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Conference / Magnetism: JEMS 2018

The Joint European Magnetic Symposia are the most important and comprehensive conference on magnetism in Europe. JEMS focuses on a broad range of topics embracing applicative and fundamental aspects of magnetism, as well as novel magnetic materials. Presentations consist of plenary, semi-plenary, and contributed talks, complemented by poster sessions. A number of invited speakers give lectures on important recent advances in the field. The attendance of young students is welcome.

03/09/2018 to 07/09/2018
When: 03/09/2018
Where: Rheingoldhalle
Rheinstrasse 66
Mainz, DE -  55116
Germany
Contact: Elena Hilp
+49 6131 39-21259

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The Joint European Magnetic Symposia (JEMS) is the premiere and most comprehensive conference on magnetism in Europe. The next symposia will take place from the 3rd to the 7th of September 2018 at the conference center Rheingoldhalle in Mainz, Germany.

JEMS covers a wide breadth of cutting-edge topics in magnetism and magnetic materials research, ranging from the fundamental to the applied. The topics cut across the entire field of magnetism, such as biomagnetism applications, chiral magnetism and skyrmions, multiferroics, strongly correlated systems, topological magnetic materials, ultrafast optical spintronics, and magnonics.

The conference incorporates plenary and semi-plenary talks from internationally renowned speakers, representing the latest advances in magnetism. Attendees are also able to contribute to specific symposia through talks and poster sessions focused on their research topics.

Mainz and the Rheinpfalz region are important centers of magnetism research in Germany. The Kaiserslautern-Mainz collaborative center SPIN+X and the Spin Phenomena Interdisciplinary Center (SPICE) lead many of these efforts. In addition, Mainz combines wine, culture and lifestyle in an extraordinary manner. The city lies right in the middle of Rhine-Hesse, the largest wine-growing district in Germany. Mainz is of course the birthplace of the first global communications revolution, as the home of Johannes Gutenberg. It is a starting point to explore the Rhein Valley, one of the most enchanting tourist destinations in Europe.

 

JEMS 2018 will host the following symposia :

Frustrated and disordered magnetism

Contributions are expected to report experimental or theoretical studies related to thermodynamics, time dependent phenomena or emergence in strongly correlated disordered magnets like, for instance, classical and quantum spin liquids/spin ices/spin glasses, realised in condensed matter or magnetic meta-materials.

 



Plenary speakers         

  • Geoffrey S. D. Beach, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA                       
  • Julie Grollier, The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Paris, France  
  • Laura Heyderman, ETH Zurich, Switzerland             
  • Tomas Jungwirth, Academy of Science, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Claus Ropers, University of Göttingen, Germany      

 
Special session: Frontiers in Magnetism 

  • Pietro Gambardella, ETHZ, Switzerland                    
  • Antoni Planes, University of Barcelona, Spain

 
Semi-plenary speakers 

  • Gerrit Bauer, Tohoku University, Japan and Delft University
  • Stefan Blügel, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  • Jeffrey Bokor, University of California, Berkeley, USA
  • Russel Cowburn, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
  • Luis Hueso, San Sebastian, Spain
  • Daniel Loss, University of Basel, Switzerland
  • Jagadeesh Moodera, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts, USA
  • Dieter Suess, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
  • Jean-Marc Triscone, University of Geneva, Switzerlan
  • Amir Yacoby, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

 
JEMS covers a wide breadth of cutting-edge topics in magnetism and magnetic materials research, ranging from the fundamental to the applied. The topics cut across the entire field of magnetism, such as biomangetism applications, chiral magnetism and skyrmions, multiferroics, strongly correlated systems, topological magnetic materials, ultrafast optical spintronics, and magnonics.

The organizing committee of JEMS 2018 is looking forward to welcoming you to Mainz!

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