York University spotlights our work

York University and the Lassonde School of Engineering have issued a press release featuring our research in magnetization dynamics and heat transport, in particular in light of the recent grant awarded to establish our LUTher lab. Read more on the university or faculty pages.

Simone receives grant from Canada Foundation for Innovation

Simone met The Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, during today's announcement by the Canada Foundation for Innovation on the results of the latest round of John R. Evans Leaders Fund. The grant will establish our Laboratory for Ultrafast THERmo-magnetics (LUTHER), a facility to investigate heat transport and magnetization dynamics. LUTHER's capabilities will include magnetic […]

We've moved to the BERG

After being hosted at the Petrie building for the first 1.5 years, our lab has moved to the new Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence. Here are two shots of the building exterior and the lab, after the move.

Simone chairs a symposium at the MMM/Intermag

Earlier in January, Simone attended the joint MMM/Intermag conference in San Diego, CA - where he chaired a symposium on heat transport challenges in heat-assisted magnetic recording. Very interesting talks from the invited speakers (K. Hono, D.G. Cahill, O. Hellwig, J.A. Malen, R. Chen)!