Indo-US Symposium on Recent Advances in Magnetism and Spintronics
February 5-6, 2018
Venue: Hall No. 21, Second Floor, VMCC Building
Registration at 9 am on Feb 5 at the venue.
The topic of magnetism and spintronics has emerged as one of the most important areas in condensed matter physics, with both fundamental and applied interests. Advances in the field of nano science and technology have also led to many exciting developments in this area. Both India and US have a large number of researchers working in this area and hence a get-together of them on a common platform is expected to be quite beneficial for scientists working on these topics. Eight scientists from US and 10 from India will give invited lectures on various aspects in this symposium.
Dr. Robert Shull (plenary) (NIST, USA)
Prof. Bethanie Stadler (University of Minnesota, USA)
Dr. Axel Hoffmann (Argonne National Laboratory, USA)
Prof. Arun Gupta (University of Alabama, USA)
Dr. Peter Fischer (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA)
Prof. J. Ping Liu (University of Texas, USA)
Prof. Sara Majetich (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Prof. Hari Srikanth (University of South Florida, USA)
Prof. S. M. Yusuf (BARC, India)
Prof. P. S. Anil Kumar (IISc., India)
Prof. Ratnamala Chatterjee (IITD, India)
Prof. A. Srinivasan (IITG, India)
Prof. Ajaya Kumar Nayak (NISER, India)
Prof. R. Gopalan (ARCI, India)
Dr. A. Barman (SNBNCBS, India)
Prof. S. Majumdar (IACS, India)
Prof. A. Alam (IITB, India)
Dr. P. A. Joy (NCL, India)
What is the registration fees for the conference?
Who is eligible for the conference?
Senior Research Fellows and Post Doctoral Fellows from Indian institutes and Universities.
What is the last date for registration
31st of October, 2017