Modern trends in magnetism and superconductivity

Workshop Chair: I. Sanakis

Magnetism and Superconductivity form two closely related phenomena of matter which are based on the spin, charge and orbit of electrons, one of the fundamental constituents of matter. Scientific Research elucidates the physical laws that govern the related phenomena from the nanoscale to the macroscale, leading to the technological developments which improve everyday life. Society has witnessed impressive progress in the field over recent years. The achievements have transformed applications creating novel motors, sound systems, data storage devices, and medical devices which are far advanced from those of two decades ago. And the search continues: the workshop will discuss the state of the art in the field, focusing on selected hot topics of current research.

Location: Building 6 Date: July 6, 2017 Time: 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Dr Ioannis Sanakis

Modern trends in magnetism and superconductivity

Dr Michael Pissas

AC Response of the Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8 Superconductor

Dr Dimitrios Niarchos

Magnetic Materials: Present and Future

Dr Dimosthenis Stamopoulos

Ferromagnetic-Superconducting Layered Nanostructures: Physical Phenomena and Possible Applications

Dr Vassilis Psycharis

Single Molecule Magnets: The Nanocluster Bridges of the Classical with the Quantum World

Dr Margarit Gjoka

Experimental Proof of Microwave Sintering of Nd-Fe-B Powders towards Fabrication of Permanent Magnets

Dr Thanassis Speliotis

Thin Films with Large Linear Magnetoresistance