Correlated electron materials and magnetism

Purpose and scope:

This session will cover the current trends in correlated electron systems (both weak and strongly correlated systems) and magnetism. The current experimental and theoretical achievements are strongly related to the accessibility to synchrotron methods such as spin and angle resolved photo-electron spectroscopy (ARPES and Spin-ARPES) or resonant inelastic scattering (RIXS) among others. Those are some of the opportunities that will be reviewed and assessed in connection to the new MAX IV beamlines becoming into operation.

 

List of abstracts: Correlated materials – Magnetism session

 

Invited speakers:

Andrew Wray, NYU, USA
Mark Golden, University of Amsterdam
Phil King, University of St Andrews
Björgvin Hjörvarsson, Uppsala University
Denis Vyalikh, Donostia International Physics Center
Ferdi Aryasetiawan, Lund University
Markus Donath, University of Muenster
Moritz Hoesch, DESY light source, Petra III

 

Organizers:
Phil King, University of St. Andrews, UK
, MAX IV Laboratoriet (contact)
, MAX IV Laboratoriet (contact)

 

Parallel session program, Tuesday 24 September

09:05 – Opening remarks – Phil King

 

Chair: Mark Golden

09:15-10:00 – Andrew Wray

 

10:00-10:30 – coffee break

 

Chair: Markus Donath

10:30-11:15 – Phil King

11:15-12:00  – Mark Golden

 

12:00-13:00 – Lunch break

 

Chair: Andrew Wray

13:00-13:45 – Björgvin Hjörvarsson

13:45-14:30 – Ferdi Aryasetiawan

 

14:30-15:00 – Coffee break

 

Chair: Phil King

15:00-15:35 – Denis Vyalikh

15:35-16:10 – Markus Donath

16:10-16:45 – Moritz Hoesch

16:45-17:05 – Veritas beamline capabilities and status – Shi-Wen Huang

17:05-17:25 – Bloch beamline capabilities and status – Balasubramanian Thiagarajan

17:25:17:30 – Closing remarks

 

 

19:00 –                 Users Banquet (registration needed)

 

Information and links to the registration pages

Please submit your abstract for an oral presentation or poster at the user meeting. Deadline 7th July, 2019.