Frontiers in CMP 2020

This two-day meeting is supported by the IOP Low Temperature, Magnetism and Superconductivity Groups and will be held in the School of Physics at the University of Bristol on the 9th-10th January 2020.

This year we have a free public lecture open to all:

"Quantum Technology - Opportunities & Challenges"

Prof. SĂ©amus Davis

University of Oxford, UK and

University College Cork, RoI

6:30pm - 7:30pm, Thursday 9th January 2020,

Powell Lecture Theatre, H.H. Wills Physics Laboratory,

University of Bristol.

Register for free tickets at TBA

Key Dates

Abstract Submission deadline: 24 November 2019

Registration deadline: 15 December 2019

Notification of acceptance: No later than 2 December 2019

The focus will be on new developments in the fields of hard electronic condensed matter, encompassing superconductivity, magnetism, 2D materials, strong spin-orbit systems and beyond. It is organised and supported by the UK's two EPSRC funded Centre's for Doctoral Training in Condensed Matter Physics: the CDT-CMP and the CM-CDT.

The conference is open to all researchers. We strongly encourage student participation from all related research groups in the UK and beyond.

Organising committee:

Chris Bell (Bristol), Stephen Clark (Bristol), Phil King (St Andrews), Sven Badoux (Bristol), Joe Wilcox (Bristol), Anton Souslov (Bath) and Sven Friedemann (Bristol).