Giovanni Finocchio

Department of Electronic Engineering, Industrial Chemistry and Engineering
University of Messina


Giancarlo Consolo

Department of Mathematics and Informatics
University of Messina





  • Abstract submission opens
    15 January 2013
  • Abstract submission closes
    19 February 2013
  • 1 March 2013
  • Accept / reject notices
    12 March 2013
  • Manuscript submission opens
    8 April 2013
  • Manuscript submission closes
    6 May 2013
  • 11 May 2013
  • Advance conference registration closes
    1 April 2013
  • 5 April 2013
  • Hotel reservation deadline
    1 April 2013



Scientific Program

Abstract book


HMM 2013

HMM 2013 will be a forum for presentation and discussion of the most recent advancements in the fields of hysteresis modeling, micromagnetics, and in the experimental fields where this kind of modeling is necessary. Scientists with different backgrounds (physicists, mathematicians, material scientists, engineers, etc) are welcome to exchange ideas, methods and results. The scientific program of this 3-day symposium will consist of invited and contributed talks and posters, organized in different thematic sessions.
Participants will also appreciate the symposium location, one of the most popular destination in Sicily. Taormina, in fact, offers beautiful beaches on the warm Ionian sea, a scenic view on the Etna volcano, an ancient Greek theatre, old churches, lively bars, fine restaurants, antique shops.



Taormina (Sicily)

As soon as you arrive in Taormina, you will feel the magical, mythical atmosphere spread all around which has enchanted visitors from all over the world for years and years. Settled on a hill of the Monte Tauro, Taormina dominates two grand, sweeping bays below and on the southern side, the top of Mount Etna, the European highest active volcano, often capped with snow, offering to the visitors a breathtaking, dramatic and memorable view over almost one hundred miles of Mediterranean sea. Taormina really seems to be born as a tourist resort since past times, when ancient people like the Sicels, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Saracens, Arabs, Normans and Spaniards chose it as their residential site thank to its favourable position, mild climate and magic atmosphere. continue...