JEMS 2013 will be held in Rhodes, Greece, a close proximity to emerging countries in the Middle East, the Arab World and Africa, a location that offers a unique opportunity for Joint European Symposia (JEMS) 2013additional collaboration with experts in those regions.
JEMS 2013 provides a vehicle to exchange of ideas, techniques, experiments and applications in the exciting and rapidly developing field of Magnetism. This conference welcomes a new breed of scientists and engineers who offer novel ideas and future directions for the Magnetic Materials.
JEMS 2013 is a commemoration of magnetism advances in Europe and worldwide. It hosts an extraordinary gathering of the past, present and future magneticians who offer a unified approach in the assessment and management of magnetic materials from nanostructures, to N(M)EMS and bulk macroscopic materials associated with various applications such as sensors, energy and environmental applications, biomedical applications and the environmental risks that may be associated with the use of Magnetic Materials.
JEMS 2013 participants meet also to consider social/ethical implications of Magnetic Materials; explicate related legal, business and intellectual property issues that influence transition from research to reality; and identify priority areas of research and development that are considered to have the greatest contribution to society, science and industry.
Looking Forward to see you there!!
In JEMS 2013 infront of our company booth with Nobel prize winner 2007 in Physics Albert Fert