Magnetic Resonance of

Correlated Electron Materials

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Updated schedule can be found here.


17.9.2023 Sunday 18:00
Welcome evening and registration at Intercity Hotel, Wiener Platz 8, with buffet and drinks.

18.09.2023 Monday 08:00-8:45
Registration at IFW Dresden, Helmholtzstraße 20. Please, say hello at the main entrance and that you want to join the MagRes2023 conference. The conference will take place in the lecture hall (Hörsaal, there will be signs where to go).
The conference starts at 8:45 with an opening, the first talk will start at 9:00.

The Wifi is called "MagRes2023" and works without password.

will be from 13:10 to 14:30 each day. One can go to the IFW restaurant on the ground floor, or to the "Alte Mensa" (canteen of the Technical University Dresden), which is just across the Helmholtzstraße. Or to any other restaurant nearby (there are  two Kebap-houses, Firat at Mommsenstraße and Dersim at Münchner Straße).

Poster sessions
The poster sessions on Tuesday and Thursday are organized as "Dinner & Science". There will be a free buffet and free drinks and discussions about science in the atrium in front of the lecture hall.

Wednesday afternoon
Wednesday afternoon there will be a city tour from 15:00-17:00 starting at Theaterplatz, Reiterdenkmal (equestrian monument).
Alternatively, there will be a talk given by Nick Curro at the Technical University, invited by Hans-Henning Klauss. The talk will start at 15:00 in the Recknagelbau, Haeckelstraße 3. Details will be announced.


Announcement and Call for Participation

The international workshop “Magnetic Resonance of Correlated Electron Materials" will take place on 17-22 September 2023, in Dresden, Germany. The workshop is inspired by two very successful conferences held in Trogir, Croatia, in 2010 and 2011, and a similar workshop organized by Jürgen Haase in Dresden in 2005. These workshops brought together experts and young scientists interested in the local properties of correlated electron materials, investigated by NMR and other magnetic resonance techniques.

The workshop in Dresden is part of the Alexander von Humboldt research group linkage program between Germany and Croatia, and it is kindly supported by the host institute, the IFW Dresden, where the workshop will take place.

The focus of the work shop is on the abilities of magnetic resonance techniques to provide insight into outstanding physical problems of correlated electron materials. It will cover topical results on: superconductors and nematic materials, topological insulators and Weyl semimetals, quantum magnets, molecular magnets and spin liquids, as well as advances in magnetic resonance techniques, such as NV sensing, uniaxial strain, beta-NMR, muSR, ESR, and of course NMR.

The target audience is both experimental and theoretical researchers, as well as PhD students specializing in the field. The workshop is open to exploring relations between NMR and other methods, as well as to introduce physical problems to which NMR investigations may contribute.

This website will be continuously updated and will provide you with all necessary information.

If you have questions, send an email to magres2023(at)

confirmed speakers will be marked with an asterix

Marc-Henry Julien, LNCMI Grenoble *

Yuji Furukawa, Iowa State University *

Stuart Brown, University of California, LA *

Kenji Ishida, Kyoto University *

Hubertus Luetkens, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen *

Yo Tokunaga, Advanced Science Research Center, Ibaraki *

Guo-qing Zheng, Okayama University and Chinese Acad. of Sci. *

Tao Wu, University of Sci. and Tech. of China, Hefei *

Hiroshi Yasuoka, Max Planck Institut, CPfS, Dresden *

Damjan Pelc, University of Zagreb *

Igor Vinograd, Universität Göttingen *

Edwin Kermarrec, Université Paris-Saclay *

Stephen Blundell, University of Oxford *

Martin Klanjšek, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana *

Kirill Povarov, ETH Zürich, now HZDR Dresden *

Andrej Zorko, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana *

Giuseppe Allodi, Università di Parma *

Vesna Mitrovic, Brown University, Providence *

Masashi Takigawa, Toyota Physical & Chemical Research Institute Nagoya *

Takashi Imai, McMaster University, Hamilton *

Jean-Francois Roch, Université Paris-Saclay *

Serwan Asaad, Quantum Machines, Copenhagen *

Andrew Mac Farlane, University of British Columbia, Vancouver *

Andreas Suter, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen *

Alexey Alfonsov, IFW Dresden *

The workshop is organized by:

Miroslav Pozek (Zagreb)

Mihael Grbic (Zagreb)

Hans-Joachim Grafe (Dresden).

The members of the program committee are:

Nicholas Curro (Davis, California)

Pietro Carretta (Pavia)

Philippe Mendels (Paris)

Denis Arcon (Ljubiljana)

Mladen Horvatic (Grenoble)

If you want to compensate your CO2 emissions, you can donate for trees in the Dresden city area.
You can donate directly on the webpage or ask me and I will help you.