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3rd International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, will be organized around the theme “Get Attracted to the World of Magnet”

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The force of attraction or repulsion acting from a distance is defined as Magnetism. Magnetic field is generated by the movement of electrically charged particles. It is essential in magnetic objects such as magnet. There are two poles in a magnet- North (N) and South (S) poles. Opposite poles of two magnets will attract each other and each will repel the like pole of the other magnet. Diverse varieties of magnetism lead some magnets to attract and others to repel. Magnetism symbolizes to the attraction of iron and other metals in magnets and electric currents.

  • Track 1-1Diamagnetism
  • Track 1-2Paramagnetism
  • Track 1-3Ferromagnetism
  • Track 1-4Anti ferromagnetism
  • Track 1-5Ferrimagnetism
  • Track 1-6Superparamagnetism
  • Track 1-7Molecular magnetism
  • Track 1-8Computational magnetism
  • Track 1-9Chemical magnetism
  • Track 1-10Biomagnetism
  • Track 1-11One dimensional magnetism
  • Track 1-12Highly frustrated magnetism

The magnetism advanced by a current of electricity is labelled as Electromagnetism. A vital physical force that is accountable for connections between charged elements which arise because of their charge and for the emanation and captivation of photons, which is hundredth the strength of the solid force, and that ranges over immeasurable distances but is foremost over atomic and molecular distances; also termed as Electromagnetic Force. It is a branch of physics that deals with the physical relations between electricity and magnetism. The work of the human brain is founded on Electromagnetism. Electrical instincts cause the actions inside the brain and it has some magnetic field. When two magnetic fields cross each other inside the brain, interference occurs, which is not healthy for the brain.

  • Track 2-1Magnetism and magnetic fields
  • Track 2-2Electric currents in magnetic fields
  • Track 2-3Electromagnetic induction
  • Track 2-4Magneto-electric phenomena
  • Track 2-5Magneto-resistance
  • Track 2-6Magneto-impedance
  • Track 2-7Magneto-dielectric materials
  • Track 2-8Electromagnetic devices
  • Track 2-9Electromagnetic radiation
  • Track 2-10Magnetic sensors
Spintronics is an evolving field of nanoscale electronics concerning the recognition and operation of electron spin. Electron spin can be distinguished as a magnetic field having one of two alignments, known as up and down. This provides an additional two binary states to the conventional low and high logic values, which are represented by simple currents. With the addition of the spin state to the mix, a bit can have four possible states, which might be called down-low, down-high, up-low, and up-high. These four states represent quantum bits (qubits). Spintronic technology has been tested in mass-storage components such as hard drives. The technology also holds promise for digital electronics in general. The existence of four, rather than two, defined states for a logic bit translates into higher data transfer speed, greater processing power, increased memory density, and increased storage capacity, provided the properties of electron spin can be sufficiently controlled for practical applications.
 
  • Track 3-1Spin orbitronics
  • Track 3-2Antiferromagnetic spintronics
  • Track 3-3Spin injection
  • Track 3-4Spin transfer torques
  • Track 3-5Graphene and topological insulators
  • Track 3-6Spin glasses
  • Track 3-7Spin frustration
  • Track 3-8Quantum spin liquids
  • Track 3-9Spin effects
  • Track 3-10Spin waves
  • Track 3-11Spin structure
  • Track 3-12Magnetic skyrmions
  • Track 3-13Semiconductor spintronics

Nanotechnology is the practice and perfection of materials at macromolecular, molecular and atomic scales. The arena of materials science includes the detection, classification, possessions, and applications of nanoscale materials. Materials property at nanoscale fluctuates expressively from the higher scale material properties. Nanotechnology products are now in practice. Scientists and experts are expecting the marketplaces are going to raise by hundreds of billions of euros throughout this era. Nanotechnology is the controlling and regulation of matter at magnitudes between roughly 1 and 100 nanometers, where exceptional wonders allow innovative usages. Encircling nanoscale science, engineering, and technology, nanotechnology comprises imaging, measuring, modeling, and manipulating material at this dimension measure.

  • Track 4-1Nano materials
  • Track 4-2Nanomagnetism
  • Track 4-3Nanomagnetic systems
  • Track 4-4Nanostructures
  • Track 4-5Nanoparticles
  • Track 4-6Nanowires
  • Track 4-7Nanotubes
  • Track 4-8Nanoelectronics
  • Track 4-9Nanophotonics
  • Track 4-10Magnetophotonics
  • Track 4-11Magnetoplasmonics
  • Track 4-12Nanocrystalline materials

Materials Science is an applauded scientific discipline, growing in current times to mount polymers, ceramics, glass, composite materials and biomaterials. Materials science, comprises the unearthing and proposal of new materials. Most crucial scientific hitches human currently facing are due to the restrictions of the materials that are obtainable and, as a result, major revolutions in materials science are expected to affect the forthcoming of technology pointedly. Materials scientists lay stress on making out how the past of a material effects its structure, and thus its possessions and performance. All engineered products from airplanes to musical instruments, alternative energy sources associated with ecologically-friendly engineering developments, medical devices to artificial tissues, computer chips to data storage devices and many more are made from materials. Statistically, all novel and reformed materials are frequently at the core of material products invention in vastly varied usages.

  • Track 5-1Condensed matter physics
  • Track 5-2Metallurgy and mineralogy
  • Track 5-3Smart materials
  • Track 5-4Computational materials theory
  • Track 5-5Materials paradigm
  • Track 5-6Construction materials
  • Track 5-7Durability and mechanical properties
  • Track 5-8Polymer science and technology

Magnetic disk read-heads, magnetic random-access memories (MRAM) and spin-dependent conveyance assemblies can all be sheltered by the term magnetoelectronic devices. This assessment covers spin-dependent transference in magnetic multilayers and features of exploitation of this physical property for magnetic nonvolatile memories. The inequality in the density of states for mainstream spin-carriers versus marginal spin carriers in magnetic materials, triggers spintronic materials and device advancements. Such devices are categorized by the enthralling interaction of electronic and magnetic possessions.

  • Track 6-1Giant magnetoresistance
  • Track 6-2Tunnel magnetoresistance
  • Track 6-3Magnetoresistive random-access memory (MRAM)
  • Track 6-4Multiferroic materials
  • Track 6-5Hetero-structures
  • Track 6-6Magnetoelectric
  • Track 6-7Complex oxides
  • Track 6-8Half-metallic materials
  • Track 6-9Hall effect
  • Track 6-10Magnetic oxides
  • Track 6-11Functional oxides
  • Track 6-12Magnetic tunnel
  • Track 6-13Chemical sensors
  • Track 6-14Molecular beam epitaxy (MBE)
  • Track 6-15Sputter growth

Trainings of magnetization dynamics have ceaselessly simplified the finding of primarily innovative physical wonders, making firm progress in the advancement of magnetic and spintronics policies. The dynamics can be persuaded and distinguished electrically, offering new functionalities in innovative electronics at the nanoscale. However, its smattering mechanism is still undecided. Understanding the mechanism in thin films is especially important, because most spintronics devices are made from stacks of multilayers with nanometer thickness. The stacks are known to possess interfacial magnetic anisotropy, a central property for applications, whose influence on the dynamics remains unknown.

  • Track 7-1Magnetization damping
  • Track 7-2Domain walls
  • Track 7-3Vortex dynamics
  • Track 7-4 Ultrafast switching
  • Track 7-5Micromagnetics
  • Track 7-6Hysteresis modeling
  • Track 7-7Magnetic microscopy
  • Track 7-8Magnetic imaging
  • Track 7-9Magnetic recording
  • Track 7-10Magnonics
Hard materials are also called permanent materials. Rare earth magnetic materials, utilized for permanent magnets in signaling devices and computers. Signaling devices have forces up to ten times of that ordinary magnets. They are of numerous types. Rare earth-cobalt magnets are made by compressing and extruding the powders with a binder of plastic or soft metal into small accuracy shapes. They have high durability. Magneto-optic magnets are made with thin wafers which are used for memory system in computers, are spot-size magnets. Spot-size magnets of europium oxide only 4 μm in diameter implement reading and writing operations well. Films of this ceramic has less wavelength. Thickness are utilized as memory storage mediums. Hard magnets are usually applied in data storage analog and digital also.
 
  • Track 8-1Hard magnet processing
  • Track 8-2Magnetic data storage
  • Track 8-3Permanent magnets
  • Track 8-4Quantum devices
  • Track 8-5Intermetallic materials
  • Track 8-6Ceramics
  • Track 8-7Glass materials
  • Track 8-8Rare-earth transition metal borides

Magnetic materials which are simply magnetized and demagnetized are known as soft magnetic materials. The applications of soft magnetic materials fall under two main categories- AC and DC. In DC applications the material is magnetized to execute an operation and then demagnetized at the end of the operation, e.g. an electromagnet on a crane at a scrap yard will be swapped on to attract the scrap steel and then switched off to drop the steel. In AC applications the material will be endlessly cycled from being magnetized in solitary direction to the other, through the period of operation, e.g. a power supply transformer. A high penetrability will be desirable for each form of application, but the importance of the other properties varies. Soft magnets are generally used in signal transferring.

  • Track 9-1Ferrites and garnets
  • Track 9-2Crystalline alloys
  • Track 9-3Amorphous
  • Track 9-4Hysteresis loop
  • Track 9-5Magnetostriction
  • Track 9-6Magnetic field screening
  • Track 9-7Signal transfer
  • Track 9-8Power adaption
  • Track 9-9Power conversion

Structural materials are classified conferring to the category of material, as metallic, nonmetallic, and composition materials; rendering to design, as deformable, cast, sintered, shaped, pasted, welded; affording to functioning conditions, as low-temperature materials and materials impervious to heat, deterioration, scrambling, wear, fuel, and oil; and according to toughness, as low- and medium-durability materials, with large investments of plasticity, and high-durability materials, with modest investments of plasticity.

  • Track 10-1Thin films and surface effects
  • Track 10-2Multi-layered films and superlattices
  • Track 10-3Patterned films
  • Track 10-4Exchange bias
  • Track 10-5Electronic structure
  • Track 10-62D and 3D magnetic structures
  • Track 10-7Magnetic anisotropy

Special Magnetic materials are those materials which are studied and used mainly for their magnetic properties. The magnetic response of a special magnetic material is largely determined by the magnetic dipole moment associated with the intrinsic angular momentum, or spin, of its electrons. Much as some materials exhibit ferromagnetic properties, meaning they form permanent magnets, some are known to exhibit ferroelectric properties, where the material possesses a spontaneous electric polarization. Rarely, materials possess both these properties, and are known as multiferroics. Scientists working at the Diamond Light Source have now been able to probe the magnetic properties of a multiferroic using the beam line I16.

  • Track 11-1Magneto-optics
  • Track 11-2Cavity opto-magnonics
  • Track 11-3Magneto-photonic crystals
  • Track 11-4Magneto-elastic materials
  • Track 11-5Magneto-caloric materials
  • Track 11-6Microwave materials
  • Track 11-7Millimeter-wave materials

Superconductivity is the property of matter when it displays zero resistance to the flow of electric current. Superconductivity undertakes extraordinary capabilities for electric circuits. If conductor resistance could be eliminated completely, there would be no inefficiencies in electric power systems due to stray resistances. Electric motors could be made almost perfectly efficient. The ideal characteristics of components like capacitors and inductors are normally ruined by inherent wire resistances, could be made ideal in a practical sense. Superfluidity is the property of liquid where it behaves as an unrestricted or zero tension liquid. Together of these phenomena are stretched at definite low temperatures and have obligations in accomplishing this period. Also succeeding these phenomena at high temperature is a challenge to researchers and a big of work is going on for this. Despite this, superconductors are having a wide range of presentations in modern day laboratories and new infrastructures.

  • Track 12-1Strongly correlated electrons systems (SCES)
  • Track 12-2Magnetic fluids
  • Track 12-3Ferrofluids
  • Track 12-4Fe-based superconductivity
  • Track 12-5Magnetic superconductors
  • Track 12-6Superconductivity at nanoscale
  • Track 12-7Boron-based superconductivity
  • Track 12-8Conductors and insulators
  • Track 12-9Organic superconductivity
  • Track 12-10High-Tc cuprates
  • Track 12-11Magnetic semiconductors
  • Track 12-12Superconducting materials

Geomagnetism denotes to the Earth's magnetic field, which covers from the Earth's interior to where it encounters the solar wind. Generally, it is the field of a massive bar magnet presently tilted about 10 degrees off the Earth's rotational axis. Unlike a bar magnet, the Earth's magnetic field varies over time, as it is produced by a Geodynamo. And, geomagnetic reversals are swings in Earth's magnetic field in which the locations of the magnetic north and south are swapped. In recent times, a reversal has generally happened every 50,000 to 800,000 years, with a usual of 200,000 years. A glut of scientific indication provisions the presence of geomagnetic reverses.

  • Track 13-1Magnetic and mineralogical studies
  • Track 13-2Geomagnetic field
  • Track 13-3Paleomagnetism
  • Track 13-4Magnetosphere
  • Track 13-5Interplanetary magnetic field
  • Track 13-6Archeomagnetism
  • Track 13-7Thermoremanent magnetization

Hard magnets are applied in the data storage analog and data storage digital. Soft magnets are used for the manufacturing of transformers which are applied in power adaption, signal transferring and magnetic field screening. Special spin structures in multilayered materials are applied in quantum devices through the products like GMR reading head and MRAM.

  • Track 14-1Sensors
  • Track 14-2High frequency devices
  • Track 14-3Power devices
  • Track 14-4Transformers
  • Track 14-5Inductors
  • Track 14-6Power electronics
  • Track 14-7Magnetic shielding
  • Track 14-8Magnetic levitation
  • Track 14-9Magnetic propulsion
  • Track 14-10Heavy fermion systems
  • Track 14-11Low-dimensional systems
  • Track 14-12Magnetic measurements