The 2018 CMM Meeting was held from 30 January to 02 February in Wagga Wagga, NSW. 70 attendees enjoyed three days of high-quality oral and poster presentations from participants drawn from Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Austria, Germany and Mexico.
|Robin Guehne||Victoria University Of Wellington|
|Thomas Raeber||RMIT University|
|Jonathan Bradford||Queensland University of Technology|
|Brenton Cook||RMIT University|
|Michael Horn||Queensland University of Technology|
|Nazrul Makmor||UNSW Canberra|
|Nikka Turangan||Queensland University of Technology|
About the Condensed Matter and Materials Meeting
This meeting provides a unique opportunity for condensed matter and materials scientists to meet in an informal atmosphere to discuss their current research and future directions. The traditional informal Wagga conference puts an emphasis on contributed papers. Students are particularly encouraged to submit abstracts for oral presentations.
The conference topics cover a broad range of specialty areas in condensed matter physics and materials science, including novel multifunctional properties, solid-state magnetism and superconductivity, 2D quantum materials, advanced characterisation methods, and other recent developments in condensed matter and materials research.
The delights of the Charles Sturt University venue include the beautiful weather, the nearby vineyards, the abounding wildlife on campus, and the attractive countryside. We invite you to take this special opportunity to enjoy an interesting scientific program at a wonderful and characteristic Australian location.