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School of Physics and Astronomy

QMUL hosts CRIM 2013

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CCMMP at Queen Mary are hosting Current Research in Magnetism (CRIM), with support from the Materials Research Institute and the IOP Magnetism Group.

CRIM is a one day meeting that aims to explore topical areas of magnetism, from quantum magnetism all the way to nanostructures and bulk macroscopic materials, associated with various applications such as sensors, energy and environmental applications and biomedical applications. Organised on behalf of the IOP Magnetism Group, and supported by the Materials Research Institute at Queen Mary, the meeting will provide researchers with an opportunity to present their work at an informal meeting to a broad cross-section of the magnetism community. Contributed work from graduates and post-doctoral researchers are particularly encouraged and priority will be given to them in the allocation of oral presentations.

The meeting will run from 10am until early-evening on the 9th September 2013. Lunch, coffee breaks and a wine reception will be provided. There will be no fee for attending this meeting.

Further information can be found here. Please contact Alan Drew if you have any questions about this event.