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MAGMA at the International Workshop on One and Two Dimensional Magnetic Measurement and Testing

23 September 2021

The 16th edition of the 1DM and 2DM international workshop will be taking place 29th – 30th September 2021 virtually and the MAGMA team are going to have a big presence, so we thought this blog would be a good opportunity to have a deep dive into the event. The event is going to be hosted by the UK Magnetics Society.

Two of our academic directors, Dr Phil Anderson and Dr Jeremy Hall, will be acting as chairs for both days of the workshop, including running the question and answer panel sessions with the speakers at the end of each day.

One of our academic researchers, Dr Chris Harrison, will be speaking on the ‘Characterisation of Soft Magnetic Materials under Complex Magnetisation Conditions‘ during day one. He will also be chairing the day one workshop discussion on ‘Suitability of Measurements for Applications.’ Our other academic researcher, Dr Jun Liu, will be hosting the workshop discussion on day two which will be focussed on ‘Relating Modelling to Material Complexity.’ The hope is that these discussions will help build towards the programme for the in-person event taking place next year (more on that later).

Other speakers at the event come from across industry and academia, please check the full event programme for further details. The evening of the first day will have the opportunity for some informal networking with a whisky and non-alcoholic spirit tasting session.

As mentioned earlier, the discussions in this year’s event are intended to inform the programme for the 2022 event. This is currently planned to be an in person event finally taking place in Cardiff (this was originally planned for 2020). We are hoping this will be a good opportunity for lots of people to come and visit us and the MAGMA labs.

If you are interested in coming to this year’s event, please go to the UK MAGSOC events page for further details. We look forward to seeing you next week.