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Theoretical and Experimental Magnetism Meetings


Theoretical and experimental investigations on strongly correlated electron materials are driven by the desire to understand basic many-body interactions as well as to investigate the relevance of the materials to possible technological applications. The complexity of the problem of correlations makes the field intrinsically interdisciplinary, requiring an international coordination for the achievement of reliable solutions. 

In this context, the Theoretical and Experimental Magnetism Meetings (TEMM), which started in 2003, have become a tradition of the UK, European, as well as international magnetism communities, and are now an integral part of the magnetism week of the Condensed Matter Physics in the City conference. 

These meetings provide an international forum for the presentation and discussion of recent developments in magnetism-related condensed matter theories and experiments, with a special emphasis on recent developments and new discoveries. Presentations consist of plenary talks, invited talks and contributed talks, including overview presentations on specific topics in fast developing areas of condensed matter physics for the benefit of graduate students. The meetings feature also a poster session on the evening of day one. 


Topics include:

  • Exotic Superconductivity
  • Quantum Phase Transitions
  • Orbital Ordering
  • Low-dimension Magnetism
  • Frustrated systems
  • Molecular and Nano-Magnetism
  • Manganites and Multi-Ferroelectricity
  • Emergent properties
  • Computational Physics

Organisers :

D.T.Adroja, A.T.Boothroyd, C. Castelnovo, P. Coleman, J.P. Goff, M. Eschrig, N.Harrison, S.M.Hayden, K.A.McEwen, T.G.Perring, P.G.Radaelli, G. Sordi, R.Stewart, W.A.Temmerman


Hubbard Theory ConsortiumCECAM, IoP Magnetism and Neutron Scattering Groups, and the ISIS Facility, SEPnet, PSI, HZB, and  MPI.

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