Invited Talks

SRF Cavities

  1. Overview - Materials Requirements For Superconducting RF Cavities:  Anne-Marie Valente-Feliciano (Jefferson Lab)
  2. Applying material science of pinning in high Jc materials to SRF materials:  Lance Cooley (The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee)
  3. Theoretical understanding of pinning in SRF cavities:  Alex Gurevich (Old Dominion University)
  4. Materials fabrication in SRF cavities: beyond niobium:  Sergio Calatroni (CERN)

Electronics

  1. Integrated superconducting circuits for THz imaging spectroscopy:  Jochem Baselmans (SRON)
  2. Bi based topological Josephson junctions:  Alexander Brinkman (University of Twente)
  3. Multilayer coaxial superconducting circuits with integrated 3D wiring:  Peter Leek (University of Oxford)
  4. YBCO nanowires for fundamental studies and single photon detector application:  Floriana Lombardi Chalmers (University of Technology)
  5. Integration of SFQ circuits with Sensors and Qubits:  Oleg Mukhanov (HYPRES, Inc.)
  6. Fast thermometry and ultrasensitive calorimetry for microwave photons: Jukka Pekola (Aalto University)
  7. Coherent Semiconductor-Based Superconducting Quantum Circuits:  Karl Petersson (University of Copenhagen)
  8. Transition-Edge Sensor Development at NIST: Joel Ullom (University of Colorado Boulder)
  9. Recent progress of adiabatic-quantum-flux-parametron circuit technologies:  Nobuyuki Yoshikawa (Yokohama National University)
  10. NanoSQUID-on-tip thermal imaging: glimpse into dissipation in quantum systems: Eli Zeldov (Weizmann Institute of Science)

Large Scale

  1. Applied Superconductivity for Medical Accelerators:   Arno Godeke (Varian Medical Systems Particle Therapy GmbH)
  2. The Route to the Use of Nb3Sn in ITER: Overcoming Failures and Successes:  Neil Mitchell (ITER)
  3. Superconductivity and High Magnetic Field Facilities: Charles Simon (LNCMI-ESRF)
  4. Recent progress on CORC® cable, wire and magnet development: Danko van der Laan (Advanced Conductor Technologies LLC)
  5. High Magnetic Field NMR Superconducting Magnet Technology:  Qiuliang Wang (Chinese Academy of Sciences (IEECAS))

Materials

  1. Ten years of Fe-based Superconductors: are they living up to early expectations?: Valeria Braccini (CNR-SPIN)
  2. YBa2Cu3O7-x film with Ba2Y(Nb,Ta)O6 nanoinclusions for high field applications:  Giuseppe Celentano (ENEA - Frascati Research Centre)
  3. Neutron irradiation: introduced defects and effects on various superconductors:  Michael Eisterer (TU Wien)
  4. A Hybrid Trapped Field Magnet Lens (HTFML): concept and realization:  Hiroyuki Fujishiro (Iwate University)
  5. Jc in Fe-based superconducting films: dimensionality, anisotropy, microstructure:  Jens Hänisch (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
  6. Wide range studies of Jc(H,T,angle) in Bi-2212 and REBCO coated conductors:  David Larbalestier (The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee)
  7. Recent progress of iron-based wire development for high-field applications:  Yanwei Ma  (Chinese Academy of Sciences (IEECAS))
  8. Nanoengineered high temperature superconducting films with novel functionalities:  Anna Palau (Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC))
  9. Can we reach fast growth methods for Coated Conductors at competitive cost?:  Teresa Puig (Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC))
  10. Progress in development of high-performance REBCO tapes and wires:  Venkat Selvamanickam (University of Houston)
  11. The Magnetization of HTS cables for Particle Accelerator Applications:  Mike Sumption (The Ohio State University)
  12. Recent advances in high field performance of Nb3Sn conductors:  Chiara Tarantini (The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee)

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