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Workshop on ab-initio modelling of adaptive d- and f-electron magnetic materials

Event Details

Adaptive magnetic materials, such as magnetic shape memory alloys or magneto-caloric intermetallics are characterized by the changes in structural and magnetic properties when subjected to an external influence.

The goal of this workshop will be the understanding of magnetic materials beyond the ground state, and their response to external stimuli. In particular, we aim to build solutions that will bridge the current gap in our fundamental understanding of the magnetic states of rare earth materials when compared with what is available for d-electron based materials. The proposed workshop aims to merge and enhance insights from the different computational approaches currently under development for the study of magnetic order and magnetic excitations. The predictions of the simulations and possible further improvements of the existing computational methodologies to f-electron systems will be debated by the computational materials modellers and experts in both experimental and applied magnetism.

The Workshop is organised by STFC Daresbury Laboratory, UK, Warwick University, UK, and Ames Laboratory, USA with support from The HARTREE-UK CECAM node, Psi-k and EPSRC.

Invited Speakers

Hisazumi Akai, Tokyo University
Julen Ibanez Azpiroz, Forschungszentrum Jülich
Rudra Banerjee, Warwick University
Lars Bergqvist, KTH, Stockholm
Luana Caron, MPI for Chemical Physics of Solids
Lesley Cohen,  Imperial College London
Manuel dos Santos Dias, Forschungszentrum Jülich
Stephen Dugdale, Bristol University
Markus Eisenbach, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Arthur Ernst, MPI für Mikrostrukturphysik
Richard Evans, The University of York
Gillian Gehring, Sheffield University
Zsolt Gercsi, Trinity College Dublin
Markus Gruner, University Duisburg-Essen
Gerrit van der Laan, Diamond Light Source
Mark Laver, University of Birmingham
Martin Lüders, STFC Daresbury Laboratory
Munehisa Matsumoto, NIMS Tsukuba
Sergey Mankovsky, Ludwig Maximillian University
Takashi Miyake, AIST Tsukuba
Kelly Morrison, Loughborough University
Mathias Müller, Forschungszentrum Jülich
Keith Refson, Royal Holloway University
Sangeeta Sharma, MPI für Mikrostrukturphysik
Jan Zemen, Imperial College London
Malcolm Stocks, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
László Szunyogh, Budapest University
Maria Stamenova, Trinity College Dublin

Organizers

Leon Petit, STFC Daresbury Laboratory
Durga Paudyal, The Ames Laboratory
Julie Staunton, Warwick University



Start Date: Monday, 14th September 2015
End Date: Wednesday, 16th September 2015

Price: £0
Fee Info: Your fee will be calculated once you have selected your registration type and accommodation.

Invited Speakers Accommodation Details: The organizers have arranged a block booking of rooms at the Mercure Chester Abbots Well Hotel from Sunday 13 September for up to 4 nights. If you require additional nights please contact the organizers. Speakers will be responsible for the cost of any additional nights. Please contact the organizers if you would wish to register an accompanying person.

Participants Accommodation and Registration Details: The registration fee for the meeting is £150 and this covers the venue, meals and refreshments plus the Workshop Reception and Dinner. Accommodation is available at 70 GBP/night. Please contact the organizers if you would wish to register an accompanying person. The preferred method of payment of fees is by credit card.

Spaces Available

7 remaining out of 45 spaces

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Venue Details

Mercure Chester Abbots Well Hotel
Whitchurch Road, Christleton Chester, CH3 5QL United Kingdom
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