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Magnetic resonance in highly frustrated magnetic systems

1. - 4. February 2010, Kranjska Gora, Slovenia


In the past decade, frustration in lattices that are less coordinated than the triangular one has been shown to lead to a possible stabilization of new states, including the RVB state. Such magnetic networks are observed in kagomé and pyrochlore systems (lattices of corner sharing triangles and tetrahedra respectively) and beyond. Magnetic resonance techniques, i.e. solid state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) or muon spin relaxation (μSR), are key experimental techniques for study of magnetically frustrated systems.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together leading scientists in the field magnetic resonance of frustrated magnetic systems in order to foster exchange of research ideas and results, establish stronger links between different European magnetic resonance laboratories and promote mobility of researchers.

The conference is finnacially supported by European Science Foundation Network "Highly Frustrated Magnetism" and Slovenian Research Agency.