In recent years, the progress of nanofabrication techniques, together with the development of novel magnetic microscopies, have made it possible to both stabilize and observe new magnetic spin textures such as skyrmions, new types of magnetic walls or magnetic singularities. These new spin textures are not only interesting from a fundamental point of view, but they also have unique physical properties, such a topological protection, robustness under external magnetic fields, high mobility and speed or multifunctionality. These properties make them a crucial element in developing new devices for various applications, including medical technology and information and communication technologies. This symposium aims to gather the latest advancements in the field, encompassing fabrication and magnetic characterization techniques, as well as theoretical and experimental findings focused on their physical properties and potential applications. The symposium will focus on the following topics:
a) Synthesis of 3D-nanomaterials.
b) Magnetic microscopy for the study of spin textures.
c) 3D and curvilinear nanomagnetism.
d) Magnetization dynamics of domain walls in cylindrical systems.
e) Dynamics of skyrmions and other spin textures.
f) Spin textures in ferri and antiferromagnetic materials.