2020 Mason March Meeting Scientific Program

10:00 am, March 5, 2020
Mason March Meeting Scientific Program

Exploratory Hall room 3301

The impromptu Mason March Meeting will be hosted on this Thursday, 3/5/2020. Talks will begin at 10:00 am in Exploratory Hall room 3301. We will hold to the traditional APS talk restrictions: 10 minutes for presentation and 2 minutes for questions. Parking available on the first floor of the Shenandoah Parking Deck, validation is available. No registration fees for all attendees!

Agenda and abstracts of the presentations are available here. For more information, please contact qmc@gmu.edu

List of topics and speakers:

A01 | 10:00 – 10:12 | Magnetic and topological properties of Kagome metal YMn6Sn6
Nirmal Ghimire, George Mason University

A02 | 10:12 – 10:24 | Atypical Quantized Hall Resistances in Millimeter-Scale Epitaxial Graphene p-n Junctions
Albert F. Rigosi, National Institute of Standards and Technology

A03 | 10:24 – 10:36 | Thermally Induced Ferroelectric Phase Switching in Mechanically Biased Single Crystal Relaxors
Peter Finkel, Naval Research Laboratory

A04 | 10:36 – 10:48 | Anomalous Hall effect in a two sub-lattice ferrimagnet
Nirmal Ghimire, George Mason University

A05 | 10:48 – 11:00 | Computational Database of Topologically Non-Trivial Materials Using Spin-Orbit Spillage
Kamal Choudhary, National Institute of Standards and Technology

A06 | 11:00 – 11:20 | Networking and Coffee Break

A07 | 11:20 – 11:32 | Twisted transition metal dichalcogenide bilayers
C. Stephen Hellberg, Naval Research Laboratory

A08 | 11:32 – 11:44 | Electronic properties of twisted transition metal dichalcogenide bilayers
Madeleine Phillips, Naval Research Laboratory

A09 | 11:44 – 11:56 | Effect of chemical substitution on the anomalous Hall effect of chiral-lattice antiferromagnet CoNb3S6
Dina Michel, George Mason University

A10 | 11:56 – 12:08 | Novel Fe-based superconductor LaFe2As2 in comparison with traditional pnictides
Igor Mazin, George Mason University

A11 | 12:08 – 12:20 | Cavity-Modified Chemical Reaction Kinetics and Electrochemical Modulation of Coupling Strength
Blake Simpkin, Naval Research Laboratory

A12 | 12:20 – 12:32| Quantum field theory of topological spin dynamics
Predrag Nikolic, George Mason University

A13 | 12:32 –  | Lunch, networking, additional discussions