Meetings is delighted to announce
and cordially invites all the participants across the globe to attend “Global
Summit and Expo on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials” GSEMMM2024 which
will be taking place during June 17-19, 2024 at Porto,
Portugal. The conference is designed with the theme “Addressing New
Challenges and Emerging Issues in Magnetism and Magnetic Materials”.
Scientific Tracks designed for this conference will enable the attendees and
participants to learn extremes.
GSEMMM2024 aims to gather the renowned scientists, young and
brilliant researchers, academicians, healthcare professionals, business
delegates, and exceptional student communities across the globe under one roof
and organize a healthy discussion so that the researchers and authors can
present their work at the conference. GSEMMM2024 objective is
to provide a comprehensive global forum for experts and participants from
academia to exchange ideas and present results of ongoing research in the most
state-of-the-art areas of Magnetism, Spintronics and Magnetic Materials and
allied topics. It will be hosting a forum of plenary, keynote, Invited lectures
and oral/ poster presentations.
We accept this gathering will be
an exceptionally remunerating instructive and collaborative occasion for the
We look forward to your valuable
presence at GSEMMM2024 in Porto, Portugal.
Actuators and Magnetic Drives
Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Materials
Applications of Magnetism
Correlation Effects in Mesoscopic Systems
Crystal Field and Anisotropy
Current Induced Magnetization Reversal
Ferrites, Garnets and Microwave Materials
Ferromagnetic Shape-Memory Materials
Films, Multilayers and Superlattices
Frustrated Magnets and Spin Liquids
Itinerant Electron Magnetism
Low Dimensional Conductors
Low Dimensional Quantum Magnets
Magnetic Separation and Levitation
Magnetic Structure and Dynamics
Magnetic Structure and Spin Waves
Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
Magnetism in Medicine
Magneto-Elastic and Magnetostrictive Materials
Modeling and Simulations
Nanostructures, Surfaces and Interfaces
Nanowires and Quantum Dots
Organic and Organo-Metallic Materials
Quantum and Classical Spin Systems
Quantum Phase Transitions
Rare-Earth and Actinide Magnetism
Soft and Hard Magnetic Materials
Solitons and Non-Linear Effects
Spin Dynamics, Patterned Films
Spin Electronics and Magneto-Transport
Spin Hall Effect
Spin Injection and Accumulation
MAGNETIC MATERIALS MARKET SIZE & SHARE ANALYSIS - GROWTH
TRENDS & FORECASTS (2023 - 2028)
The Magnetic Materials Market is segmented by Type (Hard
Magnetic Materials, Soft Magnetic Materials, Semi-Hard Magnetic Materials),
End-User Industry (Automotive, Electronics, Power Generation, Industrial, and
Other End-user Industries) and Geography (Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe,
South America, and Middle-East and Africa)
Magnetic Materials Market Analysis :
The market for magnetic materials is expected to grow at a CAGR
of approximately 7% globally during the forecast period.
The rising usage of electronics around the globe and the growing
need for electricity and power conversion are driving the market growth.
The high cost of rare earth materials and mining regulations are
expected to hinder the market growth.
Magnetic Materials Market Trends
This section covers the major market trends shaping the Magnetic
Materials Market according to our research experts:
Growing Demand from Power Generation Sector
Magnetic Materials have been increasingly used in the power
generation sector. These materials are used in motors to generate power and
transmission of electricity. Magnetic materials majorly finds their application
in equipment such as motors, generators, transformers, actuators, amongst
Electric machines are made of hard magnetic materials and are
used for one basic function, which is to provide magnetic flux. Hard magnetic
materials have high coercivity in order to resist demagnetization from the
electric circuit and thermal demagnetization under high operating temperatures.
Generators are majorly used in power generation plants to
produce electricity. Magnetic materials in generators use electromagnetism
mechanism and convert energy from mechanical to electrical energy.
According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), Asia-Pacific
has become the largest producer and consumer of electricity in recent years due
to increase in population and industries in this region.
Rising usage of electricity, growing population, and
technological advancements in developing regions are driving the demand for
power generators, which in turn is expected to drive the market for magnetic
materials through the years to come.
Asia Pacific Region to Dominate the Market
The Asia-Pacific region is expected to dominate the global
market owing to the highly developed power generation sector in China and
India, coupled with the continuous investments done in the region to advance
the electronics and automotive sector through the years.
Moreover, the growing environmental issues in the Asia-Pacific
region have increased government regulations on combustion engine vehicles.
This has increased the need for electric vehicles in the region, in turn
supporting the consumption of magnetic materials in various applications.
According to the EV volumes, even though China witnessed a steep
decline in sales of electric vehicles, China has the largest consumption share
globally in electric vehicles currently.
According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA),
governments are majorly investing in solar energy sources and it has the
largest share compared to other renewable sources in Asia-Pacific.
Conversion technologies for wind and solar also require magnetic
converters to convert solar or wind energy into electrical energy. Continuous
growth in renewable energy sectors in Asia-Pacific is expected to drive the
market for magnetic materials through the years to come.
Magnetic Materials Industry Overview
The global magnetic materials market is partially consolidated
in nature with a few major players dominating a significant portion of the
market. Some of the major companies are Hitachi Metals Co. Ltd, Daido Steel,
Arnold Magnetic Technologies, Lynas Corporation, and Shin-Etsu Chemical, amongst