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10th European Conference on Magnetic Sensors and Actuators

Vienna, Austria (©WienTourismus/Christian Stemper)
EMSA 2014, Vienna (©WienTourismus/Peter Rigaud)


Hector Corte-Leon, "Influence of geometry on domain wall dynamics in permalloy nanodevices". National Physical Laboratory, Hampton Road, Teddington, UK


Carla Margarida Duarte, "Magnetic counter for Group B streptococcus detection in milk".
INESC–MN, Lisbon, Portugal


Jakub Mino, "Structural and magnetic characterization of Fe43,5Mn34Al15Ni7,5 pseudo-Heusler alloy".
Inst. Phys., Fac. Sci., UPJS,, Slovak Republic


Welcome to the official website of the 10th European Conference on Magnetic Sensors and Actuators (EMSA 2014).

The conference is to be held in Vienna, Austria during July 6-9, 2014.

EMSA is a biennial event which brings together engineers and scientists from universities, research institutions and industry who are active in the fields of nanomagnetism, magnetic materials, magnetic sensor and actuator technology. The conference not only provides a venue for presentation and discussion by senior-scientists but also actively offers a forum for promoting and supporting young scientists from around the world.

EMSA 2014
represents an exceptional opportunity to present your research activities, ideas and developments in front of an international audience of more than 100 experts.
EMSA 2014 will include invited talks and keynote addresses by eminent scientists as well as oral and poster sessions.

Full Paper Submission is NOW EXTENDED New DEADLINE: JUNE 13, 2014
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Registration is NOW OPEN. EMSA 2014 delegates can register online via this website. Please click on the drop-down menu on the left hand-side of the screen and select:


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You can register in advance at a reduced rate until April 27, 2014. We strongly encourage you to pre-register to avoid additional costs.

The Abstract Submission has CLOSED.

We would like to thank all the authors from around the world who have submitted their abstracts to the EMSA 2014 - the review process was completed and all authors were notified. Registered authors can keep track of their submissions by logging in to their accounts.