Tutorials

Ubermag

Sponsored by the IEEE Magnetics Society

Instructor: Dr. Marijan Beg (University of Southampton)

Agenda and Schedule

Session 1 (video): 12-1:30 pm (ET) Thursday, June 18. Introduction to micromagnetics and Ubermag

Session 2 (video): 12-1:30 pm (ET) Thursday, June 25. Micromagnetic models and drivers in Ubermag

Session 3 (video): 12-1:30 pm (ET) Thursday, July 2. Data analysis and visualisation

Eligibility

This free tutorial is open for scientists and students working in the fields related to magnetism and magnetic materials. Academic or scientific affiliation is required. Live participation may be limited.

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Live broadcasts

The tutorial sessions will be broadcast live at https://www.twitch.tv/onlinespintronics. The recording of each live broadcast will be available in Twitch immediately after the session.

Micromagnetics and OOMMF

Sponsored by the IEEE Magnetics Society

Instructor: Dr. Michael Donahue (NIST)

Agenda and Schedule

Session 1 (video; slides): 12-2 pm (ET) Thursday, May 21. Fundamentals of micromagnetic simulations; installation of OOMMF.

Session 2 (video; slides): 12-2 pm (ET) Tuesday, May 26. Installation on Linux; setting up OOMMF simulations.

Session 3 (video; slides): 12-2 pm (ET) Tuesday, June 2. Common pitfalls, working with MIF files, command-line tools, working with extensions.

Session 4 (video; slides): 12-2 pm (ET) Tuesday, June 9. Advanced topics (continued).

Important links

The home page of OOMMF is at https://math.nist.gov/oommf/oommf.html.

Instructional materials for this tutorial series are being posted at https://math.nist.gov/oommf/oommf_tutorial/tutorial.html.

A dedicated discussion forum for this tutorial has been set up at https://nanohub.org/groups/oommf_users/forum/. In order to post, you need to register an account with nanohub.org and request membership in the OOMMF user group (find the button on the page linked above). The forum is here.

Eligibility

This free tutorial is open for scientists and students working in the fields related to magnetism and magnetic materials. Academic or scientific affiliation is required. Live participation may be limited.

Subscribe

To subscribe, send an email to listserv@listserv.unl.edu with "subscribe oommf-tutorial Full Name" in the body of the message (replace "Full Name" by your full name). If you subscribe using your academic or institutional email address, your subscription will be approved within 1-2 days. If you absolutely must use a personal email, send an email to info@spintalks.org from your academic or institutional email address and indicate the preferred email address. [Note: listserv only understands standardized commands.]

Once you subscribe, you can see earlier messages sent to subscribers by doing the following: (1) Go to https://listserv.unl.edu, (2) under "Web Sign-up Instructions," click "register your email address and a password," (3) register an account using the email address that was used to subscribe and log in, (4) at the top left corner, click "Subscriber's Corner," (5) under "My Lists," click on OOMMF-TUTORIAL and find the archived messages.

Live broadcasts

The tutorial sessions will be broadcast live at https://www.twitch.tv/onlinespintronics. The recording of each live broadcast will be available in Twitch immediately after the session.