Highly Frustrated Magnetism 2000
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
|P. Azaria (U. Pierre et Marie Curie)
||A. Keren (Israel Institute
|R. Ballou (Grenoble)
||K. Kojima (U. Tokyo)
|S. Bramwell (U. College London.)
||S.-H. Lee (NIST)
|C. Broholm (John Hopkins)
||C. Lhuillier (U. Pierre et Marie
|B. Canals (Grenoble)
||P. Mendels (U. Paris-sud)
|S.-W. Cheong (Bell Labs/Lucent Tech.)
||R. Moessner (Princeton)
|H. Fukuyama (U. Tokyo)
||O. Petrenko (ISIS)
|B. Gaulin (McMaster)
||V. Plakhty (Petersburg Nuclear Phys.
|M. Gingras (U. Waterloo)
||A. Ramirez (Bell Labs/Lucent Tech.)
|J. Greedan (McMaster)
||P. Schiffer (U. Notre Dame)
|C. Henley (Cornell)
||E. Vincent (Saclay)
|D. Huse (Princeton)
||A. Wills (Grenoble)
|H. Kawamura (Osaka)
of Invited Talks
magnetism is currently a rapid growth area for research in condensed matter
physics. Although it has been studied since the 1950's, it has regained
a much increased level of interest since the early 1990's following Anderson's
suggestions that the cuprate superconductors may have quantum mechanically
fluctuating magnetic ground states similar to that predicted for the triangular
lattice antiferromagnet, the prototypical frustrated magnet. Since then
- and particularly in the last 2 years - a number of key experimental and
theoretical advances have been made, and it has been realised that frustration
is a concept with far-reaching implications. For instance, recent work
is beginning to answer very old and disparate questions such as the nature
of spin glassiness, and the ground state of ice, H2O.
This conference will be the first to concentrate on magnetic frustration,
and there will be a strong tutorial element, with a number of prominent
workers giving review presentations. However, the most important aspect
will be to discuss the exciting advances in both theory and experiment
of the last 2 years, through both invited and contributed presentations.
|1. Classical and quantum systems
in two and three dimensions.
|2. Triangular and tetrahedral lattices:
pyrochlores, garnets and spinels.
|3. Chiral Universality Class.
|4. Experimental Studies: heat capacity,
magnetisation, neutron scattering, NMR, MuSR.
|5. Computational Studies: Monte
Carlo, molecular dynamics.
|6. Synthesis and Characterisation
of novel materials.
Accommodation is available both on
campus and off campus. Be sure to get in early so that you get the
early bird fee!
FOR EARLY REGISTRATION IS MAY 10, 2000!
here to go to the Registration and Accommodation web page
Take a virtual
campus tour of the University of Waterloo.
FOR ABSTRACTS IS MAY 5, 2000!
|Participants are encouraged to submit
abstract for oral presentation, which will be refereed. The
deadline for abstracts is May 5th, 2000.Those
speakers whose abstracts are selected for contributed talks will be notified
by May 10th.
selected for contributed talks will be automatically accepted
for poster presentation. The maximum poster size is 110cm
high x 140cm wide.
Submission of an abstract can be completed
in three easy steps.
the abstract template (in simple LaTeX form).
|2. Complete the template according
to the instructions.
|3. Return the template as the body
of an email message to email@example.com
the last name of the presenting author as the subject heading.
|You will receive notification
of receipt of the abstract within two or three days.
|We invite all HFM-2000 participants
to submit a paper based on their HFM2000 presentation for the proceedings
of the conference, which will be published in the Canadian Journal of Physics.
The goal is to collect topical papers on various problems pertaining to
frustrated magnetic systems. We are hoping that the proceedings will prove
useful to researchers and graduate students, by providing a reference source
for the field of frustrated magnetism which will serve as a record for
both what is understood and what challenges remain in the field at the
time of the conference. An HFM-2000 participant must attend the conference
and present their work in either poster or oral form in order for consideration
of the relevant manuscript for publication.
participants giving contributed talks or posters at HFM2000
for submission of contributed papers to the proceedings is the first day
of the conference, June 11th, 2000. The length of the contributed
papers should be no more than 3.5 "Physical Review B length" pages.
|Submission of contributed papers must be made by enclosing in an envelope
3 printed versions of the paper and an electronic version with postscript
figures, stored on 3.5" floppy disk. Manuscripts should be written in LATEX
or REVTEX, using standard full page preprint fomat . The
envelope should be handed in during registration on the first day (June
11th, 2000) of the conference.
participants giving invited talks
Invited speakers are also encouraged
to submit a paper based on their talk for the proceedings. The
deadline for submission of papers for invited speakers is August
1st 2000. The length of the papers for invited speakers should
be no more than 7 "Physical Review B length" pages. Manuscripts
should be written in LATEX or REVTEX, using standard full page preprint
manuscripts submitted for publication will be refereed according to the
established procedures of the Canadian Journal of Physics .
|While the detail of the conference schedule is yet to be finalised,
the first session will begin Sunday, June 11 at 8:30am
the final session will end on Thursday, June
15 at noon.
|Pearson International Airport is
the main airport which services Toronto and the greater Toronto area. It
is situated approximately 60-90 minutes by car from Waterloo.
Transit provides a reliable door to door transportation service from
Pearson International Airport to Waterloo, and there is a discount fare
of Cdn$29 one way for HFM2000 particpants. We strongly advise
you to book your transport directly with Airways
when making your online reservation with Airways Transit.
|Click on the `Make Reservations'
|Your Pick-up point is Pearson International
|Your Drop-off point is Waterloo.
|Enter `HFM2000' in the 'Conference/Event
Name' box in order to receive your discount fare.
|Prof. Michel Gingras
|Canadian Institute of Advance Research
|Department of Physics, University
|200 University Ave, Waterloo, Ontario
N2L 3G1, CANADA
|Tel: 1-519-888-4567 (ext. 5697)
|International Advisory Committee
Johns Hopkins University, USA
|| B D Gaulin,
McMaster University, Canada
|B D Gaulin, McMaster
||M J P Gingras, Waterloo
University, Canada (Chair)
|M J P Gingras, Waterloo
University, Canada (Chair)
||M J Harris, Rutherford
Appleton Laboratory, UK
|M J Harris, Rutherford
Appleton Laboratory, UK
||P Schiffer, U. Notre
|P C W Holdsworth,
ENS Lyon, France
|H Kawamura, Kyoto
Institute of Technology, Japan
|A P Ramirez, Bell
Laboratories/Lucent Tech., USA
U. Notre Dame U.S.A.
The Conference organisers would like
to thank University of Waterloo, University of Notre Dame, University of
Toronto, Brockhouse Institute for Materials Research McMaster University,
and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIAR)
for financial support.