May 29-June 3, 2022
Venue: Yokohama Symposia
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- Abstract Submission deadline: 27th June 2022
- Notification of Acceptance: 15th July 2022
- Discount Rate Registration: 16th Dec. 2021 - 1st Aug. 2022
- Standard Registration: Aug. 2nd - Oct. 21st 2022
- Paper Submission: Now - Oct. 31st 2022
Yoshinobu Baba (Nagoya University, Japan)
Michael Coey (Trinity College, Ireland)
Kannan Krishnan (Univ. Washington, USA)
Josep Nogués (Univ. Autònoma Barcelona, Spain)
Alessandro Lascialfari (University of Pavia, Italy)
Yoshihiro Sasaki (Kyoto University, Japan), Marco Coisson (INRIM, Italy),
Sabrine Disch (Univ. Koln, Germany), Cathrine Frandsen (DTU, Denmark),
Yuhiro Iwamoto (Nagoya Inst Tech, Japan),
Jean Marc (Greneche Univ. Le Mans, France),
Alexandros Lappas (FORTH, Greece),
Sawako Nakamae (SPEC- CEA - Saclay, France),
Satoshi Okamoto (Tohoku University, Japan), Francesco Pineider (Univ. Pisa, Italy),
Gurvinder Singh (Univ. Sydney, Australia), Elin Winkler (CNEA Argentina)
we are very glad to announce that 11th International Conference on fine particle magnetism (ICFPM) will be held in Yokohama from 16th to 21st October, 2022.
The conference is aimed at providing a forum to discuss the latest development and new trends in the research on magnetic nanoparticles and their applications.
Besides the Conference, you will enjoy the city of Yokohama, lying on the Bay of Tokyo. It grants the visitor a lively touristic offer and the opportunity to enjoy Japanese culture.
You will be very welcome to Yokohama !
Dr. Dino Fiorani : President of ICFPM Steering Committee
Prof. Yuko Ichiyanagi and Prof. Hiroaki Mamiya: Conference Co-Chairs
The International Conference on Fine Particle Magnetism (ICFPM) is a series of conferences aimed at providing an international forum for discussion of the theory and modelling of these systems, their fundamental properties and underlying phenomena, developments in methods for their preparation and characterization, data storage, energy, and life sciences applications. The first Conference was held in Rome in 1991. The successive conferences were in Bangor (1996), Barcelona (1999), Pittsburg (2002), London (2004), Rome (2007), Uppsala (2010), Perpignan (2013), Gaithersburg (2016), and Gijón (2019).