See below for the list of exhibitors showcasing their material at Magnetism 2019. The floor plan can be viewed here.

attocube systems AG (stand 7)   Oxford Instruments Nanoscience (stand 10)
Durham Magneto Optics Ltd (stand 5)   Quantum Design UK and Ireland Ltd (stand 2)
Farnell element14 (stand 6)   Zurich Instruments AG (stand 1)
Mantis Deposition Ltd (stand 3)    


Zurich Instruments AG (stand 1)


Zurich Instruments is a test and measurement company based in Zurich, Switzerland, developing and selling measurement instruments and delivering customer support in key markets around the world, either directly or with carefully selected partners.
We are a growing, independent and founder-led company. Zurich Instruments makes cutting-edge instrumentation for scientists and technologists in advanced labs who are passionate about phenomena that are often notoriously difficult to measure.


Quantum Design UK and Ireland Ltd (stand 2)


Quantum Design UK and Ireland are one of the leading distributors of high-tech instrumentation and consumables for scientific, academic and industrial research.   Visit our stand to discuss our range of Physical Property Measurement Systems, Magnetometers and Optical Cryostats.


Mantis Deposition Ltd (stand 3) 


Mantis Deposition is a specialist instrumentation company developing high quality deposition components and systems used by researchers at the forefront of thin-film device technology development. Our products are designed for all cutting-edge materials research; including magnetics, optoelectronics, energy storage and renewables, catalysis and nanoelectronics incorporating OLED, semiconductor and even new graphene-type materials.

With over 130 deposition systems delivered globally to corporate research centres, national laboratories and universities we offer comprehensive technical support for all our customers.


Durham Magneto Optics Ltd (stand 5)


We specialise in advanced scientific instrumentation for nanotechnology research and development. Our product range includes a family of magneto-optical Kerr effect magnetometers (NanoMOKE3) and a family of direct-write laser lithography machines (MicroWriter ML).


Farnell element14 (stand 6) 


Your global partner that supports the technology community at every stage. From developing the dreams of students and makers to helping professional engineers develop their ideas and products, we build a community that benefits from our technology. Our solutions increase productivity and keep lines running developing our customers’ businesses.


attocube systems AG (stand 7)


attocube offers a broad portfolio of customizable liquid and dry research cryostats for diverse setups and conditions. Due to their low vibration characteristics, these cryostats are predestined to be combined with our microscopes, nanopositioners, cryogenic objectives and interferometric sensors, and thus offer the perfect conditions for multiple research tasks.


Oxford Instruments Nanoscience (stand 10) 


Oxford Instruments NanoScience designs, supplies and supports market-leading research tools that enable quantum technologies, new materials and device development in the physical sciences. Our tools support research down to the atomic scale through creation of high performance, cryogen free low temperature and magnetic environments, based upon our core technologies in low and ultra-low temperatures, high magnetic fields and system integration, with ever-increasing levels of experimental and measurement readiness. Oxford Instruments NanoScience is a part of the Oxford Instruments plc group.

Organised by the IOP Magnetism Group

Key dates

Abstract submission deadline:
11 January 2019

Magnetism 2020 deadline (expressions of interest):
11 January 2019

Exhibition early registration deadline:
18 January 2019

Early registration deadline:
11 March 2019

Registration deadline:
26 March 2019

Exhibition registration deadline: 
26 March 2019