A special evening session will be organized on Tuesday September 20th on cryogenic cooling of superconducting devices. The aim is to discuss the challenges posed to cryocooling by superconductor applications, small-scale as well as large scale.
The session will start at 20.00, the location is Yangtze 1.
We will have 6 presentations of 15 minutes and will close with an informal get-together at around 21:30.
Conference participants who are interested to attend this session are requested to send an e-mail to
A special evening session will be organized on Tuesday September 20th on Medical Applications of Superconductivity.
The session will start at 20.00, location is Yangtze 2.
|20:00 -||20:05||Introduction and background to the evening session|
|20:05 -||20:50||Brief overview talks (chair Braginski):|
|20:05||"Diagnostics and Immunoassays" K. Enpuku|
|20:20||"ULFMRI development" J. Clarke|
|20:35||"MRI and next generation technologies" Carl Rosner|
|20:50 -||21:30||Short 5 min presentations (chair Clarke):|
|20:50||"MEG in research and clinics" S. Della Penna|
|20:55||"Recent Magnetocardiography in Japan" Akihiko Kandori|
|21:00||"Is there a killer application for cardiac Magnetic Field Imaging?" Sergio-Nicola Erne|
|21:05||"MEG and ULFMRI" P. Magnelind|
|21:10||"SQUID sensors for combined MEG and ULFMRI System" J. Hassel|
|21:15||"Multichannel SQUID system for combined MEG and ULFMRI" J. Nieminen|
|21:20||"Direct neuronal current detection by SQUID based low field NMR: a feasibility study in a phantom" M. Burghoff|
|21:25||"Low field MRI with magnetoresistive-based sensor" M. Pannetier-Lecoeur|
|21:30 -||21:40||Panel startup (moderator Weinstock):|
"Experiences in bringing superconducting medical technology into real life - lessons learned from commercialization" Erne and Rosner
|21:40 -||22:10||Panel discussion (moderator Winkler)|
A. Braginski, J. Clarke, H. Weinstock, K. Enpuku...
A special evening session will be organized on Thursday Sept. 22 on commercialization of superconductivity. The aim is to highlight some of the history in superconductivity's often challenging and unexpected paths to commercialization.
The session will start at 20:00, in Yangtze 1. David Larbalestier (Florida State University) will chair the session.
We will have four presentations of 20 minutes each (with an additional 5 minutes of questions) and will close with an informal get-together at around 21:45.