EMA Early-Career Seminars

EMA Early-Career Seminars

EMA 30min e-seminars featuring early-stage researchers, typically PhDs and postdocs.


The European Magnetism Association leads a series of online seminars to ensure the broad visibility of its members and their work, while maintaining a low carbon footprint. The series is a good opportunity to reflect on and otherwise encourage the geographical, thematic and gender diversity of the researchers working in the field of magnetism. The e-seminar series are streamed via Zoom and live-streamed on the EMA twitch channel.

The EMA Early-career e-seminars intend to feature and promote early-stage researchers. These lectures will typically be similar to a PhD defense or postdoc seminar and will occur every two weeks. The nomination of early-career researchers shall be made preferably by their supervisors or other established researchers, but self-nomination is also accepted.

The abstracts and names of possible speakers will be collected by EMA at the address contact@magnetism.eu and will take the form of a 30s video. Both abstracts and lectures of the selected speakers will be recorded and archived on the EMA website.

The e-seminars will take place on Thursdays from 11:00 to 12:00 CET. You will be notified of the dates, speakers and topics via the official EMA communication channels (email, Twitter, LinkedIn and the EMA's website).


Bertrand Dupé,
Officer for carbon footprint and digital networking
FNRS - Uni. Liège

Nuala Caffrey
University College Dublin, Ireland

Daniela Petti
Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Stefaan Cottenier
Ghent University, Belgium

Joo-Von Kim
CNRS, France