IOP Conferences
 

15 – 17 December 2009
Warwick University, UK

Supported by Condensed Matter and Materials Division of the Institute of Physics

Second announcement (PDF, 1.07 MB)

In the conference:

  • Plenary lectures, given by internationally recognised speakers.
  • A wide range of symposia with both invited and contributed talks. The final programme will include symposia reflecting your contributions.
  • Poster sessions enabling scientists to present their work in an informal and convivial setting. 

 

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

  • superconductivity
  • magnetism and spintronics
  • semiconductor physics and devices
  • graphene and carbon physics
  • nanoscale physics and technology
  • surfaces, interfaces, and thin film
  • theory of condensed matter
  • strongly correlated systems
  • statistical physics
  • soft condensed matter and biophysics
  • computational physics of material
  • low temperature physics
  • dielectrics
  • metamaterials, photonics and plasmonic
  • materials for energy. 
  • Ultracold Atoms

 

Major themes will include

  • Energy
  • Nanomagnetism
  • Matter under extreme conditions

 

Student participation

CMMP has always provided a forum for students to present their work, either in symposia or in poster sessions. There will be prizes for the best student contributions, including a poster prize awarded by the students themselves. This year the traditional student-day activities will be embedded within the main conference programme, with special introductory lectures scheduled on the major themes.

 

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