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ITC Conference Grant Of Albert Varonov To Attend The 7th International Conference On Superconductivity And Magnetism In La Blanche Island Bodrum (Turkey)

ITC Conference Grant of Albert Varonov to attend the 7th International Conference on Superconductivity and Magnetism in La Blanche Island Bodrum (Turkey)

The 7th International Conference on Superconductivity and Magnetism was held in a hybrid format, locally in La Blanche Island Bodrum and with online meetings through the Zoom platform between 21st and 27th October 2021. Originally the conference was scheduled for April 2020 but was postponed in those uncertain times.

My participation was local, onsite and I presented the talk entitled “Possible zero sound in layered perovskites with ferromagnetic sign of the exchange interaction” on October 23rd late afternoon in the “Advances in Thin Films, Multi-Layers and Patterned Nanostructures” section. Unfortunately, the speakers before and after my presentation did not show up and from the 4 talks of this session, the first and the third (me) were presented. The number of listeners was both 4 in the hall and in the Zoom session and there were no questions and discussion.

During the conference had short conversations with CA16218 members Prof. Samuely and Prof. Fomin, attended the talks of Profs. Vinokur (22nd Oct), Kadowaki (23rd Oct), Tamegai (24th Oct), Varlamov (25th Oct)whom I know from past CA16218 meetings. Additionally, I attended talks from various sessions of the conference to get acquainted with the current research and application trends in the field of superconductivity. Apart from the presentation day, the most fruitful day was the last, October 27th when the session “HTC Cuprates III – Performed pairs and Intertwined orders” took place in the morning. Three talks from this session, including one of Dr. Pepin from the first part, presented interesting results for the study I am involved into and had presented in the conference.

The 7th International Conference on Superconductivity and Magnetism was held in a hybrid format, locally in La Blanche Island Bodrum and with online meetings through the Zoom platform between 21st and 27th October 2021. Originally the conference was scheduled for April 2020 but was postponed in those uncertain times.

My participation was local, onsite and I presented the talk entitled “Possible zero sound in layered perovskites with ferromagnetic sign of the exchange interaction” on October 23rd late afternoon in the “Advances in Thin Films, Multi-Layers and Patterned Nanostructures” section. Unfortunately, the speakers before and after my presentation did not show up and from the 4 talks of this session, the first and the third (me) were presented. The number of listeners was both 4 in the hall and in the Zoom session and there were no questions and discussion.

During the conference had short conversations with CA16218 members Prof. Samuely and Prof. Fomin, attended the talks of Profs. Vinokur (22nd Oct), Kadowaki (23rd Oct), Tamegai (24th Oct), Varlamov (25th Oct)whom I know from past CA16218 meetings. Additionally, I attended talks from various sessions of the conference to get acquainted with the current research and application trends in the field of superconductivity.

Apart from the presentation day, the most fruitful day was the last, October 27th when the session “HTC Cuprates III – Performed pairs and Intertwined orders” took place in the morning. Three talks from this session, including one of Dr. Pepin from the first part, presented interesting results for the study I am involved into and had presented in the conference.

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