Xavier Marti, the CTO at IGSresearch discusses real world applications of antiferromagnetic spintronic devices in this interesting IEEE talk:
Professor Stuart parkin, the director of the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics in Halle/Salle, Germany and a Professor at the Institute of Physics of the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg explains his spintronics research, and how can spintronic devices be built to improve computing capacity.
Professor Amnon Aharony from Israel's Ben Gurion University gave a lecture at Brazil's IIP, discussing his research into spin-orbit interactions, time reversal symmetry and spin filtering. The full lecture can be seen in the video below:
Professor Davide Bossini, from the Gutensberg University in Germany, presented a lecture titled "Towards the Ultimate Limits of Spintronics: Ultrafast Optical Control of Magnetism". You can view the entire lecture below:
A grad student from the University of Michigan published the video below, giving a nice introduction to spintronics and his own research that uses ultrafast laser pulses to measure spin lifetime and understand how electron spins behave in solid materials.
The University of Minnesota (UMN) published yet another video, interviewing several researchers at the Center for Spintronic Materials, Interfaces, and Novel Architectures (C-SPIN). The topic this time is topological insulators - priming new class of materials.
Topological insulators are materials in which the edges are conductive but the rest of the material acts like an insulator).
The Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2) institute in France published a video showing a lecture on Spin-orbitronics and 2D materials spintronics by Prof Albert Fert.