Conference on Magnetic and Superconducting Materials (MSM07) (MSM07)
|Event Date/Time: Sep 25, 2007||End Date/Time: Sep 30, 2007|
|Early Registration Date: Jun 15, 2007|
|Abstract Submission Date: Jun 15, 2007|
The First Regional (later changed to International) Conference on Magnetic and Superconducting Materials (MSM99) initiated a series of conferences planned to be held biannually in developing countries. The purpose of these meetings is to bring together regional and international groups of researchers and technologists to discuss new results and current problems in the areas of strongly correlated systems, superconductivity and magnetism, magnetic semiconductors and their materials. The objective of these conferences is to increase collaboration within the region and with the international community among the scientist. It is only through these sharing experiences with scientists around the world that one can fully benefit from natural and human resources. Using the vast technological and human resources in the region is the greatest opportunity and challenge for development and progress.
The topics of focus at the Magnetism and Superconductivity Conference 2007 (MSM07) are: Unconventional Superconductivity, Magnetism, Quantum Criticality, Heavy Fermion Systems, Mechanisms of Superconducivity, Pseudogap, Coexisting/Competing States, Cold Atoms and Bose Einstein Condensates. Theory, Material Aspects of Cuprate Superconductors, Electronic Properties, Tunneling Spectroscopy and Josephson Junction, Superconducting Coherence and Phase Slip, Vortex Behaviours, Fabrication of Thin Films and their Properties, Electronic Applications, Interaction with Electromagnetic Waves, and Other Exotic Superconductors, Strongly Correlated Electrons, Spin Electronics and Magneto-Transport, Magnetic Structures and Interactions, Special Systems and Materials, Statistical Mechanics of Magnetism, Soft and Hard Magnetic Materials, and Magnetic Fine Particles, Magnetic Structure and Dynamics, Magnetoelectrics and Ferroelectrics.
Conference will also host guest sessions on nano-technology and physics under extreme conditions.