current members of the IEEE Magnetics Society.
- Up to five finalists will be selected based on the accepted digests and the supplementary information.
- Students must submit a digest to the Conference according to the standard submission guidelines and deadlines as outlined under Digest Submissions. DO NOT identify the digest as part of the student award competition in the text of the digest. The Conference digest submission deadline is 8 January 2021.
- Students should select "Apply" under Awards in Step 3 of the submission process. You must include the following supplemental information:
(1) PhD candidacy, the expected graduation date, IEEE member number, advisor name, advisor IEEE member number;
(2) a one-page description of the motivation for the research, the significance of the research results, and the applicant's contribution to the work being presented;
(3) a letter of support from the student's advisor.
Congratulations to the Intermag 2020 Finalists!
Maxwell Li, Carnegie Mellon University
AB-02. In situ Lorentz microscopy study of domain wall Skyrmions
Shishun Zhao, Xi'an Jiaotong University
AC-05. Ionic Liquid Gating Control Interfacial Magnetism
Mara Strungaru, University of York
BE-02. Simulations of magnetic relaxation using atomistic spin-lattice dynamics
Niranjan Natekar, University of Minnesota
BG-01. Analysis of Adjacent Track Erasure for HAMR Media
Viola Krizakova, ETH Zurich
CB-01. Field-free spin-orbit torque switching in magnetic tunnel junctions at sub-ns timescales