News

Superconductivity: Upcoming Events

International Conference on Superconductivity and Magnetism – ICSM 2012

29 April - 4 May 2012, Artemis Marin Princess Hotel, Kumburgaz-Istanbul, Turkey 

ICSM is expected to attract around a thousand participants from all over the world to discuss the recent developments in superconductivity, magnetism, magnetic materials, functional materials and related technologies. ICSM2012 will provide a platform, where solid state physicists, chemists and material scientists, engineers and other professionals meet together for mutual benefits and collaboration. Ten plenary speakers will present their latest research findings along with 165 invited speakers. The program will also include contributing talks of around 145 and 3 poster sessions with about 500 presentations of the latest research findings of the participants.

http://www.icsm2012.org/.

International Cryogenic Engineering Conference 24-International Cryogenic Materials Conference 2012 (ICEC 24 - ICMC 2012)

May 14-18, 2012, Fukuoka, Japan

The purpose of ICEC 24 - ICMC 2012 is to bring together everyone from universities and industries, to stimulate the fruitful exchange of information and ideas in cryogenic engineering, to outline actual trends and to discuss present and future developments.
SCOPE

  • Instrumentation and Process Control
  • Thermophysical Properties
  • Heat Transfer and Thermal Properties of Fluid
  • Magnetic Cooling and Space Cryogenics
  • New Devices and Novel Concepts
  • Cryocoolers
  • Large Scale Refrigeration, Liquefaction
  • Magnet Technology
  • Fusion
  • Accelerators
  • Superconductor Applications
  • Low-Temperature Superconductors
  • Coated Conductors and Thin Films
  • HTS Bulk, BSCCO and MgB2

http://icec24-icmc2012.org.

International Superconductivity Industry Summit (ISIS-21)
4-6 October 2012, Portland, OR, USA

http://www.conectus.org/newslinks.html.

Applied Superconductivity Conference, ASC 2012
7-12 October 2012, Portland, OR, USA

ASC 2012 will be a five day conference bringing together leaders in the commercial, military, research, university, and industrial communities from around the world to discuss progress and challenges in the field of applied superconductivity. There will be several plenary sessions focused on what we might expect to see in the next century of superconductivity in science and applications, exhibitors from major superconducting and cryogenic companies, as well as daily technical discussions from an anticipated 1400 attendees from 70 countries.

http://www.ascinc.org.