- AVS, Magnetic
Interfaces and Nanostructures, Anaheim, CA,
2004, 49th Conference
on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Jacksonville, Florida,
2005, 5th Int.
Symposium on Hysteresis and Micromagnetic Modeling, Budapest,
– June1, 2005.
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
Fundamental Properties and Cooperative Phenomena
Materials and Applications
Magnetics and Imaging
Materials and Applications
Materials and Applications
and Interdisciplinary Topics
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 United States by
land area. More than a million souls make their home in Jacksonville. It
is a major hub of commerce and has extensive freight-handling facilities.
Blessed with a deep-water port, the town has prospered from shipyards, automobile
imports and naval operations. The area's remarkable natural beauty makes
tourism a leading industry. The conference hotel, the Adam's
Mark Jacksonville, is the newest premier hotel in Northeast Florida.
Located downtown on the St. Johns Riverfront, the hotel is adjacent to the
Jacksonville Landing entertainment and shopping area and only 18 miles from
the airport. More details, conference rates and a Hotel Room Reservation
Form will all be available on the MMM Conference website by this summer.
Room reservations can be made beginning in August. http://www.magnetism.org/
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5th International Symposium on
Hysteresis and Micromagnetic Modeling
May 30 – June1, 2005
Venue: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, Roosevelt Sq. 9.
Organized by the
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
in cooperation with the
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science
Pollack Mihaly College of Engineering, University of Pecs
Call for Papers
The 5th International Symposium on Hysteresis and Micromagnetic
Modeling (HMM-2005) will be held at Budapest, Hungary. The previous Symposia were held at The George Washington
University, Virginia Campus. Ashburn, VA, USA (1996), University of Perugia. Perugia, Italy (1999), The George Washington University, Virginia
Campus. Ashburn, VA, USA (2001), and at the University of
Salamanca. Salamanca, Spain (2003). The 5th International Symposium on Hysteresis
and Micromagnetic Modeling is devoted to the 100 year anniversary of birth
of Hungarian scientist F. Preisach, the creator of the hysteresis model,
bearing his name.
The aim of
the 5th International Symposium on Hysteresis and Micromagnetic Modeling
is intended to be a forum for presentation and discussion of the most recent
advancements in the fields of hysteresis modeling and computational micromagnetics. Continuing with the tradition of the previous
HMM symposia, HMM-2005 has a strong interdisciplinary character . Our aim is to bring together scientists with a
wide range of backgrounds and interests (physicists, mathematicians, material
scientists, engineers, etc) to exchange ideas, methods, and results. Although
special emphasis will be on magnetic hysteresis, there will be sessions
in the program focused on the universal aspects of hysteresis, independently
of its origin. The scientific program of the 3-day symposium will consist
of several talks by invited speakers, and a larger number of contributed
talks and posters, organized along different thematic sessions.
of the Symposium
hysteresis and coupled problems, mathematics of hysteresis, statistical aspects,
- Preisach modeling.
- Vector hysteresis
experiments and measurements.
- Barkhausen noise, disorder, chaotic
spin models, random-field models, domain wall models, etc.
- Dynamic hysteresis,
thermal relaxation, aftereffects.
- Micromagnetics, theory.
- Micromagnetics, numerical techniques,
field calculations, standard problems.
- Micromagnetics, applications, hysteresis
properties of nanoparticles, spin dynamics of coherent structures, etc.
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
of Abstracts, January 10, 2005.
of acceptance, February 10, 2005.
and hotel reservation, till March 30, 2005.
of full papers, May 30, 2005.
o Symposium, 30 May --1 June 2005
Preisach Memorial Book
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
The accepted manuscripts submitted will be published
by the Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest.
Full paper to the book: 10
Review and acceptance of the paper: 10
Corrected version of the paper : 10
Co-Chair, Dr. Amalia Ivanyi
Executive Secretary, Mr. Miklos KuczmannTechnical Secretary, Mr.
Department of Broadband Infocommunication and Electromagnetic
Budapest University of Technology
and Economics, Egry J.
18. H-1521, Budapest, Hungary,
Tel: +36-1-463-2817, + 36 1 463 1049, Fax: +36-1-463-3189