The UK Magnetics Society has announced that the 30th Ewing Event: Magnetics Past, Present and Future will take place at the Royal Institution, London, UK, November 30, 2016. The one day seminar will be followed by an evening reception, awards ceremony, the Ewing Lecture and an informal dinner.
During the seminar presentations will be given on various aspects of magnetics, looking back over the last 30 years and discussing possible future developments. This year’s Ewing Lecture will be presented by Prof Stephen Blundell of the Clarendon Laboratory, University of Oxford, UK.
The Royal Institution has a long and distinguished history in science and engineering. There will be opportunities to visit the institution’s museum which includes Michael Faraday’s laboratory where he made his fundamental discoveries of the magneto-optical effect and of diamagnetism.