Poster Sessions

Here you can check the oral-posters sessions:

 

Poster Session 1 (Monday 29th)

Chacón Infuence of Domain Size on the Magnetic Properties of Superconducting Spin Valves
Duarte Dissipative mechanisms and thermal diffusion in the annihilation of kinematic vortex-antivortex pairs
Eskildsen Kinematic and Structural Studies of Metastable Vortex Lattice Phases in MgB2
Fasano Direct imaging of vortex matter in iron-selenide superconductors
Gomes Paramagnetic excited vortex states in superconductors
Llorens Hyperuniform disorder of the vortex lattice
Menezes Nonuniform vortex configurations in type-II superconductors
Oliveira Phase transitions of small mesoscopic superconductor at the critical limit  κ=1/2
Pautrat Tackling the flux line lattic e structure in Niobium using neutron scattering
Silva Effective artificial pinning center introduction on MgB2 superconducting bulks
Sundar Vortex-glass transformation in the surface mixed-state of Mo1-xRex superconductors
Vizarim Influence of Pinning Strength and Size on Type II Superconducting Thin Films With Kagomé Pinning
Willa Appearance of flux creep upon cooling anisotropic superconductors in tilted magnetic fields
Xing Superconductivity in Ni-Bi
Zadorosny Kinematic vortices induced by constriction in gapless superconductors

Poster Session 2 (Tuesday 30th)

Geshkenbein Vortex in the maze
Kremen Mapping the local superfluid density with scanning SQUID microscopy
Mockli Vortices in the pair-density wave phase of multilayer superconductors
Pautrat Some new experimental insights into the surface superconducting state
Pinheiro Effects of thickness inhomogeneities on the flux avalanches in superconducting films
Peña Pseudo-gap manifestations in the kinetic energy density of  Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+ δ single crystals
Romaguera Phase coexistence of superconductivity and magnetism driven by a spinorial order parameter in  heavy fermion compounds
Rumi First-order vortex phase transition in Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8-δ with low doses of correlated disorder revisited
Vizarim Dynamic Phases Induced by Surface Effects in Type II Superconducting Strips With Triangular Pinning Arrays

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