NEW: 15 Sept. 2017 – The Conference (very succesful!) has been closed today.
Thank you very much to all the (over 100) enthusiastic participants! See you on the next edition, Magnet-2019, to be held in Messina (Sicily).
Here below you find a link to the collection of photos recorded on the central day of the conference (14 Sept 2017)
Welcome to the webpage of the 5th Italian Conference on Magnetism (Magnet2017) that is is promoted by the Italian Magnetism Association (AIMagn) and organized by the Department of Physics and Geology of the Perugia University and by the Institute of Materials (IOM) of the National research Council (CNR).
This is the 5th in a series of biennial, medium format, conferences (the participation will be limited to about 180 attendees) aimed at presenting and discussing recent achievements in both fundamental and applied magnetism, putting together researchers from Universities, public Research Institutions and companies working in the field of Magnetism.
The scientific program is structured in different thematic sessions dedicated to a number hot research topics (with no parallel sessions). In addition to contributed talks and posters, three invited scientists will give keynote talks about subjects of their expertise. The Magnetism Community is warmely invited to submit abstracts according to the instructions and template reported on this web site.
The social program includes the annual Meeting of the Italian Magnetism Association (AIMagn), the renewal of the membership to AiMagn and the social dinner.
The Conference will be held at “La Cittadella”, within the hystorical center of Assisi. Assisi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for the magnificent medieval architecture and for being the birthplace of Saint Francis. It represents an ensemble of masterpieces of human creative genius which have made it a fundamental reference for art history in Europe and in the world.
A special touristic program will be organized both during the conference (for the accompanying persons) and just after the conference (for those who want to stay in Assisi during the week-end), including the visit to the Basilica of St. Francis with the cycles of the Giotto paintings and other.