Arles, France, September 26-30, 2018

Summer school scope:

The European Magnetic Field Laboratory (EMFL) summer school is dedicated to recent advances in science in high magnetic fields. The series of lectures given by renowned scientists will guide participants through the various areas of current physics, chemistry and material science in high magnetic fields. The school is open primarily to young scientists, master & doctoral students and to postdoctoral researchers, but also to senior scientists willing to get an overview about current research in high magnetic fields. The participants will have an opportunity to present their own results in a specially dedicated poster session.


Confirmed invited speakers & topics:

Denis M. Basko, (Grenoble) : 2D materials - theory

Julien Bobroff, (Paris-Orsay): Scientific outreach

Hartmut Buhmann, (Wűrzburg): Topological matter

Alexey Chernikov, (Regensburg): 2D materials - experiment

Peter Christianen, (Nijmegen): Soft matter

Amalia Coldea, (Oxford): HTc superconductivity

Mark O. Goerbig, (Paris-Orsay): Quantum Hall Effect

Nigel Hussey, (Nijmegen): Superconductivity

Alois Loidl, (Augsburg): Multiferroics

Hadrian Mayaffre, (Grenoble): Low-dimensional magnetism

Alix McCollam, (Nijmegen): Heavy-fermion systems

Robin J. Nicholas, (Oxford): Novel semiconductors

Alexandre Pourret, (Grenoble): Metals & Fermi surfaces

Geert Rikken, (Grenoble/Toulouse): Technology & exp. techniques

Joris van Slageren, (Stuttgart): Molecular magnetism

Dmitri Yakovlev, (Dortmund): Semiconductor nanostructures


Important dates:

Registration deadline:   30 June, 2018

Notification of acceptance: early July 2018

EMFL school: 26-30 September, 2018



Participant fee:

The school is sponsored by EMFL and no participation fees are requested. The participants will be selected primarily among young scientists (master/doctoral students & postdoctoral researchers), based on the quality of submitted abstract. 




Le Village Camarguais

474 chemin de la Prairie                    

13200 Arles




Clément Faugeras, (CNRS, Grenoble)

Thomas Herrmannsdoerfer, (HZ Dresden-Rossendorf)

William Knafo, (CNRS, Toulouse)  

Milan Orlita, (CNRS, Grenoble) 

Paulina Plochocka, (CNRS, Toulouse)    

Steffen Wiedmann, (HMFL Nijmegen)




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