A multiscale approach to paleomagnetic analysis of geological materials


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NPM at AGU14

Well the usual rush to submit abstracts for the AGU meeting is finally over. The NPM project will be very well represented this year, with four abstracts submitted directly from the group, and another two with an NPM component submitted by our collaborators in MIT and the IRM. Among our contributions will be post doc Nono Lascu, presenting the first results to come out of our new MTJ scanning magnetic microscope, newly arrived post doc Josh Einsle, presenting the first FIB slice-and-view tomography results of magnetic carriers in natural dusty olivine, PhD student James Bryson, presenting the culmination of his thesis work on nanopaleomagnetism of the pallasite and IVA parent bodies, and myself describing a major milestone for the computational side of the ERC project: FORCulator – a tool for simulating the FORC diagram of strongly interacting particles. It promises to be a busy meeting. See you in SF!




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