7th International Symposium on Research in High Magnetic
The 7th International Symposium on Research in High Magnetic Fields ,
will be organised by the Laboratoire National des Champs Magnetiques Pulses.
It follows symposia organised in Porto (2000), Sydney (1997), Nijmegen
(1994), Amsterdam (1991), Leuven (1988) and Osaka (1982). The Symposium
aims to cover recent highlights in research in high magnetic fields, in
areas like magnetism, magneto-transport and magneto-optics of condensed
and dilute matter, developments in high magnetic field generation and
new high magnetic field measurement techniques.
XVIII International Colloquium on Magnetic Films and
Madrid - Spain July 22 - 25, 2003.
The colloquium aims at highlighting the last developments in the following
EPR and NMR at high field
EPR and NMR at high field: applications to magnetic
systems and superconductors
Pisa - Italy July 23 - 25, 2003.
The meeting will provide a venue for presentations on the latest advances
in the application in the realm of solid state of EPR and NMR spectroscopy
at high field.
International Conference on Theoretical Trends In Low-Dimensional
The conference purpose is to favour the scientific interchange among
researchers in low-dimensional magnetism, focusing upon a choice of the
main theoretical aspects of magnetism in less-than-three dimensions, with
topics running from rigorous results in statistical models to the current
studies of magnetic nanostructures. The scientific program will consist
of invited lectures, contributed talks and one or two sessions for poster
presentations. Sufficient time for discussion will be allotted. Invited
lectures are meant to provide an up-to-date overview of the main topics,
while the presentation of new results will be left to contributed talks
and posters. The active participation of young scientists (Ph.D. students
and post-docs) will be encouraged. The tentative scientific topics are:
Symposium on Spintronics
Bruges - Belgium, August 4 - 6, 2003.
The symposium aims at highlighting the last developments in using spin-dependent
phenomena in nano-electronics. Further, it intends to provide a good overview
of the current understanding of the physics of spin transport in metallic,
(magnetic) semiconductor and hybrid structures and to continue the assessment
of exploitation of these phenomena in future nano-(opto-)electronic and
computing applications. We aim at bringing the leading experts to Bruges
and strongly encourage student participation.
Polarized Neutrons and Synchrotron X-Rays for Magnetism
The conference will be based on the Venice International University campus
situated on the island of San Servolo, in the Venetian lagoon. Once the
seat of a Benedictine Monastery, the buildings of the island are now a
comfortable Conference Centre, at ten minutes by boat from the heart of
Venice. The satellite will be held the week after ICM 2003, from Monday
04.08.2003 to Wednesday 06.08.2003. Registration of participants will
take place on the evening of Sunday, August 3. The conference will close
on the afternoon of Wednesday, August 6, 2003. The meeting will provide
a venue for presentations on the latest advances in the application to
selected topics of the many and complementary techniques based on polarised
neutron and X-ray scattering. The program will include plenary lectures
as well as oral and poster presentations. The range of topics will include:
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