Date: September 4-7, 2019
Poznań , Poland
The prize for Best Oral presentation by Young Scientists went to the first-year master student Valeria Kolesnikova at the 24th Soft Magnetic Materials Conference which was held at the Poznań University of Technology on the 4-7th of September (https://www.ifmpan.poznan.pl/smm24/). She gave a talk about the influence of complex technical parameters on the magnetic and structural properties of ferromagnetic microwires. Three prizes were awarded to the young scientists presented the best Posters and only one prize awarded to the best Oral presentation.
More than 250 participants from different countries were attending this event. And our laboratory members Irina Baraban and Valeria Kolesnikova also took part in this nice conference and met a lot of great scientists and discussed new ideas and further collaborations.
Irina had a poster presentation about the effect of glass removal on the magnetic properties and micromagnetic structure in amorphous FeSiB microwires. Her work found an interest for scientists from Slovakia, France, Japan and Poland.
Besides the oral talk, Valeria also had a poster talk with the title “Do Fe-based bistable microwires behave as ideal hysteron in FORC measurements?“. This poster caused discussions among the scientists from Spain, Cheh Republic, Germany and Brasil.
Congratulations to LNMM members with their successful participation!
The influence of complex technical parameters on magnetic and structural properties of ferromagnetic microwires
V. Kolesnikova, I. Baraban, A. Bazlov, N. Andreev, S.A. Evstigneeva, A.T. Morchenko, M. Rivas, L.V. Panina and V. Rodionova
V. Kolesnikova, J.C. Martínez-García, V. Rodionova, and M. Rivas
Effect of glass-removal on the magnetic properties and micromagnetic structure in amorphous FeSiB microwires
Irina Baraban, Alyona Litvinova, Mikhail Vereshchagin, Sergey Leble, Larissa Panina, and Valeria Rodionova