This year the Joint European Magnetic Symposia (JEMS) is being hosted in Glasgow, Scotland. The symposium will cover the latest developments in magnetism and magnetic materials and has a number of international invited and plenary speakers. With what is said… Read More ›
As fresh graduates in the sphere of academia, we knew our time would come to lose our conference virginity.
Physics, Art, Mathematics, Science: Hidden Connections. A conference marking Sir Michael Berry’s 75th Birthday
Insights from ‘Physics, Art, Mathematics, Science: Hidden Connections. A conference marking Sir Michael Berry’s 75th Birthday’.
Teiko Heinosaari is currently a researcher at the Turku Centre for Quantum Physics, University of Turku, Finland. He was recently involved in the organisation of a Quantum ‘Unconference’. Find out what an Unconference is and read about his highlights.
Conferences are a fantastic opportunity for our editors to engage with the community and hear about leading research first hand.
It’s been a busy, exciting, and fantastically successful year for the JPhys+ blog and Journal of Physics series and we’re all looking forward to what the new year will bring.
Combinatorics of lattice models: a special issue in honour of Tony Guttmann’s 70th birthday, recognizing the range of contributions made by Guttmann and his collaborators to the field.
Find out about the first IOP young researchers workshop, held in late October in Beijing.
Congratulations to Professor Leanne Pitchford and Professor Gerrit Kroesen, joint winners of this year’s Von Engel & Franklin Prize. The Prize was announced at this year’s International Conference on Phenomena in Ionized Gases (ICPIG) and is awarded biennially for outstanding… Read More ›
At the start of July, JPCM‘s Sarah Whitehouse and myself attended the 20th International Conference on Magnetism; ICM 2015. Held in Barcelona, Spain we heard about some exciting magnetism research and got talking to the conference chair, Professor Amílcar Labarta.
A short summary of what happened at EGAS47 in Riga this July
JPhysB at EGAS47
As a newer member of JPhysD’s editorial team I am excited to say that I, along with JPhysD’s publisher Tom Miller, will soon be headed to the sunny shores of California for Compound Semiconductor Week (CSW) 2015 in Santa Barbara.
An exciting community of researchers are moving from the fundamentals to practical real-world applications. Read this post to find out about my week at Phononics 2015.
Silver and gold are the materials of choice for most plasmonic research but if the other materials look like gold then quite likely they have plasmonics properties like gold. Using this rule, other materials are now being explored. Materials discussed… Read More ›