The 2nd International Conference on "Recent Trends in Nanomagnetism, Spintronics and their Applications" (RTNSA 2015)  will be held in Palacio Barrena, Ordizia (Gipuzkoa, Basque country, Spain) on June 30 – July 3, 2015. This is a second RTNSA conference followed by the successful RTNSA-1, which was conducted in Ordizia in June, 2011. The RTNSA 2015 is a multidisciplinary forum covering all aspects related to the research area of solid state magnetism, magnetic materials, magnonics, spintronics, spincaloritronics and their numerous applications. We invited about 20 famous researchers, who are recognized world level experts in the mentioned below research fields, to present lectures and plenary talks at the conference. And, especially, we are pleased by participation of Prof. Albert Fert and Prof. Peter Grunberg, 2007 Nobel Prize Winners in Physics, who will take part in the opening ceremony of the RTNSA conference and present introductory talks.

The program of RTNSA 2015 includes plenary and invited lectures from leading experts in the field, oral presentations and poster contributions.

We also plan to conduct 7th International Workshop on Magnetic Wires (IWMW-7) within a RTNSA-2.

The 7th International Workshop on Magnetic Wires (IWMW 2015) will be held in Palacio Barrena, Ordizia (Gipuzkoa, Basque country, Spain) on July 2nd - July 3rd, 2015. This is already a 7th Workshop on Magnetic Wires and a third time this Workshop will be held in Gipuzkoa, Spain. Previous six International Workshops on Magnetic Wires have been organized in the following locations : London, UK 1990; Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA 1994; Nagoya, Japan 1999; San Sebastian, Spain 2001; Zumaia, Spain 2008 and Bodrum, Turkey, 2010.

Magnetic wires have been available for more than two decades. During this time, the unique properties of these materials have attracted considerable interest for many prospective applications, especially, in the field of magnetic sensors and electronic devices. The organization of this meeting is based on the continuing interest of many research and technological groups in these materials. It is worth to mention that Magnetic wires are also important topic of research in the Basque Country and, particularly, in San Sebastián (Gipuzkoa, Spain), where this kind of research is carried out by the Magnetic Group of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU).