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HMM 2013 - May 13-15, 2013 – Taormina, Italy

The 9th International Symposium on Hysteresis and Micromagnetics Modeling - HMM 2013 will take place at Hotel Villa Diodoro in Taormina, Italy.

HMM 2013 will be a forum for presentation and discussion of the most recent advancements in the fields of hysteresis modeling, micromagnetics, and in the experimental fields where this kind of modeling is necessary. Scientists with different backgrounds (physicists, mathematicians, material scientists, engineers, etc) are welcome to exchange ideas, methods and results. The scientific program of this 3-day symposium will consist of invited and contributed talks and posters, organized in different thematic sessions.
Participants will also appreciate the symposium location, one of the most popular destinations in Sicily. Taormina, in fact, offers beautiful beaches on the warm Ionian sea, a scenic view on the Etna volcano, an ancient Greek theatre, old churches, lively bars, fine restaurants, antique shops.

For further information, please visit:

http://ww2.unime.it/hmm2013/

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HMM 2011 - May 9-11th, 2011 - Levico, Italy

The 8th International Symposium on Hysteresis and Micromagnetics Modeling - HMM 2011 took place in Trento, Italy.

HMM2003

This Symposium was intended to be a forum for presentation and discussion of the most recent advancements in the fields of hysteresis modeling and computational micromagnetics. The aim was, in fact, to bring together scientists with a wide range of backgrounds (physicists, mathematicians, material scientists, engineers, etc) to exchange ideas, methods and results. Although special emphasis was made on magnetic hysteresis, there were sessions in the program focused on universal aspects of hysteresis, independently of its origin. The scientific program of this 3-day symposium consisted of invited and contributed talks and posters, organized in different thematic sessions.

For further information, please visit:

http://www.hmm2011.eu/?who=home

 

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HMM 2009 - May 11-14th, 2009 - Gaithersburg, MD, USA

The 7th International Symposium on Hysteresis and Micromagnetics Modeling - HMM 2009 took place on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA.

 

The Symposium was intended to be a forum for presentation and discussion of the most recent advancements in the fields of hysteresis modeling and computational micromagnetics. Continuing with the tradition of previous HMM symposia, HMM-2009 had a strong interdisciplinary emphasis. The aim was to bring together scientists with a wide range of backgrounds (physicists, mathematicians, material scientists, engineers, etc) to exchange ideas, methods and results. Although special emphasis was made on magnetic hysteresis, there were sessions in the program focused on universal aspects of hysteresis, independent of its origin.

For further information, please visit or contact:

http://www.metallurgy.nist.gov/magnet/hmm2009/

hmm2009announce@gmail.com

 

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HMM 2007 – June 4- 6th, 2007 – Naples, Italy

The 6th International Symposium on Hysteresis and Micromagnetics Modeling - HMM 2007 took place in Naples, Italy.

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HMM 2005 - May 30- June 1st, 2005 – Budapest, Hungary

The 5th International Symposium on Hysteresis and Micromagnetics Modeling - HMM 2005 took place in Budapest, Hungary.

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HMM 2003 - May 28-30th, 2003 - Salamanca, Spain

The 4th International Symposium on Hysteresis and Micromagnetics Modeling - HMM 2003 took place on the University of Salamanca, Spain.

This Symposium addressed recent theories, measurements, and other developments in hysteresis. The primary focus was on magnetics, either from a macroscopic or microscopic point of view. This Symposium provided a special occasion for engineers, mathematicians and physicists to present and exchange ideas, methods and results.

For further information, please visit or contact:

http://ieeemagnetics.org/Newsletter/July03

luis@gugu.usal.es

 

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HMM 2001 - May 21-23rd, 2001 - Ashburn, VA

The 3rd International Symposium on Hysteresis and Micromagnetics Modeling - HMM'01 took place on the George Washington University Virginia Campus in Ashburn, Virginia.

 

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The International Steering Committee
L. Bennett, The George Washington University, Chairman
G. Bertotti, The IEN Galileo Ferraris, Turin
A. Bossavit, The EDF, Clamart
M. Brokate, TU Muenchen
E. Cardelli, The University of Perugia
J.R. Cardoso, The University of Sao Paulo
E. Della Torre, The George Washington University
Josef Fidler, Vienna University of Technology
A. Ivanyi, The University of Budapest
H. Kronmuller, Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart
I. Mayergoyz, The University of Maryland
R. Mc Michael, The NIST Lab, Gaithersburg, MD
I. Muller, The Technical University of Berlin
J. L. Porteseil, The Lab Louis Néel, Grenoble
J. Sprekels, The Weierstrass Institute, Berlin
N. Takahashi, The University of Okayama
A. Visintin, The University of Trento

Program Committee
Can E. Korman, Co-Chair
Isaak D. Mayergoyz, Co-Chair
Amr A. Adly
Vittorio Basso
Larry Bennett
Giorgio Bertotti
M. Brokate
Ermanno Cardelli
Edward Della Torre
Luis Lopez Diaz
Mike Donohue
Josef Fidler
Gary Friedman
Pavel Krejci
P.S.Krishnaprasad
Bob McMichael
A. Pokrovskii
Claudio Serpico
Augusto Visintin

Guest Editors (Physica B)
Can E. Korman, Chair
Larry Bennett
Edward Della Torre
Isaak Mayergoyz
Bob McMichael

Local Organizing Committee
E. Della Torre, chairman
Larry Bennett
Bruce Canty
Scott Cason
Judy Mancuso
Jamie Moreno
Judy Shem

Organizational Committee
Edward Della Torre, Chairman
Larry Bennett
Isaak Mayergoyz
Can Korman
Jim Warren
Bob McMichael

 

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Author Instructions

The proceedings of the HMM'01 symposium will be published as a special issue of the Journal Physica B - Condensed Matter published by Elsevier Science. The proceeding is expected to be published prior to December 31, 2001. All authors must follow these instructions when preparing their manuscripts:

  • Page Limit: All invited papers are limited to 8 double columns pages. All contributed papers are limited to 4 double column pages. Any author who wishes to exceed this limit must receive the approval of the symposium editorial board.
  • Language: The manuscripts will be written in English, clear of grammatical errors.
  • Instructions: Follow the detailed instructions in the document below: "How to prepare a manuscript for Elsevier Proceedings." As a final check, please make sure that you follow the "checklist" given in the Elsevier instructions.
  • Length Calculation: Please use the document below "Length Calculation Form" to make sure that your manuscript is within the page limit.
  • Due Date: All manuscripts are due at the Symposium, May 21-23, 2001.
  • Avoid Delays: Any deviation from these instructions may result in the delay of the publication of the manuscript.
  • Questions: If you have any questions, please contact: hmm01@va.gwu.edu.

How to prepare a manuscript for Elsevier Proceedings [PDF - 20 KB]
Length Calculation Form [PDF - 11 KB]

 

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Sponsors

HMM 2001 symposium is sponsored by:

The George Washington University Virginia Campus

IEEE Magnetics Society

Institute for Magnetics Research
IMR

The National Institute Standards and Technology
NIST

School of Engineering and Applied Science
SEAS GWU

Universita degli Studi di Perugia

A. James Clark School of Engineering
University of Maryland

 

 

 

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Future HMMs

Future Hysteresis and Micromagnetics Modeling Symposia
HMM 2013 - University of Messina, Italy
contact info
Dr. Edward Della Torre, Director
The Institute for Magnetics Research
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
The George Washington University
Washington, DC 20052
dellator@seas.gwu.edu
P: (202) 994 0410 / F: (202) 994 0227

 

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Previous HMMs

HMM 2011 - The Levico, Italy
HMM 2009 - The George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA

HMM 2007 - University of Naples, Italy

HMM 2005 - University of Budapest, Hungary

HMM 2003 - University of Salamanca, Spain

The Third International Symposium - HMM 2001
The third symposium was held in Ashburn, VA on the George Washington University, Virginia Campus, May 21-23rd, 2001.

The workshop was sponsored by:
The George Washington University Virginia Campus
IEEE Magnetics Society
Institute for Magnetics Research - IMR
The National Institute Standards and Technology - NIST
School of Engineering and Applied Science - SEAS GWU
Universita degli Studi di Perugia
A. James Clark School of Engineering - University of Maryland


The Second International Symposium - HMM 1999
The second symposium was held in Perugia, Italy on the University of Perugia Campus, June 7-9, 1999.

The workshop was sponsored by:
Associazione Elettrotecnica ed Elettronica Italiana (AEI)
IEEE Magnetics Society
The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Central and South Italy

Proceeding from the symposium are published in a special issue of Physica B, Condensed Matter, vol 275, no. 1, Jan. 1, 2000.


The First International Symposium - HMM 1996
The first symposium was held in Ashburn, VA on The George Washington University Virginia Campus, May 20-22, 1996.

The symposium was sponsored by:
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
The National Science Foundation (NSF)
The George Washington University (GWU)
Hysteresis modeling and micromagnetism was covered along with a separate session on the muMAG project at NIST.

Proceedings from the workshop are published in a special issue of Physica B: Condensed Matter, vol 233, no. 4, June 1, 1997.

 

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