RTNSA & IWMW Abstracts deadline extension!
Abstracts received after March 15th will be considered as POSTERS only!
Publication date: 27/03/2015
January 1st - February 28th, 2015
March 20th, 2015
You can submit your RTNSA or IWMW abstract online using "Abstract Submission Form" located below on this page. Please INDICATE IN THE TITLE OF YOUR FILE: 1) RTNSA or IWMW abstract; 2) Topic number to which your abstract should be corresponded to (use numbers of topics from the list below); and 3) Oral talk or Poster presentation (just mark in the title TALK or POSTER). For example, RTNSA-1-TALK (means that your Abstract is for RTNSA, it is within topic number 1 of the RTNSA thematic list and it is Oral talk). Please, indicate in the Abstract mail address of the corresponding author!
Please, read our abstract requirements and use abstract template form attached below.
How to submit your abstract? Please, find below on this page an "Abstract Submission Form" and click on "Seleccionar archivo", than, choose your file and click "Abrir/Open". Your file will appear on the web and you will need to click on "Send", after that, you will see the message - "The form information was sent successfully" which means that your absract was successfully sent.
Please, find the list of RTNSA and IWMW topics below:
1) Preparation and characterization of magnetic / spintronic materials and nanostructures;
2) Magnetism of nanoscale systems: thin films, multilayers, nanoparticles, nanodots, nanowires, nanotubes, hybrid nanostructures, surface and interface effects;
3) Giant magnetoresistance, tunnel magnetoresistance, MRAM and magnetic logics;
4) Spin angular momentum transfer and spin transfer torque nano-oscillators;
5) Spincaloritronics and spin-orbit effects;
6) Fast and ultrafast magnetization dynamics, spin waves in patterned nanostructures and magnonics;
7) Dynamics of magnetic vortices, skyrmions and domain walls in nanostructures;
8) Micromagnetic, multiscale and atomistic simulations of nanostructures;
9) Applications of magnetic nanostructures: nanosensors, magnetic memory, spintronic devices etc.
1) Magnetization process of thin wires
2) High frequency properties and metamaterials
3) Giant magnetoimpedance effect in thin wires and applications
4) New wire-shaped materials (Heusler-type, Magnetocaloric, granular)
Please, find below information on abstract requirements. Please, STRICTLY follow these requirements! Those abstracts which do not meet the requirements may be rejected.
An abstract template file is available below. Please, click on the file to open it.