2024 International Conference

on Microwave Magnetics

ICMM 2024 Conference

The international conference on microwave magnetics 2024 will take place on June 16 - 19, 2024 at Oakland University in Rochester Michigan. The conference will cover new developments in all areas of fundamental and applied microwave magnetics. 

Technical Areas

Important Dates

December 1, 2023 Abstract submission opens  

Feb 15, 2024 Deadline for abstract submission

March 1, 2024 Registration opens

March 15, 2024 Author notification

May 1, 2024 End of early bird registration

June 16, 2024 Conference begins


The conference will be held at Oakland University. Details about the venue will be provided in the future.


This conference will feature oral, poster, and virtual presentations. Details about the presentation will be provided in the future.


The program will be announced here, when it is available.


Oakland University to Host International Conference on Microwave Magnetics

ROCHESTER, MI, October 16, 2022 – It was announced today that Oakland University has won its bid to host the next International Conference on Microwave Magnetics (ICMM). The conference will take place in June 2024. The international advising committee for ICMM made the announcement following more than a week of deliberation.

Historically, ICMM focuses on new developments in all branches of fundamental and applied microwave magnetics. This will be the eighth ICMM. Previously, ICMM was hosted in Fort Collins (USA, 2008), Boston (USA, 2010), Kaiserslautern (Germany, 2012), Sendai (Japan, 2014), Tuscaloosa (USA, 2016) and Exeter (UK, 2018) and Beijing (China, 2022).

The ICMM 2024 conference chair will be Dr. Vasyl Tyberkevych, Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics at Oakland University. “We are proud that OU will be able to host such a prestigious conference,” Dr. Tyberkevych stated. “This scientific conference will include a wide range of material in our field, including both the latest scientific discoveries in our field and the development of useful technology. Oakland University will provide an excellent venue for this meeting.”

The conference co-chair, Dr. Steven Louis, Special Instructor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Oakland University, agreed. “Southeastern Michigan is home to a variety of high-tech industrial research, in not only the auto industry, but also pharmaceuticals, defense, software development, and more. As a region that has deep international connections through these industries to many places worldwide, visiting scholars should feel right at home during this conference.”

Oakland University is an R2 Doctoral University with about 20,000 students, of which around 15% are graduate students.  It awards over 250 undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degrees, and is located in Oakland county, Michigan. Oakland county is home to 1.5 million residents, with a median income of $86,000, making it one of the top 25 wealthiest counties in the United States. It is located about 45 minutes from downtown Detroit, a bustling metro area with a population of about 4.5 million.

The conference chairs will commence forming a local organizing committee, and hope to announce dates and other details about the conference in the near future.


AI generated paragraph with key words, updated 5/2023:

Welcome to our ICMM conference on magnetization dynamics and spintronics! Join us for an exciting exploration of topics such as magnetization relaxation, spin waves, and magnetic nonlinear phenomena. We will delve into the fascinating fields of magnonics, spin-orbit coupling, and spin transfer. Discover the latest advancements in high-frequency magnetic materials and their applications in RF devices, microwave devices, and millimeter wave devices. Learn about the cutting-edge developments in high-frequency metamaterials and their role in spin-torque oscillators, spin-torque detectors, and spintronic devices. Explore the realm of RF integrated devices, microwave integrated devices, and millimeter wave integrated devices. Immerse yourself in the captivating studies of Bose-Einstein condensate of magnons (mBEC), Brillouin light scattering (BLS), and X-ray magnetic dichroism. Delve into the intriguing properties of Yttrium Iron Garnet and Gadolinium Gallium Garnet (GGG). Uncover the secrets of ferromagnetic resonance (FMR), nonlinear ferromagnetic resonance, and antiferromagnetic resonance (AFMR). Gain insights into magnetic tunnel junctions (MTJ) and antiferromagnetic tunnel junctions (AMTJ). Explore emerging fields like reservoir computing and computational magnetism. Marvel at the wonders of spin ice, spin glass, spin caloritronics, orbitronics, skyrmionics, and magnetic vortices. Delve into the fascinating realms of nonhomogeneous magnetic states, hopfions, solitons, and spin-wave packets.