Applied Superconductivity Conference 2012 marks the beginning of the second century of superconductivity.
What might we expect to see in the next one hundred years? Some changes we might anticipate include: Improvements to existing applications, such as low-cost MRI that would bring the technology to a large part of the world and open the door to screening for serious medical conditions, other medical applications such as magnetic cardio-imaging machines and magnetoencephalography, high-speed switches and wireless receivers for improved data handling and increased capacity, routine use of superconducting power cables and fault current limiters and a revolution in transportation using superconducting motors. The discovery of new materials appears to be never-ending.
At Applied Superconductivity Conference (ASC) 2012
there will be several plenary sessions focussing 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 1500 attendees from 70 countries.
Applied Superconductivity Conference (ASC) 2012 will be held on October 7-12, 2012.
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