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World Renowned Speakers

Plenary Speakers

Bartek Glowacki

University of Cambridge, UK

Hydrogen as a fuel and as a coolant - from the superconductivity perspective

Ernst Wolfgang Stautner

General Electric, USA

Recent Advances in Cryogenics from Materials to Applications

Eugenio Coronado

University of Valencia, Spain

Molecular Magnetism in Spintronics

Herman Ten Kate

CERN, Switzerland

ReBCO-CORC High Current Conductors and Coil Technology Development at CERN

Ivan Bozovic

Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA

On the road to room-temperature superconductivity: the lessons learned from cuprates

Jean Marc Greneche

CNRS, France

Structural and magnetic properties of magnetic nanoparticles

Joe D. Thompson

Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

Opportunities in Heavy-Fermion Superconductivity

Jun-ichi Shimoyama

Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan

Recent Progresses in Superconducting Joint Technologies Connecting HTS Materials

Nobuyuki Yoshikawa

Yokohama National University, Japan

Overview- Superconducting Computing

Roland Wiesendanger

University of Hamburg, Germany

Topological Superconductivity and Majorana States in 1D and 2D Model Systems

Valerii Vinokur

Argonne National Laboratory, USA

Superconductor-Insulator Transition: Quarks, Superconductivity and Superinsulation

Yanwei Ma

Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Development, processing and manufacture of superconducting materials in China

Half Plenary Speakers

Emre Erdem

Sabanci University, Turkey

Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) studies on combined Metal/ Metal oxide and C-doped MgB2 superconductor materials

Ivan Troyan

Institute for Crystallography RAS, Russia

Experimental Studies of Superconducting Hydrides at Mb-Pressures

Jaume Veciana


Charge transport through redox and magnetically active molecules

Kazumasa Iida

Nagoya University, Japan

Fe-based superconducting thin films for evaluating the application potential