The International Symposium on Advanced Magnetic Materials and Applications (ISAMMA)

The ISAMMA was established in 2007. Before that time, we had three international symposia regarding magnetism and magnetic materials in Asian region: the International Symposium on Physics of Magnetic Materials (ISPMM) initiated in Japan, the International Symposium on Magnetic Materials and Applications (SOMMA) initiated in Korea and the International Symposium of Advanced Magnetic Technologies (ISAMT) initiated in Taiwan. Though their activity earned good reputation around the world, their purposes and scopes were similar to each other. The representatives of these symposia discussed and decided to consolidate the three symposia into the ISAMMA. The 1st ISAMMA was successfully held in Jeju, Korea in 2007, followed by 2nd in Sendai, Japan (2010), 3rd in Taichung, Taiwan (2013), and 4th in Phu Quoc, Vietnam (2017).

The purpose of ISAMMA is to promote discussions and advances on the field of magnetic materials and its application. The ISAMMA has successfully established a network of researchers and engineers not only in the Asian region but also in the communities around the world.

ISAMMA Steering Committee

  Koki Takanashi Tohoku University, Japan
  Shin Saito Tohoku University, Japan
Akira Kikitsu Toshiba Corporation, Japan
Kyung-Ho Shin Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
CheolGi Kim Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Young Keun Kim Korea University, Korea
Te-Ho Wu National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Wen-Cheng Chang National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
Ching Ray Chang National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Xiaofeng Jin Fudan University, China
Wei Li Central Iron and Steel Research Institute, China
Z. H. Cheng State Key Lab. of Magnetism, Chinese Academy of Science, China
S. X. Zhou Advanced Technology & Materials Co., Ltd.; China Iron and Steel Research Institute Group, China
Zhou Tiejun Data Storage Institute, Singapore
Nguyen Huu Duc Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam