About IESMMM 2024

We are pleased to invite all researchers, young scholars, delegates, experts and students from all over the world to attend the 2nd International Experts Summit on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (IESMMM2024) will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark during June 06-08, 2024.

IESMMM2024 provides a platform of international standards where you can discuss and share knowledge on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials to bring a unique forum for exchanging the information regarding the latest developments, finding solutions and enriching the knowledge. In addition to Presentations, Workshops, and Discussions, the conference also offers a unique venue for renewing professional relationships, and providing plenty of networking opportunities during the summit.

We’re looking forward to Meghaz meetings with researchers from different countries around the globe for sharing innovative and great results in Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline15 Mar, 2024

Earlybird Registration Deadline25 Sep, 2023

Standard Registration Deadline28 Dec, 2023

Onspot Registration06 Jun, 2024

Conference Sessions

Electronic Structure and Phase Transitions

Quantum Materials


Spin Liquids

Chem Insulators

Magnetoelectronic Materials and Phenomena

Multiferroic Materials


Complex Oxides

Bulk, Films and Heterostructures

Hall Effect and Magnetic Semiconductors

Spintronics - Fundamentals and Devices

Giant Magnetoresistance

Tunnel Magnetoresistance

Voltage-Controlled Magnetic Anisotropy and Switching

MRAM, Magnetic Logic, and Related Devices

Domains and Domain Wall Devices

Skyrmions and Spin-Orbitronics

Antiferromagnetic Spintronics

Spin Injection and Spin Transfer Torques

Neuromorphic Computing

Spin Currents, Spin Pumping, Spin Hall, and Related Effects

Magnetization Dynamics and Micromagnetics

Magnetization Dynamics and Damping

Spin Waves

Micromagnetic Modeling

Soft Magnetic Materials

Ferrites and Garnets

Crystalline Alloys

Structured Materials

Thin Films and Surface Effects

Multi-Layered Films and Superlattices

Patterned Films

Nanoparticle and Nanowire Arrays and Self-Assembly

Exchange Bias

3D and Other Magnetic Structures

Superconducting thin film and Heterostructures

Special Magnetic Materials

Magneto-Optic Materials

Magneto-Elastic Materials

Magneto-Caloric Materials

Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Materials

New Magnetic Materials

Magnetic Recording

Energy-Assisted Recording

Recording Systems and Modeling

Sensors, High Frequency Devices and Power Devices

Magnetic Sensors

High-Frequency, Microwave, and Millimeter Wave Devices

Transformers and Inductors

Magnetics for Power Electronics and Control

Shielding, Levitation and Propulsion

Magnetic Characterization

Magnetic Microscopy and Imaging

Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques

New Magnetic Materials

Plenary Speakers

Paulo Cesar De Morais

Catholic University, Brazil

Marie-Paule Pileni

Sorbonne University, France

Samir Ladaci

National Polytechnic School of Algiers, Algeria

Sapogin Leo Georgy

Technical University, Russia

Yusuke Yamauchi

The University of Queensland, Australia

Emad Al-Shakarchi

Al-Nahrain University. Iraq

Blaz Likozar

National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia

Seung Ki Moon

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Keynote Speakers

Soshu Kirihara

Osaka University, Japan


City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Dror Malka

Holon Institute of Technology, Israel

H. Saktioto

University of Riau, Indonesia

Arieh Ben-Naim

Hebrew University, Israel

Mohsen Sheikholeslami Kandelousi

Babol Noshirvani University, Iran


Registration Categories



  • Access to all Presentations

  • E-Certificate for Presentation and Participation

  • Access to B2B Online Meetings

  • Conference E-material



  • Access to all Presentations

  • E-Certificate for Presentation and Participation

  • Access to B2B Online Meetings

  • Conference E-material



  • Access to all Presentations

  • E-Certificate for Presentation and Participation

  • Access to B2B Online Meetings

  • Conference E-material

Student Delegate


  • Access to all Presentations

  • E-Certificate for Presentation and Participation

  • Access to B2B Online Meetings

  • Conference E-material

Why Copenhagen, Denmark?

Region of knowledge

The Greater Copenhagen area is Scandinavia's most knowledge-intensive research and business environment with 3.7 million inhabitants, 42,000 researchers, 190,000 students, 19 science parks and innovation incubators and 17 universities or colleges of higher education.

Leading medico and IT region

Greater Copenhagen has a fast growing business community and is internationally known as one of the leading medico and IT regions. The region has a dense collection of universities, hospitals and companies within Biotech, Medtech and Pharma with a focus on research and development. It is home to more than 60 percent of Scandinavia's pharmaceutical industry and is currently Europe's fastest growing biotech cluster.

A sustainable and growing city

Bicycle-friendly Copenhagen aims to become the world's first CO2-neutral capital by 2025. The city is rapidly evolving in terms of housing, urban development and the expansion of infrastructure and public transportation. It has been labelled 'the world's most livable city' several times.

Copenhagen has a lot to offer citizens of all ages. Art exhibitions, sports, culinary treats, music and cultural events. Copenhagen is a youthful city as almost half of the inhabitants are between 20 and 37 years old - with every fourth a student.

Danish values and stability

Denmark ranks among the top-five most peaceful and least corrupt countries in the world. The economy is stable and it is one of the few countries to hold a prime AAA credit rating by Moody's, S&P and Fitch. The Danish krone is tied to the Euro, making exchange rate fluctuations a non-issue.

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