BeMAGIC kick-off meeting - 2

The BeMAGIC kick-off meeting was held on 28-29 November 2019 in Gran Hotel Rey don Jaime, Castelldefels, Spain. This event was organized by the Coordinator institution, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), and it gathered together the representatives from the Beneficiary Partners and Partner Organizations of the project. After the welcome presentations delivered by Prof. Enric Llebot, Director of the Physics Department, and Prof. Armand Sánchez, Vice-Rector of research of UAB, the Coordinator, Prof. Jordi Sort, presented the project, the objectives and the work packages of the action. Afterwards, the Training Manager, Dr. Eva Pellicer, explained in detail the training strategy. Importantly, the representatives of the Beneficiary Partners and Partner organizations introduced their institutions and their role within BeMAGIC by delivering a brief presentation. In addition, the Project Manager, Dr. Jordi Malapeira, presented the management aspects and the Consortium Agreement, the Recruitment Manager, Prof. Paola Tiberto, showed the BeMAGIC recruitment strategy and progress and the Dissemination and Outreach Manager, Dr. Karin Leistner, explained the communication plan. The training in soft skills was tackled by Dr. Gavin Lucas from ThePaperMill, the partner company in charge of transferrable skills. To conclude the event, the Coordinator overviewed the action plan, work packages, milestones and deliverables.


  • DSC 00835

  • DSC 00839

  • DSC 00840

  • DSC 00844

  • DSC 00848

  • DSC 00850

  • DSC 00851

  • DSC 00853

  • DSC 00856

  • DSC 00858

  • DSC 00861

  • DSC 00864

  • DSC 00865

  • DSC 00869

  • DSC 00870

  • DSC 00874

  • DSC 00881

  • DSC 00884

  • DSC 00886

  • DSC 00889

  • DSC 00892

  • DSC 00893

  • DSC 00894

  • DSC 00898

  • DSC 00899

  • DSC 00902

  • DSC 00904

  • DSC 00907

  • DSC 00913

  • DSC 00914

  • DSC 00916

  • DSC 00920

  • DSC 00922

  • DSC 00926

  • DSC 00927

  • DSC 00931

  • DSC 00934

  • DSC 00936

  • DSC 00939

  • DSC 00940

  • DSC 00941

Continue reading

  • Hits: 71

BeMAGIC kick-off meeting

The BeMAGIC kick-off meeting will be held on 28-29 November 2019 at “Gran Hotel Rey don Jaime”, Castelldefels (Barcelona), Spain. Representatives of the Beneficiary Partners and the Partner Organizations will gather together to discuss several aspects concerning the implementation of the project. During the event, the Coordinator team (UAB) will present the Project and the representatives of the network institutions will introduce their research teams and their role within the network. Besides, several sessions are scheduled to tackle the project management, financial aspects, recruitment process, dissemination, outreach and training.

Continue reading

  • Hits: 191

Energy Efficient Magnetoelectric Materials by Ionic Approaches: Fundamentals, Challenges and Perspectives

712. WE-Heraeus Seminar, Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, 26 Jan - 29 Jan 2020

Organized by Dr. Karin Leistner, IFW Dresden • Prof. Jordi Sort Viñas, Universtitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain • Dr. Robert Kruk, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology The seminar aims at providing a forum for an overview of the current understanding of ionic effects in magnetoelectric materials. Fundamental ionic mechanisms and their correlation with magnetic phenomena, utilization of the spatial resolution achieved by advanced interface-sensitive measurement techniques, and routes toward the implementation of nanodevices will be covered.

For more detailed information visit the web

  • Hits: 25


  • E-mail:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Contact
  • Phone: +34 935 812 085

Magnetoelectric materials: why now and why in Europe?

What makes ME materials so special is their ability to simultaneously respond to external electric and magnetic stimuli

Research methodology and approach

BeMAGIC is organized in 8 interdisciplinary Work Packages

Intersectorial approach and synergies

BeMAGIC gathers a world-class balanced combination of fundamental and applied multi-disciplinary scientists/engineers across Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, Engineering, or Biotechnology