CMD29: Call for Contribution Colloquium 7

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Exploring liquid properties in confined geometry It is a pleasure to announce within the next general conferences of the Division of Condensed Matter of the European Physical Society, CMD29, to be held in Manchester from August 21 to 26, 2022, the minicolloquium "Exploring liquid properties in confined geometries": Confinement or vicinity to a surface can profoundly alter the properties of the liquid which can become completely different from those measured in the bulk. Modern techniques and new theoretical concepts give us today the opportunity to probe and understand non-trivial physical properties identified from the surface interaction to the sub-millimeter scale. The mini-colloquium aims to bring together researchers from various expertise in fluidics, wetting, rheophysics, microfluidics, confinement effects in liquids, interfacial and scaling effects including invited talks, oral and poster contributions. We…
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New Paper in NANO Letters

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A paper titled 'Helium Ion Microscopy for Reduced Spin Orbit Torque Switching Currents' has come to life as a result of joint efforts of MaMi consortium members (TCD, IPCMS-CNRS, UNISTRA-Herman's lab) and Institute of Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden. This work has been done within the project of ESR 8 Jinu Kurian and is yet another stepping stone in elucidating  behaviour under extreme magnetic field gradients.Full text available here
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MAMI outreach activity in Laguardia

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All MAMI members enjoyed an outreach activity organised by the Microfluidic Cluster UPV/EHU after the Progress meeting of the project that took place in Vitoria-Gasteiz the 31st of January 2020. MAMI members visited the winary, Marques de Riscal, and a visit to the incredible medieval city of Laguardia in Alava.Then, the Early Career Researchers of the European Project participated in a outreach activity where they needed to explain to the general public and in a colloquial way: why tax payers should fund their respective projects.
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