June 30-July 25, 2003: Frontiers
Theory, Experiment, and Applications
Site Coordinator: Leo Radzihovsky
The Boulder 2003 summer school aims to give attendees exposure to some of the most vital areas of study in magnetism on both basic and applied fronts.
For information about applications, travel, student support, facilities, and general background of the Boulder school, please see the Boulder School general site. When the School has started, lecture notes will also be archived at the general site.
This page contains information specific to the 2003 Boulder School.
E-mail with questions about the scientific program can be sent to the organizers at Boulder Organizers.
Daniel Arovas A Quantum Mechanic's Tool Box (University of California, San Diego)
Michael Coey Oxide and Semiconductor Magnetism (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland)
Daniel Cox Quantum Impurity Problems (University of California, Davis)
Anupam Garg Spin Semiclassics (Northwestern University)
Olle Heinonen Computational Applied Magnetics (Seagate Technology)
Frances Hellman Fundamentals of Experimental Magnetism (University of California, San Diego)
Claire Lhuillier Frustrated Magnets (LPTL Jussieu, France)
Allan MacDonald Semiconductor Spintronics (University of Texas, Austin)
Brian Maple Magnetic Impurities in Metals (University of California, San Diego)
Andrew Millis Theory of Magnetic Oxides (Columbia University)
Stuart Parkin Spintronics (IBM Almaden)
Daniel Ralph Nanomagnets (Cornell University)
Subir Sachdev Quantum Criticality in Magnetic Systems (Yale University)
Richard Scalettar Computational Quantum Magnetism (University of California, Davis)
B. Sriram Shastry The Microscopic Basis of Magnetism (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
Nicola Spaldin Electronic Structure Methods for Magnetic Materials (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Harry Suhl Modern Micromagnetism (University of California, San Diego)
Yuri Suzuki Fabricated Magnetic Structures (Cornell University)
Wolfgang Wernsdorfer Molecular Magnets (CNRS, Grenoble, France)
|The Boulder Summer School in Condensed Matter and Materials Physics has been established to provide education for advanced graduate students and postdocs working in condensed matter physics, materials science and related fields. The goal is to enable students to work at the frontiers of science and technology by providing expert training not easily available within the traditional system of graduate education and postdoctoral apprenticeship. The School is supported by the National Science Foundation, with additional funding provided by the University of Colorado and NIST, and meets annually during July in Boulder, Colorado.