Spin-orbit Coupling and Magnetism in Correlated Transition Metal Oxides Workshop

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Workshop: May 4 – May 7, 2015
Pedagogical Tutorials: May 3, 2015

(registration now closed)

The Ohio State University (campus map- location marked)
Center for Emergent Materials, an NSF MRSEC
Physics Research Building
191 W Woodruff Ave
Columbus, Ohio 43210

The workshop aims to bring scientists with diverse expertise working on the interplay of spin-orbit coupling and correlations in transition metal oxides, which leads to novel metallic, magnetic and topological states. The topics covered will include recent advances in materials, measurements, phenomena, theory and computation.

The workshop will be held from Monday, May 4 through Thursday, May 7, 2015 at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to the invited talks, there will be discussion sessions to identify open questions and future directions. On the Sunday preceding the workshop, May 3, there will be pedagogical Tutorials on topics related to the conference, specifically aimed at graduate students and post-doctoral scholars. There will also be a Poster Session during the Workshop.

Full Program
Confirmed Speakers

Nandini Trivedi
Mohit Randeria
Patrick Woodward
Rolando Valdés Aguilar
Yuan-Ming Lu

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Presentations for Download

Logistical Information
External participants are financially responsible for their travel expenses, including travel and lodging. However, meals are included and the registration fee has been waived. Internal participants will be asked to contribute a registration fee of $200 to participate in this event.

Instructions for onsite internet access here.

*Invited speakers, please make your arrangement
with Jaimie Mollison, directly

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This workshop is supported by the Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter, the Center for Emergent Materials, an NSF MRSEC, the DOE, and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, with additional support from the Department of Physics, the Institute for Materials Research, and the Women’s Place at OSU.