Fundamental and applied science of magnetism and superconductivity, with emphasis on strongly correlated electron systems are the main topics of the conference. The fields covered in the conference include:
I. Physics and Chemistry of Materials Synthesis
a- Advances in techniques of obtaining high-quality material.
b- Thin films and quantum structures (quantum wells, quantum wires, quantum dots, superlattices).
c- The physics of surfaces and interfaces.
II. Physical Properties
a- Electronic properties and band structure.
b- Transport, magneto-transport, magneto-optical properties.
c- Thermodynamic properties, critical phenomena, phase transitions.
d- Flux dynamics, Josephson effect, critical current.
III. Special Topics in Magnetism
a- Anomalous quantum Hall effect.
b- Amorphous magnetism, spin glasses.
d- Ferrites, garnets, permanent magnets.
e- Nanomagnetism, quantum dot.
g- Magnetic semiconductors.
h- Spintronics and spin transport.
i- Skyrmions and their manipulation.
j- Magnetic imaging and microscopy.
IV. Special Topics in Superconductivity
a- High-Tc cuprates.
b- Fe-based superconductivity.
c- Hydrogen-rich materials, especially at high pressure.
d- Superconductivity at nanoscale.
e- Boron-based superconductivity.
f- Magnetic superconductors.
g- Heavy Fermion.
h- Organic superconductivity.
i- Topological superconductivity; Majorana fermions.
V. Theoretical Approaches
a- Low dimensional systems.
b- Frustrated magnetic systems.
c- HTSC mechanism.
d- Magnetic interactions and ordering.
a- Power, HTSC motors, microwave devices, sensors, optoelectronic.
b- Magnetic recording.
c- Medical and pharmaceutical applications of magnetism.