The Group - 2013
Front: Stephen Porter, Juliette Pierron, Arnaud Louboutin, Saba Mosivand, Prof. Michael Coey, Dr Lorena Monzon, Dr Naganivetha Thiyagarajah, Asra Sadat Razavian
Back: Davide Betto, Yash Sharad Sheth, Pravin Nerendra, Huseyin Tokuc, Prof Plamen Stamenov, Amir Sajad Esmaeily, Dr Munuswamy Venkatesan, Karl Ackland, Dr Junyang Chen, Aoife Curran
Above: Kiril Borisov, Katie O’Neill, Nigel Carroll, Hongjun Xu, Gavin D’Arcy, Pelin Tozman, Dr Karsten Rode, Thiago Jose de Almeida Mori, Yong Chang Lau
2013 Reprint of Magnetism & Magnetic Materials
The third printing of Micheal Coey's new book Magnetism and Magnetic Materials is now available from Cambridge University Press.
More details can be found here.
In 2014 it will be translated into Chinese and an Asian edition will be published in English. There are also plans to translate it into Greek and Vietnamese.
Magnetism is a 2000 year-old science which is undergoing a renaissance.
It underpins dramatic advances in information technology and electromagnetic
engineering. Magnetism also provides systems for fundamental studies
of phase transitions, random disorder and physics in low dimensions.
There are fascinating and ill-explained effects of magnetic fields in
chemistry and biology. This new advanced textbook has it all - it covers physical concepts, experimental methods, materials and applications.
Founded in 1980 by J. M. D. Coey,
we are the most active magnetism research group in Ireland. The
first M.Sc. (Yu Boliang) graduated in 1982 and the first Ph.D.(Adrian Meagher) in 1984.
Since then, 64 postgraduates have prepared M.Sc. and Ph.D. theses in the Magnetism and Spin Electronics Group (aka Group D) and research training
has been provided for many undergraduate students from Ireland and other countries.The group has
also hosted 50 postdoctoral
fellows and visiting professors from all over the world
and numerous short-term visitors.
The group currently includes 20 staff members, postdocs and graduate
students as well as visitors, project and summer students. Our research