International Workshop on 1 & 2 Dimensional Magnetic Measurement and Testing

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International Workshop on 1 & 2 Dimensional Magnetic Measurement and Testing (commonly referred to as 1&2DM or even 2DM) - international meeting devoted to problems in one- and two-directional magnetisation of ferromagnetic materials.

Link to the next workshop


From the 8th 1&2DM the technical papers written in English are published in Przegląd Elektrotechniczny (which in Polish means Electric Review) issued in Warsaw, Poland.[1] Przegląd Elektrotechniczny is one of the oldest European periodicals (since 1919), which is still being in print.[2] From the 12th edition full conference papers have been published on the International Journal of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics-IJAEM,[3] (IOS Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands).

International Steering Committee[edit]

  • Prof. Carlo Ragusa (Chair), Italy
  • Dr. Johannes Sievert (past Chair), Germany
  • Dr. Carlo Appino, Italy.
  • Prof. Luc Dupré, Belgium.
  • Prof. Masato Enokizono, Japan.
  • Dr. Fausto Fiorillo, Italy.
  • Dr Nicolas Galopin, France.
  • Prof. Yongjian Li, China.
  • Prof. Anthony J. Moses, United Kingdom.
  • Prof. Helmut Pfützner, Austria
  • Mr. Stefan Siebert, Germany
  • Prof. Marian Soiński, Poland.
  • Prof. Derac Son, Korea.
  • Mr. Kiyoshi Wajima, Japan.
  • Dr. Xing Zhou, China.
  • Prof. Jian Guo Zhu, Australia.

1&2DM Workshops[edit]

1&2DM is usually held in September. The years are chosen as to alternate with the Soft Magnetic Materials Conference:

* The 16th Workshop in 2020 was postponed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic of 2019-2021. Rather than wait four years between workshops, the Cardiff University MAGMA Centre organised a combination of a virtual workshop in 2021 and an in person workshop in Cardiff in 2022.


  1. ^ Przegląd Elektrotechniczny 2007/4 (branża Elektronika, Energetyka, Elektrotechnika)
  2. ^ Przegląd Elektrotechniczny
  3. ^ "International Journal of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics".

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