Dear Colleagues, Students and Postdoctoral Researchers,
Following the success of last year’s meeting, the IEEE Magnetics Society and the Organizing Committees cordially invite students and postdocs from around the world to submit oral and poster contributions for the second edition of the 2021 Around-the-Clock Around-the-Globe Magnetics Conference (AtC-AtG), which will be held online on the 24th of August 2021. Registration and attendance are open to everyone.
The AtC-AtG is an international 24-hour non-stop virtual conference on every topic related to magnetism with speakers from all over the world passing the baton to each other across every time zone. The conference is completely free and organized by students and postdocs worldwide under the umbrella of the IEEE Magnetics Society. This conference aims to highlight recent progress and trends in the field of magnetism, ranging from fundamental to applied aspects.
This online conference sets a particular emphasis on connecting students and postdocs among different parts of the globe through a series of oral and poster presentations coupled with multidiscipline networking opportunities. All contributed talks and posters are reserved for students and post-doctoral researchers and will take place live. The invited talks and tutorials will be given by senior scientists on different topics, with opportunities for interactive questions and discussions. (Invited speakers will be announced soon.)
Call for Participation
Abstract for Oral and Poster presentations from students and postdocs can be submitted through the conference website following the guidelines on the website.
The abstract submission closes at 2nd of July 2021 midnight UTC and the registration deadline is on the 22nd of August 2021.
For further information, please contact us at email@example.com.
We look forward to your submissions!
The Co-chairs of the 2021 AtC-AtG Conference Program Committee
Jose A. Fernandez-Roldan (firstname.lastname@example.org), University of Oviedo, Spain
Christina Psaroudaki (email@example.com), California Institute of Technology, USA
Samuel Yick (firstname.lastname@example.org), University of Auckland, New Zealand
Brought to you by the IEEE Magnetics Society
24th August 2021