NCN GRIEG: Spin and charge transport in low-dimensional novel quantum materials (2Dtronics)
MagIC+ is the satellite workshop to “The European Conference Physics of Magnetism 2023 (PM’23)" the conference organized jointly by Faculty of Physics in Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland and Institute of Molecular Physics Polish Academy of Science in Poznań.
The first MagIC Workshop was held in Trzebaw in 2017 and focused on magnonics. The second in 2021, due to Covid's limitations, was only online, and focused on the multifunctional aspects of spin-wave dynamics and transport properties in low-dimensional quantum materials.
In 2023 the MagIC + workshop will held in Będlewo, Poland, in a beautiful palace built in neo-Gothic style: https://www.palacbedlewo.pl/en/. Its topics will focus on innovative ideas in the fields of spintronics, magnonics and materials science, with particular emphasis on 2D materials, nanoscale magnetization textures, topological phases and more. The Workshop aims to stimulate discussions between beginners and experienced scientists https://www.palacbedlewo.pl/en/working in the field of magnonics and spintronics and materials science to look for new effects and the possibility of their practical use. The Workshop offers an excellent opportunity to share the latest results, exchange opinions, and discuss emergent and future directions related to spin-waves and magnetic solitons, spin-dependent transport, and spintronics devices based on new materials. The lectures will be delivered by world-leading experts, broadly united under the following topics:
All participants are very welcome to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentations, to enable them to share their recent research results while also fuelling opportunity for fruitful discussions.
Conference cost: 2400 PLN (around 500 EUR) covering registration fee, conference materials, full board and accommodation.
Please contact the organizers in advance if the invitation letter for the visa application is required.
The most convenient means of transportation are direct flights to Poznan or connecting flights to Warsaw or Berlin. From Warsaw and Berlin, there are frequent and affordable direct train or bus connections (such as Flix bus) to Poznan. Please feel free to reach out to us for any questions or assistance needed in regards to transportation to the conference at email@example.com.
On the inaugural day of the workshop, all attendees are cordially invited to gather at the Faculty of Physics of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, where the fee transportation will be provided to Będlewo.
For participants arriving at a later date, transportation is available from the main bus station to Będlewo. The cost of this service is approximately 3 euros, and tickets can be purchased at the ticket office of the station or directly from the driver (payment in Polish currency only, cash only with no option to pay by card). Alternatively, a taxi (such as Uber) can be taken to Będlewo, with a cost of approximately 25-30 euros.
If any issues arise with your travel, we kindly request attendees to contact the conference organizers directly. In case of exceptional circumstances, we can arrange individual transportation upon request.
The conference fee includes accommodation for all participants, with each workshop attendee being assigned an individual room. In the case of a higher number of attendees, double rooms may be arranged by prior agreement. If any participants are interested in accommodation in Poznan before or after the conference, we recommend exploring the offers available on online portals, such as booking.com.
Please find link to Jakdojade.pl - service where you can plan your journey through Poznań. Please use google maps to plan your travel or to find local polish bus connection to Będlewo.
Taxi - close to main entrance of Poznan Lawica Airport you can find taxi stop or call for example Taxi Poznan, Gold Taxi.
Cost about 100 zł. Using an app like Uber is recommended in Poznan.
The European Conference Physics of Magnetism,
Poznań, Poland, 26th to June 30rd, 2023
NCN is a government agency, supervised by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, set up in 2011 to support basic research in Poland.