Topological Patterns in Magnetic Materials
13 – 14 January 2022
Continuum theories for (anti-)ferromagnetic materials, such as micromagnetics, need to account for a variety of patterns such as domain walls, magnetic bubbles, vortices, Skyrmions, etc. Often these are modelled by PDEs with interesting structures such as singularities. The main focus of this workshop are patterns with nontrivial topology and/or caused by topological effects, where physics, PDE theory, and topology interact with each other.
This is a virtual workshop taking place via Zoom. It is part of the network on Generalised and Low-Regularity Solutions of Nonlinear PDEs and funded by the EPSRC.
- Stephen Blundell (University of Oxford)
- Elisa Davoli (TU Vienna)
- Amalio Fernández-Pacheco (CSIC, The Spanish National Research Council, Zaragoza)
- Radu Ignat (Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse)
- Stavros Komineas (University of Crete)
- Matthias Kurzke (University of Nottingham)
- Tom Lancaster (Durham University)
- Christof Melcher (RWTH Aachen University)
- Michele Ruggeri (TU Vienna)
- Bernd Schroers (Heriot-Watt University)
To register as a participant, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organiser: Roger Moser (University of Bath)