El Escorial, from 10-15 May 2015.

The purpose of the Workshop is to promote international collaboration and
exchange of ideas in the field of vortex physics. Interested participants
please contact the organization at info@vortex2015.org. The Abrikosov Prize
in Vortex Physics 2015 will be announced during the workshop. The Prize
recognizes outstanding achievements in the basic science of vortex behavior,
and is presented every two years at this workshop. Details for proposal
submission will be soon available in vortex2015.org.

Previous workshops:
2013       Nanjing, China, May 21st-28th
2011       Chicago, USA, July 31st – August 5th
2009       Lake   Yamanaka, Japan, September 12nd – 16th
2006       Wroclaw, Poland, July 3rd – 8th
2005       Mumbai, India, January 9th – 14th
2003       Ile d’Oleron, France, June 23rd – 27th
2001       Bariloche, Argentina, November 27th – December 2nd
2000       Lunteren, the Netherlands, August 28th – September 1st
1999       Stanford University, CA, USA, June 19th-25th
1998       Hachimantai, Japan, June 18th – 24th
1997       Monte Verita, Switzerland, June 17th – 23rd
1996       Shoresh, Israel, June 23rd – 30th
1995       Lake Forest, IL, USA, June 22nd – 28th
1994       Palaiseau, France, June 26th – July 1st

Topics include:
• Vortex pinning and phase diagrams; single and multicomponent
• Vortex dynamics: Dynamic phase diagram and single vortex motion
• Materials for applications: tapes and wires
• Vortex imaging in real and reciprocal space: Scanning microscopies,
neutron and muon scattering
• 2D Vortex lattices
• Devices for high frequency radiation and detection. SQUIDs and junctions
•  Materials: pnictides, cuprates, heavy fermions, chalcogenides, etc.
• Irradiation and nanostructuring for vortex pinning
• Magnetic skyrmions: Lattices and dynamics
• 2D films and layered materials. Superconductor to insulator transitions.
Electric field induced superconductivity.
• Vortices in topological and in strongly correlated electron
• Vortices in superconducting/ferromagnetic hybrids
• Thermal and disorder induced transitions