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Welcome To
2nd International Conference on

Magnetism and Magnetic Materials

THEME: Navigating Towards The Future Scope of Magnetic World

About Magnetism and Magnetic Materials

2nd International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials will be organized during April 21-22, 2023. The conference is designed with the motto of Navigating Towards The Future Scope Of Magnetic World. Magnetic Materials 2023 will cover all characteristics of magnetism from fundamental physics and new materials to apply magnetic and device technologies.

This Conference will bring together members of the international scientific and engineering people interested in recent developments in all aspects of fundamental and applied magnetism. The 2023 Magnetic Materials Conference includes the subjects of fundamental and applied magnetism, the latest advances in magnetic materials, energy and power applications, spin electronics, developing applications, trending phenomena, biomagnetism, and much more. The aim of the conference is to obtain a brief exploration of theoretical, experiential, investigational, or theoretical work in all areas of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.

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Scientific Sessions

Track 1:  Magnetism and Magnetic Materials

The force of attraction acting from a distance is known as Magnetism, which is the feature of combined Electromagnetic force, stimulated by the force formed by magnets. The magnetic field is produced by the movement of electrically charged particles, North and south poles are two poles in a magnet. The motion of electrically stimulated particles gives rise to magnetism. The force acting on an electrically charged particle in a magnetic field breaks on the magnitude of the charge, the velocity of the particle, and the strength of the magnetic field. Permanent magnets, made from constituents such as iron, experience the strongest effects, identified as ferromagnetism. In everyday life paramagnetic, diamagnetic, and antiferromagnetic materials are frequently defined as non-magnetic as the force of a magnet is typically too weak to be felt, and can be noticed only by laboratory instruments.

Track 2:  Magnetic Polymer

Magnetism is the latest property to be found in a polymer which has traditionally been restricted to compounds containing metal ions, but these days, researchers made a carbon-based magnet. Magnetic polymers on the base of epoxy composition and polyethene within magnetic powder were found. Many forms of magnets can be obtained from these materials, while the magnetic field may be focused outside or within sample for

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Tracks and Key Topics

  • Track 1 : Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
  • Track 2 : Magnetic Polymer
  • Track 3 : Materials Science
  • Track 4 : Electromagnetism
  • Track 5 : Superconductivity
  • Track 6 : Magnetic Storage
  • Track 7 : Electromagnetic Radiation
  • Track 8 : Functional Magnetic Materials
  • Track 9 : Novel Magnetic Materials and Device Applications
  • Track 10 : Special Magnetic Materials

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Organizing Committee Member

Mikel Holcomb
Kelvin GM Brockbank
Chintakindi Sanjay
Oluwole Daniel Makinde
Tetsu Mitsumata


Market Research

Global Magnetic Material:

The global magnetic materials market demand is predictable to enlarge on account of the rising need for reduction and power generation devices such as generators in wind and hydro-powered turbines over the forecast period. In addition, the market is likely to be determined by the rising automotive industry which exploits magnets in a diversity of components such as the gearbox, pollution control, and alternators. Though, volatile prices of rare earth metals such as samarium, neodymium, and dysprosium used in the production of magnetic materials are predicted to act as a key preventive factor for the market. Rise in application range owing to the development of innovative technologies is likely to open new market paths for the magnetic materials market over the next six years.

Magnetic materials are divided into two product classes which include permanent magnets and electromagnets. Permanent magnets accounted for the foremost market volume share in 2013 owing to extensive practice in power generation devices and automotive. On the basis of applications, main markets for magnetic materials comprise automotive, electronics, industrial, and power generation. Demand for permanent magnets is anticipated to exhibit above regular growth owing to the extensive variety of applications in the automotive and power generation industries.

Asia Pacific accounted for the main market share of magnetic materials

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