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  • Scientific scope

     
    The Magnetism Matters workshop aims at highlighting recent achievements and discoveries based on the application of neutron scattering techniques to materials with intriguing magnetic properties. Experimental studies which add a piece to the understanding of the microscopic origin of phenomena like e.g. multiferroicity or superconductivity play a key role in the development of functional materials, but, nevertheless, quantum and frustrated magnetism - being at the heart of fundamental science - may one day deliver the concepts of future applications.
    The workshop is divided into five sessions of 2h each, which cover the fields of Quantum magnetism, Frustrated magnetism, Multiferroics & Spin-orbit/spin-lattice coupled phenomena, Superconductivity & Low-dimensional magnetism and Skyrmions & Exotic States.
    We are happy to welcome you at the World Trade Center in Grenoble, from the 10th to the 12th of October 2018.
     
  • Invited Speakers

     
    • Andrew Boothroyd (University of Oxford) - “Spin dynamics and magnetic interactions in CuO”
    • Sándor Bordács (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) - “Néel-type skyrmions in multiferroic lacunar spinels"
    • Philippe Bourges (Laboratoire Léon Brillouin) - “Time-reversal breaking symmetry in underdoped cuprates and iridates"
    • Fabienne Duc (CNRS - Laboratoire National des Champs Magnétiques Intenses) - “Field-induced spin-density wave state beyond hidden order in URu2Si2"
    • Tom Fennell (Paul Scherrer Institute) - “Multiple Coulomb phase in the fluoride pyrochlore CsNiCrF6”
    • Stephen Hayden (University of Bristol) - “No evidence for orbital loop currents in charge ordered YBa2Cu3O6+x from polarized neutron diffraction”
    • Dmytro Inosov (TU Dresden) - “Anisotropy of magnetic excitations in the quadrupole ordered CeB6”
    • Bernhard Keimer (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research) - “Higgs mode and its decay in a two-dimensional antiferromagnet”
    • Emilie Lefrançois (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research @ ESRF) - “Magnetic fragmentation in pyrochlore iridates”
    • Marisa Medarde (Paul Scherrer Institute) - “Design of room temperature spiral multiferroics with layered perovskite structure"
    • Joseph Paddison (Churchill College Cambridge) - “Spin fragmentation in the kagome magnet Dy3Mg2Sb3O14”
    • Diana Quintero Castro (University of Stavanger) - Frustration vs. single-ion anisotropy in the family of compounds: SrLn2O4"
    • Henrik Rønnow (EPFL) - “Observation of a 4-spin plaquette single state in the Shastry-Sutherland compound SrCu2(BO3)2"
    • Jonathan White (Paul Scherrer Institute) - “Coupled multiferroic domain switching in the canted canonical spin spiral system Mn2GeO4”
     
  • The organizing committee

    María Teresa Fernández-Díaz (ILL) 

    Mechthild Enderle (ILL) 

    Navid Qureshi (ILL) 

    Pascale Deen (ESS)
     
  • Organisation contact

    For further information or if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us: MM2018@ill.fr
     
  • Registration
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