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The 2021 Around-the-Clock Around-the-Globe Magnetics Conference
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Aug 29, 2021 - Sep 2, 2021
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Sep 20, 2021 - Sep 24, 2021
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IEEE Brain was formed in 2015 to create a technical community to facilitate cross-disciplinary collaboration and coordination to advance research, standardization, and development of engineering and technology to improve our understanding of the brain to treat diseases and to improve human condition. As an IEEE-wide effort, IEEE Brain unites engineering and computing expertise across IEEE Societies and Councils relevant to neuroscience, and provides an avenue for IEEE to work with multiple constituencies in academia, industry and government to incubate and sponsor new activities, projects, and standards that facilitate bringing neurotechnology to market in an ethical and responsible manner.

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Around the Clock – Around the Globe Magnetics Conference best presentations awards

Asia-Pacific:

Namrata Bansal, Indian Institute of Technology, India
Rui-Hao Li, Case Western Reserve University, USA
May Inn Sim, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Europe, Middle East and Africa

Dongwook Go, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Felix Schreiber, University of Mainz, Germany
Hector Corte-León, National Physical Laboratory, UK

Americas:

Isaiah Gray, Cornell University, USA
Corisa Kons, University of South Florida, USA
Cristina Psaroudaki, Caltech, USA

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Online Tutorial Series on MuMax3

Presented by the DyNaMat group (Ghent).

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MAGNETISM AS ART SHOWCASE

Congratulations to the winner and finalists of the magnetism as art showcase at the recent MMM 2019!

Winner
Flower-Shaped Iron Oxide Nanoparticle
Jeotikanta Mohapatra
University of Texas at Arlington
Finalist
Order Among Disorder
Renata Saha
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Finalist
2D-Ising the Beauty of Artificial Bits
Henry Stopfel
Uppsala University
Finalist
The Magnetic Nanobird
Otitoaleke Akinola
University of Texas at Austin

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2020 IUPAP YOUNG SCIENTIST PRIZE IN THE FIELD OF MAGNETISM

The IUPAP Commission on Magnetism is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2020 IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in the field of Magnetism is:

Dr. Jiadong Zang, University of New Hampshire
“For outstanding theoretical studies of the interplay between magnetism and topology”.

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2020 MAGNETICS SOCIETY IEEE FELLOWS ANNOUNCEMENT

Congratulations to the new 2020 IEEE Magnetic Society Fellows!

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AWARD NOMINATION DEADLINES

The IEEE Magnetics Society accepts nominations for many things including the Administrative Committee, and various awards. Here is a list of links to various nomination forms/information:

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2020 DISTINGUISHED LECTURERS CHOSEN

Mathias Kläui : Antiferromagnetic Insulatronics: Spintronics without magnetic fields and moving electrons
Bert Koopmans : Femto-magnetism meets spintronics: Towards integrated magneto-photonics
Tim Mewes : Magnetization Dynamics and Damping
Masashi Shiraishi : Spins in Low-dimensional Materials Systems: Transport, Gate-control and Conversion

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NEW EDITION OF IEEE SPONSORED BOOK

Title: Magnetic Actuators and Sensors, Author: John R. Brauer

A fully updated, easy-to-read guide on magnetic actuators and sensors

The Second Edition of this must-have book for today's engineers includes the latest updates and advances in the field of magnetic actuators and sensors. Magnetic Actuators and Sensors emphasizes computer-aided design techniques especially magnetic finite element analysis; offers many new sections on topics ranging from magnetic separators to spin valve sensors; and features numerous worked calculations, illustrations, and real-life applications.

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