35th International Symposium on Superconductivity (ISS2022)

The conference aims to offer opportunies to learn about new advancements in the field of superconductivity and strengthen the relationship between academics and industry.

Selected Speakers

  • Paul C. W. Chu, University of Houston, USA
  • Rafael Fernandes, University of Minnesota, USA
  • Satoshi Awaji, Tohoku University, Japan
  • Susie Speller, University of Oxford, UK
  • Akira Fujimaki, Nagoya University, Japan
  • Rodney A. Badcock, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Topics

  • Physics and Chemistry
    Novel Materials, Materials chemistry, Fundamental physical properties (bulk, single crystal and thin film), Vortex physics, Theory
  • Wires and Bulk
    Advanced LTS or HTS wire and bulk, their materials processing of metals, oxides, and others, critical current and flux pinning property, radiation effects, mechanical strength, AC loss, electro-magnetic stability, mass-productivity, including their assembled conductor structures and superconducting joints
  • Electronic Devices
    Digital and mixed-signal circuits, Detectors and readout, SQUIDs, High-frequency devices, Quantum information technology, Novel devices, Materials and fabrication, System applications
  • Large Scale Applications
    Magnets (for accelerators and physics research; for fusion; for medical, biological, and analytical applications; others), Electrical power devices (power transmission cable; current limiter; transformer; SMES; others), Rotating machines, Magnetic levitation and propulsion, Novel large scale applications, associate components (flux pump; current lead and bus-bar; others), Magnet science and technology
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