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Exhibit Hall Hours:
Tuesday, November 5 – Thursday, November 7
8:15 am – 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Conference Sponsor

AIP Publishing is a not-for-profit subsidiary of the American Institute of Physics (AIP). AIP Publishing’s mission is to support the charitable, scientific and educational purposes of AIP through scholarly publishing activities in the fields of the physical and related sciences on its own behalf, on behalf of Member Societ­ies of AIP, and on behalf of other publishing partners to help them proactively advance their missions.

Invited and contributed papers presented at the 64th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials will be published in AIP Publishing’s journal AIP Advances (ai­ AIP Advances is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that has an inclusive scope covering all areas of physical sci­ence. The journal is freely accessible to the global public and there­fore offers a high level of visibility to the magnetism research presented at the 64th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. Conference presenters who submit their paper to AIP Advances will be able to publish without paying the open access fee.

AIP Publishing
Conference Sponsor

The IEEE Magnetics Society is the leading international professional organization for magnetism and related professionals throughout the world. The IEEE Magnetics Society promotes the advancement of science, technology, applications and training in magnetism. It fosters presentation and exchange of information among its members and within the global technical community, including education and training of young engineers and scientists. It seeks to nurture positive interactions between all national and regional societies acting in the field of magnetism.

IEEE Magnetics
Supporter - Magnetism as Art

AIP Publishing is a wholly owned not-for-profit subsidiary of the American Institute of Physics (AIP). AIP Publishing’s mission is to support the charitable, scientific and educational purposes of AIP through scholarly publishing activities in the fields of the physical and related sciences on its own behalf, on behalf of Member Societ- ies of AIP, and on behalf of other publishing partners to help them proactively advance their missions.

Invited and contributed papers presented at the Joint MMM-Intermag Conference will be published, in part, in AIP Publishing’s journal AIP Advances (  AIP Advances is a peer-reviewed, open access journal, that has an inclusive scope covering all areas of physical science.  The journal is freely accessible to the global public and therefore offers a high level of visibility to magnetism and magnetic materials research presented at the Joint MMM-Intermag Conference.   Conference presenters who submit their paper to AIP Advances will be able to publish without paying the open access fee.

AIP Advances
Booth 1

Thin Film Deposition Systems (Sputtering, E-beam, Thermal, Ion Beam, PLD and Multi-Technique). Ion Beam Etch Systems with SIMS (Ion Milling, RIBE).  R&D and Pilot Scale Equipment.  UHV and HV Magnetron Sputter Sources and Thermal Evaporation Sources.  Wide range of Substrate Holders featuring Azimuthal Rotation, RF/DC Biasing, Heating, Water Cooling, LN2 Cooling and Tilting.  Sputter Targets and Evaporation Materials. RF/DC Power Supplies.

AJA International
Booth 20

American Magnetics, Inc. (AMI), a veteran owned company in Oak Ridge, TN, has been a manufacturer of superconducting magnet systems and cryogenic equipment for over 45 years. Founded in 1968, AMI has become a world leader in supplying turn-key cryogen free and liquid helium based superconducting magnet systems with literally thousands of magnets in the field.

Our custom solutions range from completely conduction cooled multi-axis systems combined with an integrated variable temperature insert to large room temperature bore zero boil off helium recondensing systems (ReconTM).

American Magnetics, Inc.
Supporter - Best Student Presentation

The American Physical Society (APS) Topical Group on Magnetism and its Applications, or GMAG, represents one of the fastest-growing scientific sectors of the APS. Membership in GMAG—an annual investment of only $10 for APS members—not only helps you keep up with the fast-paced field of Magnetism but also provides the following features:

  • A convenient way to connect with other members of the magnetism community
  • The GMAG Newsletter, distributed biannually
  • The opportunity to shape the GMAG-sponsored sessions and symposia at the March Meeting, 80 sessions in all for 2016. The Magnetism sorting category received 921 abstracts, which is ~10% of all abstracts submitted.
  • Access to GMAG-sponsored graduate student awards and sponsorships
  • Potential to increase the number of invited talks on magnetism at the March Meeting
  • Potential to increase the number of APS Fellows sponsored by GMAG
  • The opportunity to help shape the future of Physics in the US by participating in GMAG-sponsored student outreach activities and Congressional visitations.
Booth 21

Founded in 1899, the American Physical Society (APS) is a non-profit membership organization working to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics. APS publishes the Physical Review collection, the world's most widely read physics research and review journals. Please stop by our booth in the exhibit hall to learn more about Physical Review Materials as well as our newest journal Physical Review Research an exciting new broad scope, open access journal from APS.

APS Physics
Booth 15

attocube is technology leader for nanoscale cryogenic measurement instrumentation, including low vibration closed-cycle cryostats, a cryo-optical table and various low temperature & high magnetic field compatible measurement inserts, allowing for research techniques such as AFM, MFM, SHPM, confocal & RAMAN microscopy. The attoTMS is attocube’s powerful all-in-one solution for transport measurements based on the Nanonis TrameaTM electronics. Nano-precise piezo positioning stages and a laser displacement sensor with picometer resolution complete attocube’s portfolio.

Booth 22

High current, high stability, highly accurate. Less than 1 ppm/K TC and less than 10 ppm ripple on wide current ranges are among some of our specs. CAEN ELS magnet power supplies are designed with a completely digital control and feedback loop, allowing for softwarebased adjustment of PID parameters, synchronizing fully and behaving nicely with your reactive loads (up to 100 H). Supporting large installations at many synchrotrons and colliders around the world, our offerings include standard and custom products. Home-grown DCCT current sensors are implemented within the supplies for aiding in such performance, or are available separately in various models with a complete digitizing current measurement system for your own setups. CAEN ELS is represented in the U.S. by CAEN Technologies.

CAEN Technologies Inc.
Booth 8

Our company provides wireless solutions for any business use. 

ConnectMe Solutions
Supporter - Meet the Experts

The evico magnetics GmbH was founded in 2006 as spin-off of the Leibniz Institut for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW) Dresden. The main products are: (i) Advanced magneto-optical wide-field Kerr microscope systems for the visualization of magnetic domains and magnetization processes in all kinds of magnetic materials. The Kerr microscopes also serve as magneto-optical magnetometers for the sensitive and local measurement of hysteresis loops by MOKE magnetometry. (ii) High Pressure Milling Vials with a gas temperature monitoring system for the synthesis of magnetic powders and hydrogen storage materials. 

evico magnetics
Supporter - Best Poster and Booth 23

GMW offers Electromagnet Systems for magnetic material, thin film, and spintronics studies including the Miniature Projected Field Electromagnet family of: 5201 for in-plane fields; 5203 for vertical fields; 5204 for true 3-axis vector field; 5205 series for larger volume, modest vertical fields; and 5207 for vertical fields to +/-1T.

Dipole magnets for FMR applications and full-wafer test are available with fields to +/-2T and true bipolar operation, along with HTS-110 compact Electromagnets including Short Solenoids to +/-3T and Projected Field magnets to +/- 2T.

We also offer One- and Three-component Magnetic Sensors, Transducers and Field Mappers, including: Metrolab Three-Component Magnetic Field Probes with USB Interface and LabView software, full-scale, calibrated ranges of +/-100uT, +/-8mT, +/-3T and +/-14T; Senis One-, Two and Three-Component Hall Transducers with analog output, full-scale field ranges to +/-20T and frequency response from dc to 75kHz that can be used stand-alone or in Senis Magnetic Field Mapping Systems; and Group3 High Precision Digital Probes with traceable calibration to 12T.


GMW Associates
Booth 16

The robustness and convenience of Hinds photoelastic modulator (PEM) technology allows sensitive detection of magneto-optic signals produced by thin magnetic films. Hinds Instruments’ products for magnetic thin film development are the MOKE kits and Photoelastic Moudlators (PEMs).  Both the MOKE kits and the PEMs allow the user to create a set-up which will plot hysteresis loops and determine coercivity values.  The MOKE kit options include photo detectors, lock-in amplifiers, polarizers, and PEMS that allow experimenters to build their own MOKE system.

Hinds Instruments
Booth 7

Intlvac Thin Film provides customers with machinery needed for creating coatings including ion source and all parts needed to make it function. Additionally, we manufacture high quality PVD coatings using techniques such as Ion Assisted Thermal and Electron Beam Evaporation, Reactive and non-Reactive Magnetron Sputtering and Diamond-Like Carbon by Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition. Research and development is key in giving our technology competitive advantage. We provide prototype and production run coating services to customers around the world. Intlvac Thin Film has become an authority in Ion Beam Etch/Sputter systems and reactive sputter systems for precision optical coating.

Intlvac Thin Film
Booth 19

We're at the nexus of electron and photon optics, sensor technology and artificial intelligence. From raw wafer to next-gen chip to world-altering idea, we help enable what's next.  We develop and manufacture process-control and process-enabling solutions that accelerate tomorrow's electronic devices.  Last year we invested over $600 million in R&D. That's a measure of our commitment to solving the most daunting technical challenges. From our ground-breaking mask inspection tool in 1975 that signaled the dawn of semiconductor process control, to today's broadband plasma technology that discovers defects at the speed of light, we like to arrive first.

KLA Company
Booth 10

We are a fully integrated manufacturer of thin film deposition systems for UHV and we offer a variety vacuum components and high purity materials. Our High-Power IMPULSE™ Magnetron (HIPIMS) power supply and UHV TORUS® Mag Keeper magnetron sputter source combination delivers films with better adhesion, improved grain structure, and fewer defects than conventional sputtering. Lesker’s thin film deposition systems include the LabLine Sputter 5 and Sputter 12 for magnetic thin film applications, as well as Atomic Layer Deposition systems and fully integrated cluster tools. Powered by our proprietary eKLipse™ system control, platform recipe management and execution are vastly enhanced. Materials for research include chalcogenide alloys for phase change memory, CoFeB and Mn related alloys for MRAM and precious metals such as Au, Pt, Ir, Ru, and others. Additional materials include: Co, Fe, and Ni; and alloys and oxides such as Ni-Fe, BiFeO3, YIG, FeCoMn, MoS2, Fe3O4, and LaSrMnO. 

Kurt J. Lesker Company
Booth 5

Lake Shore offers electromagnet-based VSMs for characterizing magnetic properties over a range of temperatures (4.2 K to 1273 K) and fields to 3.42 T. Among these is the award-winning 8600 Series VSM, which combines high sensitivity (33 nemu), measurement speed (10 ms/pt), and simple operation in a system capable of accurately characterizing a broad range of materials with unprecedented ease. Also available: magnetic test and measurement instruments, including gaussmeters and a new line of dependable, precise, easy-to-use teslameters, as well as cryogenic probe stations with integrated field magnets for on-wafer magneto-transport, DC, RF, or microwave measurements.

Lake Shore Cryotronics
Media Supporter

Magnetics Magazine is a trade journal and media platform for technical professionals who integrate or utilize magnetic technologies including coil winding and electrical manufacturing in their products and applications, and for technical and management professionals in the magnetics, coil winding and electrical manufacturing industries.

Readers are OEM engineers and technical professionals, product and application managers, and management executives who are involved in magnets, magnetic materials, magnetic products & components, electromagnetic technologies and manufacturing. Key industries served include aerospace, automotive, medical, industrial, defense and electronics. The magazine is published six times per year in both print and digital formats.  The media platform includes a news and technical website, bi-monthly e-newsletter and e-marketing services. Magnetics Magazine has a large global audience enabling advertisers to reach the entire magnetics industry and leading technical professionals involved in magnetics worldwide. In addition, each issue can be viewed digitally. 

Advertisers are suppliers of magnetic materials, magnets, magnetic assemblies and components, test equipment and services, electromagnetic design software, manufacturing equipment and supplies, and product development services.

Magnetics Magazine
Supporter - Tuesday Bierstube

Materion offers the widest range of high purity thin film materials to meet your advanced memory requirements. We have a comprehensive portfolio of specialty materials to support STT-RAM (MRAM) applications. These include fine-microstructure precious metals such as Palladium alloys, Platinum alloys, Iridium alloys and Ruthenium. We manufacture high purity tunnel junction materials of Magnesium, Magnesium Oxide and Magnesium-Aluminum alloys. Our casting and purification technology produces CoFe and CoFeB alloys with very low oxygen impurity. In addition, we offer services such as sputter target bonding, precision parts cleaning, and precious / high value metal reclamation services.

Booth 11

NanoMagnetics Instruments Ltd. (NMI) is one of the world leading companies in the field of Scanning Probe Microscopes (SPMs) and measurement systems for various field of science and technology. Founded in 1998, markets its products in the world under NanoMagnetics Instruments Ltd. brand. Prestigious universities like Oxford, MIT, Kyoto, and Harvard research labs like, Los Alamos National Lab., Argonne National Labs, TATA- Institutes, government institutes like NASA and companies like Seagate, Microsoft, and Samsung are among our customers. 6 universities in top 10 list and 26 universities in top 100 list are our customers.

NanoMagnetics Instruments
Booth 6

NanoScan is a member of the IonTof group of companies. We are specialized in high-vacuum Scanning Probe Microscopes and our flagship microscope, the VLS-80, offers a high-end standalone solution for high-vacuum SPM. It runs all SPM modes of imaging and is equipped with two phase-locked loops to enable dual frequency modes. Magnetic imaging is a key strength of the VLS-80, with 550 mT out-of-plane, 200 mT in-plane magnetic field options and 10-nm lateral resolution guaranteed; an industry best. The large stage offers excellent positioning repeatability over the complete range of 100mm x 100mm.

NanoScan AG
Booth 24

Serving as the North American Sales Agent for Futek Furnace, Hprobe and Nordiko Technical Services, North American Nanotech President, Daniel Montag, will be manning the exhibit booth and will be eager to respond to any/all questions re: Futek's high field magnetic anneal process tools, Hprobe's magnetic wafer level testers and and Nordiko's PVD & ion beam deposition process tools. Even if you're not currently in the market we'd be eager to discuss your current and future process and test requirements to determine if our clients process and test expertise can serve your needs going forward.  

North American Nanotech, Inc.
Booth 2 and 3

Quantum Design manufactures automated material characterization systems providing temperatures from 0.05 to 1000 K, magnetic fields up to 16 tesla, and a wide range of measurements., including:  VSM magnetometry,  magneto resistance, sample rotator, thermal expansion, Raman spectroscopy, FMR and SPM.  Platforms include the PPMS ®, MPMS®3, VersaLab, and DynaCool.   Quantum Design also recently introduced an innovative 7 tesla magneto-optical cryostat (OptiCool™).  All systems have cryogen free options.  Quantum Design also manufactures advanced heliiuheliumfiers (ATL80, ATL 160) and recovery systems.  They distribute direct write, e-beam and nano-lithography systems, NanoMOKE, single crystal furnaces, AFM for SEM/FIB, SNSPD based single photon detectors and time tagging electronics

Quantum Design
Booth 25

SmartTip has extended its range of magnetic analysis tools with the SmartProber P1, a 300 mm capable 6 kOe perpendicular field CIPT tool. Find out more about this and our other affordable CIPT analysis tools at our booth. As the world’s only AFM probe provider special- izing in MFM probes, we also continue to offer a range of MFM probe solutions fit to your specific application: hard magnetic media, soft magnetic structures, applied field measurements, etc. Our Smart Coating technology guarantees very high resolution and reproducible results.

Smart Tip Probe Solutions
Booth 4

Zurich Instruments is a manufacturer of test and measurement equipment for advanced research and development applications.  The instruments use LabOne® control software that sets a benchmark for efficient instrumentation control and a good user experience.  This progressive approach reduces the complexity of laboratory setups, removes sources of problems and supports new measurement strategies that accelerate the progress of research. Zurich Instruments’ portfolio comprises lock-in amplifiers, arbitrary waveform generators, impedance analyzers,  quantum computing control systems, phase-locked loops, and boxcar averagers.

Zurich Instruments AG