The 2014 International Conference on Highly Frustrated Magnetism will be held at Cambridge University in Cambridge, UK during the week of July 7-11, 2014. This international conference will focus on recent developments in the study of the phenomenon of frustration in magnets. It will feature presentations reporting on experimental and theoretical studies of magnetic frustration, in all of its manifestations.
This conference follows in the series of HFM 2012 (Hamilton, Canada), HFM 2010 (Baltimore, USA), HFM 2008 (Braunschweig, Germany), HFM 2006 (Osaka, Japan), HFM 2003 (Grenoble, France) and HFM 2000 (Waterloo, Canada).
Cambridge University is conveniently located 45 minutes north-east of London by express train (leaving King's Cross Station). The conference will be hosted at Queens' College, within walking distance of Cambridge city centre. For information on the climate, the history of the City and University, local orientation, and other details please refer to the ever-so-useful Wikipedia page.
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