Theoretical and Experimental Magnetism Meeting (TEMM) 2023
10 Jan 2023







​Location: Cosener's House​, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK

​Dates: 21st and 22nd June 2023

Registration has now closed

The deadline has now passed for abstract submissions for contributed ​talks and posters. All contributors should now have been contacted.​

​​​Practical information:

The meeting is free to attend and all are welcome

The meeting will start at 10:30 on Wednesday 21st June and will end at 16:00 on Thursday 22nd June. 

Accommodation: If you require accommodation before, during or after the meeting, you should book this yourself. You can book direct with Cosener's House ​( or the nearby Crown and Thistle hotel ( ​

Currently there are no incoming travel restrictions for the UK due to Coronavirus. We will update this page if the situation changes, but we advise you to check the government travel pages as well.

Meeting background:
This year it will be the 21st TEMM!​

Talks will cover current research in both theoretical and experimental magnetism, and is intended for anybody who wishes to become familiar with current research in this area, with the special emphasis to bring scientists from UK and abroad together to foster long-term collaborations.

The meeting is funded and organised by the following organisations: 


We intend to have a focus session on neutrons ​as a probe of quantum entanglement, as well as covering more general areas of theoretical and experimental magnetism, and superconductivity.​

The provisional programme is as follows:​

Wednesday 21st of June – time: BST = GMT+1


10:00 to 10:20 Registration and arrival (+tea/coffee)


10:20 to 12:30 Session 1

10:20 Sean Langridge (ISIS Associate Director for Science)

Welcome and opening remarks

10:30 Shivaji Sondhi (Oxford)

The Hydrodynamics of Spin Liquids

11:00 Stephen Powell (Nottingham)

String, cluster and critical dynamics following a field quench in spin ice

11:30 Otto Mustonen (Birmingham)

Tuneable S = 1/2 spin ladder-chain system Ba2CuTe1xWxO6

12:00 Cecilie Glittum (Cambridge)

Sublattice Pairing in Pyrochlore Heisenberg Antiferromagnets

12:15 Marios Georgiou (Loughborough)

Multi-Q magnetic phases from frustration and chiral interactions


12:30 to 14:00 Lunch


14:00 to 15:30 Session 2

14:00 Owen Benton (MPIPKS, Dresden)

Abundance of hard-hexagon crystals in the quantum pyrochlore antiferromagnet

14:30 Maria Daghofer (UnivStuttgart)

Floquet dynamics of Kitaev-like models

14:45 Manuel dos Santos Dias (STFC Daresbury)

Topological magnons driven by the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction in the centrosymmetric ferromagnet Mn5Ge3

15:00 Li Ern Chern (Cambridge)

Topological Phase Diagrams of In-Plane Field Polarized Kitaev Magnets

15:15 Siobhan Tobin (Oxford)

Spin waves of Co-doped Lu iron garnet


15:30 to 16:15 Break (tea/coffee)


16:15 to 18:30 Session 3

16:15 Tom Lancaster (Durham)

Insights into skymion-hosting materials from implanted muons

16:45 Sarah Dunsiger (Simon Fraser, Canada)

(tbc) Ubiquitous Spin Freezing in the Superconducting State of UTe2

17:15 Aline Ramires (PSI)

Superconductivity and magnetism in CeRh2As2: a theoretical perspective

17:45 Manisha Islam (Warwick)

Magnetic Structure and Highly Unusual In-field Behaviour of D-type Erbium Disilicate

18:00 Dirk Backes (Diamond)

Evaluating and optimising proximity-induced magnetisation in MnTe/Bi2Te3 heterostructures

18:15 Gemma Gransbury (Manchester)

Modulating Relaxation Properties via Weak Equatorial Coordination in Axial Dysproscenium Single-Molecule Magnets


18:30 to 19:30 Poster presentations and drinks


19:30 to 22:30 Dinner at the Cosener's House


Thursday 22nd of June – time: BST = GMT+1


9:00 to 10:30 Session 4

9:00 Lucy Clark (Birmingham)

Synthesis-Dependent Structure-Property Relationships of Quantum Materials

9:30 Radu Coldea (Oxford)

Order-by-Disorder in a Honeycomb Cobaltate

10:00 Ursula Hansen (ILL)

Magnetic Bloch oscillations and domain wall dynamics in a near-Ising ferromagnetic chain


10:30 to 11:00 Break (tea/coffee)


11:00 to 12:30 Session 5

11:00 Alan Tennant (UTK)

Model agnostic entanglement determination in condensed matter

11:30 Tommaso Roscilde (Lyon)

Reconstructing the spatial structure of quantum correlations via neutron scattering

12:00 Marcus Heyl (Ausburg)

Quantum entanglement from dynamic susceptibilities and beyond


12:30 to 14:00 Lunch


14:00 to 15:30 Session 6

14:00 Madeleine Georgopoulou (UCL/ILL)

Quantum spin liquid states in S=1/2 kagome antiferromagnets: an inelastic neutron scattering investigation

14:25 Almut Schroeder (Kent State University)

Search for quantum critical magnetic correlations in disordered ferromagnetic alloys

14:45 Viviane Pecanha Antonio (Oxford)

Magnetic excitations in topological frustrated Nd2PdSi3

15:00 George Wood (Warwick)

The double-Q ground state with topological charge stripes in the skyrmion candidate GdRu2Si2

15:15 Diego Alba Venero (ISIS)

Magnetic super–structure in TbCu2


15:30 Closing remarks


15:30 to 16:15 tea/coffee & departure



Contact: Ewings, Russell (STFC,RAL,ISIS)