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  • Partial renewal of JEMS committee


    Six members of the JEMS International Advisory Committee reached the end of their six-year term. Six new members have been appointed.

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  • ESM2019 to take place in Brno, Czech Republic


    The 2019 session of the European School on Magnetism will take place in Brno, Czech Republic. It will be hosted by the Brno University of Technology and the Central European Institute of Technology, and organized by Michal Urbanek.

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  • 2016 Nobel prize in Physics


    The Nobel Prize in Physics 2016 has been awarded with one half to David J. Thouless, and the other half to F. Duncan M. Haldane and J. Michael Kosterlitz "for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter”.

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  • Foundation of the SpinTronicFactory network


    Promote Spintronic research and innovation in Europe

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  • A mailing list for the magnetism community


    We are maintaining a mailing list of persons active in the field of Magnetism. We are happy to serve the organization of magnetism-related events, by providing this up-to-date list.

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  • JEMS successfully held


    JEMS 2016 took place in Glasgow from 22nd to 26th August. With more than 600 participants and 900 abstracts submitted, it was a lively meeting with high scientific quality.

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  • Foundation of the European Magnetism Association


    Following the association between JEMS and ESM a few years ago, and the progressive rise of MAGNETISM.eu web site, a European Magnetism Association has been officially founded to provide a legal framework to magnetism-related actions at the European level.

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  • Feynman lectures on-line - Magnetic materials


    Some of you may know that the full content of so-called Feynman lectures have been available on-line for some time now, at the Caltech Institute of Technology. This includes the lecture on magnetic materials.

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  • Samsung announces MRAM-embedded FDSOI at 28nm


    Samsung Foundry is going to offer both spin torque transfer magnetic RAM (STT-MRAM) and flash as embedded non-volatile memory options on its 28nm FDSOI manufacturing process.

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  • IBM demonstrated 11nm STT-MRAM junction


    IBM researchers, in collaboration with Samsung researchers, demonstrated switching MRAM cells for devices with diameters ranging from 50 down to 11 nanometers in only 10 nanoseconds, using only 7.5 microamperes.

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