International Conference on

Magnetism, Magnetic Materials and Spintronics


Rome, Italy October 24-26, 2024
Invited Speaker
Dr. Adam Hassan Denawi
Dr. Adam Hassan Denawi

Dr. Adam Hassan Denawi completed his PhD at Aix Marseille University in October 2019, where his research was centered on exploring the Electronic and Magnetic Properties of Polymer Chains, utilizing the Reactivity of Zwitterionic Quinone with Transition Metal Atoms. He joined the IPREM Laboratory at the University of Pau et des Pays de l’Adour in November 2019. Here, he contributed to a project aimed at studying the structural, electronic, magnetic, and optical properties of erbium-doped yttria-stabilized zirconia, broadening his expertise in materials science. In April 2021, Adam transitioned to the team of Dr. Xavier Bouju as a postdoctoral researcher, focusing on scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and the local electric field effect for molecule manipulations, as part of the NanoCar project. Continuing his research journey, Dr. Adam joined the SRMP-CEA-Saclay Laboratory in April 2022 as a postdoctoral researcher, where he worked on ABINIT and the implementation of improved GW density matrix techniques, contributing to advancements in computational materials science. In May 2023, Dr. Adam joined Ecole Polytechnique-LPICM as a postdoctoral researcher, focusing his efforts on the modeling of two-dimensional (2D) materials. Leveraging his expertise in computational techniques, he delved into the exploration of the distinctive properties exhibited by 2D materials. Dr. Adam Hassan Denawi career trajectory underscores his unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of scientific knowledge in materials science and nanotechnology. Through his multidisciplinary research endeavors, he continues to make significant contributions to the advancement of these fields.

Title of Talk: Two-Dimensional Metal-Organic Kagome Systems as Candidates for the Study of Spin Liquids or the Quantum Anomalous Hall effect