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  • SK Hynix and Toshiba Announce 4Gb STT-MRAM


    Announced at IEDM2016, Dec.2016.

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  • New partners join SpinTronicFactory


    18 new partners joint STF in December 2016

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  • Sponsorship for EMA's newsletter


    We now offer the possibility for sponsoring the Newsletter of the European Magnetism Association. Contact us of you are interested in this unique channel to reach more than 10000 persons active in the field of Magnetism.

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  • Which SI units?


    The magnetics community is notorious for the inconsistent use of quantities and units. Even though the SI system is now 56 years old, a brand new magnetometer still has a Gauss scale. Of the latest three JMMM publications, two are based on CGS. Here is a pledge for a consistent an unambiguous use of SI units.

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  • Individuals: join EMA !


    Register and join EMA to support its actions.

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  • Ultra-low damping in 3D metal alloys


    A drastic reduction of damping had been predicted and has been recently confirmed experimentally, in FeCo alloys, depending on their composition.

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  • EPL seeking new Editor-In-Chief


    Nominations are now open for the Editor-in-Chief of Europhysics Letters, a leading global letters journal owned and published by a consortium of 17 national physical societies in Europe. Nominations are open until Jan.15th 2017.

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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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