The World Materials Forum 2021 was held 17-19 June. One output was highlighting ten emerging technologies foreseen to reach industrial scale by 2030, that can best contribute to decouple economic growth from the current use of our natural resources. Spintronics is one of them, identified for its prospects to lower the power consumption of data storage and usage.Read more
Many international events have been impacted by the coronavirus outbreak and related measures. Below we provide updates on changes for events listed in our calendar of events (Agenda).
Many events have been postponed to next years.
All 2021 (confirmed) events in our calendar till July 2021 are online.
Events in Sep 2021 are in a mixed (online & onsite) format.
EMA gradually increases its impact on social networks (LinkedIn >1000, Twitter ~ 500 followers). Follow us in case you want to receive real-time content (new events, jobs, links, ...) and extra information not featured in our newsletters.Read more
The 2021 IUPAP Magnetism Award and Néel Medal will be awarded to Prof. Agnès Barthélémy (University Paris-Saclay / Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS-Thales, France) and Prof. Nicola Spaldin (ETH Zürich, Switzerland), “For pioneering contributions to the fundamental and applied science of magnetic and ferroelectric materials, particularly multiferroics”.Read more
The recipient of the 2021 IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in the field of Magnetism is Dr Can Onur Avci (Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona, Spain) “For outstanding contributions to understand current-induced spin-orbit torques and electrical control of the magnetization in magnetic insulators, and for the discovery of unidirectional spin Hall magnetoresistance.”Read more
Bob Buhrman passed away on April 13, 2021, at 75 years old. He was Cornell's second senior vice provost for research, John Edson Sweet Memorial Professor of Engineering Emeritus, and vice president for technology transfer and intellectual property, who helped expand emerging science and engineering programs.Read more
Nora Dempsey is one of four scientists to have been awarded the 2021 CNRS Innovation Medal. This distinction is in recognition of her work related to the fabrication, characterization and use of high-performance micro-magnets.Read more