Magnetic Interactions 2016

Annual Earth Science magnetic conference. Department of Earth Science and Engineering Imperial College London

7 and 8 january 2016


Imperial College London Natural Magnetism group is proud to host the 2016 Magnetic Interactions meeting, taking place on the 7 and 8 January 2016 in the Department of Earth Science and Engineering Imperial College London. This meeting is intended for the Earth Science magnetic community in the UK, but we welcome anyone (other subjects, international, etc.) to attend.

  • Programme
Thursday 7th January
12.00 - 13.30 Buffet lunch at Imperial
13.30 - 15.00 Oral presentations
15.00 - 15.30 Coffee break
15.30 - 17.00 Oral presentations
17.00 - 19.00 Poster session with wine
19.00 - 21.00 Dinner at 58 Prince's Gate
Schedule 1


Friday 8th January
08.30 - 09.00 Coffee and biscuits
09.00 - 10.15 Oral presentations
10.15 - 10.45 Coffee break
10.45 - 12.00 Oral presentations
Schedule 2
  • Confirmed Speakers

Andrew Biggin (Univ. of Liverpool) with a talk on his paper "Palaeomagnetic field intensity variations suggest Mesoproterozoic inner-core nucleation" recently published in Nature.

Arne Døssing (Technical University of Denmark).

Ioan Lascu (University of Cambridge) with a talk on his paper "Magnetic unmixing of first-order reversal curve diagrams using principal component analysis".

  • Registration & Abstract Submission

For registration and Abstract submissions please submit via our conference management system. Please note that you will be asked to login with an Easy Chair account, which is free to register for if you don't have one already. At the end in the submission form, please specify if you intend to present a talk or a poster in the checkbox. Posters should be 'A0 portrait' to fit on the boards. For dietary requirements please contact us. Thanks to our supporters and sponsors, we will not have a registration fee this year. Deadline for submissions is on the 22nd December.

  • Accommodation

Please find below a list of suggested hotels near Imperial College London South Kensington campus:

      Westbury Hotel 22-24 Collingham Place, London SW5 0PZ

      The Nadler Kensington Hotel 25 Courtfield Gardens, London SW5 0PG

      Park City Grand Plaza Kensington 18-30 Lexham Gardens, London W8 5JE

      Travelodge London Fulham 290-302 North End Road, London SW6 1NQ

      Easy Hotel 42–48 West Cromwell Road, London SW5 9QL

Other options can be consulted in Imperial's accommodation for conferences website. However, these tend to be less affordable.

  • Location & Directions

The Department of Earth Science and Engineering is located in the Royal School of Mines building in the Imperial College London South Kensington campus. Dinner will be held in 58 Prince's Gate.

  • Supporters & Sponsors


  • Contact Us

magnetic.interactions.2016 [ at ]