Know our Plenary (V) George C. Hadjipanayis​​

George C. Hadjipanayis University of Delaware, Delaware, USA George Hadjipanayis received the B.Sc. degree in Physics from the University of Athens (1969), and the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Physics from the University of Manitoba (Canada), in 1974 and 1979, respectively. Prof. Hadjipanayis was an assistant professor (1982-1985) and associate professor (1986-1988) in the Department …

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Know our Plenary (IV) María Vallet-Regí​

María Vallet-Regí University Complutense of Madrid, Madrid, Spain María Vallet-Regí is a Spanish chemist, scientist and Professor at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain. She is a widely recognized and cited researcher in Biomedicine, particularly in the fields of regenerative biomaterials and drug delivery systems. Her publications (more than 650 peer-reviewed papers) have been cited over 37,500 times …

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Know our Plenary (II) Sara A. Majetich

Sara A. Majetich Department of Physics, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA. Sara A. Majetich is Professor of Physics, Electrical & Computer Engineering (Courtesy) and Materials Science & Engineering (Courtesy) at the Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, USA). She obtained her PhD in the University of Georgia. Majetich is recognized worldwide for her contributions to the understanding of …

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IEEE Magnetic Society supports our student grants

The International Conference on Fine Particle Magnetism thanks IEEE Magnetics Society for sponsoring the Student Travel Grants! If you are a student you still have time to apply until 8th February following this link. Costs of travel and lodging for a number of post-graduate students will be supported! We hope to see you here in Gijón. 

Today recalls the memory Dr. Dominique Givord

Dominique Givord 1945 – 2019 The International Conference on Fine Particle Magnetism and the international magnetics community mourn the passing of Dr. Dominique Givord. During his career, he made seminal contributions to the study of rare earth-transition metal alloys, Sm-Co and Nd-Fe-B sintered magnets, magnetostriction in rare earth-iron crystals, coercivity and magnetic viscosity, exchange coupling …

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One of our speakers, among the Most Cited Scientists in 2018!

Professor María Vallet-Regí, from Universidad Complutense de Madrid, has been included in the list of the most cited scientists in the worl in 2018 recently published by Clarivate Analytics. She is a widely recognized researcher in Biomedicine, particularly in the fields of regenerative biomaterials and drug delivery systems and you will have the opportunity to attend …

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