The Magnet Lab's FSU headquarters spans 330,000 square feet.
PPHMF-VII will bring together experts from around the world for critical discussions of recent advances in those areas of science and technology in which high magnetic fields play an important role or could play an important role in the future.
Discussions will span the wide range of research and experimental techniques of interest to the high magnetic field community and will seek to identify new opportunities in magnetic field research.
The conference is organized by the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and will consist of invited talks, contributed talks and posters. There will be no conference proceedings to encourage the presentation of the latest results. This conference will be preceded by a
symposium honoring Prof. Lev P. Gor'kov, Dec. 2-3.
Topics will include:
- superconductivity including pnictides, cuprates, heavy fermions and organics
- semiconductors and the quantum Hall effect
- topological magnetism
- magnetoelectrics and multiferroics
- spintronics and quantum computing
- magnetic materials
- quantum fluids and solids
- application of high magnetic fields on soft matter