Category Archives: Conferences

Magnetism 2015 – Leeds

Screen Shot 2015-03-31 at 16.08.00The 2015 meeting of the UK magnetism community closes today after two days of parallel sessions as well as posters on all things magnetism. Highlights include a plenary session by Professor Stuart Parkin and the Wohlfarth lecture given by Professor Laura Heyderman. Each sessions also enjoyed an invited talk including the IEEE Distinguished Lecturer Professor Russel Cowburn. The wide range of talks from theoretical and experimental groups is an excellent showcase of the magnetism community in the UK. As well as learning new physics the event also involves a great dinner and a great chance to network. My talk on ultrafast thermally induced magnetisation switching can be found here.

IOP Postgraduate Techniques Workshop

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This years IOP magnetism techniques workshop for postgraduate students closes today after a packed two day program. The workshop is mainly based around various experimental techniques but with a smidgen of theory thrown in for good measure. The workshop takes place each year close to christmas and is a good opportunity to meet new students and academics involved in magnetism and to see the wide range of skills and techniques the UK has. The social program usually includes a christmas dinner and festive beer or two on the first night. Further information can be found at this link. My slides can be found here.

IOP Postgraduate Magnetic Techniques Workshop

 

The 2013 “Postgraduate Magnetic Techniques Workshop” organised by the Insitute of Physics is taking place today. It is a workshop to provide introductory training in key experimental and theoretical techniques used in magnetic research, aimed at new postgraduate students and research fellows new to magnetic research. My talk will be on the atomistic spin dynamics model and how it can be used to describe magnetization dynamics in the femtosecond regime. I will focus on how the model is constructed and how it is being used to compare to experimental observations. The talk will be available on the conference presentations page.