One of the most prominent conferences in the field of science was hosted by Dubai Future Foundation in cooperation with Oxford University in early August. Held every two years, ‘Magnonics 2017’ took place at Magdalen College, Oxford and attracted over 130 scientists and experts in the field of advanced physics from more than 20 countries.
The conference consisted of over 40 specialised lectures and covered the latest and most promising developments in the field of physics aiming to strengthen the next generation of IT solutions and provide fast, efficient and cost-effective computer operating systems.
His Excellency Abdulla bin Touq, Acting CEO of Dubai Future Foundation, said: “The conference served as an ideal platform for promoting scientific exchange, building partnerships and promoting bridges of cooperation to explore the future. We work closely with our strategic partners to build capacity and skills, and to provide world-class platforms that facilitate scientific exchange and access to developments in several areas such as future studies, 3D technology, and modern physics.”