An International Conference on Magnetic
August 11-13, 2004
We invite you to attend The Magnetic Recording
Conference (TMRC), 11-13
August 2004, in Boulder, Colorado,
Complete information, program, and registration form are available at <http://www.iist.scu.edu>. We urge you to register before 25 July for the conference and as soon as possible at the conference hotel (very favorable room rate and limited room availability).
Chairman, TMRC 2004
Gerardo Bertero, Ph.D.
1710 Automation Parkway
San Jose, CA 95131
(408) 576-2895 (office)
(408) 944-0107 (fax)
North American Perpendicular Magnetic Recording Conference (NAPMRC) is a review of the progress in the development of perpendicular magnetic recording.
The NAPMRC has a single session format with all the invited papers forming the body of the conference. Contributed papers are presented at a special poster session. The conference is a highly interactive meeting serving as a forum to evaluate the up to date status of the development efforts of perpendicular recording. All the major topics related to the technology are presented, which include recording heads, media, system integration, channels, etc.
NAPMRC 2004 will be held in Boulder, Colorado jointly with
The Magnetic Recording Conference TMRC on August 10-13, 2004.
August 22 –27, 2004
Big Sky Resort (Montana,
Chair: P. Bruno (Halle)
Vice-chair: J.S. Moodera (Cambridge, MA)
Fabrication of nanostructures – top-down / bottom-up: C. Ross (Cambridge, MA) / W.D. Schneider (Lausanne)
Magnetic tunnel junctions: S. Yuasa (Tsukuba)
Magnetic anisotropy of nanoclusters: H. Brune (Lausanne)
Magnetic microscopies: R. Wiesendanger (Hamburg)
Spin-current induced magnetic excitations: M.D. Stiles (Gaithersburg) / R.A. Buhrman (Ithaca)
Ultrafast spin dynamics: Th. Rasing (Nijmegen) / C. Chappert (Orsay) / H.C. Siegmann (Stanford) Spin injection: W.W. Rühle (Marburg)
Spin logic: R. Koch (Berlin)
Spin manipulation and quantum computing: D.D. Awschalom (Santa Barbara)
Point contacts and nanowires: G. Tatara (Osaka) / W. Rippard (Boulder)
Magnetic semiconductors: P.H. Dederichs (Jülich) / H. Ohno (Sendai)
Kondo effect in self-organized nanostructures: K. Kern (Stuttgart)
Spin-dependent effects in quantum dots: J. Martinek (Poznan) / D. Goldhaber-Gordon (Stanford)
Berry phase, spin chirality, and anomalous Hall effect: Y. Taguchi (Sendai)
Ninth International Conference of Ferrites
August 23-27, 2004
Cathedral Hill Hotel, San Francisco, California,
Abstract Submission Deadline—March 1, 2004
The conference will cover all areas of basic science and technology for ferrites and related materials. Special emphasis will be placed on advanced findings and emerging technologies that are expected to open new horizons for ferrites in the twenty first century. Papers on the results of academic, technical, and industrial studies are welcome. The subject areas for ICF9 are as follows:
1. Physics of ferrites and related materials
2. Chemistry of ferrites and related materials
3. Crystal growth, sintering and microstructure
4. Thin films, multilayers, and fine particles
5. Other basic science
6. Raw materials and manufacturing processes/facilities
7. Soft magnetic materials and cores
8. Hard magnetic materials and magnets
9. Magnetic recording media, heads and systems
10. Magneto-optics and applications
11. High frequency and microwave ferrites
12. Bio-magnetics and medical applications
13. Power magnetics
14. Transducers and sensors
15. Other applications
16. Nano-structured ferrites and related materials
17. Magnetic fluids, magnetorheological fluids, and novel magnetic devices
18. Multilayer chip inductors
19. Other novel emerging technologies
20. Other special topics
In addition to contributed oral and poster papers in the above areas, ICF9 will include a number of invited speakers, symposia, panel discussions, and workshops. The Program Chair (email@example.com) welcomes suggestions for invitees, special topic sessions, as well as the names of possible organizers for such sessions. The Program Committee will review all suggestions and assemble a slate of invited speakers and special sessions in key areas of current interest to the ferrite community.
Possible symposia, panel, and workshop topics include:
Scientists and engineers working in the broad area of ferrite materials, science, and applications are invited to submit abstracts for consideration by the Program Committee. Abstracts for contributed papers must be submitted electronically through The American Ceramic Society Online Conference Management Submission (OCMS) system. Potential submitters as well as prospective attendees are invited to visit the ICF9 Web site at www.ceramics.org/meetings/ferrites.
Abstracts must be 300 words or less in length, not counting the title, author and address by-lines, and references. An acknowledgement of receipt will be sent by e-mail. If acknowledgement is not received, the abstract was not properly submitted. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have problems with submission of your abstracts.
Acceptance notices will be sent out in early April, 2003. The web submission software will automatically produce the accepted abstracts in the proper format for publication in the ICF9 Meeting Guide.
Organizations and companies with ferrite related services and products are invited to serve as industrial sponsors for the conference. These organizations, especially those involved in ferrite production, raw materials supply, production equipment manufacture, and measuring instrumentation, are invited to exhibit their products in a specially designated ICF9 exhibit area. Further information on sponsorship and exhibits will be sent out shortly. Contact Christine Schnitzer at email@example.com for more information.Conference Proceedings
American Ceramic Society (ACerS)
Ms. Christine Schnitzer firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to be placed on the ICF9 mailing list for future announcements, please visit the conference web link indicated above or contact Ms. Schnitzer by email.
The Joint European Magnetic Symposia, JEMS, are the unification of the two most important conferences on magnetism regularly organized in Europe, namely EMMA (European Magnetic Materials and Applications) and MRM (Magnetic Recording Materials). JEMS focus on magnetism research and applications as well as new magnetic materials. Information about the conference is available at:
February 1, 2004 Deadline for abstract submission
March 15, 2004 Notification about abstract acceptance
May 15, 2004 Deadline for advanced registration
June 30, 2004 Deadline for paper submission
For further information, please contact the organisers at the following address:
A. Kirchner: IFW Dresden, P.O. Box 27 00 16, 01171 Dresden, Germany
Phone: +49 351 4659 405 / 460
Fax: +49 351 4659 541
EIGHTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON
MAGNETIC MATERIALS, PROCESSES AND DEVICES
Part of the 206th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society
October 3-8, 2004 Honolulu, Hawaii
Call for Papers
Magnetic thin films play important roles in data recording systems, sensors, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and other devices. New knowledge continues to be acquired in magnetic film processing including: film nucleation and growth, structure of deposits, stress and micromagnetics of films, thermal and magnetic annealing, electrochemical and electroless plating systems, etching, process chemistry, tool design, process control, etc. Our understanding of the correlations between deposition parameters, film composition, structure, properties and device performance also continues to improve.
The purpose of the symposium is to bring together electrochemists, physicists, engineers, and device designers who are working in the area of magnetic thin-film technology to review the present state of the field and to point out fruitful new areas for research. Materials of interest include Fe, Ni, Co, and their alloys, as well as laterally patterned, laminated or compositionally modulated structures, including nanowires and self-organized films
The symposium will further cover subjects specific to the fabrication of thin-film heads, microelectromechanical systems, micromotors, and other magnetic devices. The symposium will include invited review or tutorial papers and contributed papers.
Publication of a Proceedings Volume to be available after the Meeting is provisionally planned.
Acceptance of a paper in this symposium (oral or poster) obliges the authors to submit a camera-ready copy of the full proceedings volume manuscript at the meeting. Instructions for preparing the manuscript will be sent out by the symposium organizers after the notification of acceptance is distributed by the ECS Headquarters Office. Abstracts, suggestions, and inquiries should be sent electronically to ECS Headquarters and the symposium organizers. Abstracts must be received at ECS Headquarters by June 1, 2004.
C. Bonhôt, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, email@example.com;
S.R. Brankovic,Seagate Research, firstname.lastname@example.org;
W. Schwarzacher, University of Bristol , email@example.com;
G. Zangari ,University of Virginia firstname.lastname@example.org;
T. Osaka ,Waseda University, email@example.com
Y. Kitamoto Tokyo Institute of Technologykitamoto@iem.titech.ac.jp
the Symposium website at
for updates and to see the Table of Contents of previous Proceedings volumes.
This conference annually brings together scientists and engineers interested in recent developments in all branches of fundamental and applied magnetism. Emphasis is placed on experimental and theoretical research in magnetism, the properties and synthesis of new magnetic materials, and advances in magnetic technology. The Program consists of invited and contributed papers. Abstract booklets will be made available at the Conference, and Proceedings will be published in the Journal of Applied Physics.Categories for submission include:
Abstracts must be submitted prior to the July 2, 2004 deadline. This deadline will be strictly observed. Advance Registration for the conference will be available by August 1, 2004. More information will be posted on the MMM Homepage. Advance Registration via the web is the most convenient way to register and is highly recommended.
The conference will take place in Jacksonville, Florida. Jacksonville was the site of the first European settlement in Florida, and it is now the largest city in Florida and the largest city in the
Venue: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest,
Authors are invited to send 2 pages short contribution to the Abstract Book. After reviewing, the accepted papers will be presented in oral and poster sessions at the Symposium. The full version of the papers after second review will be published in Physica B.
As the 5th International Symposium on Hysteresis and Micromagnetics Modeling (HMM-2005) will be devoted to the memory of the 100 year anniversary of the birth of Ferenc Preisach, whose hysteresis model is bearing his name, on this occasion a memorial volume on the Preisach model and its different modifications will be published, where researchers, working in the field of Preisach models are cordially invited to submit manuscripts.. After a peer review process the papers will be published in Preisach memorial book.
The topics are
The accepted manuscripts submitted will be published by the Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest.
Full paper to the book: 10 January, 2005
Review and acceptance of the paper: 10 February, 2005.
Corrected version of the paper: 10 March, 2005.