Advances in Modern Magnetic Materials

Jun 17. till Jun 19.

Advances in Modern Magnetic Materials

A workshop bringing together world leading experts in magnetism.

Date
17/06/20152015-06-17 - 19/06/20152015-06-19
Location
Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire, UK

Event Details

Magnetism is a tremendously interesting subject offering challenges to academics worldwide. In addition, however, it also has wide reaching applications. The magnetic recording industry has benefited strongly from this with the discovery of giant magnetoresistance in thin films. In addition advances in magnetic semiconductors, multiferroics, patterned media, interaction between superconductivity and magnetism and topological effects have generated much recent interest. As a result magnetism continues to inspire excitement due to many fundamental phenomena and possible resulting applications.

The workshop aims to bring together world leading experts in magnetism. In addition the location will offer a unique chance to introduce researchers to the BLADE instrument at Diamond, which is a polarised soft X-ray source capable of performing scattering and absorption measurements.

Registration is now closed

 

Invited Speakers

 

Welcome by Andrew Harrison CEO Diamond Light Source
Dominique Givord Institut Neel, CNRS, Grenoble
Matthieu Jamet  CEA, Grenoble
Gerrit van der Laan Diamond Light Source
Bella Lake Helmoltz Zentrum, Berlin
Stephane Mangin Universite de Lorraine,Nancy
Paolo Radaelli University of Oxford
Dirk Sander  Max Planck Institut, Halle
Kristiaan Temst  KU Leuven

 

Programme (Click to download)

Delegate Information

Accommodation

If you require accommodation, please contact the onsite guest house Ridgeway House (email: ridgewayhouse@stfc.ac.uk or phone: 01235 445500).

We have reserved some rooms for delegates, available on a first come first serve basis at a cost of £60 B&B per night. Please quote reference 61126 when booking.

Conference Dinner

There will be a conference dinner on the evening of Wednesday 17th June 2015 at Cosenor's House in Abingdon. Please ensure you select this option during registration to book your space. Transport to the dinner and return will be provided.

Registration

Registration is free but participants are expected to fund their own travel and accommodation. Refreshments, lunch, the workshop dinner and evening drinks at the poster sessions will be provided. 

Registration is now closed

Posters

Delegates are encouraged to bring a poster to this workshop. Posters should be A0 in size and Portrait in orientation.

There are 2 poster prizes available, generously sponsored by:

Please contact the Diamond Events team should you have any questions - +44 1235 778431 or events@diamond.ac.uk

Sponsors

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