2024 School

2024 European School on Magnetism

ESM 2024 will be held from 10 to 21 June 2024 27 August to 6 September 2024, in mixed format, both onsite in York, UK, and online. The topic is Magnetism for energy-efficient devices. Activities consist of lectures (40h), question sessions, practicals and tutorials, career and industry perspectives, access to a Library on Magnetism.

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The topic for the 2024 European School on Magnetism is Magnetism for energy-efficient devices. The School is chaired by Stuart Cavill (University of York).

Participation is offered in mixed format, either onsite in York, with a maximum of 100 participants, or online with most of the onsite activities available. We are commited to provide a similarly-high experience to both onsite and online participants, based on our experience of hybrid school built up since 2021. We intend to set up local hubs in Europe, in which online participants may gather to attend the school. This intends to enhance their online experience through collaborative work and emulation, and the mentoring of local experts in the field of magnetism. Hubs will be organized after March 1st, when the outcome of the selection process is over.

Like previous editions of ESM, the 2024 School aims at providing a thorough understanding of magnetism based on a broad series of fundamental lectures, while offering the latest insights into up-to-date aspects of magnetism with lectures focusing on a special topic. The objective of the 2024 school is to cover a wide range of fundamental to functional phenomena, to serve as a critical evaluation of the use of magnetism and magnetic materials to serve in energy-efficient devices, especially to address societal challenges. The School will be an opportunity for young scientists and lecturers from various fields to meet, share their expertise and build a network.

The School is addressed at young scientists, mainly PhD students and post-docs, both experimentalists and theoreticians. It will consist of an eleven-day training of lectures, team work and practicals provided by prominent scientists active in today's research, interactive question sessions, access to a library of magnetism-related books, career perspectives and industrial contributions. Attendees and lecturers are requested to agree with the code of conduct of ESM.

The following organizations provided financial and/or technical support to the European School on Magnetism (confirmed or pending).

Cambridge University Press