[Neutron] ACA 2016 Meeting in Denver: Call for Papers: "Magnetic Entanglement and Complex Magnetic Materials"
Llobet Megias, Anna
allobet at lanl.gov
Thu Jan 28 18:24:36 CET 2016
I would like to bring to your attention the session on "Magnetic Entanglement and Complex Magnetic Materials" at the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association (ACA) that will be held in Denver, Colorado, Friday, July 22nd - Tuesday, July 26th. http://www.amercrystalassn.org/2016-meeting-homepage#
The deadline for abstracts is Abstract - March 31 2016. Please check out the scientific program since we have prepared a quite exciting one this year: http://www.amercrystalassn.org/2016-scientific-program
We hope to see you in Denver and hope you will help us advertise this event so we integrate further crystallographers with magnetism and emergent phenomena scientists to get the best of both worlds!
Branton Campbell and Anna Llobet
Magnetic Entanglement and Complex Magnetic Materials
Organizers: Anna Llobet, Los Alamos National Lab (allobet at lanl.gov<mailto:allobet at lanl.gov>) and Branton Campbell, Brigham Young University (branton_campbell at byu.edu<mailto:branton_campbell at byu.edu>)
New research is beginning to clarify the respective roles of entangled magnetic, orbital, and charge orders in the nematic, pseudo-gap, superconducting, and other exotic phases of complex oxides and pnictides. Evidence of the coupling of magnetic order to structural or electronic parameters at surfaces, domain walls, and other interfaces now provides exciting opportunities to manipulate and even engineer the properties of multi-functional materials. This session will focus on the use of x-ray & neutron scattering and other methods to characterize the subtle magnetic correlations relevant to such problems, including those of topological orders and defects.
David Alan Tennant, ORNL Neutron Sciences Directorate, Chief Scientist, "Exotic magnetic structures in quantum condensed matter'
Virginie Simonet, Institut Néel and Université Grenoble Alpes, Researcher, "Frustrated magnetism and multiferroics"
SaeHwan Chun, ANL Materials Science Division, post-doctoral researcher, "Bond-Dependent Magnetic Exchange in Honeycomb Iridates"
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Email: allobet at lanl.gov<mailto:allobet at lanl.gov>
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