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ICFPM19 Lecture Prize for Nileena Nandakumaran

06 June 2019

Vortragspreis-2019Nileena Nandakumaran (third from left) at the award ceremony. Also in the picture (left to right): M. Paz Fernández (Chairman of the Prize Committee), María Salvador (part of the ICFPM19 Organizing Committee) and Alfredo García-Arribas (Chair of the Spanish chapter of the IEEE Magnetics Society, which sponsored the prize).
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At the International Conference on Fine Particle Magnetism 2019 (ICFPM19), Nileena Nandakumaran was awarded a prize for the best student lecture. She is a PhD student at the Institute of Quantum Materials and Collective Phenomena (JCNS-2/PGI-4), and presented the results of her research on how the size of magnetic nanoparticles influences their ability to self-assemble. The study could contribute to a better understanding and control of the self-organization of complex nanoparticles.

The ICFPM19 took place from 26-31 May in the Spanish coastal town of Gijon.

Further information:

Abstract of the lecture:

 Investigation of finite size effects in self-assembly of magnetic nanoparticles (PDF, 420 kB)

ICFPM19 Website