If you weren’t able to attend last month’s First Order Reversal Curve (FORC) Workshop at the University of Minnesota but would still like to learn more about the FORC technique, organizers have uploaded videos of the workshop talks to the university’s digital conservancy website.
Included are videos of:
- “The FORC Diagram Method and the Preisach Model: Challenges in the Quantitative Interpretation of Experimental FORC Distributions” by Dr. Alexandru Stancu of Cuza University
- “The Philosophy of FORCs: What to Do, How to Do It, and Why” by Dr. Richard Harrison of Cambridge University
- “FORC Studies of Magnetic Nanostructures” by Dr. Kai Liu of the University of California Davis
- “Investigation of Interactions and Magnetization Reversal in Nanostructured Materials Using the FORC Method” and “Optimizing the Acquisition of FORC Data” by Dr. Leonard Spinu of the University of New Orleans
- “Theories of the FORC Method” by Dr. Gergely Zimanyi of the University of California Davis
Videos of the presentations by Dr. Josh Feinberg of the University of Minnesota and Dr. Victorio Franco of the University of Seville will be added to the site later.