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Links to companies, laboratories and universities with activities and capabilities in magnetism and materials, especially those materials important to the magnetics industry. The presence (or absence) on this site does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation and is provided solely for informational purposes. (Disclaimer).

Last updated: 01-August-2017

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Industry Organizations
with Activities and Information Related to Magnetics


Asian Metal
Tracks metal prices and produces research reports.
http://www.asianmetal.com/
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APS
American Physical Society
GMAG
Topical Group on Magnetism
www.aps.org/units/gmag
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Argus Metals
In 2014, Argus bought Metal-Pages, the speciality metals, rare earths and ferro alloys reporting service. The acquisition complements Argus’ own metals business which focusses on steel feedstocks and coking coal
https://www.argusmedia.com/metals/argus-metals/argus-metals/
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ASM International
Formerly the American Society for Metals
www.asminternational.org
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Baotou National Engineering Research Centre
Registered in 2001, National Engineering Research Centre of Rare Earth Metallurgy and Functional Materials Co., Ltd.(Ruike Centre for short) is the largest holding subsidiary of Baotou Research Institute of Rare Earths..
www.rknerc.com/english/xxzx.htm
Baotou National Engineering Research Centre

Baotou Research Institute of Rare Earths
Established in 1963, Baotou Research Institute of Rare Earths has developed into the largest rare earth research and development institution which focuses on the comprehensive exploitation and utilization of rare earth resources and the researches on rare earth metallurgy, environmental protection, new rare earth functional materials, rare earth applications in traditional industry.
www.brire.com/ (Site is in Chinese)
Baotou Research Institute of Rare Earths

Cobalt Development Institute
Information on the history of, supply of and uses for cobalt.
www.thecdi.com
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EMCWA
Electrical Manufacturers Coil Winding Association
A voluntary, non-profit organization dedicated to the furtherance of the conception, research, design, manufacturing, marketing and use of electrical products.
www.emcw.org
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EPMA
European Powder Metallurgy Association
EPMA serve all types of member organisations, from component metal powder and equipment producers to end users, research centres, universities and individuals who have an interest in PM.
www.epma.com
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IEEE
IEEE Magnet Society
www.ieeemagnetics.org - On-line magazine and information
yara.ecn.purdue.edu/~smag - Mirror site at Purdue University
www.ieee-sensors.org - IEEE Sensors Council
IEEE Logo

IMA
International Magnetics Association
Organization resulting from the merger of the MMPA and MDFA in 2003. in 2006-7 the IMA ceased activities. Members of the permanent magnet community formed the Permanent Magnet Division (PMD) within the SMMA. The SMMA has merged with MCA to form the MCMA. The PMD now functions within MCMA. (See below)
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JABM
Japan Association of Bonded Magnet Materials
Website in Japanese
Website in English
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Korean Magnetics Society
(Mostly in Korean, with some English)
www.komag.org
Korean Magnetics Society

MCMA
The Motion Control and Motor Association
www.motioncontrolonline.org
MCMA Logo

Metal-Pages an Argus Media Company
In 2014, Argus bought Metal-Pages, the speciality metals, rare earths and ferro alloys reporting service. The acquisition complements Argus’ own metals business which focusses on steel feedstocks and coking coal
(See Argus Metals above)
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MPIF
Metal Powder Industry Federation (U.S.A.)
www.mpif.org
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MRS
Materials Research Society
www.mrs.org
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NIST
National Institute of Science and Technology
www.nist.gov/topics/materials  Material Topics
www.nist.gov/topics/metrology  Measurements (metrology)
www.nist.gov/topics/magnetics  Magnetics
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PTDA
Power Transmission Distributors Association
www.ptda.org
PTDA Logo

SAMPE
Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering
www.sampe.org
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U.K. Magnetics Society
Publishes the UK MagNews; Organizes frequent seminars and conferences on magnetics and related devices
www.ukmagsoc.org
UK MAG SOC



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Laboratories with Programs in Magnetics


Advanced Light Source
The Advanced Light Source is a Department of Energy-funded synchrotron facility that provides users from around the world access to the brightest beams of soft x-rays, together with hard x-ray and infrared light, for scientific research and technology development in a wide range of disciplines.
www-als.lbl.gov
ADVANCED LIGHT SOURCE

Argonne National Laboratory
Argonne is a multidisciplinary science and engineering research center, where talented scientists and engineers work together to answer the biggest questions facing humanity, from how to obtain affordable clean energy to protecting ourselves and our environment.
www.anl.gov
ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB

Brookhaven National Laboratory
We advance fundamental research in nuclear and particle physics to gain a deeper understanding of matter, energy, space, and time; apply photon sciences and nanomaterials research to energy challenges of critical importance to the nation; and perform cross-disciplinary research on climate change, sustainable energy, and Earth’s ecosystems.
www.bnl.gov
Brookhaven NAT. LAB.

Center for Innovative Sintered Products
P/M Laboratory at Penn State University
The Center for Innovative Sintered Products (CISP) is an academic center focused on the development of cutting-edge technology for the processing of sintered material, particulates, refractory, and hardmaterials. It is a unique partnership between universities, industry, government agencies, and professional and trade associations.
www.cisp.psu.edu/
Center for Innovative Sintered Products

Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Berkeley Lab is a member of the national laboratory system supported by the U.S. Department of Energy through its Office of Science. It is managed by the University of California (UC) and is charged with conducting unclassified research across a wide range of scientific disciplines.
www.lbl.gov
LAWRENCE BERKELEY LAB

Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos scientists are answering basic questions about the way things work at the atomic level. This leads to advances in medicine, clean energy, computing, earth sciences, and materials that do special things like conduct electricity without resistance. We must understand the way atoms behave and function at temperatures hotter than the sun, at crushing pressures, or moving at one million miles per hour.
Pulsed Field Facility at Los Alamos National Laboratory
www.lanl.gov/mst/nhmfl/index.shtml
LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY

Max Planck Institute
The Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids
Our mission : To perform world-leading fundamental research on the properties of materials, working at the boundaries of solid state chemistry and condensed matter physics.
www.cpfs.mpg.de/2634542/Magnetism
MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE

National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
Magnets and materials go hand in hand, and the push for ever-higher magnetic fields requires engineering excellence with both available and novel materials. The MagLab is a national resource in both arenas, home to the Magnet Science & Technology (MS&T) group and the Applied Superconductivity Center (ASC). Together, these groups work to develop the most efficient hybrid magnets and the strongest superconducting magnets in the world.
https://nationalmaglab.org/
NAT. HIGH FIELD LAB

Naval Research Laboratory
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory provides the advanced scientific capabilities required to bolster our country’s position of global naval leadership.
www.nrl.navy.mil/about-nrl/
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB

Office of Basic Energy Sciences
DOE National Laboratory Programs
Basic Energy Sciences (BES) supports fundamental research to understand, predict, and ultimately control matter and energy at the electronic, atomic, and molecular levels in order to provide the foundations for new energy technologies and to support DOE missions in energy, environment, and national security.
https://science.energy.gov/bes/
DOE National Laboratory Programs

PhysNet
PhysNet - the worldwide Network of Physics Departments and Documents - provides a set of information services for physicists. This site gives you a detailed description of PhysNet and its different services.
http://de.physnet.net/PhysNet/about.html
PhysNet



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Universities with Programs in Magnetics
Studies regarding (electro-)magnetism are most often either a minor subject in upper class physics (e.g., electricity and magnetism) or included in advanced studies of physics. Universities in this list provide greater than the average exposure to this fascinating field of science.


University of Birmingham, UK
School of Metallurgy and Materials
www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/metallurgy-materials/index.aspx
Univ. OF Birmingham

Cardiff School of Engineering
Wolfson Centre for Magnetics Technology
Cardiff University
Magnetics and Materials Research Group
CARDIFF

Carnegie Mellon University
The goal of the magnetic materials research in the MSE department is to better understand the role structural features, such as the nature and distribution of crystal structures, grain boundaries, and amorphous phases, have on the extrinsic magnetic properties of materials.
Material Science and Engineering (MSE)
CARNEGIE MELLON UNIV.

University of Delaware
The Department of Physics and Astronomy (DPA) traces its ancestry back to a small teaching department which began in 1920. By the early 1960s it had expanded into a major research department with the construction of Sharp Laboratory and the development of a full-scale doctoral program. DPA steadily grew during the next two decades, acquiring an international reputation as a small but strong department emphasizing experimental condensed matter physics.
www.physics.udel.edu             Prof. George Hadjipanayis
UNIV. of DELAWARE

University of Dresden
TU Dresden is one of the top ten universities in Germany for physics research, according to the independent CHE research ranking. Experimental and theoretical research focus on condensed matter physics, particle and nuclear physics, complex quantum systems, and biophysics.
https://tu-dresden.de/mn/physik
DRESDEN UNIV.

George Washington University
The Institute for Magnetics Research (IMR)focuses its work on modeling, experimental measurements, and the use of magnetic materials. The materials most commonly studied are magnetic recording media, magneto-optical media, magnetocaloric materials, and magnetostrictive materials.
www.gwu.edu/~imr/
George Washington University

Hiroshima University
Department of Materials Science
Research at the Graduate School of Advanced Sciences of Matter is mainly focused on basic science and applied science. While the former pursues the fundamental principles of matter and life, the latter integrates those principles with the advanced technology development, thus utilizing them for human beings.
www.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/en/adsm/magnetism
HIROSHIMA UNIV.

University of Illinois
Urbana-Champaign
Materials Research Laboratory
http://mrl.illinois.edu/
Ask Van (questions on magnetism and relativity)
UNIV. OF ILLINOIS

Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid
Web site in Spanish; Includes a publications reference
www.icmm.csic.es
Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid

University of Kaiserslautern
www.physik.uni-kl.de/286.html
KAISERSLAUTERN UNIV.

University of Leipzig
Mostly in the German language
http://research.uni-leipzig.de/sum/wp/
LEIPZIG UNIV.

Johnannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz
Mostly in the German language
www.mainz.uni-mainz.de/
MAINZ UNIV.

McGill University
www.physics.mcgill.ca/gallery/nik0/
MCGILL UNIV.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Plasma Science and Fusion Center
www.psfc.mit.edu/research
Magnetic Materials Open Courseware
Course in Magnetic Materials
MIT

University of Minnesota
This area broadly describes the interaction of electromagnetic waves with materials to yield useful devices including optical fibers, spintronic memory, and antennas for cell phones. To that end, faculty in ECE are engaged in research over the full frequency spectrum including light interacting with graphene, the use of fluids for tuning radio frequency circuits, and magnetic disk drives that combine both microwaves and light, both focused to nm length scales. Much of our work is collaborative and interdisciplinary with a strong connection to industry through two industry supported centers: C-SPIN and MINT.
http://ece.umn.edu/research/fields-photonics-and-magnetics/
UNIV. of MINNESOTA

University of Oxford
Forcing magnetic moments to lie in chains, planes, triangles and other non-cubic arrangements strengthens some of the quantum mechanical interactions between the moments while hindering others. In this way, it is possible to produce magnetic phases and novel behaviour not seen in higher symmetry systems.
Department of Physics
UNIVERSITY of OXFORD

Radboud University, Netherlands
High Field Magnetics Laboratory
http://www.ru.nl/hfml/
Radboud University

The University of Sheffield
Centre for Advanced Magnetics
Advanced Magnetic Materials and Devices
UNIV. of SHEFFIELD

Tohoku University
Institute for Materials Research
www.imr.tohoku.ac.jp/en/index.html
TOHOKU UNIV.

Trinity College
Founded in 1980 by J. M. D. Coey, we are the leading magnetism research group in Ireland.
School of Physics
TRINITY COLLEGE

University of Washington (Seattle)
The Krishnan group is an experimental group focused on the structural, magnetic, optical and transport properties of colloidal inorganic nanostructures, hybrid materials, thin films and lithographically patterned heterostructures. Our research occurs at the bio-nano-medical, magneto-electronic, and nano-energy interfaces.
http://depts.washington.edu/kkgroup/
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

University of Western Australia
School of Physics and Astrophysics
www.magnetics.uwa.edu.au/
UNIV. W. AUSTRALIA.



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