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60 Years of Progress in Magnetism

PGI Lecture Hall, Forschungszentrum Jülich


Advances in the field of magnetism over the past decades have been tremendous.

Nowadays we benefit greatly from many of the unforeseen fortuitous consequences of the discoveries made many years ago (such as the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction formulated 60 years ago). Novel trends in areas which were previously only loosely related to magnetism in transition-metals (such as topological concepts of matter) or positioned at the outskirts of quantum magnetism (such as magnetic bubbles) have largely shaped the face of modern magnetism as we know it.

This workshop, which will take place on May 18th-19th in the PGI Lecture Hall at Forschungszentrum Jülich, will be of interest not only to the senior scientists working in magnetism, but also to the younger researchers, graduate and undergraduate students.

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