The International Conference on Quantum Materials and Technologies, ICQMT2022, Bodrum,Turkey  

Members of the international scientific and engineering communities interested in recent developments in quantum materials and technologies are all welcome to attend the ICQMT2022 and contribute to its technical sessions. ICQMT2022 provides a fruitful platform with a driving force for solid-state physicists, chemists, material scientists, engineers, computer scientists, technologists, decision-makers, and other professionals in the related fields of quantum materials and technologies. The conference scope consists of 7 mainstreams as thematic topics of interest. The expertise of best-established scientists and professionals from all around the world has been put together in preparation for a strong scientific program. Many distinguished participants from all over the world will present their latest and unpublished research findings. An associated exhibition will also be held for the presentation of innovative products and research, to promote exchanges of high-tech experiences between industry and academia. ICQMT is expected to attract around 1000 participants all around the globe with plenary, half-plenary, keynote, invited, contributed oral and poster presentations together with unique networking opportunities.

Trends in Magnetism (TMAG 2022), Sept 4-9, 2022
Venice, Italy

Trends in Magnetism (TMAG) is a multidisciplinary forum to share the latest advancements in magnetism, with a particular focus on trending topics. TMAG 2022 is the second event in a series of international conferences initiated by the PetaSpin association, which started with TMAG 2020 in Cefalù. The location of TMAG 2024 will be announced in Venice. The main theme of TMAG 2022 will be “Antiferromagnetism and Light” where we want to create a chance for the experts in these two broad fields to meet and move the scientific community forward. “Light” (from terahertz to X-rays) offers a chance to measure many of the properties of antiferromagnets in time and space. However, it is a much more challenging effort than studying ferromagnets, since the principal magneto-optical effects are linear in the net magnetization, which is zero in antiferromagnets at equilibrium. This greatly limits the possibility of studying ultrathin or even two-dimensional antiferromagnets, relevant for future data storage and computing applications. With the recent impressive advancement in the capabilities of laser sources, and in the understanding of antiferromagnets and antiferromagnetic nanostructures, we are at a timely moment to attempt a “quantum leap” in the field having the leading scientists in those fields to meet and discuss.

ICMMM 2022: 16. International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials April 07-08, 2022 in Cancun, Mexico

International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.

From March 14 to 18, join more than 12,000 physicists in Chicago and online for the 2022 APS March Meeting.

The 15th Joint MMM-INTERMAG Conference (2022 Joint) is sponsored jointly by AIP Publishing and the IEEE Magnetics Society. Members of the international scientific and engineering communities interested in recent developments in fundamental and applied magnetism are invited to attend and contribute to the technical sessions. The technical program will include invited and contributed papers in oral and poster sessions, invited symposia, a plenary session, and an evening session, with about 1500 presentations overall. This Conference provides an outstanding opportunity for worldwide participants to meet their colleagues and collaborators and discuss developments in all areas of magnetism research.