Group photo available here.

Scope of the Workshop

This will be a two-day workshop on thin-film magnetism, supported by the British Council through the UK-India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI) programme in conjunction with the Indian department of science and technology (DST).

We very much welcome attendance from students, young researchers, and other academics from the magnetism community in addition to our invited speakers; a poster session and drinks reception will be held after the talks on the 19th March, where attendees are encouraged to present posters and discuss their own research work. Due to the support provided for this meeting we can offer registration at no cost - Prof. Del Atkinson and Dr Aidan Hindmarch, workshop organisers.

Registration and abstract submission is open until 27th February 2015 - We cannot accept on-site registration, so please register in advance!

Scientific Programme

Plenary Speaker

Prof. Anjan Barman, S.N. Bose National Center for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, India

Invited Speakers

Dr Subhankar Bedanta, National Institute of Science Education and Research, Bhubaneswar, India
Dr Will Branford, Imperial College London
Dr Stuart Cavill, University of York
Dr Oscar Cespedes, University of Leeds
Dr Andrew Ferguson, University of Cambridge
Dr Tom Hayward, University of Sheffield
Dr Aidan Hindmarch, Durham University
Dr Paul Keatley, University of Exeter
Dr Tom Lancaster, Durham University
Dr Damien McGrouther, University of Glasgow
Dr Pranaba Kishor Muduli, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India
Dr Dan Read, University of Cardiff
Dr Andrew Rushforth, University of Nottingham
Dr Jaivardhan Sinha, S.N. Bose National Center for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, India

The focus of the workshop is to showcase current research in thin-film and related magnetism through invited presentations from early stage ‘rising star’ researchers and academics from the UK and India. The plenary speaker will be Professor Anjan Barman from SN Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, India.