The Low Temperature Group of the Institute of Physics is holding its Annual Gerenal Meeting on Monday, 29 June 2009. This one-day meeting is a forum for those involved in condensed matter resarch at low temperatures.
The conference will cover a wide range of topics from studies of quantum fluids, correlated electron systems and novel cooling techniques.
The meeting will have slots for invited and contributed talks as well as a lunchtime poster session. Younger academics, including graduate students and postdocs are particularly encouraged to attend and present their work.
Tony Carrington (Bristol) - Magnetic penetration depth in pnictide superconductors
Christian Enss (Heidelberg) - Dynamics of complex systems at low T
Richard Haley (Lancaster) - Recent results on quantum fluids
Hans Kraus (Oxford) - Low temperature detectors for astrophysics experiments (EURECA collaboration)