September 18th – 19th 2019, Milan (Italy) MMA’19 UK Magnetics Society event 

Two day event on materials and applications is being held in Milan as part of Laboratorio Elettrofisico‘s 60th anniversary celebrations, and we are also being joined by the NOVAMAG project, for their project closure event. So this year’s MagMatApp event should be larger and more varied than ever!


The event will cover magnetic materials, their applications and related technologies with the aim of creating a rich environment for the creation, development and cementing of relationships within the magnetics community throughout Europe and the UK.

The delegate fee includes entry to both days, the informal dinner offered by Laboratorio Elettrofisico and a tour of Laboratorio Elettrofisico facility.

Early Registration Deadline: 24 July 2019


The seminar will be held at the Villa Ida Lampugnani, Milan. It is a historic residence of great refinement, immersed in a centuries-old park. The structure preserves intact architecture, decorations and furnishings that make it one of the most authentic Liberty villas in the country. Its particular and evocative setting, lends itself to be an exclusive location for events.


José Manuel Barandiarán, BCMaterials
NOVel, critical materials free, high Anisotropy phases for permanent MAGnets, by design

Heike Herper, Uppsala University
Theoretical characterization of new phases for permanent magnets

Thomas Schrefl, Danube University Krems
Modelling of microstructure for optimum hard magnetic properties

Govind Bisht, Laboratorio Elettrofisico Engineering
PM magnetization model for mixed anisotropic and isotropic magnets

Dimitris Niarchos, National Center of Scientific Research “Demokritos”
Experimental screening of theoretically predicted phases

Oliver Gutfleisch & Konstantin Skokov, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Fabrication of new phases with high coercivity

Jürgen Gassmann, Fraunhofer Research Institution Materials Recycling and Resource
Strategies IWKSSecuring the Supply Chain of Rare-Earth Elements for Nd-Fe-B Type Magnets

Patrick Aeschlimann, BOMATEC GmbH & Co
Eddy Current Losses in Sintered NdfeB Magnets

Matteo Pistaffa, Laboratorio ElettrofisicoEngineering
Shielding effects during permanent magnets magnetization process

Rupert Cruise, Magway
A UK Magnetics Society Success Story

Chris Riley, Bunting Magnetics Europe
Post Assembly of Halbach PM Rotor

Federico Russo, Laboratorio Elettrofisico Engineering
PM rotors in-situ magnetization for power train motors

Alessandro Tassi, Spin Applicazioni Magnetiche
Computer simulation techniques: evolution and perspectives

Christoph Brombacher, Vacuumschmelze GmbH & Co KG
Raw Material Efficient Production Techniques

Andrea Del Prete, Laboratorio Elettrofisico Engineering
Laboratorio Elettrofisico’s 60 years’ experience in magnetic measurements


Sami Ruoho, Arnold Magnetic Technologies
Philipp Bucher, LCD LaserCut AG

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