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Left to Right Dr. Julie Grollier; Mark Kief; Dr. Claire Donnelly; Prof. Burkard HillebrandsRead more
The 2023 calls are open for the Young Scientist Award and the Dominique Givord Award for Advancing Magnetism in Europe. Nominations should be sent before January 31, 2023.Read more
2022 OKIA [Molecular magnetism] was awarded to Dr. Mauro Perfetti.Read more
The 2022 EPS Condensed Matter Division (CMD) Europhysics Prize has been awarded to Prof. Agnès Barthélémy and Dr. Manuel Bibes (CNRS/Thales laboratory of University Paris-Saclay), Prof. Ramamoorthy Ramesh (UC Berkeley) and Prof. Nicola Spaldin (ETH Zurich) for seminal contributions to the physics and applications of multiferroic and magnetoelectric materials.Read more
The IUPAP Commission on Magnetism is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2022 IUPAP Early Career Scientist Prize in the field of Magnetism is Dr. Chunhui Du (University of California, San Diego) for “fundamental contributions to the understanding, detection and control of spin dynamics and spin currents in magnetic oxides.”
The EMA 2022 Young Scientist Award goes to Jan MasellRead more
Congratulations to Jon Gorchon who received the 2021 Edouard Branly Award and the 2022 Suzanne Zivi Award for his work on ultrafast magnetization switching thanks to electric pulses.
Nominations for Olivier Kahn International Award are open! The award (Olivier Kahn Medal + 2500€ + invited talk @ ECMM 2022) will be given to a young talented scientist working in Europe in the field of Molecular Magnetism or closely related disciplines. Deadline: April 1st 2022.Read more
The 2022 call for the Young Scientist Award is open. Nominations should be sent before January 31, 2022.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