ABSTRACT DEADLINE: July 19, 2000
The 8th Joint Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (MMM)-Intermag Conference
will be held at the Marriott Rivercenter in San Antonio, Texas,
from Monday, January 8, through Thursday, January 11, 2001. Members
of the international scientific and engineering communities interested
in recent developments in magnetism and associated technologies
are invited to attend the Conference and contribute to its technical
SCOPE OF THE CONFERENCE:
This Conference will include all basic and applied science and
technology related to the field of magnetism. The technical subject
categories for the Conference are located below.
Because of the need to convey information effectively with colleagues
as well as a continued increase in the number of submitted abstracts
in recent years, authors should make an effort to present their
work in the best possible light. Please keep in mind the following
abstract acceptance criteria used by the Program Committee:
- The research must be about magnetism,
magnetic materials, or magnetism-related technology.
- The work must be original and significant.
Abstracts that describe incremental advances over previously presented
work will be rejected.
- The work must be substantially complete.
Abstracts that do not specifically refer to new results or are
largely conceptual will be rejected.
- In the interest of allowing as many
groups as possible to present their work, groups or individuals
considering the submission of many similar abstracts should, whenever
possible, combine related work.
- The abstract must be in understandable
English. If necessary, have a native English speaker edit your
abstract before submission.
The abstracts must be submitted
prior to the July 19, 2000 deadline. This deadline will be strictly
observed. Please submit an abstract Ovide support NLY
if you expect to register at the Conference WITHOUT financial
support from the Conference. The Conference does NOT profor
any contributed papers. In addition, the presenting author MUST
be a registrant
The program will consist of invited
and contributed papers falling broadly within the scope of the categories
listed on the back page. Some of the invited papers will be tutorial
in nature, while others will review recent work in specialized fields.
The Program Committee is chaired by R. Victora and D. Weller. The
Program Committee consists of the following members: D. Awschalom,
W. Butler, J. Borchers, Z. Celinski, W-Y. Ching, J. Daughton, S.
Dey, W. Doyle, W. Egelhoff, Jr., L. Folks, D. Fowler, R. Gomez,
B. Gurney, G. Hadjipanayis, V. Harris, F. Hellman, G. Hughes, J.
Katine, C. Krafft, D. Lavers, M. Lederman, L. H. Lewis, J. MacLaren,
M. Mallary, M. McHenry, M. Mirzamaani, K. OıGrady, R. Osborn, M.
OıShea, T. Pokhil, H. Richter, M. Schabes, P. Schiffer, P. Schlottman,
R. Shull, R. Skomski, B. Stadler, T. Suzuki, J. Tang, and S. von
Submit all abstracts for the 8th Joint MMM-Intermag
Conference electronically using the MMM web submission
system. Abstracts MUST be submitted on or before July
19, 2000. Authors may access the Web Abstract Submission
system through a link on the Conference web site (http://www.magnetism.org),
or directly through the AIP web site:
Please read and/or print the abstract
submission procedures for reference while you are submitting your
abstract. The password enabling you to begin the submission process
is: magnet00. If you have questions about this procedure,
please contact the AIP Coordinator at the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please send abstracts to AIP via the
MMM web submission system ONLY. DO NOT send abstracts via
e-mail, fax, or regular mail, since they will not be processed
- Abstracts should be 300 words or less.
The system will not permit overly long abstracts to be submitted.
Two figures in addition to the 300 words are allowed.
- ONLY use ASCII or TeX formats
as described in the instructions. The abstract submission system
cannot process any other formats.
- Submit your abstract only once. However,
please feel free to recall and edit it. The ability to edit is
available only until the deadline date. You cannot add or delete
a figure in the editing process, you must resubmit. If you wish
to delete the abstract, send an e-mail to: email@example.com
- One or two figures ONLY
may be submitted with the abstract. Unfortunately, figures are
NOT viewable from the website and you will not be able
to see the figures that you submit. Information about the format
and procedure is available at the website. DO NOT mail figures
- DO provide a complete mailing
address for each author as requested on the electronic form. Use
upper and lower case characters. (DO NOT simply use all upper
case). The information you submit will be used for mailing acceptance
letters and other material. Acronyms of institution names are
cut and paste your abstract (without formatting) into the space
provided at the website. The web submission system will automatically
produce your abstract in the proper format for publication. The
version you view and edit on the screen is a facsimile and does
not show the final format.
The Proceedings of the Conference will be published in June 2001,
as special issues of Journal of Applied Physics and IEEE
Transactions on Magnetics. Entire sessions will be assigned
to one or the other of these publications by the Program Committee.
Detailed instructions on the preparation of manuscripts for submission
will be sent to authors whose papers are accepted for presentation
at the Conference. The maximum paper length is six journal pages
for invited papers and three journal pages for contributed papers.
All manuscripts must be received by October 13, 2000. This
deadline will be strictly observed. Post-deadline manuscripts will
be returned to the authors and not forwarded for review. Authors
are reminded that review standards will mirror those used for regular
articles submitted to Journal of Applied Physics and IEEE
Transactions on Magnetics, and that, because of time constraints,
a second review may not be possible for resubmitted papers that
were originally rejected. Papers must be presented at the Conference
by an author registered at the Conference in order to be published
in the Proceedings.
The Marriott Rivercenter is located in the cultural and historical
center of downtown San Antonio, Texas. The Marriott Rivercenter
is in close proximity to the sightseeing attractions such as the
Tower of the Americas, Institutes of Texan Culture, Southwest Craft
Center, The Texas Adventure and the Mexican Cultural Institute.
You wonıt want to miss out on visiting the famous San Antonio River
Walk where you can enjoy great entertainment and excellent restaurants.
- Single: US$140.00
- Double: US$164.00
Complete details regarding hotel reservations and conference registration
fees, along with the necessary forms, will be available both in
the Advance Program and on the Conference web site www.magnetism.org.
For additional information, please contact:
Courtesy Associates, Inc.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY INTO THE USA:
Foreign citizens must carry a valid passport and/or visa to enter
the United States. Foreign participants should contact the United
States Embassy, Consulate, or Office of Tourism in their home country
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE to determine their particular visa requirements.
Participants requiring visas must initiate the application process
well in advance of their departure date. If you need a personal
letter of invitation to attend the conference, please contact Courtesy
Associates. Be sure to provide your complete mailing address so
that a signed letter of invitation can be mailed to you via standard
Note: The 8 th Joint MMM-Intermag Conference CANNOT contact
or intervene with any U.S. Embassy or Consulate office abroad on
Pre-paid advance registration by mail
or fax will be offered at a reduced rate prior to December 1, 2000.
The Conference registration fees and form will be available both
in the Advance Program and on the Conference web site.
A technical exhibition of materials,
services, instruments and literature will take place during the
Joint Conference. The 1998 Exhibition had 50 exhibiting companies
including the IEEE and the Combined Book Display. If you or your
company are interested in exhibiting or would like to receive additional
information about the 8th Joint MMM-Intermag Exhibition, please
contact Joe Teter, Exhibits Chairman, at firstname.lastname@example.org;
or Rebecca Dopkin, Exhibits Manager, Courtesy Associates, Tel: 202-973-8668,
Fax: 202-973-8722, E-mail:
BEST 1999 MMM STUDENT PRESENTATION AWARD WINNER:
The winner of the Best Student Presentation
Award for MMM=99 is:
William H Rippard
for the presentation ³Ballistic
electron magnetic microscopy: Imaging magnetic structure with nanometer
STUDENT TRAVEL SUPPORT:
The Conference intends to award grants
of approximately $500 each to a limited number of students working
in magnetism and magnetic materials. These awards are intended to
partially offset travel costs to attend the 8th Joint MMM-Intermag
Conference, January 2001. Preference will be given to students who
are nearing completion of their graduate studies and presenting
Conference papers. No support will be granted to postdoctoral fellows
or non-students. To apply for a travel grant, a student should submit,
preferably by e-mail, a brief letter of endorsement from his or
her faculty advisor and an application containing the following
information: (1) name, address, phone, FAX and e-mail address of
the student and his/her advisor, (2) title and 1-2 sentence description
of the thesis work, (3) thesis start date, expected graduation date
and name of degree (e.g., Ph.D. or M.S.), (4) whether or not the
student will present a paper that has been accepted by the conference
and, if so, the title, paper number and authors of that paper, (5)
itemized budget for attending the Conference (airline travel, boarding
and lodging should use the most economical fares possible), (6)
expected dollar amount that the studentıs current financial support
will provide for travel to the Conference, and (7) whether or not
the student has received a travel award for a previous MMM or Intermag
Conference and, if yes, then the year and name of the Conference.
The application should be sent to:email@example.com.
Applications received after the deadline date of October 13, 2000
will NOT be considered. Decisions will be mailed by November 30,
46th Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic
Materials November 12 16, 2001, Seattle, Washington; Intermag
Conference April 29 May 3, 2002 Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 47th
Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials November 11 15,
2002, Tampa, Florida; Intermag Conference March 30 April 3, 2003,
Boston, Massachusetts; 9th Joint MMM-Intermag Conference January
5 9, 2004, Anaheim, California.
in Ferromagnetic CMR Manganites
in Novel Devices
Probes in Magnetic Nanostructures
Magnetic Nanotechnology in the Next Decade
Submit abstract at www.aip.org/cgi-bin/mmm/startmmm.
Use password: magnet00
BEST STUDENT PRESENTATION AWARD:
This year, there will be a competition
for the best student presentation at the 8th Joint MMM-Intermag
Conference to recognize and to encourage excellence in graduate
studies in the field of magnetism.
Eligibility: The nominee must
be a full time graduate student expecting to graduate within one
year of the 8th Joint Meeting. The student's area of research may
either be theoretical or experimental in any of the general technical
and scientific areas normally presented as part of the 8th Joint
Meeting. The student's regularly submitted abstract must have been
accepted for presentation through the normal abstract review process
by the 8th Joint Program Committee as either an oral or poster presentation.
Nature of Award: This award
consists of a one-year fellowship of $1000 for the winner and a
one-year fellowship of $250 to each of the remaining finalists.
The names of all finalists competing for the award will be announced
in the 8 th Joint Meeting Abstract and Program Booklets. The name
of the winner will be published in the Program Booklet of the following
MMM (46 th ) Meeting.
Selection Process: Up to 8 finalists
will be selected by a Student Award sub-committee of the 8th Joint
Program Committee. Selections will be made from extended-abstract
applications, as described below, based on an overall assessment
of the quality of each applicantıs extended and regularly submitted
abstracts. Notification to the finalists will be made with the 8th
Joint abstract acceptance notifications. The presentations, which
must be made by the finalist, will be evaluated at the conference
by the Student Award sub-committee and the winner will be announced
shortly after the conclusion of the 8th Joint Meeting. The decision
of the Student Award sub-committee is final.
- Students must submit an abstract to
the 8th Joint MMM-Intermag Conference according to the standard
submission guidelines and deadlines as outlined in the Call for
Papers. Please DO NOT identify the abstract as part of
the student award competition. The 8th Joint abstract deadline
is July 19, 2000; and the extended abstract submission deadline
is July 27, 2000.
- Students must also submit an extended
abstract of a maximum of two pages of text, equations, and figures.
The extended abstract will be used to select the finalists; and
should expand upon the research, describe the applicant's contribution
to the work, and show the significance of the work to the field.
In addition, the extended abstract should include the abstract
number of the regular abstract; the title; the authors, their
affiliations, and addresses; any equations; and pertinent bibliography.
The following guidelines should be followed:
- Minimum 1 inch margins on all
sides of all pages.
- Font size of at least 12 points
for text; line spacing at least 1.17 times the font size.
- Font size of at least 9 points
(after reduction) on figures.
Extended abstracts are due by FRIDAY,
JULY 27, 2000. Extended abstracts may be submitted either by
mail, overnight courier, or fax. Please DO NOT send extended abstracts
Submit extended abstracts to:
University of Minnesota
200 Union St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455-0154
TECHNICAL SUBJECT CATEGORIES:
- Fundamental Properties and Cooperative
A. Electronic Structure
B. Itinerant Magnetism
C. Critical Phenomena
D. Spin Glasses and Frustration
E. Spin Dynamics and Relaxation
F. Kondo, Mixed Valence, and Heavy Fermions
- Transport Properties
A. Giant Magnetoresistance in Metals
B. Colossal Magnetoresistance in Oxides
C. Anisotropic Magnetoresistance, Magnetoimpedance, and Hall Effect
D. Magnetic Tunnel Junctions
- Computational Magnetics and Imaging
A. Numerical Methods
B. Micromagnetics and Hysteresis
C. Magnetic Microscopic and Imaging
D. Design Techniques
E. Eddy Currents
- Soft Magnetic Materials and Applications
B. Crystalline Alloys
C. Amorphous/Nanocrystalline Materials
E. Transformers and Inductors
- Hard Magnetic Materials and Applications
A. 2:17 and Related Compounds
B. Nanostructured Hard Magnets
C. Hard Magnets, Particles and Films
D. Hard Magnet Processing and Applications
- Artificially Structured Materials
A. Ultra-Thin Films
B. Surface Effects
C. Multilayer Films
D. Small Particles and Patterned Films
E. Exchange Biasing
- Other Magnetic Materials
A. New Magnetic Materials
B. Magnetic Semiconductors
C. Microwave Materials
D. Magneto-optic Materials
E. Magneto-elastic Materials
- Magnetic Recording
A. Particulate Media and ME Tape
B. Longitudinal Thin Film Media
C. Other Thin Film and Patterned Media
D. Magneto Resistive Heads
E. Inductive Recording Heads
F. Recording Head Materials
G. Head-Media Interface and Tribology
H. Magneto-Optic Recording
I. Recording Systems and Theory
J. Recording Modeling and Phenomena
K. Alternative Magnetic Storage
- Applications and Interdisciplinary
A. Microwave and Millimeter Wave Devices
B. Magnetic Memory and Elements
C. Magnetic sensors
D. Magnetic Fluids
E. Shielding, Levitation and Propulsion
F. Bio/Chemical Magnetism
G. Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques
H. Magnetic Separation
I. Power and Control Magnetics