List of topics, the program, the slides and recordings for the lectures of ESM 2020.
Detailed timetable: below as graphics (click to enlarge) or as PDF
A visual overview of the recordings of all lectures is available here.
Students work in teams of 4/5, each coached by a mentor. Each team tackles a problem, ranging from fundamentals to an industry or societal challenge, to be addressed by Magnetism. Towards the end of the school, each team shortly presents its output to the entire audience of attendees.
The purpose of a research School is to provide young scientists with the basics in a working field. With this respect interactivity between students and lecturers should be promoted. Like in the previous editions, a key aspect of this interactivity is the possibility to raise questions at the end as well as during the course of the lectures. Besides, several sessions dedicated to questions are scheduled, during which the lecturers or voluntary attendees present in more detail issues raised by the attendees during the lectures, a chat or anonymously. See the list of questions raised in 2018. A dedicated chat will remain open during and beyond the school, linking the attendees with lecturers and mentors.
We encourage participants to prepare posters, to be presented to smal audiences in dedicated chat rooms.