Student networking lunch, EcoCem Room, level 3
INTERMAG 2017 will host the ever popular Lunch with the Speakers and Lunch with the Experts, on Tuesday the 25th of April and Thursday the 27th of April. The aim of these events is to provide an informal atmosphere where students can interact with experts from the field of magnetism, over a complimentary sit-down lunch. The events are open to all students and space is allocated on a first come first served basis. Only 60 places are available for each event. Both events are being kindly sponsored by Evico Magnetics.
An email will be sent to all those registered as a student with a link to sign up for a seat with a given speaker / expert. If you are a student but have not received such an email, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also note that you must arrive in good time for the event. Any seats unfilled by 12h15 will be offered to students on a waiting list.
You must be registered for INTERMAG in order to register for these lunch time events.
Meet the Speakers (Tuesday 25th) 12:00pm – 1:00pm
1) Alexander Barcza (Vacuumschmelze GmbH & Co. KG)
2) Paulo Freitas (INESC MN)
3) Maria Torija (NVE Corp)
4) Jon Slaughter (Everspin Technologies, Inc)
5) Connie Li (Naval Research Laboratory)
6) Markus Münzenberg (Univ. Greifswald)
7) Mark Freeman (University of Alberta)
Meet the Experts (Thursday 27th) 12:00pm – 1:00pm
1) Martina Mueller (Research Center Jülich)
2) Leon Abelmann (KIST Europe)
3) Sarah Thompson (University of York)
4) Yoshichika Otani (University of Tokyo)
5) Roger Wood (HGST)
6) Xiaofeng Jin (Fudan University)
7) Kaizhong Gao (Argonne National Laboratory)
Evico magnetics GmbH
Evico magnetics GmbH is a spin-off of the Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW) Dresden, Germany. The company offers scientific consultancy and expertise on magnetic and hydrogen storage materials. The main products are advanced magneto-optical Kerr Microscopes for the in-situ observation of magnetic domains and the magnet-optical measurement of magnetization curves (MOKE magnetometry) as well as High Pressure Milling Vials with a gas temperature monitoring system for the synthesis of magnetic powders and hydrogen storage materials.