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2nd Advanced Vampire Workshop 22-26 July 2019  ‌

The second advanced VAMPIRE workshop will be held in the Department of Physics at the University of York, UK between 22 - 26 July 2019. The workshop is targetted at scientists and engineers wishing to study magnetic materials and devices at the atomistic level.

The workshop will cover the basic and advanced features of the VAMPIRE code which can be used to study a wide range of magnetic materials and phenomena, from zero temperature ground states, equilibrium properties and magnetization dynamics.

The workshop will be a mixture of lectures, demonstrations and practical sessions giving hands-on experience of atomistic modelling of magnetic materials with Monte Carlo and Atomistic Spin Dynamics methods.  On the last day there will be a project specific activity where researchers can get help for simulating systems and properties for their specific interests.  Finally there will be an opportunity to discuss the future direction of the VAMPIRE code and new features to be developed which can best serve the magnestism and spintronics communities.

For more information, please visit Vampire Workshop Website.  

  

1st Advanced Vampire Workshop 10-15 September 2017  ‌

The first advanced VAMPIRE workshop will be held in the Department of Physics at the University of York between 10th - 15th September 2017. The workshop is targetted at scientists and engineers wishing to study magnetic materials and devices at the atomistic level.

The workshop will cover the basic and advanced features of the VAMPIRE code which can be used to study a wide range of magnetic materials and phenomena, from zero temperature ground states, equilibrium properties and magnetization dynamics.

For more information, please visit Vampire Workshop Website.  Click here to register.

 

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Thai/UK workshop on magnetism and magnetic materials 2017

We are pleased to announce the first Thai/UK workshop on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, which will be held in Bangkok from 21-22 March 2017, with support of the Industry Academia Partnership Programme of the Royal Academy of Engineering and Seagate Technology.  The scope of the meeting will cover general topics in magnetism with an emphasis on the physical and technological aspects of magnetic information storage.  The programme will consist of invited papers from Industry and Academia and plenary lectures from three of the Distinguished Lecturers of the IEEE Magnetics Society for 2017.

NanoMed:  4th December 2015 

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Magnetism Winter School:    Postgraduate Magnetism Techniques

12 August 2015

Talk by Visiting Professor Dieter Weller at 11:00.  Abstract.

Location:  Seminar Room, 2nd floor, Market Square

Poster session

14 July 2015

CMPi talks and poster session, Heslington East 

10 July 2014

CMP Workshop, Heslington East      

9 July 2013

CMP Workshop, Ron Cooke Hub

2 July 2012

CMP Workshop, Heslington East

Talks