[Neutron] 725. WE-Heraeus-Seminar on magnetic SANS - 30 May - 03 June 2021, Tutzing

Sabrina Disch sabrina.disch at uni-koeln.de
Tue Jan 26 08:55:16 CET 2021

Dear colleagues,

we are pleased to announce that application is open for the

_725. WE-Heraeus-Seminar_
*Magnetic Small Angle Neutron Scattering – from Nanoscale Magnetism to 
Long‐Range Magnetic Structures*

This WE-Heraeus-Seminar focuses on the technique of magnetic small angle 
neutron scattering, which is one of the most important methods for 
magnetic microstructure determination in condensed-matter physics and 
materials science. Currently, the magnetic SANS community can be roughly 
subdivided into two larger groups: the research of one group is anchored 
in the domain of condensed-matter physics with a focus on fundamental 
questions such as skyrmion crystals and topological spin structures, 
complex long-range-ordered spin structures, and vortex lattices in 
superconductors, while the second group of scientists employs the 
magnetic SANS method for scrutinizing nanoscale magnetism in terms of a 
micromagnetic continuum description; materials classes which are studied 
are e.g. permanent magnets, magnetic steels, nanoparticles and 
ferrofluids, or complex alloys.
It is one of the central aims of this Heraeus seminar to bring both 
groups of researchers closer together by providing a stage for intra- 
and interdisciplinary scientific exchange. Besides, in view of the 
upcoming European Spallation Source, a further focus will be on future 
challenges related to neutron instrumentation, sample environment, and 
neutron scattering data analysis.

Due to the unpredictable development of the corona pandemic, we are 
currently planning to hold a _hybrid seminar_ at the Evangelische 
Akademie Tutzing, Germany.

Application deadline: _28 March 2021_


Andreas Michels
Sebastian Mühlbauer
Sabrina Disch


Dr. Sabrina Disch
Emmy-Noether Research Group Leader

Universität zu Köln
Department für Chemie
Greinstr. 4-6
50939 Köln

Tel: +49 (0)221 470 7336

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