With the financial support from Frontier Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Sciences (FRIS), Tohoku University, I had a good opportunity to share my research in 2018 IEEE International Magnetic Conference (INTERMAG 2018) held on 23-27 April, 2018, at Singapore. INTERMAG conference, first held in 1964 at USA, is premier conference on all aspects from fundamental physics to applied magnetism, including latest advances in magnetic recording, spintronics, energy and power technologies, bio-magnetism, and the emerging fields of Internet-of-Things and smart living, attracting the participants from all over the world every year.
The conference was held in Singapore this year, providing me a good chance to share and discuss with many scientists of relevant fields. I came to know the on-going cutting-edge research across the world. I also had the chance to give my poster on ‘Large enhancement of magneto-dielectric effect in Co–MgF2 nano–composites by small addition of Si’. Researchers, of course, asked a few questions on, e.g. how to further increase the magneto-dielectric response and gave me good advice and encouragement, which inspired me and would be beneficial for conducting future research. I learned a lot as well form oral speech and posters delivered by other participants, which widened my horizon. I also communicated and discussed with other researchers from university and institutes in China on relevant applied magnetism.
It is the first time for me to go to Singapore. People with diverse cultures and religions pay a visit to this garden city with amazing architectures and sightseeing places. During this trip, I also paid a visit to National University of Singapore, which has been ranked No.1 in Asia. I appreciate this good experience to learn worldwide research topics and prospects.
I acknowledged again the financial support from FRIS.
2018 IEEE International Magnetic Conference (INTERMAG 2018), Singapore