Plenary, Keynote, Invited Speakers

(Note that this list is being updated from time to time)


Kahn Lecture

Eugenio Coronado

Universitat de Valencia, Spain

“A Molecular Approach to 2D Magnetic Materials”





Plenary Lecture

Jiang-Feng Du

University of Science and Technology of China, China

“Single Molecule Magnetic Resonance and Applications”





Stuart S. P. Parkin  

Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics, Germany

“Chiral Spintronics and Superconducting Spintronics Phenomena”





Roberta Sessoli  

Universita Firenze, INSTM, Italy

Magnetic Molecules for Quantum Information: The Challenge of Single Spin Addressing





Keynote Lecture

Colette Boskovic   University of Melbourne, Australia

“Predicting Valence Tautomerism in Diverse Cobalt-Dioxolene Complexes”

Rodolphe Clérac   CNRS, France

“New Metal-Organic Magnets”

Shang-Da Jiang   South China University of Technology, China

“Spin Manipulation in Magnetic Molecules”

Masahiro Yamashita   Tohoku University, Japan

“Molecular Spin Qubits for Quantum Computer and High-Density Memory Devices Based on Molecular Magnets”


Invited Lecture

Liviu F. Chibotaru  Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

“Increasing the Magnetic Blocking Temperature of Single-Ion Magnets”

Selvan Demir  Michigan State University, USA

“Employing Radicals and Bismuth in Lanthanide Single-Molecule Magnet Design”

Malcolm Halcrow  University of Leeds, UK

“The Effect of Isomorphous Dopants on Spin-Crossover Crystals does not Simply Depend on the Dopant Ionic Radius”

Shinya Hayami  Kumamoto University, Japan

“Ferroelectric Molecules Induced by Dynamic Spin”

Sanjit Konar  Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal, India

 Spin-State Switching in Dynamic Molecules and Chiral Cages

La-Sheng Long  Xiamen University, China

“Accurate Prediction of Magnetic Ordering Temperature of Magnetic Refrigerants”

Hitoshi Miyasaka  Tohoku University, Japan

“Chemo-Switchable Porous Magnets”

Gábor Molnár  LCC CNRS, France

“Molecular Spin Crossover Materials: Towards Artificial Muscles”

Grace G. Morgan  University College Dublin, Ireland

“Spin State Switching in Non-Centrosymmetric Crystals”

Mauro Perfetti  University of Florence, Italy

“Spin-Electric Effect on Chiral Lanthanide Complexes”

Dawid Pinkowicz  Jagiellonian University, Poland

“A Simple Trinagular Multi-Redox Pseudo-[6]Oxocarbon Showing Multifunctionality”

Alexey A. Popov  Institute for Solid State Research Dresden, Germany

“Playing with Rare-Earth Spins inside Carbon Cages”

Annie K. Powell  Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

“Construction of a Giant 3d/4f Toroidal Sandwich Using Molecular Building Blocks”

Gopalan Rajaraman  Indian Institute of Technology Bombay Powai, India

“Advancing Molecular Nano Magnet Design with the Aid of Molecular Modelling”

Imma Ratera  The Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona, Spain

“Nanothermometer Based on Polychlorinated Trityl Radicals Showing Two-Photon Excitation
and Emission in the Biological Transparency Window”

Eliseo Ruiz  University of Barcelona, Spain

“From Single-Molecule to 2D Layers: Magnetism and Transport”

Osamu Sato  Kyushu University, Japan

“Control of Magnetic and Electric Polarization via Electron Transfer in Molecular Crystals”

Feng-Qi Song  Nanjing University, China

“Electrically Tunable Molecular Magnetism and Giant Magnetoresistance in Dy@C84 
Single-Molecule Transistors”

Hiroko Tokoro  University of Tsukuba, Japan

“Correlation between the Phonon Frequency and Long-Range Magnetic Ordering on Molecule-Based Magnets”

Xin-Ping Wang  Nanjing University, China

“Spin Frustration in Organic Radicals”

Birgit Weber  University of Bayreuth,  Germany

“Switchable Molecules in Polymers”

Kai Yang  Institute of Physics CAS, China

“Atomic-Scale Magnetic Resonance of Quantum Spins on a Surface”

Yan-Zhen Zheng  Xi'an Jiaotong University, China

“Regulating and Developing Lanthanide Ions Based Molecular Magnets”


Oral Presentation

Xin Bao  Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China

Achieving Room Temperature Spin-State Manipulation of Fe(II) Complexes Based on Acylhydrazone Ligands

Hong-Yan Chen Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Indirect Spin-Readout of Rare-Earth-Based Single-Molecule Magnet with Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

Szymon Chorazy Jagiellonian University, Poland

Search for Design Principles for Lanthanide(III) Single-Molecule Magnets Optically Self-Monitoring the Temperature

Andrea Cornia University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

“Quantum Spin Coherence and Electronuclear Coupling Channels in Vanadyl-Containing Lantern Complexes”

Sourav Dey – University of Valencia, Spain

“Exploring the Electronic Structure and Magnetic Properties of Lanthanide Based 2D van der Walls Materials

Maxim A. Faraonov – FRC PCP MC RAS, Russia

“Magnetic Properties of Crystalline Complexes Based on Reduced Copper(II) Phthalocyanines with Different Degree of Fluorination”

Carlos J. Gómez-García – Universidad de Valencia, Spain

From 0D to 2D and 3D Anilato-Based Single-Molecule and Single-Ion Magnets

Rui-Kang Huang – Hokkaido University, Japan

Towards Molecular Multiferroics by Supramolecular Rotor and Ferromagnetic [MnCr(oxalate)3] Salts

Wan-Tong Huang – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Spin Engineering in Artificial Atom-Molecule Hybrids

Takayuki Ishida – The University of Electro-Communications, Japan

Stereoisomeric Effect on Spin Crossover in Iron(II) Bisdiimine Dithiocyanates

Mikhail Kiskin  N.S. Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry RAS, Russia

Structural Phase Transition as a Driving Force for Changing the Orbital Angular Momentum of Cobalt(II) Ions in 1D-Polymeric Compound

Jun-Liang Liu – Sun Yat-Sen University, China

Lanthanide-Based Single-Molecule Magnets: From Single Spin to Multiple Spins

Hong-Cheng Lu – Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

Experimental Realization of Low Dimensional and Frustrated Antiferromagnets

Dmitri V. Konarev – FRC PCP MC RAS, Russia

Design of Metal-Organic Paramagnets Based on Fullerenes, Metallocomplexes, Hexaazatriphenylenes and Spiropyranes

Corine Mathonière – CNRS, France

Metal-to-Metal Charge Transfer in Cyanido-Bridged Fe/Co Dinuclear Compounds

Kazuya Nakashima – Nagoya University, Japan

Determination of the Unique Antiferromagnetic Spin Structure on Gyroidal MOF [Ru(bpy)3][Mn2(ox)3] by Single-Crystal Neutron Diffraction

Jürgen Schnack – Bielefeld University, Germany

Toroidal Magnetic Molecules Stripped to Their Basics

Wei Shi – Nankai University, China

Modulation of Coordination Structures and Magnetization Dynamics of Coordination Compounds with Structural Dimensionality

Peng Song – Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Charge-Spin Conversion in Atomically Thin 2D Crystals

Mikhail Vaganov – University of Oxford, UK

Linear Electric Field Effect in Mn(II) Trigonal Bipyramidal Complexes

Sergey A. Varganov – University of Nevada, USA

Nonadiabatic Coupling for the Crystal Field Hamiltonian Describing Lanthanide Single-Ion Magnets

Sergey Veber – International Tomography Center SB RAS, Russia

High-Field EPR of Copper(II)-Nitroxide Compound Exhibiting Three-Step Phase Transition: Structural Insights from the Field-Induced Sample Orientation

De-Xian Wang – Institute of Chemistry CAS, China

Diverse Magnetism of Benzene Triimide Radical Anions

Shang-Feng Yang  University of Science and Technology of China, China

Magnetic Regulation of Endohedral Metallofullerenes

Bing Yin – Northwest University, China

Concise Criterion for High-Performance SMM: The Co-Existence of Long τQTM and High UEFF

Peng Zhang – Shaanxi Normal University, China

Organometallic Radical-Bridged Heterometallic Single Molecule Magnets