Following the success of previous workshops on MAGnetically Induced Currents in molecules (MAGIC) in Helsinki, Salerno and Kragujevac, I am pleased to say that the next workshop will be held in Cambridge.  This will take place between Sunday 11/9/2022 and Thursday 15/9/2022.  The venue for the workshop, including accommodation, will be Peterhouse.  This is the oldest constituent college in the University of Cambridge.  More information about Peterhouse may be found here:

The workshop will cover different aspects of magnetically induced current densities in atoms and molecules from experimental, theoretical, and computational points of view.  Relations between the nature of the chemical bond and molecular magnetic properties will also be within the scope of the conference.  The conference will create links between established scientists and young researchers, which will, it is hoped, trigger future research collaborations.

The conference begins on Sunday afternoon with registration. The talks will begin after breakfast on Monday morning (9:00). The conference ends with lunch (12:30) before departure on Thursday.  The conference is divided into sessions with lectures having a common theme.  Each session has time reserved for a common discussion.  The first lecturer of each session functions as chairman and discussion leader of their session.  The basic principle is that all participants give a talk, which limits the number of participants to about 35.  Although this may need to be tempered if demand for places is too high.  All participants can show a poster.  The poster are up during the whole conference.  Appart from the Sunday evening when participants are free explore Cambridge depending on what time they arrive, all meals and breaks are included in the workshop fee.

Talks will end early one afternoon so there will be an opportunity to join an organised visit to Historic Cambridge including the historic Wren Library at Trinity College and see some unique manuscripts that may be of special interest to attendees at this workshop.