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Special Events

Updated: January 24, 2024

Special Sessions and Events Chair: Luiz Augusto Sousa de Oliveira

Several Special Events will be organized during INTERMAG 2024.
Check below the ones that fit your interests and pay attention to those that demand pre-registration due the maximum number of attendees.

Communications Workshop

NOON - 2:00 PM on Tuesday, May 7
Room: EUROPA III
Max. number of attendees: 100 students
Lunch box will be provided
Pre-registration required

The Communications Workshop, organized by the IEEE Magnetics Society Technical Committee, will consist of three tutorials geared toward helping graduate students and postdoctoral fellows improve their skills and techniques.

Ron Goldfarb

"How to Write Exciting Papers"
Ron Goldfarb, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA

Guohan Hu

"Preparation of Professional Resumes"
Guohan Hu, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA

Montserrat Rivas

"Preparation of Oral Scientific Presentations"
Montserrat Rivas, The University of Oviedo, Spain

Meet the Experts
Mingzhong Wu

NOON - 2:00 PM on Wednesday, May 8
Lunch will be provided
Room: EUROPA III
Max. number of attendees: 90 students
Pre-registration required

This event will foster a meeting between students and an outstanding group of magnetism experts.
A small group of students will have the opportunity to participate in an informal conversation over lunch and obtain expert advice on the stages of their research career planning.

Confirmed Experts:

Montserrat Rivas

Montserrat Rivas, The University of Oviedo, Spain

Yoichiro Tanaka

Yoichiro Tanaka, Tohoku University, Japan

Laura Steren

Laura Steren, INN CNEA-CONICET, Argentina

Angela Burlamaqui Klautau

Angela Burlamaqui Klautau, Federal University of Pará, Brazil

Adekunle Adeyeye

Adekunle Adeyeye, Durham University, United Kingdom

Masahiro Yamaguchi

Masahiro Yamaguchi, Tohoku University, Japan

Guohan Hu

Guohan Hu, IBM T J Watson Research Center, USA

Kerem Camsari

Jian-Ping

Piramanayagam

Lunch with Speakers
Luiz Augusto Sousa de Oliveira

NOON - 2:00 PM on Thursday, May 9
Lunch will be provided
Room: EUROPA III
Max. number of attendees: 90 students
Pre-registration required

The event will consist of a meeting between small groups of students and distinguished speakers from the Conference.

Confirmed Speakers:

Montserrat Rivas

Manuel Vazquez, National Spanish Council for Research, Spain;

Montserrat Rivas

Connie Li, Naval Research Lab., United States;

Montserrat Rivas

Johanna Fischer, SPINTEC, France;

Montserrat Rivas

Pedro Landeros, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile;

Montserrat Rivas

Daniela P. Valdes, CNEA-CONICET, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina;

Montserrat Rivas

Xin Zhang, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, China;

Masaki Sekino, The University of Tokyo, Japan;

Anthony Tan, Imperial College;

Kleber Roberto Pirota, UNICAMP, Brazil.

Alexandra Mougin, Université Paris-Saclay, France.

Women in Magnetism
Monstserrat Rivas

Tuesday Evening
No pre-registration

Women in Magnetism Network Event Image

“Women in Magnetism, What’s next?”
Step into the future of magnetism at the Women Networking Event during Intermag 2024!

All women at the conference are warmly invited to join our dynamic gathering. With the motto guiding us, seize the chance to exchange job positions, resumes, volunteering, mentorship offers, and project announcements within the community of “magnetic women.” Engage in meaningful discussions at topical tables covering leadership, academia, post-PhD opportunities, publications, work-life balance, and more. Let’s collaboratively shape the future of women in magnetism—what shall we do next?

Organized by the Women in Magnetism committee of the IEEE Magnetics Society:
https://ieeemagnetics.org/membership/community/women-magnetism

Students in Magnetism
May Inn Sim

Thursday Evening
No pre-registration required.

Students in Magnetism Intermag2024 Event Image

Calling all graduate students!

Join us for a graduate student networking session with food, drinks, and freebies!

All graduate students are invited to mix and mingle at this networking session while enjoying some fun and games!

To ensure that you can secure your goodies, please reserve them as early as possible through the provided link.

* Giveaway items are subjected to availability, i.e. the earlier you inform us, the higher the chance we can make sure that yours is reserved!

www.studentsinmagnetism.org/intermag2024

Young Professionals Meeting (students & junior researchers),
Dmytro Bozhko

To be defined

Sensor Challenge
Luiz Augusto Sousa de Oliveira

Instruction meeting on Tuesday at 11:30 & final competition on Thursday evening.
Max. number of attendees: 30 students - Pre-registration required.

The challenge will be proposed to pre-register students. It will begin on Monday evening with a meeting, where instructions for the challenge will be given.
Teams will be drawn and receive an Arduino design kit to complete the proposed challenge.

Hackathon: Machine Learning AI for Magnetism - Tutorial and Hands-on Experience

2:00PM - 4:00 PM on Wednesday,May 8
Room: to be defined
# of participants to be defined
Pre-registration required

Thomas Winkler1, Kilian Leutner1, Yuriy Mokrousov2, Hans Fangohr3,4, Mathias Kläui1

  1. Institute of Physics, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, 55099 Mainz, Germany

  2. Peter Grünberg Institut and Institute for Advanced Simulation (IAS-1), Forschungszentrum Jülich and JARA, 52425 Jülich, Germany

  3. Max-Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Luruper Chaussee 149, 22761 Hamburg, Germany

  4. University of Southampton, SO17 1BJ, Southampton, United Kingdom

Machine-learning-based techniques are becoming more relevant in modern research, as they enable fast and robust data evaluation or can predict the physical properties of investigated systems. We will cover these two aspects of artificial intelligence (AI) in the research field of spintronics.

This session organized by M. Kläui will consist of three parts: a talk on magnetic pattern recognition given by T. Winkler, a talk on AI-supported electronic structure predictions given by Y. Mokrousov, and hands-on activities led by K. Leutner and T. Winkler.”

The first introductory talk will deal with the data evaluation of magnetic imaging techniques, such as Kerr microscopy, with convolutional neural networks [1,2]. In the second part, AI-supported methods are presented to predict intricate changes in the electronic structure of non-collinear magnetic materials [3].

Participants can follow instructions to run AI models on their own laptop devices in the subsequent hands-on session. We will provide exemplary magnetic microscopy measurement data and suitable pre-trained AI models for their evaluation. Further instructions and files can be downloaded prior to the session under https://download.klaeui-lab.de/intermag24/.

[1] Isaac Labrie-Boulay, Thomas Brian Winkler et al., Phys. Rev. Applied 21, 014014 (2024)

[2] Winkler, T. B., Labrie-Boulay et al., Zenodo, doi: 10.5281/zenodo.7636110 (2023)

[3] Kipp, J., et al., https://arxiv.org/abs/2401.03044

Meet the editors of IEEE Transactions on Magnetics & IEEE Magnetics Letters
Tom Thompson

Tuesday or Thursday. To be defined
# of participants to be defined

Magnetic Energy Conversion Meeting

Wednesday Evening
No pre-registration required.

Latin American Magnetics Community Meeting

Tuesday or Thursday Evening
No pre-registration required.