The next session of the European School on Magnetism (ESM) series will take place in Brno, Czech Republic, from September 2nd to September 13th, 2019. The European School on Magnetism is a pan-European event organized under the umbrella of the European Magnetism Association (

In compliance with previous sessions of ESM, the 2019 School aims at providing a thorough insight into magnetism through a broad series of fundamental lectures, while addressing a specific topic of current interest in more detail. The topic chosen for the 2019 School is: “Experimental Techniques ”, which will cover the fundamental phenomena underlying experimental techniques, their implementation and data analysis, including hands-on practicals. The School will be an opportunity for young scientists, to meet, share their expertise and build networks. It is addressed mainly at PhD students and post-docs, both experimentalists and theoreticians. It will consist of approximately 40 hours of lectures, plus many practicals, open question sessions (5-10h), and free access to a library on magnetism. Attendees will be able to present their own work during poster sessions. The school program is available from the web site:

Request for participation to the school opens today. Potential attendees are expected to provide, along with their application form, a motivation letter and, for PhD students and post-docs, a recommendation letter from their supervisor. The forthcoming important dates are :

  • April 15th 2019: deadline for the requests for participation
  • May 15th 2019: notification of acceptance or waiting list
  • July 1st 2019: deadline for payment of the fees, otherwise cancellation for the benefice of the waiting list.

Registration fees will be 450€ for PhD students and post-docs, if affiliated to a national or European learned society (ex: National or European Physical Society), 480€ otherwise, and 650€ for long-term contracts and permanent staff (tenure academic positions, private companies etc). The fees cover accommodation, breakfast and lunch meals, coffee breaks, local transport, excursion and social activities for the full duration of the school.

Various financial supports have allowed keeping these fees moderate, to support the participation of students. Travel costs remain at the charge of the attendees. Nevertheless, a few scholarships for waiving registration fees may be granted in very special cases where financial support is clearly an obstacle for attending the school. More details about the registration procedure may be found on the web site: