The European Conference
PHYSICS OF MAGNETISM 2008
June 24-27, 2008 Poznan, POLAND
Conference sponsored by European Physical Society
Papers can be submitted either for poster or oral presentation. All abstracts will be refereed and the Organizing Committee will make a final decision on the assignment of papers to sessions and the presentation mode. The authors are asked to send the abstract to the Conference Office by e-mail (email@example.com) in LaTeX format. The abstract should strictly follow the instructions given below.
The abstract should contain (up to 200 words) information about content of the paper. It should be informative and not only indicate the general scope of the paper but also state the main results obtained and conclusions drawn. The abstract should be complete in itself.
The authors are required to type the abstracts exactly according to the following instructions concerning style and format. The whole abstract must be limited to one column (13.4 cm wide and 9.7 cm high) of the following layout:
TITLE OF THE ABSTRACT
Name(s) of author(s)
Text of the abstract ...
The title of the paper should be written at the top of the column in boldfaced upper case letters and centered. The title should be brief and descriptive. The title line(s) and author name(s) should be separated by a one-line space. The name(s) of author(s) should be written in bold typefaces and centered. The affiliation(s)/address(es) should be centered. If author's present address is different from the address where the work was carried out, this should be given as a foot-note. The affiliation(s)/address(es) and the text should be separated by one-line space. Text of the abstract should be typed with a one-line spacing, using Times Roman typeface or an equivalent. We recommend 10 or 11 point size fonts. Since two abstracts have to be placed on one page of the abstract book, in any case do not exceed the required size of the column i.e. ( 13.4 cm wide and 9.7 cm high) .
Authors should state (below the text) the Abstract Category, their preference for oral or poster presentation and the address (including e-mail) for further correspondence.
You can download the LaTeX style filepmabst.sty for abstract preparation as well as a model abstract.
1. Strongly Correlated Electrons and High Temperature Superconductivity Heavy fermions and Kondo systems; Charge, orbital, and multipole orderings and excitations; Quantum phase transitions; Metal-insulator transitions; Highly correlated metals and insulators; Itinerant electron magnetism; Organic conductors; Low dimensional conductors, Correlation effects in mesoscopic systems; Multiferroics.
2. Quantum and Classical Spin Systems Low dimensional quantum magnets; Frustrated magnets and spin liquids; Quantum phase transitions; Lattice effects and spin Peierls systems; Solitons and non-linear effects; Statistical mechanics of quantum and classical systems; Molecular magnetism; Quantum tunnelling and coherence; Quantum information; Organic and organo-metallic materials.
3. Magnetic Structure and Dynamics Crystal field and anisotropy; Magnetic structure and spin waves; Dynamic phenomena; Electronic structure; Magnetic interactions; Rare-earth and actinide magnetism; Transition metal alloys and compounds; Spin glasses; Random magnets; Magnonic crystals.
4. Spin Electronics and Magneto-Transport Magnetoresistance effects; Current induced magnetization reversal; Spin injection and accumulation; Spin Hall effect, Magnetic Semiconductors; Optical properties; Quantum computation.
5. Nano-structure, Surfaces, and Interfaces Surfaces and interfaces; Films, multilayers and superlattices; Exchange interaction and anisotropy; Spin dynamics, Patterned films; Nanoparticles; Nanowires and dots.
6. Soft and Hard Magnetic Materials Amorphous and nanocrystalline materials; Granular materials; Ferrites, garnets and microwave materials; Permanent magnets; Magnetization processes; Magneto-elastic and magnetostrictive materials; Modeling and simulations.
7. Applications Magnetic sensors; Ferromagnetic shape-memory materials; Actuators and magnetic drives; Magnetic refrigeration; Magnetic fluids; Magnetic separation and levitation.
8. Other Topics Biomagnetics, Magnetism in medicine, Measuring techniques and instruments, Magnetic recording and memories.
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