We have the pleasure to host Steve BLUNDELL in Grenoble for two days of lecturing on 27-28 November 2018. Steve BLUNDELL is University Professor for Physics in Oxford, with wide recognition in research and teaching in condensed matter, in particular on magnetism-related topics (http://users.ox.ac.uk/~sjb). Among others, he authored the widely-used textbook Magnetism in Condensed Matter (OUP, 2001). The venue of Steve BLUNDELL has been made possible thanks to the support of the IDEX, under the auspices of the doctoral school for Physics.
The first lecture covers muon spectroscopy for magnetism and superconductivity, to be held on 27th Nov 2018 10:00 at Institut NEEL, room K223. The second lecture covers magnetic exchange and ordering, to be held on 28th Nov 14:00 at the CNRS Campus, conference room in building A
You may check the detailed content of the two lectures. Lectures are being organized for PhD students, however the lectures are held publicly and any person interested is more than welcome (please contact Virginie SIMONET ahead of the lecture to be granted access to the CNRS Campus). If you wish to meet Steve BLUNDELL in your lab on 27-28th when he is not lecturing, please contact one of us, so that we can organize his schedule.
Olivier FRUCHART, Spintec (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Virginie SIMONET, Institut Néel (email@example.com)
Luigi PAOLASINI, ESRF (firstname.lastname@example.org)