Here’s the final program:

Thursday Title
8:00-8:45  Light breakfast 
8:45-9:00  Jay Gupta  Opening remarks 
9:00-9:35  Stefan Blugel  Beyond Heisenberg Surfaces: From Multi-Spin Interactions to Novel Topological Particles 
9:35-10:10  Anika Schlenhoff  Spin-polarized resonant tunneling – a new tool for sensing and manipulating atomic-scale magnetism 
10:10-10:40  Coffee break 
10:40-11:15  Sander Otte  Tracing coherent dynamics of electron and nuclear spins 
11:15-11:50  Jose Galvez  Modulation of the tunneling barrier in an Anderson impurity Hamiltonian to study ESR-STM 
11:50-12:25  Jesse Berezovsky  Quantum sensing of magnetization dynamics in a scanned magnetic texture 
12:25-2:30  Lunch & Lab tours 
2:30-3:05  Zengle Huang Direct evidence of non-collinear spin order in rare-earth monopnictide
3:05-3:40  Perry Corbett  Spin-polarized STM imaging of nanoscale Néel Skyrmions in an SrIrO3/SrRuO3  Perovskite Bilayer 
3:40-4:15  Nuria Bagues Salguero  In-situ Lorentz Transmission Electron Microscopy Imaging of Magnetic Textures in Confined Structures 
4:15-4:50  Coffee break 
4:50-5:25  Martino Poggio  Scanning SQUID-on-tip microscopy of 2D and chiral magnetism 
5:25-6:00   Brian Zhou  Quantum-Coherent Magnetic Imaging of 2D Materials 
Friday Title
8:00-9:00  Light breakfast 
9:00-9:35  Yujeong Bae  Quantum control of artificial spin structures crafted atom-by-atom on surfaces 
9:35-10:10  Joaquin Fernandez-Rossier  Using STM-ESR to probe entanglement of on-surface spin structures 
10:10-10:40  Coffee break 
10:40-11:15  Tadahiro Komeda  Radical Spin of Single-molecule Magnet Characterized by STM-ESR and Yu-Shiba-Rusinov (YSR) State Observation 
11:15-11:50  Saw Hla  Elemental, Chemical, and Magnetic Signatures of Just One Atom Simultaneously Probed by Synchrotron X-rays
11:50-12:25  Michael Flatté  Theory of spin-polarized DC scanning tunneling spectroscopy as a probe of dynamic spin interactions at nano-eV to micro-eV scales
12:25-2:00  Lunch and Posters 
2:00-2:35  Nitin Samarth Puzzles at the interface between topology, magnetism, and superconductivity
2:35-3:10  Xiaomeng Liu  Visualizing emergent electron orders in two-dimensional quantum materials 
3:10-3:45  Ilija Zeljkovic  Visualizing the evolving domain structure in antiferromagnetic quantum materials 
3:45-4:15  Coffee break 
4:15-4:50  Yue Li  Understanding spin-texture behavior in van der Waals ferromagnets by using Cryo Lorentz Microscopy 
4:50-5:25  Art Smith Investigation of Spintronic and Topological Materials Using Molecular Beam Epitaxy and Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
Saturday Title
8:00-9:30 Light breakfast 
9:30-10:05 Jing Qi Reversible magnetic chirality tuning in MnOx chains by oxidation control
10:05-10:40  Agustina Asenjo Magnetic Force Microscopy, from biomaterials to spintronics 
10:40-11:15  An-ping Li  Revealing Magnetic Skyrmions and Spin-Momentum Locked Conductance with Spin-Polarized STM
11:15-11:50  Peter Rickhaus  Analyzing magnetic textures of ferro- and antiferromagnetic memory devices using Scanning NV magnetometry 
1:00-4:00 Picnic Scioto Audubon Park