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When Magnetism Meets Metallurgy – By Dr Jun Liu

Posted on 22 August 2022 by Andy Edwards

“There is not only fashion, but also lamination” ‘Many people say fashion is the signature of Milan. I must say that is not entirely accurate - there is not only […]

Microstructural Magnetic Modelling and Measurement

Posted on 21 July 2022 by Andy Edwards

  Dr Jun Liu, a lecturer in the MAGMA group, is excited to be acting as guest editor for a special Magnetochemistry issue on “Microstructural Magnetic Modelling and Measurement”. This […]

MAGMA Summer Outreach – Nadine Aziz

Posted on 12 July 2022 by Andy Edwards

MAGMA is proud to be a part of Cardiff University’s brand new “Innovation and Industry On-Campus Internship” scheme. The scheme allows undergraduate students who have yet to finish their degree […]

Magnations Part 2– Creating the Animations

Posted on 28 June 2022 by Andy Edwards

The MAGMA group has been following up on the recent visits to Mount Stuart Primary School, as described in our recent blog post. Over the course of the eight-week workshop […]

Trudi Marsden – External Consultant

Posted on 15 June 2022 by Andy Edwards

MAGMA works alongside a number of different individuals and organisations with long standing experience in the electrification industry.  One of these is Trudi Marsden, an external consultant. Trudi is a […]

Part 2 of Paul Mallett’s Personal Highlights from the 1DM2DM Workshop 2021

Posted on 10 May 2022 by Andy Edwards

Paul Mallett has updated his previous blog to include his thoughts on day 2 of the recent 1D&2DM workshop. Read his thoughts below. To find out more about the work […]

Magnations – Inspiring Future Generations

Posted on 19 April 2022 by Andy Edwards

Members from the Magnetic Materials and Application research group (MAGMA) at Cardiff University Cardiff University have recently visited Mount Stuart Primary School to undertake a six-week magnetic materials animation course. […]