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NewUpdated on 24 Jan 2014

  1. Editor's decision on the manuscripts submitted to Physica B is under communication to authors. We request all the authors to check the status in Physica B site and respond quickly. The deadline given for submitting the revised manuscript is ONLY a short period.
  2. In case of rejection or transfer to Physics Procedia, the authors are requested to follow the below mentioned procedures:
    • Revise the manuscript as per the reviewer suggestions/comments and in the format of Phys Proc template. Template can be downloaded from MagMA-2013 site under Proceedings. Name the revised file as PhysB_Id.doc(x).
    • Highlight the revised portion using RED color font in the revised manuscript.
    • A letter summarizing the reply to reviewers comments/suggestions needs to be attached.
    • A cover letter to chairman, MagMA-2013 should be included.
    • All the above files must be compressed into a single file using zip software and send a single file named as "PhysB_id.zip" to magma2013@iitg.ernet.in within 15 days of the receipt of the Editor's decision.


About the Conference

Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG) and Magnetics Society of India (MSI) welcome you to Guwahati, (Assam), the gateway to North-eastern India, which is the venue for the "International conference on Magnetic Materials and Applications (MagMA-2013)".

The objective of the conference is to bring researchers and technocrats from all over the world to a common gathering and share the recent developments taking place in the subject of magnetism, magnetic materials and their applications. In this endeavour, MSI, which was established in 1973 as a national forum, joins hands with IITG to stage this conference for promoting a stronger interaction between the national and international scientific communities engaged in magnetism and related areas of research.

The conference is planned to provide an attractive platform for the delegates from academia, research institutes / laboratories and industries to hear, witness and assimilate the advances occurring in a cross section of subject areas ranging from fundamental aspects of magnetism to the ever growing applied aspects of magnetic materials. MagMA-2013 would host a range of plenary sessions, invited talks, oral and poster presentations, and exhibition to capture the attention of the people working in diversified areas of magnetism.

Keynote/Plenary Speakers:

Prof. Koichiro Inomata
Emeritus Fellow, Magnetic Materials Center
National Institute for Materials Science
Japan
Prof. Adekunle Adeyeye
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Distinguished Lecturer (DL) of IEEE Magnetics Society
Prof. Arup Kumar Raychaudhuri
SN Bose National Center for Basic Sciences
India
Prof. David C Jiles
Iowa State University
USA
Prof. Joel S Miller
University of Utah
USA
Prof. Koki Takanashi
Tohoku University, Japan
Distinguished Lecturer (DL) of IEEE Magnetics Society
Prof. Pedro Gorria Korres
Universidad de Oviedo
Spain
Prof. Per Nordblad
Uppsala University
Sweden
Prof. Samuel Bader
Argonne National Laboratory
USA
Prof. Stuart S. Parkin
IBM Fellow Manager, Magnetoelectronics
IBM Research
USA
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Major Sponsors:   Government:

DST-SERB, India

BRNS, India

DRDO, India

DBT India

INSA, India

Private:

Platinum Sponsor
Oxford-Instruments

Dura Magnets

Gold Sponsor
Quantum Design India

Topics

A. Soft and Hard Magnetic Materials and their Applications
       A1. Amorphous/Nanocrystalline Materials,
       A2. Crystalline Alloys,
       A3. Intermetallic and Other Hard Magnetic Materials,
       A4. Hard Magnet Processing and Applications,
       A5. Magnetic Domains,
       A6. Nanostructured Hard Magnetic Materials,
       A7. Rare-Earth Transition Metals,
       A8. Recording Head Materials.
B. Magnetic Thin Films, Particles and Nanostructures
       B1. Exchange Bias,
       B2. Multi-Layer Films and Superlattices,
       B3. Nanoparticles,
       B4. Patterned Films,
       B5. Self-Assembly,
       B6. Ultra-Thin Films and Surface Effects.
C. Magnetic Recording, Memories, and Spintronics
       C1. Energy Assisted Recording,
       C2. Granular Media,
       C3. Patterned Media Recording,
       C4. Inductive Heads,
       C5. Magnetoresistive Heads,
       C6. Recording Modeling,
       C7. Giant Magnetoresistance,
       C8. Tunnel Magnetoresistance,
       C9. MRAM,
       C10. Domain Wall Devices,
       C11. Half metals and magnetic semiconductors,
       C12. Spin Current and Spin Hall Effect,
       C13. Spin Injection,
       C14. Spin Transfer Torque.
D. Strongly Correlated Electron System
       D1. Heavy Fermion Systems,
       D2. Multiferroics,
       D3. Non-Fermi Liquids and Quantum Phase Transitions,
       D4. Superconductivity,
       D5. Theory of Strongly Correlated Matter,
       D6. Topological Insulators.
E. Fundamental Magnetic Properties and Cooperative Phenomena
       E1. Critical Phenomena,
       E2. Electronic and Magnetic Structures,
       E3. Itinerant Magnetism,
       E4. Low-Dimensional Systems,
       E5. Micromagnetics,
       E6. Numerical Modelling,
       E7. Spin Dynamics,
       E8. Spin Glasses and Frustration.
F. Novel Magnetic Materials and Device Applications
       F1. Biomagnetic Materials,
       F2. Ferrites,
       F3. Garnets,
       F4. Manganites,
       F5. Magneto-Caloric Materials,
       F6. Magneto-Elastic materials,
       F7. Magneto-Electric materials,
       F8. Microwave Materials,
       F9. Molecular Magnets,
       F10. New Magnetic Materials.
G. Magnet Industry-Product and Marketing
H. Interdisciplinary Topics in magnetism
       H1. Biomagnetism and Applications,
       H2. Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques,
       H3. Magnetic Microscopy and Imaging,
       H4. Magnetic Fluids and Separations,
       H5. Magnetic Techniques for Nondestructive Evaluation of Materials,
       H6. Magneto-Optical Imaging.


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Updated on 24 Jan 2014 New

  1. Editor's decision on the manuscripts submitted to Physica B is under communication to authors.

  2. MagmA-2013 Conference is over now

  3. Final Program Schedule for MagMA-2013 is uploaded

  4. Transport arrangements to pick up the participants from railway stations are uploaded

  5. Due Date for full manuscript submission is extended to 1700 Hrs IST on December 02, 2013. Click here to read instruction & link for submitting manuscript

  6. Click here to know the status of the Registration fee payment for MagMA-2013

  7. Late registration fee after 10 October 2013. Click here to register

  8. Template for Physics Procedia and Guide for Authors for Physica B are uploaded

  9. Speakers for MagMA-2013 are updated

  10. Possible trip details from Official Travel Agent is uploaded

  11. Hotel accommodation details are uploaded

  12. Please contact Convenor, if you need Invitation letter to attend MagMA-2013

  13. MagMA-2013 Abstract Decision has been communicated

  14. Abstract submission is closed now

  15. Publication details are uploaded

  16. Committees for MagMA-2013 are updated

  17. Abstract subsmission dates are updated

  18. Registration fee details are uploaded

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