A multiscale approach to paleomagnetic analysis of geological materials


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NPM @ #AGU14

It is that time of year again – the annual pilgrimage to the Moscone Centre in San Francisco for the Fall AGU meeting. It has been a very busy year for the nanopaleomagnetism group, resulting in six contributions to this year’s meeting:


GP33B-03 Scanning magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) microscopy: High-resolution magnetic imaging of geologic samples

  • Wednesday, December 17, 2014,  , Moscone South-300


GP41A-3606 Forculator: A Micromagnetic Tool for Simulating First-Order Reversal Curve Diagrams


GP41A-3602 The Effects of Dislocations on the Verwey Transition as Observed by Transmission Electron Microscopy and Low Temperature Magnetic Measurements

  • Thursday, December 18, 2014,  , Moscone South-Poster Hall


GP51B-3734 A 3D nanoscale approach to nebular paleomagnetism in the Semarkona LL3.0 ordinary chondrite

  • Friday, December 19, 2014,  , Moscone South-Poster Hall


GP54A-01 Nebular Paleomagnetism

  • Friday, December 19, 2014,  , Moscone South-300


GP54A-06 Time-Resolved Records of Magnetic Activity on the Pallasite Parent Body and Psyche

  • Friday, December 19, 2014,  , Moscone South-300


The best time to catch me is Wednesday morning, so if you want to meet up for any reason (e.g. to discuss PhD opportunities, or the recently advertised lectureship in the department), then send me an email and arrange a time.



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