Less than 12 months after the last best poster prize, Marijan wins another one for new work on computational skyrmionics, carried out using Jupyter Notebook, Matplotlib, FEniCS and Southampton's Finmag code.
The last coding sprint in room 176/5041; from next week onwards we'll be in 176/5003. A big welcome to Emma and Gary who join the team this year.
Congratulations to Dr Max (visible on the photograph with his examiners Prof Dieter Suess from Vienna and Prof Kees de Groot, and himself). (Jul 2016)
Congratulations to Dr Marijan Beg passing his PhD viva. Thanks to Prof Jim Miles from Manchester and Denis Kramer from Southampton acting as examiners. During the evening celebrations, a new type of #PokemonGo creature has been discovered: the Skyrmini. It likes to appear in pairs (see picture above). (Jul 2016)
EPSRC-funded PhD student Marijan Beg wins a poster prize at the International conference for Magnetism and Magnetic Materials in San Diego (January 2016) with his work on computational modelling of skyrmionic systems. The software used has been developed jointly within the group over several years. The work is summarised here.
A big welcome to Dr Thomas Kluyver who joins us from the Jupyter team in Berkeley and will push Jupyter and its integration and use in computational science and engineering from Southampton. The penguin is his new mascot and called Victoria. (Dec 2015)
Thank you Thomas Schrefl and Ian Hawke for examining the work, and congratulations Dr Dmitri :) (Dec 2015).
A great pleasure to have Pete Metaxas giving a seminar and working with us this week (Nov 2015).
Weiwei Wang (bottom left) passes his PhD Viva - a great please to have Bob Stamps (top left) visiting Southampton from Glasgow for the day.
Marijan Beg discussion Skyrmions with Xichao Zhang at the International Conference on Computational Science in January 2015, after giving his invited talk on Skyrmion stability.
Dmitri Chernyshenko, Max Albert and Marijan talk given talks at the international conference on magnetism and magnetic materials 2014 in Honolulu. Bottom Right: Max, Marijan, Hans and Weiwei at reception outside.
General impressions from an exciting international meeting on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials in Oahu, November 2014.