Advanced Research Workshop
Low Temperature Quantum Effects
Dynamic Interactions in Technical Applications
29 August - 1 September 2002
NATO Science Programme, http://www.nato.int/science/
Centre of Excellence CELDIS, http://www.ifpan.edu.pl/celdis/
Polish Academy of Science, http://www.pan.pl
Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, http://www.ilt.kharkov.ua
EREMENKO Victor, Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
SZYMCZAK Henryk, Polish Academy of Sciences
WIGEN Phil, Ohio State University
Conference House of PAN "Madralin", http://www.panmadralin.pl
Collective phenomena below ordering temperature of solid systems, leading to the coherent motion of the ordered states (spin waves in the systems with magnetically ordered states; critical currents in superconductors, etc.), namely:
In-situ formation and characterization of the solid state structures with the specified interactions;
Observation of the ordered states, their macroscopic manifestation and dynamics under external action in the vicinity of the ordering transition;
Mobility of the ordered structures and the ways of its variation.
Kinetics of the ordering transitions. Strain mediated transformations.
Recent Progress in X-ray Dichroism: Element Specific Magnetizations in Nanostructures
Inhomogeneous magnetic states in antiferromagnets in the vicinity of phase transitions
Quantum effects in the heavy-fermion superconductor UPt3.
Spin momentum current and non-local magnetic relaxations in ultrathin film structures
Magnetic, magnetovolume and magnetotransport effects related to nanoscopic and mesoscopic phase segragation in CMR mixed valent manganites
Nonlinearity and topology in magnets: vortices, skyrmions and magnon droplets
The magnetic state and spin dynamics of copper metaborate single crystal
Magnetostriction oscillations and peak effect in superconducting 2H-NbSe2.
Orbital ordering and phase separation phenomena in the lightly doped manganites
Magnetic histeresis loops of interlayer exchange coupled FW/SDW-AFM/FM trilayers.
The resonance tunneling in the magnetic junctions
Minimum field strength in precessional magnetization reversal
The Magnetic Resonance Microscope