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CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT 1

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CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT 2

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CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT 3

10th Joint MMM/Intermag Conference
January 7-11, 2007, Baltimore, Maryland

 

FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS
Abstract Deadline: August 9, 2006

The 10th Joint Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (MMM)/Intermag Conference will be held at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland from Sunday, January 7 through Thursday, January 11, 2007. Members of the international scientific and engineering communities interested in recent developments in magnetism and associated technologies are invited to attend the Conference and contribute to its technical sessions.

SCOPE OF THE CONFERENCE:

This Conference will include all basic and applied science and technology related to the field of magnetism. The technical subject categories for the Conference are located at the end of this Call.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

  • The presenting author must be a paid registrant. The Conference does not provide support for any contributed papers.
  • Abstracts must be submitted prior to the August 9, 2006 deadline.
  • All abstracts must be submitted via the WEB submission system ONLY.
  • Submit all abstracts electronically, using the link found at (http://www.magnetism.org). The link will be available starting July 19, 2006.
  • Abstracts should be 300 words or less, and are limited by the submission system.
  • Abstract acceptance will be announced via email. Authors will be advised as to the status of their submission by mid September 2006.

PROGRAM:

The program will consist of invited and contributed papers falling broadly within the scope of the categories listed at the end of this Call.

 

PUBLICATION:

The Proceedings of the Conference will be published in June 2007 as special issues of the Journal of Applied Physics and IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. Entire sessions will be assigned to one or the other of these publications by the Program Committee. All manuscripts must be received by October 31, 2006.

 

EXHIBITS:

An exhibition of related services, equipment, materials, software, technical journals and books will be held as a part of the 2007 Joint MMM/Intermag Conference. Individuals and organizations who are interested in purchasing booth space should contact Roseann Kuryla, Exhibits Coordinator at Courtesy Associates at: email: 2007joint@courtesyassoc.com Fax: 202-973-8722.

 

REGISTRATION:

Advance Conference Registration will be available starting October 1,2006.

 

VISA REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY INTO THE USA:

Citizens of other countries must carry a valid passport and visa to enter the USA. Foreign participants should contact the United States.

Embassy, Consulate, or Office of Tourism in their home country AS SOON AS OSSIBLE to determine their particular visa requirements. Participants requiring visas must initiate the application process many months in advance of their departure date. More details at: http://www.magnetism.org

TECHNICAL SUBJECT CATEGORIES

  • Fundamental Properties and Cooperative Phenomena
  • Magnetoelectronic Materials and Applications
  • Computational Magnetics and Imaging
  • Soft Magnetic Materials and Applications
  • Hard Magnetic Materials and Applications
  • Structured Materials
  • Special Magnetic Materials
  • Magnetic Recording
  • Sensors (not magnetic recording), High Frequency and Power Devices
  • Applications and Interdisciplinary Topics

CHAIRMAN

Julie Borchers

www.magnetism.org

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CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT 4

Nano and Giga Challenges in Electronics and Photonics
From Atoms to Materials to Devices to System Architecture

Symposium and Spring School (Tutorial Lectures)
Phoenix, Arizona, March 12-16, 2007

Conference Overview

Microelectronics technologies have reached a new stage in their development: the latest miniaturization of electronic devices is approaching atomic dimensions, interconnect bottlenecks are limiting circuit speeds, new materials are being introduced into microelectronics manufacture at an unprecedented rate, and alternative technologies to mainstream CMOS are being considered. As a marriage of today's micro-, tomorrow's nano- and future molecular electronics this series of conferences on Nano and Giga Challenges in Microelectronics (NGCM) is being launched. Following the first successful forums in Moscow, Russia (NGCM2002) and in Krakow, Poland (NGCM2004) the third meeting will be held in Phoenix, Arizona in 2007 hosted by Arizona State University in cooperation with Nano & Giga Solutions and other local, national and international organizations, Universities, research centers, companies and governmental agencies.

GIGAntic challenges for the continuing growth of information technologies beyond the fundamental physical limits in scaling electronic devices to NANO dimension has sparked an unprecedented level of interdisciplinary and international cooperation between industrial and academic researchers, companies - IT market rivals, and countries, including former political and military rivals. The next forum in Phoenix, Arizona, invites academic and industrial researchers to present tutorial, expository and original research papers dedicated to the scientific and advanced technologically problems related to the ultimate merge of micro- and nanoelectronics and photonics in specific areas, such as atomic scale materials design: theory and experiment; bio- and molecular electronics and photonics; high frequency electronics; fabrication of nanodevices; magnetic materials and spintronics; materials and processes for integrated and subwave optoelectronics; nanoCMOS: new materials for FETs and other devices; nanoelectronics system architecture; nano optics and lasers; non-silicon materials and devices; quantum effects in devices.

Organizers

Co-Chairmen

Herb Goronkin (Advisory Board), Technology Acceleration Associates, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Stephen Goodnick (Program Committee), Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA
Anatoli Korkin (Organizing and Program Committee), Nano & Giga Solutions, Gilbert, Arizona, USA
http://www.AtomicScaleDesign.Net/ngc2007
http://ngc2007.asu.edu

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Forthcoming Conferences


17TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MAGNETISM ICM
  August 20-25, 2006;
Kyoto International Conference Hall, Kyoto, Japan
This triennial meeting is organized under the auspices of the International Union for Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP). The first of the series took place during 1958 in Grenoble, France, and has been followed by similar, highly regarded, conferences held in various parts of the world.

These are dedicated to the presentation and discussion of the latest developments and ideas relevant to magnetic and related materials.

ICM 2006 is jointly sponsored by the Science Council of Japan, the Physical Society of Japan, The Magnetics Society of Japan, The Japan Society of Applied Physics and the Japan Institute of Metals.
Contact JTB Communications: Tel: (+81) 6-6348-1391; Fax: (+81) 6-6456-4105; E-mail: icm2006@jtbcom.co.jp
http://icm2006.com/
ICM 2006

 

HIGHLY FRUSTRATED MAGNETISM 2006
  15-Aug-2006 - 19-Aug-2006

Highly Frustrated Magnetism 2006 (HFM2006) will be held at Icho Kaikan, which is the alumnus union building for Osaka university medical school, Osaka, Japan.
The conference is a satellite of the International Conference on Magnetism (ICM17), which will be held during Aug. 20th - 25th in Kyoto, Japan.
More information is available at www.kobe-u.ac.jp/hfm2006/index.html

 

YAMADA CONFERENCE LX
  16-Aug-2006 - 19-Aug-2006
Research in High Magnetic Fields,
Sendai Civic Auditorium in Sendai, Japan

The International Conference on Research in High Magnetic Fields will take place in Sendai (Japan) as the "Yamada Conference LX RHMF2006" from August 16th to August 19th 2006, jointly hosted by the High Field Laboratory for Superconducting Materials (HFLSM), Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, and "The High Magnetic Field Forum of Japan". It is a satellite symposium of the International Conference on Magnetism ICM 2006, in Kyoto, Japan, from August 20th to August 25th 2006, and succeeds symposia in Toulouse (2003), Porto (2000), Sydney (1997), Nijmegen (1994), Amsterdam (1991), Leuven (1988) and Osaka (1982). The conference aims to cover recent advance of research in high magnetic fields. The scientific program is planned including tutorial topics, plenary lectures and invited papers as well as contributed papers. Both oral and poster sessions will be scheduled.

More information

 

IEE MEGAGAUSS XI CONFERENCE 2006
  10-Sep-2006 - 14-Sep-2006
Imperial College, London, UK

The Megagauss XI Conference is the latest in a line of conferences that date back to 1965, when Megagauss I took place in Italy at Frascati (Roma). Since then subsequent conferences have brought together distinguished scientists and technologists from many countries to present their latest theoretical and experimental studies in such areas as the generation of ultrahigh magnetic fields, the development of flux compression generators, liner implosions for fusion problems, high-current switching technologies, and the application of these techniques in many areas of science and technology.
For further information, please visit www.IEE.org or contact powerpns@iee.org.

 

19TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON RARE EARTH PERMANENT MAGNETS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
  August 29-September 2, 2006;
Beijing International Convention Center, Beijing, China
Contact Prof. Li Wenxiu: Tel: (+86) 10-65211206; Fax: (+86) 10-6512-4122; E-mail: SQ@csm.org.cn
http://www.csm.org.cn/REPM06.HTM

 

52ND CONFERENCE ON MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS
  November 5-9, 2007; Tampa, Florida

 

INTERMAG CONFERENCE
  May 4–8, 2008, Madrid, Spain

 

53RD CONFERENCE ON MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS
  November 10-14, 2008; Austin, Texas
 

 

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