Meetings/Workshops on Condensed Matter Physics and Materials in the United Kingdom

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New directions in porous crystalline materials: Faraday Discussion
ID
865469
Dates
05 Jun 2017 - 07 Jun 2017
Location
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
2.
 
Characterisation of Materials used in Nuclear Environments
ID
878214
Start date
04 Jul 2017
Location
Institute of Physics, London, United Kingdom
Abstract
This conference aims to give an insight into the study and current mechanistic understanding of various reactor components corrosion and degradation as well as the techniques that are employed to aid this understanding.
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Magnonics2017 — Magnonics 2017
ID
850598
Dates
07 Aug 2017 - 11 Aug 2017
Location
Oxford, United Kingdom
Abstract
Magnonics 2017 is the latest conference in the biennial series focussing on fundamental and applied aspects of magnon and spin-wave dynamics and nanomagnetism. The meeting will take place in the beautiful surroundings of Magdalen College, Oxford.
Contact
Dr Alexy Karenowska, Dr Hidekazu Kurebayashi;     Email: magnonics2017@gmail.com
Topics
magnon, spin-wave, nanomagnetism, condensed matter physics, magnetism, quantum magnetism, spintronics, magnonics
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International Workshop on Topological Structures in Ferroic Materials
ID
871790
Dates
08 Aug 2017 - 10 Aug 2017
Location
University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
Abstract
Current research interests regarding interfaces, domains, domain walls, vortices, spin currents and spin torque, spin textures and skyrmions in (multi)ferroics constitute an emerging field in solid state physics and materials science. Connecting these research fields with topological concepts in physics will contribute to the fundamental understanding and will merge these hot topics.
5.
 
Nanoanalysis of Steels and Structural Alloys
ID
858975
Dates
07 Sep 2017 - 08 Sep 2017
Location
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Abstract
Advances in sub-nanometre resolution chemical analysis can have huge benefits in the study and development of steels and other structural alloys. This meeting is an opportunity to learn about, present and discuss the latest advances in analytical techniques like EELS and EDX on the transmission electron microscope, and 3D atom probe tomography, and how these can be applied to understanding the nanochemistry in high performance alloys.
6.
 
International Conference on Optics of Excitons in Confined Systems
ID
830249
Dates
10 Sep 2017 - 15 Sep 2017
Location
University of Bath, , Bath, United Kingdom
7.
 
Physical Aspects of Polymer Science
ID
824672
Dates
13 Sep 2017 - 15 Sep 2017
Location
Swansea University, Bay Campus, Swansea, United Kingdom
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ECI — Ultra-High Temperature Ceramics: Materials for Extreme Environment Applications IV
ID
812480
Dates
17 Sep 2017 - 20 Sep 2017
Location
Windsor, United Kingdom
Abstract
Ultra-High Temperature Ceramics are a family of compounds that display a unique set of properties, including extremely high melting temperatures (>3000°C), high hardness and good chemical stability and strength at high temperatures. Structural materials for use in high-temperature oxidizing environments are presently limited mostly to SiC, Si3N4, oxide ceramics and composites of these materials. The maximum use temperatures of silicon-based ceramics is limited to ~1600°C due to the onset of active oxidation (lower temperatures in water vapour environments), whilst oxides have exhibited high creep rates at higher temperatures. The development of structural materials for use in oxidizing and rapid heating environments at temperatures above 1600°C is therefore of great engineering importance.

Contact
Arlene Conway;     Phone: [212-514-6760];     Email: info@engconfintl.org
Topics
Ceramics Carbides nitrides borides transition metals compounds divertors hypersonic vehicles plasma electrodes fusion nuclear fuels furnace elements nuclear defence aerospace matrix composites structural materials
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Last updated: 18 February 2017