Computational Modelling Group

Conference  14th December 2010 10 a.m.  Warwick, UK

Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (CMMP2010)

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Biomedical, Carbon nanotubes, Magnonics, Materials, Micromagnetics, Multi-physics, Semiconductors, Superconductivity, Tribology
Hans Fangohr

Computer simulation result of magnetisation pattern in 3d nanostructure.

CMMP10, with a wide range of symposia will reflect the breadth of condensed matter and materials physics – this series of conferences attracts the highest quality invited and plenary talks, and offers a forum for student presentations.

The conference will cover all areas related to condensed matter and materials physics, including

  • biological physics
  • computational physics
  • low temperature
  • magnetism
  • materials and characterization
  • neutron scattering
  • nonlinear and complex physics
  • polymer physics
  • quantum memory
  • superconductivity
  • theory of condensed matter
  • thin films and surfaces
  • ultracold atoms

The conference logo has been developed at Southampton (A Knittel, M Franchin, T Fischbacher, H Fangohr (2010)): The magnetisation vector field in a Nickel pyramid shell visualised through 3d arrows and red streamlines. The ferromagnetic layer is sitting on top of a non-magnetic pyramid (edge length 100nm), and shows a vortex core that is leaning to the pyramid surface on the left hand side. The colour scale of arrows and surfaces shows the demagnetising energy density.