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Few materials can be made to magnetically levitate stably above the magnetic field from a permanent magnet. Although magnetic repulsion is obviously and easily achieved between any two magnets, the shape of their field causes one to push the other off sideways, rather than supporting it stably above the other. Strongly diamagnetic materials though can be used for levitation above powerful magnets.
Professor Sajeev John receives the 2013 IEEE David Sarnoff Award. For pioneering research on using photonic crystals to capture and process light has enabled the unprecedented control of light flow in optical microchips.
The IEEE David Sarnoff Award was established in 1959 through agreement between the RCA Corporation and the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, and continued by the Board of Directors of the IEEE. The Award is presented to an individual, or team up to three in number, for exceptional contributions to electronics.
2014 Distinguished Lecturers
+ Jonathan Coker : Opportunities and Challenges in Two Dimensional Magnetic Recording+ Hans-Benjamin Braun : Topological effects in Nanomagnetism: From Perpendicular Recording to Monopoles+ Ron Jansen : Silicon Spintronics+ Tim St Pierre : Magnetic Materials in Medicine: Applications in Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment of Disease.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics
For article submission:
For Transactions on Magnetics: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/transmag-ieee
For Magnetics Letters: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/maglet-ieee
+ Jeffrey Childress, HGST: for contributions to nanostructured materials and their applications in magnetic recording+ Dan M. Ionel, Regal Beloit Corporation: for contributions to the analysis, design and manufacturing of high efficiency electric machines+ Kanan Krishnan, U of Washington: for contributions to nano-magnetic technology in medicine+ David Larbalestier, Florida State U: for contributions to development of super-conducting materials leading to high field magnetics+ Caroline Ross, MIT: for contributions to synthesis and charac-terization of nanoscale structures and films for magnetic and magneto-optical devices
Feb 16, 2014 - Feb 20, 2014
TMS Annual Meeting: Magnetic Materials f...
Mar 27, 2014 - Mar 29, 2014
2014 4th International Workshop on Magne...
Mar 31, 2014 - Apr 1, 2014
2014 9th Conference on Computation in El...
May 4, 2014 - May 8, 2014
IEEE International Magnetics Conference ...
May 25, 2014 - May 28, 2014
2014 16th Biennial Conference IEEE Confe...
The objective of the Sister Society Agreement is to encourage the exchange and dissemination of technical information, and to promote understanding and cooperation between the members of the Sister Society and the IEEE Magnetics Society.The joint activities include : Memberships discount for IEEE basic fee and Magnetics Society fee and the reciprocal Society, Joint Technical conferences sponsored by both the Societies, but not limited.
Taiwan Association for Magnetic Technology http://tamt.yuntech.edu.tw/
The Magnetics Society of Japanhttp://www.magnetics.jp/english/index.html
The Korean Magnetics societyhttp://komag.org/eng/home/main.php
Spain Magnetic Clubhttp://www.cemag.es/
Italian Magnetism Society - (AIMagn) http://www.aimagn.it/