Thank you all for your interest and your amazing contributed abstracts. The number so far exceeds 160. The REPM2020 review committee will be reviewing the submissions and selecting those that are suitable for the workshop. We will send you our response by March 27, 2020
The organizers are aware that many similar professional conferences are currently being cancelled or postponed because of the Coronavirus. As our meeting is scheduled at the end of the summer, we remain hopeful that it will be minimally affected. We have no plans to cancel it at this time. As the situation evolves, this may change. Please be assured that we will contact all registered participants and all research teams who have submitted an abstract as early as possible should we need to make any changes to our schedule.
Please take appropriate precautions and stay healthy.
Thank you again,
The REPM2020 Organizing Committee,
George C. Hadjipanayis (Chair)
JinFang Liu (Co‐Chair)
The 26th International Workshop on Rare-Earth and Future Permanent Magnets and their Applications (REPM2020).
It is our great pleasure to invite you to attend the 26th International Workshop on Rare Earth and Future Permanent Magnets and Their Applications (REPM2020) which will be held in Baltimore, USA on August 23-27, 2020. REPM workshop takes place every two years and is the premier conference on permanent magnets covering a wide range of topics including:
- Rare earth magnets
- Rare earth-free magnets
- Raw materials, mining and recycling
- Advanced synthesis, processing and characterization techniques
- Theoretical modeling of coercivity
- Fundamental properties of advanced magnetic materials
- Thin film magnets
- Applications of permanent magnets
The workshop will be chaired by Professor George C. Hadjipanayis, University of Delaware, Newark, DE and Dr. Jinfang Liu, President & COO of Electron Energy Corporation, Landisville, PA.
The objectives of the workshop is to bring together engineers and scientists who work on permanent magnets and their applications to present their latest results and exchange ideas on a wide range of relevant topics including resources, raw materials, recycling, processing, fundamental and hard magnetic properties and applications of rare earth and future magnets.