September 22 - 27, 2019

International Conference on Magnet Technology

 

The MT conference series is the most important international forum addressing all aspects of magnet research, development, construction, testing, and operation. The focus lies in superconducting technology, but resistive magnets are also covered. We expect around 1000 of the top scientists and engineers involved in research and development of the magnets throughout the World.

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Welcome

It is my pleasure to invite you to the 2019 Magnet Technology Conference MT26. The MT conference series is the most important international forum addressing all aspects of magnet research, development, construction, testing, and operation. The focus lies in superconducting technology, but resistive magnets are also covered. We expect an attendance of around 1000 of the top scientists and engineers involved in research and development of magnets throughout the world.

Vancouver will be host city for the Magnet Technology Conference MT26 in 2019. TRIUMF, Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics, will be the host organization. The tradition of past MTs will be continued in a convenient downtown location: just 25 minutes from the airport YVR by public transport, all accommodations, restaurants and attractions in downtown are in walking distance.

Peer-reviewed papers submitted by conference attendees will be published in a special issue of the IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity (TAS).

We are looking forward to a diverse and exciting conference program and invite you to come numerously.

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Ruediger Picker, Conference Chair

Weather

Temperatures for September

September average temperature 14.4°C 58°F
September high 19°C 65°F
September low 11°C 51°F

 

 

Fall (September - December)

Temperatures in Vancouver get cooler in the fall, but the changing colour of the leaves make it a spectacular time to visit.

 

September can be the start of the rainy season so we recommend attendees to bring raincoats and umbrellas.

Electric Current

Electric current is 110 Volt

electric plug
Wall socket and plug: Image shows a classic plug with two flat parallel prongs and one with a grounding pin.

Tipping and Currency Conversion

Tipping culture: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g153339-s606/Canada:Tipping.And.Etiquette.html

Currency converter: https://www.bankofcanada.ca/rates/exchange/currency-converter/

 

 

Important Dates

Early December, 2018

Abstract Submission Opens

Mid December, 2018

Exhibit Registration Opens

February 25, 2019

Abstract Submission Deadline

March 30 – 31, 2019

Program Committee Meeting

April 29, 2019

Abstract Acceptance Notification

May 9, 2019

Conference Registration Opens

May 9, 2019

Hotel Reservation Opens

May 15, 2019

Exhibit Applications Due

May 22, 2019

Exhibit Booth Assignment Announcement

June 5, 2019

Financial Support Applications Due

July 24, 2019

Early Registration Fee Deadline

August 21, 2019

Hotel Reservation Deadline

August 23, 2019

Registration Cancellation Deadline

September 22 – 27, 2019

Conference

September 24, 2019

Manuscript Submission Deadline

Venue

MT26 will take place at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Downtown Vancouver

 

Located in the heart of downtown, the Hyatt Regency Vancouver is the perfect location to stay for both business and leisure travelers. Guests will enjoy easy access to exciting attractions, like the unique shops of Robson Street and Stanley Park. From the moment you arrive at our downtown Vancouver hotel, you will feel right at home. Welcome to the Hyatt Regency Vancouver!

 

 

Information about Vancouver - click here!

 

 

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Hyatt Regency Hotel Vancouver

 

Travel / Hotel

About Vancouver

The city of Vancouver is located on the mainland of North America, in the southwest corner of British Columbia, which is the westernmost of Canada's ten provinces. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Coastal range mountains, providing plenty outdoor activities, winter and summer. It is being said Vancouver is the only major city where you can go skiing and take a dip in the ocean on the very same day (without freezing too much). Having hosted the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, it offers rich cultural diversity, spectacular scenery, world-class meeting facilities and a wealth of amenities. Conference venues, accommodation, restaurants, theatres, and recreational opportunities are readily available in this beautiful Pacific Coast location. Vancouver has all of the services necessary to accommodate every need and ensure that MT26 is a success. The city has an international reputation of being a great place to host conferences.

 

Travel documents and visas

eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization) is a new entry requirement -- now in effect.

What you need to know to come to Canada: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/tourist.asp

 

 

Do I need a visa or eTA to come to Canada?

To find out for sure, check here:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp

 

To request an invitation letter to attach to your Visitor's Visa application please send your request by email to mt@centennialconferences.com

 

 

HOTEL

 

MT26 has negotiated a discounted hotel rate with the Hyatt Regency Vancouver for MT26 Attendees. Hotel rooms are limited and reservations are taken on a first-come, first-served space available basis.

Hyatt Regency Vancouver
655 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC, V6C 2R7, Canada
ReservationsWebsiteMap 

 

Conference Group Rate
CAD $289 per night plus 17.5% taxes/fees for a room with either 2 double beds or 1 king size bed.

 

Reservation Procedure
To make a reservation, click here.  To make a reservation over the phone, call 800-233-1234 and reference “MT26 – Magnet Technology September 22-27, 2019”.

Reservation Deadline
Make your reservation by August 21, 2019 to guarantee the MT26 special conference rate.

 

Deposit
The hotel will require one-night room and tax/fees as a deposit in advance to guarantee a reservation.

 

Cancellations/Changes/Refunds
Should a guest cancel a reservation, the hotel will charge the guest for a 1-night stay plus taxes/fees if cancelled within 72 hours of arrival day.  Please contact the hotel directly to make changes or to cancel your reservation.

 

Questions or Special Requests
For questions or special requests, please contact the hotel directly.

 

Note: There are many large events (Elton John concert) occurring in Vancouver during the same week as MT26. Hotel rooms in Vancouver are limited during this time and you are encouraged to book your room as soon as possible.

Hyatt Regrncy Vancouver

Registration

 

Early Registration Fees are available until 5:00 p.m., PDT, Wednesday, July 24, 2019.
Online conference registration closes at 5:00 p.m., PDT, Friday, September 13, 2019.
Onsite registration is available and opens on Sunday, September 22, 2019.

 

Full Conference Registrations Early Fee (through July 24, 2019) Regular Fee (July 25-September 13, 2019) Onsite Fee (as of September 22, 2019)
IEEE Member $1,260 CAD $1,480 CAD $1,620 CAD
Non-Member $1,380 CAD $1,620 CAD $1,760 CAD
IEEE Student Member $750 CAD $790 CAD $840 CAD
Non-Member Student $790 CAD $840 CAD $920 CAD
Retiree $820 CAD $820 CAD $900 CAD

The Full Conference Registration Fees include:

  • Access to all Sessions of the Technical Program
  • Access to the Exhibit Area
  • Admission to the Welcome Reception
  • Admission to the Exhibitor Reception
  • Admission to the Banquet Dinner
  • Access to Coffee Breaks
  • One (1) copy of the MT26 Conference Transactions in digital format
Day Passes – includes admission to all oral & poster sessions, exhibits and coffee breaks on the selected day only Fee
Technical Sessions One-Day Passes – Limited to One (1) Day Only* $480 CAD
Technical Sessions Two-Day Passes* $900 CAD
*Day(s) to attend must be selected in advance during the registration process.  

 

Additional Tickets Early Fee (through July 24, 2019) Regular Fee (July 25-September 13, 2019) Onsite Fee (as of September 22, 2019)
For detailed information about Social Events and the TRIUMF Tour, scroll further down on this page.
Companion Package (includes tickets to Welcome Reception, Exhibitor Reception and Banquet) $200 CAD $265 CAD $320 CAD
Welcome Reception $75 CAD $95 CAD $100 CAD
Exhibitor Reception $65 CAD $95 CAD $100 CAD
Banquet Dinner $90 CAD $115 CAD $120 CAD
TRIUMF Tour $25 CAD $25 CAD $25 CAD
 
Additional Manuscript Pages and Papers Fee
Additional Manuscript Pages $150 CAD
Additional Manuscript Papers $600 CAD

 

Payment Information
All payments must be made in Canadian dollars. Acceptable forms of payment are:

  • Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover)
  • Check (must be drawn on a Canadian Bank in Canadian dollars, made payable to “IEEE 2019 Magnet Technology Meeting”, and sent to Francis Pau, MT26 Treasurer, TRIUMF, 4004 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 2A3)
  • Wire or ACH Transfer: Please contact Centennial Conferences

 
To qualify for the early registration fee, your payment – not your payment commitment – must be received by 5:00 p.m. PDT on July 24, 2019.

 

Registration Changes
To make a change to a conference registration, return to the conference registration website, Cvent, enter in your email address and confirmation number and make the necessary changes. All changes after the registration cut-off (September 13) need to be made in writing and emailed to Centennial Conferences.

 

Cancellation Requests
For cancellations, pre-paid registration fees are refundable less a $165 CAD processing fee if notification of cancellation is received in writing by Centennial Conferences by 5:00 p.m. PDT on August 23, 2019.  Cancellations after August 23, 2019 will result in forfeiture of the entire registration fee; however, a substitute registrant will be accepted.

 

Registration Cut-Off
After September 13, please register onsite. Online conference registration will be closed at 11:59 p.m., PDT, on September 13, 2019.

 

Registration Questions

Centennial Conferences
908 Main Street, Suite 350
Louisville, CO 80027, USA
Phone: [001] 303-499-2299
Fax: [001] 303-499-2599
Email: mt@centennialconferences.com

 

Social Events and Tours

 

Welcome Reception

Date: Sunday, September 22, 2019
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Location: Hyatt Regency Vancouver Downtown
                                                                       

 

Exhibitor Reception 

Date: Monday, September 23, 2019
Time: 6:15 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.
Location: Hyatt Regency Vancouver Downtown

 

Banquet

Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Location: Fairmont Hotel Downtown

 

TRIUMF Tour

MT26 is organizing a tour of TRIUMF following the conference on Friday, September 27.  TRIUMF is home to the world’s largest cyclotron particle accelerator and a system of high-energy rare isotope beams that enable a diversity of efforts in nuclear and particle physics, accelerator science, life science research and more!  Tour participants get first-hand experience with many of TRIUMF’s experiments and facilities as we follow the path of the proton from its origin bound in a hydration atom to its destination in targets and detectors.

 

The tour will last 60 minutes, with time for Q&A and photography throughout.  The tour fee is $25 CAD, and includes bus transportation between the Hyatt Regency Vancouver Downtown and TRIUMF.  Please select this option when you register for the conference online if you are planning to attend.  Sign-ups at the conference will be made on a first-come, first-served basis based on availability until 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 26, 2019.


Program

The MT26 Conference is the international forum addressing all aspects of magnet research, development, construction, testing, and operation. MT26 is a 5 days conference starting on Sunday evening with a Welcome Reception, 5 days with presentations, 3 days with exhibits, and ending on the Friday afternoon with a TRIUMF lab tour.

 

Sessions start at 8:00 AM each morning and finish around 6:30 PM except for Friday. The program includes 7 plenary sessions highlighting catching topics of general interest as well as poster and oral sessions. An Exhibitor Reception will be held Monday evening and the Banquet will be held Wednesday evening. Friday will end with a tour to visit the TRIUMF laboratory.

 

In parallel, Monday through Wednesday, there is a technical exhibition with up to 32 companies expected to present their activities and products in the field of superconductors, superconducting and resistive magnets, materials and tools for magnet construction, as well as associated technologies for vacuum, cryogenics, powering, measurements, controls and much more.

 

All authors must submit their presentations to the conference timetable in Indico. This will allow for fast and optimum dissemination of authors’ results but at the same time providing attendees direct and immediate access to all material presented at the Conference. The detailed technical program with access to abstracts will be made available by the end of May.

 

The MT26 manuscripts are published in the IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity (June 2020). Submitted manuscripts will be subject to the usual peer review procedures of the Transactions.

 

To view the MT26 Summary Schedule in PDF format, please click on the image below.

Schedule

Plenaries

(1) Monday, September 23, 2019; 8:05 AM – 8:50 AM

 

Herman ten Kate (University of Twente, CERN)
Topic: “Conductor Needs for Magnet Technology”

 

(2) Tuesday, September 24, 2019; 8:00 AM – 8:45 AM

 

Helene Felice (Université Paris-Saclay)
Topic: “Advances in Superconducting Accelerator Magnets”

 

(3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) Wednesday, September 25, 2019; 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM

 

Alexandro Bonito-Oliva (F4E) – 8:00 AM – 8:45 AM
Topic: “Towards Completion and Delivery of the First EU ITER Magnets”

 

Young Scientist Plenary Session – 8:45 AM – 9:30 AM

    Yusuke Sogabe (Kyoto University)
    Franco Giulio Mangiarotti (CERN)
    Ernesto Bosque (ASC / NHMFL)
     Federica Pierro (Tufts University)
    Federico Scurti (North Carolina State University)
    Ibrahim Kesgin (Argonne National Laboratory)

 

(10) Thursday, September 26, 2019; 8:00 AM – 8:45 AM

 

Timothy Coombs (University of Cambridge)
Topic: “Advances in Superconducting Rotating Machinery”

 

(11, 12) Friday, September 27, 2019; 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

 

Bob Mumgaard (Commonwealth Fusion Systems) – 10:30 AM – 11:15 AM
Topic: “Commercialization of Superconducting Technologies - on Example of CFS/MIT Fusion Project”

 

Mark Bird (NHMFL/FSU) – 11:15 AM – 12:00 PM
Topic: “Recent Advances in Ultra-High Field Magnet Technology”

Author Information

 

call for abstracts

 

Click the image to download the MT26 Call for Abstracts in PDF format.

 

 

 

Scope of the Conference
The MT26 Conference is the most important international forum addressing all aspects of magnet research, development, construction, testing, and operation.

The objective of the conference is to provide a forum for the exchange of coil and magnet related technology as well as design and analysis techniques, to diffuse in the scientific community new applications for coils and magnets, to provide an exchange between research activities and industrial applications, and to encourage professional scientists and engineers to follow careers in magnet technology and its applications.

The subject of the conference is the technology associated with the construction of coils and magnets. Coils can be part of devices for power, energy, transport and other applications. Magnets for generating magnetic field can either be of electro-magnetic nature comprising turns of a current carrying conductor or be of a permanent magnetic material.

The scope includes structural and insulating materials, superconducting materials, normal conducting materials, cooling technology including cryogenics, power technology, design and analysis, instrumentation and measurement techniques, testing and operational experience.

  • Publications related to the magnet-supporting technologies must contain sufficient description of the magnet device itself, or address specific issues of the interfacing the magnet unit or component with the rest of system, or description of the uniqueness about a magnet or its component for the particular system application.
  • Generic study of a non-magnet technology, system or device that fail to incorporate at least one of the criteria above might or might not be accepted for presentation at the Magnet Technology Conference

The scope of the conference can be captured in the following list of subjects:

A

Magnets for Particle and Nuclear Physics 

A01

Superconducting Accelerator Magnets

A02

Resistive Accelerator Magnets

A03

Wigglers and Undulators

A04

Fast cycling Accelerator Magnets

A05

Particle Detector Magnets

B

Magnets for Fusion

B01

Superconducting Magnets for Fusion

B02

Resistive Magnets for Fusion

C

Magnets for High-Field Facilities

C01

Superconducting and Hybrid High-Field Magnets

C02

Resistive and Pulsed High-Field Magnets

C03

HTS Insert and Model Magnets

D

Magnets for Medical, Biological, and Analytical Applications

D01

Magnets for NMR

D02

Magnets for MRI

D03

Magnets for other Medical and Biological Applications

E

Magnet Technology for Power, Energy, Transport, and other Applications

E01

Motors

E02

Generators

E03

Wind, Wave, and Tidal Generators

E04

Levitation and Magnetic Bearings

E05

Energy Storage / SMES

E06

Transformers and Fault Current Limiters

E07

Magnetic Separation

E08

Space Applications

E09

Novel and Other Applications

F

Conductors and Materials for Magnets

F01

Low Tc Wires and Cables

F02

MgB2 and Iron-based Wires and Cables

F03

ReBCO Wires and Cables

F04

Other High Tc Wires and Cables

F05

Cable-in-Conduit and other Internally Cooled Conductors

F06

Joints between Superconductors

F07

Current Leads, Links, and Bus bars

F08

Structural Materials for Magnets

F09

Electrical Insulation for Magnets

F10

Other Magnet Components

G

Magnet Test, Analysis and Design Tools

G01

Quench Detection and Protection Systems

G02

Quench and Normal-Zone Behavior

G03

Stability of Conductors and Coils

G04

Losses in Conductors and Coils

G05

Magnetization and Field Quality

G06

Mechanical Behavior and Stress

G07

Multiphysics Design and Analysis

G08

Novel Diagnostics and other Techniques

G09

Small Test and Model Coils

G10

Conductor and Coil Test Facilities

H

Associated Technologies for Magnets

H01

Cryostats and Cryogenics

H02

Power Supplies and Flux Pumps

H03

Other Associated Technologies


Abstract Submission Information

 

The abstract submission process is managed by the Integrated Digital Conference (INDICO) tool hosted by CERN.

 

To submit an abstract and for all further follow-up actions, such as submission of your poster and oral presentation, you must have CERN Lightweight account.

 

If you do not already have a Lightweight account, click here to create an account. When creating your account:

  • Provide your e-mail address, your first name, last name, institute, and agree to the terms.
  • Click on the blue button “Register”.
  • You will receive an email notification to confirm your account registration.

 

If you already have a CERN Lightweight account already, please login to the MT26 Indico abstract submission site.  When logging into the submission site for the first time, you will be asked to create your Indico account for MT26. Please make sure your affiliation is correctly listed. For help with your password reset, please click here.

 

Abstracts will be reviewed by the Program Committee. All abstracts, presentations and papers must address an aspect of the magnet technology associated with the construction of coils and magnets. The subject matter should be technically oriented and feature new, original developments in the magnet technology. Abstracts must be written in the English language, must contain enough information to permit placement of the presentation into the program, and must make logical arguments based on scientific or engineering methods. The Program Committee reserves the right to reject abstracts that do not conform to these guidelines.

 

All co-authors must be entered into the abstract submission system. Contact information is required for the Submitting Author and the Presenting Author/Speaker (which may be, but are not necessarily, the same person). Authors are responsible for the accuracy of all submitted information.

 

Abstract Acceptance/Rejection notifications will be sent electronically on April 29, 2019. Acceptance of an abstract for presentation does not guarantee publication in the conference transactions.

 

Any author presenting at MT26 must be a registered participant.

 

All authors of accepted Oral and Poster abstracts are expected to submit their presentations via the Indico site by the first day of the Conference, September 22, 2019. All Plenary, Oral and Poster presentations will be available to all conference attendees.

 

Add “mt@centennialconferences.com” to your address book to ensure that future correspondence is received.

 

Click here for detailed Abstract Submission Guidelines.

This deadline will be STRICTLY observed in fairness to all potential presenters. The deadline will not be extended. Abstracts that are not submitted to the submission site by the deadline will only be considered at the discretion of the Program Committee Chair.


Financial Support

MT26 has specifically allocated a limited amount of funds to provide financial assistance to participants who are presenting at the Conference and can demonstrate that they would not be able to attend without such assistance.  Student and non-student participants may apply for financial assistance that will waive the registration fee and/or provide for a travel stipend in exceptional cases.


Note that an accepted abstract is required as it is expected the participant will be giving a poster or oral presentation. Applications must be submitted by Wednesday, June 5, 2019. This deadline is firm as awards will be announced no later than Tuesday, June 25, 2019. Any travel stipend portion of the award will be distributed to students at the Conference. Further details on the method of reimbursement will be communicated to the award recipients. Awardees will have to accept or decline no later than Tuesday, July 9, 2019.


In order to request financial assistance, applicants must submit an abstract by the deadline of February 25, 2019 and plan on presenting at the Conference. Financial assistance will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.


Student Applications
Any full-time student participating at the Conference is eligible to apply. After application submission, the selection committee may request additional information from the student or supervisor to verify student status or the nature of the course of study.

 

Non-Student Applications
Any registrant participating in this Conference can request financial support and high priority will be given to exceptionally deserving candidate who cannot otherwise participate.

 

What You Need to Submit Your Application

In order to submit your application, you will be required to provide the following:

  • Title of abstract submitted to MT26
  • Abstract submission number received after submission was accepted
  • Copy of your abstract submitted to MT26 (you will copy and paste the information into your application)
  • Description of your research in two sentences
  • A statement telling the committee why you should be considered for financial support
  • Resume file to upload with your application
  • A recommendation on letterhead from your academic supervisor (students) or supervisor/colleague (non-students) confirming relevance to MT

 

Committees

International Committee

Mark Bird, USA (NHMFL)

Pierluigi Bruzzone, Switzerland (CRPP)

Haigun Lee, Korea (Korea University)

Luis Garcia-Tabares, Spain (CIEMAT)

Fedor Gömöry, Slovakia (SAS)

Hitoshi Kitaguchi, Japan (NIMS)

Ziad Melhem, UK (Oxford Instruments)

Antti Stenvall, Finland (TUT)

Neil Mitchell, France (ITER)

Riccardo Musenich, Italy (INFN)

Mathias Noe, Germany (KIT)

Rüdiger Picker, Canada (TRIUMF)

Subrata Pradhan, India (IPR)

Lucio Rossi, Switzerland (CERN)

Bruce Strauss, USA (DoE, IEEE)

Herman ten Kate, The Netherlands (University of Twente)

Pierre Vedrine, France (CEA)

Vitaly Vysotsky, Russia (VNIIKP)

Liye Xiao, China (IEE CAS)

Program Committee

Michael Parizh, USA (GE)
Giorgio Ambrosio, USA (FNAL)
Naoyuki Amemiya, Japan (Kyoto University)
Kathleen Amm, USA (Brookhaven National Lab)
Satoshi Awaji, Japan (Tohoku University)
Amalia Ballarino, Switzerland (CERN)
Mark Bird, USA (NHMFL)
Nikolay Bykovsky, Switzerland (CERN)
Luisa Chiesa, USA (Tufts University)
Tim Coombs, United Kingdom (Cambridge University)

Antonio della Corte, Italy (ENEA)
Iain Dixon, USA (NHMFL)
Yutong Fang, China (Zhejiang University)
Paolo Ferracin, Switzerland (CERN)

Ramesh Gupta, USA (Brookhaven National Lab)
Tim Haugan, USA (U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory)

Kohei Higashikawa, Japan (Kyushu University)
Sasha Ishmael, USA (Lupine Materials and Technology)
Anna Kario, Germany (GSI-FAIR)
Takanobu Kiss, Japan (Kyushu University)

Hitoshi Kitaguchi, Japan (NIMS)
Haigun Lee, South Korea (Korea University)
Cesar Luongo, France (ITER)
Luigi Muzzi, Italy (ENEA)
Tatsushi Nakamoto, Japan (KEK)

Gen Nishijima, Japan (NIMS)
Mathias Noe, Germany (KIT)
Toru Ogitsu, Japan (KEK)
Subrata Pradhan, India (IPR)
Soren Prestemon, USA (LBL)
Emmanuele Ravaioli, Switzerland (CERN)
Tiina-Mari Salmi, Finland (Tampere University of Technology)
Charlie Sanabria, USA (LBL)
Federico Scurti, USA (North Carolina State University)
Bruce Strauss, USA (DoE, IEEE)
Herman ten Kate, Netherlands (University of Twente)
Vitaly Vysotsky, Russia (VNIIKP)
Qiuliang Wang, China (IEE CAS)
Liye Xiao, China (IEE CAS)

Local Organizing Committee

Rüdiger Picker (Chair)
Michael Parizh (Program Committee Chair)
Jana Thomson (LOC Chair)

Luisa Chiesa (Editor in Chief)

Michael Coffey (Exhibit Chair)

Bruce Strauss (Travel Support Chair)

Dana Giasson (Website Design)

Francis Pau (Treasurer)

Diana Castaneda (Logo Design)

The conference is managed by Centennial Conferences.

 

 


TRAVEL Support committee

Bruce Strauss, USA (DoE, IEEE) (Chair)

Mathias Noe, Germany (KIT)

Vitaly Vysotsky, Russia (VNIIKP)

Exhibit, Support & Advertising

MT26 Exhibit

It is our pleasure to invite you to the Exhibition of the 26th International Conference on Magnet Technology, which takes place at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Vancouver, BC, Canada.

 

The industrial exhibition space will be arranged to provide maximal exposure to the conference delegates during poster sessions and breaks.  We invite you to share information about your company and experience the many vibrant and interesting areas in Vancouver.

 

We hope to see you in Vancouver!

 

 

Exhibit Details

Decorator & Exhibitor Kit Information

Levy Show Services Inc. will be the official service provider for the MT26 Exhibit.

 

 

The manual will outline shipping, drayage and material handling instructions. All advance and onsite drayage will be managed by Levy Show Services Inc.

 

For your convenience, freight information has been included, however, you may choose any carrier that you desire to transport freight to and from the event.  Freight can arrive at the warehouse no earlier than August 16, 2019 and has to arrive no later than September 16, 2019 to avoid any additional surcharges.

 

Booth furnishing and display rentals can be ordered through Levy Show Services Inc. – please see kit for ordering instructions. Please note that specialty furniture, plant orders and electrical/AV ordering information can be found in the service kit.

The deadline for advanced ordering for a discounted rate is Monday, September 9, 2019.

 

Levy Show Services Inc. is the only authorized decorator. Using an outside vendor is an Exhibitors risk and the sole responsibility of the exhibitor.

 

 

Exhibition Dates & Times (tentative*)

 

Conference Dates

September 22 – 27, 2019

 

Exhibitor Move-In

Sunday, September 22

12:00 p.m. – 05:00 p.m.

 

Exhibitor Registration

Sunday, September 22

02:00 p.m. – 07:30 p.m.

 

Exhibition Times

Monday, September 23

09:00 a.m. – 04:30 p.m.

 

Tuesday, September 24

08:30 a.m. – 04:00 p.m.

 

Wednesday, September 25

08:30 a.m. – 04:00 p.m.

 

Exhibitor Reception

Monday, September 23

06:30 p.m. – 08:30 p.m.

 

Exhibitor Move-Out

Wednesday, September 25

04:00 p.m. – 06:00 p.m.

*Exact times for the exhibit will be determined after the technical program is finalized in May 2019.

 

Booth Fees
Single Booth, 10’ x 10’ (3m x 3m)           $3,700 CAD
Double Booth, 10’ x 20’ (3m x 6m)          $6,200 CAD

 

Booth Information
Included with a 10’ x 10’ Booth:

  • An 8’ (2.4m) high pipe and drape back wall and 3’ (1m) high side walls.
  • One 6’ x 2’ (1.8m x 60cm) skirted table and two chairs.
  • Two Exhibit Booth Representative Registrations (includes access to all technical sessions, coffee breaks, the Welcome and Exhibitor Reception).
  • One ticket to the Banquet on Thursday night.
  • One 7” x 44” (17.78cm x 111.76cm) booth identification sign.
  • One manuscript submission (if abstract was accepted for presentation)
  • One electronic copy of the published transactions (tentative publication date is June 2020)

 

The deadline for submitting exhibit registrations and full payment is Wednesday, May 15, 2019.


 

Exhibit Files

 

For questions regarding the MT26 Exhibit, please contact the MT26 Show Management as follows:

Centennial Conferences
908 Main Street, Suite 350 | Louisville, CO 80027
Tel: [001] 303-499-2299 | Fax: [001] 303-499-2599
Email: mt@centennialconferences.com


 

MT26 Support & Advertising Opportunities

Supporting MT26 gives you and your organization direct access to hundreds of influential experts and key decision makers in the Magnet Technology industry. It is an excellent way to demonstrate your organization’s support of the conference while helping to offset expenses including costs for junior scientists, students and colleagues who could not otherwise afford to attend.

 

Supporters and Advertisers will be acknowledged as follows: Company name, logo and web link will appear on the MT26 website, in conference related informational emails, on appropriate signage displayed during the conference, on pre-plenary session looping slide, ribbons on name badges, and in the conference transactions (selected peer reviewed papers will be published in a special issue of the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON APPLIED SUPERCONDUCTIVITY, tentative publication date: June 2020).

 

The support levels below reflect the minimum contributions however, you are most welcome to increase the amount.  Please contact Centennial Conferences if you are interested in providing support other than listed below.

 

Click here for detailed support & advertising opportunities in PDF format.

 

 

EXCLUSIVE SUPPORTER OPPORTUNITIES

MT26 recognizes that a thriving international network of professional communication is critical to ensuring rapid advancement in magnet technology. Toward this end, MT26 welcomes the opportunity to cooperate with other technical societies and organizations in co-support or endorsements of special sessions.

Plenary Sessions

$3,500 CAD (one exclusive supporter per plenary)

CO-SUPPORTER OPPORTUNITIES

General Support

$1,300 CAD

Scientist & Student Support

$1,300 CAD

Young Scientist Plenary Session

$2,500 CAD

Special Sessions (non-plenary)

$2,000 CAD (one exclusive supporter per session)

CO-ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES

Conference Backpack

$5,500 CAD (each, two advertisers)

Promotional Materials & Inserts for Conference Backpack

$1,500 CAD (multiple advertisers)

Individual items of use to conference participants may be provided by the advertiser and included in the delegate bags (approximate quantity = 1000). Each item is $1,500. Examples of accepted items are listed below. Other branding opportunity ideas are welcome!


Pens (3)
Flash drive
Sticky note book or set 
“Visit us at our Booth!” coupon
Note pad
Highlighter


20 Year pocket calendar
Promo company leaflet or tri-fold - SOLD
Stylus
Luggage tags
Business Card Holder
Microfiber eyeglasses/phone cloth


EXCLUSIVE ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES

Lanyard for Badge Holders

$4,500 CAD

Conference On-site Publication Advertising

 

The Conference On-Site Publication will be utilized by participants throughout the Conference. The MT26 publication’s front and back covers will be in color on glossy paper, with the inside text pages printed in black and white.

Advertisement opportunities are as follows:

Outside back cover (color) $2,500 CAD - SOLD
Inside front cover (color): $2,000 CAD - SOLD
Inside back cover (color): $2,000 CAD - SOLD
Full page internal (black and white): $1,300 CAD (multiple advertisers)

OTHER BRANDING OPPORTUNITIES

Other branding opportunity ideas are welcome!

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

The deadline for advertising opportunities in the Program Book is August 16, 2019.

 

All materials for insertion into conference bags must be received by Levy Show Services, the contracted MT26 exhibit decorator, by September 9, 2019. Information concerning shipping materials to Levy will be provided along with the invoice. No refunds or returns will be given for materials received after the deadline and not inserted into conference bags.

 

The organizers reserve the right to decline ad copy and promotional material deemed unacceptable in tone or character or that may detract from the scientific and educational nature of the conference.  Pre-approval is required.

 

Payments must be received to secure the support/advertising item. Partial payments will not be accepted. Payments are accepted by check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and Wire Transfer.  Checks must be in Canadian dollars drawn on a Canadian bank and made payable to IEEE MT26 2019. For payments by bank wire transfer, a fee of $15 CAD will be applied to all incoming wires.

 

No refunds or returns will be given for materials received after September 9, 2018 and not inserted into conference bags.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

For questions related to support and advertising opportunities, please contact:

Centennial Conferences

908 Main Street, Suite 350 | Louisville, CO 80027 | USA
Email: mt@centennialconferences.com | Phone: +1.303.499.2299

Exhibitors

Advanced Conductor Technologies LLC

booth
215

Advanced Conductor Technologies’ CORC® technology opens the door to new markets that require flexible, high-current density power cables and wires. High-temperature superconducting CORC® cables and wires also enable practical high-field magnets that operate at magnetic fields above 20 Tesla, or at temperatures exceeding 20 Kelvin.

Website: www.advancedconductor.com

 

ALLIED METALS CORPORATION

booth
302

Allied Metals Corporation is a global leader in the supply of high purity iron for applications where efficiency, consistency, and cost of engineered technologies are critical. High saturation induction, high permeability, and low coercivity allow ALLIEDPUREIRON® to be suitable for components of resistive magnets, superconducting magnets, and magnetic shielding, among other magnetic technologies. The capability to supply Pure Iron in a diverse range of forms including sheet, plate, bar, wire, and forged parts (custom dimensions available) and the ability to supply material in trial quantities up to ~300 Metric Ton single heats, makes Allied Metals Corporation your ideal partner.

Website: www.alliedmet.com

 

American Magnetics, Inc.

booth
309

American Magnetics, Inc. (AMI), a veteran owned company in TN, has been a manufacturer of superconducting magnet systems and cryogenic equipment for over 45 years. Our custom solutions range from completely conduction cooled multi-axis systems combined with an integrated variable temperature insert to large room temperature bore zero boil off helium recondensing systems (ReconTM). When our innovative superconducting magnets, such as our multi-axis (MAxesTM) series are coupled with cutting edge cryostats, the customer is buying a winning combination.

Website: www.americanmagnetics.com

 

Bruker EST

booth
208

Bruker Energy and Supercon Technologies (BEST) is a global leader in superconductor solutions, providing an unmatched range of products that meet the needs of healthcare, academic and industrial companies and organizations worldwide. In close cooperation with our

customers, we design, develop and deliver product solutions that are at the heart of a majority of the superconductor magnets worldwide. They enable innovators to build leading edge healthcare and industrial products, as well as to conduct fundamental research, such as the search for the origins of the universe and sustainable clean energies.

Website: www.bruker.com/best

 

CAEN Technologies Inc.

booth
311

High current, high stability, highly accurate. Less than 1 ppm/K TC and < 0.01% setpoint current accuracy are among some of our specs. CAEN ELS magnet power supplies are designed with a completely digital control and feedback loop, allowing for software-based adjustment of PID parameters, synchronizing fully and behaving nicely with your reactive loads (up to 100 H). Home-grown DCCT current sensors are implemented within the supplies for aiding in such performance, or are available separately in various models with a complete digitizing current measurement system for your own setups. CAEN ELS is represented in the U.S. by CAEN Technologies.

Website: www.caenels.com

 

Cryogenic US LLC

booth
218

Cryogenic Limited leads the market in delivering high performance superconducting magnet systems for science researchers. Magnet configurations (up to 18T cryogen-free, 22T in low loss cryostats) include solenoids, split pair, vector, UHV and beam-line magnets. Our flagship integrated measurement and analysis platforms are Physical Property Characterization Systems and SQUID magnetometers. Measurements include: DC moment & AC susceptibility; specific heat, thermal transport; DC & AC electric resistivity, Dielectric/capacitance, Critical Current. Sample temperature (1.6-400K) can be augmented by Helium-3 (300mK) & Dilution Refrigerator (50mK) inserts, and furnace (700-1000K) inserts.

Website: www.cryogenic.co.uk

 

CRYOMAGNETICS, INC.

booth
211

Cryomagnetics is a premier manufacturer of superconducting magnets, systems, related electronic instrumentation, and cryogenic accessories. Efficient magnet designs allow for smaller cryocooler use (dry) or less helium consumption (wet). Solenoids, split-pairs, and multi-axis magnets are available in a wide range of configurations with room temperature bore, variable temperature, or He3 sample environments. In-house manufacturing of complete wet or dry systems by our team of certified fabricators assures the highest quality. Built for the unique demands of superconducting magnets, the Model 4G power supplies feature unrivaled performance and standard features. Also available: LM-510 Liquid Cryogen Level Monitor, Model 612/614 Temperature Monitors and GM-700 Gaussmeter.

Website: www.cryomagnetics.com

 

 

Cryomech, Inc.

booth
303

Cryomech’ s superior products provide hundreds of customers with custom-built Cryocoolers, Helium Liquefiers, Liquid Nitrogen Plants and ULT Cryostats. We craft solutions that help our customers get things done.

We are the original innovators:

• The world's largest 4K Pulse Tube Cryocooler

• The world’s largest single stage GM Cryocoolers for operation at 77 K and 30

• The most extensive line of GM and PT Cryocoolers on the planet

• Fully integrated, closed-cycle refrigeration for applications below 2K

• Open-cycle to closed-cycle helium conservation with our Helium Liquefiers and Recovery systems

• Ultra Low Vibration 1K and 4K Cryostats

Website: www.cryomech.com

 

 

CSIC Pride (Nanjing) Cryogenic Technology Co., Ltd.

booth
216

CSIC Pride (Nanjing) Cryogenic Technology Co., Ltd. (Pride Cryogenics) is a technology oriented company concentrated on the development and manufacturing of cryocoolers and cryogenic engineering application devices. Pride Cryogenics' products include 4 K GM cryocoolers, 10 K GM cryocoolers, 77 K GM cryocoolers, cryostats, helium reliquefier, gas recovery, purification and liquefaction systems and other customized cryogenic systems.

Website: www.724pridecryogenics.com/en/index.as

 

Demaco Holland bv

booth
212

Demaco is the leading knowledge driven cryogenic infrastructure partner for industrial gas companies, scientific institutes and EPC contractors world-wide. Our team of cryogenic specialists, Cryogeniuses, is committed to supporting our partners in their daily effort to transport and condition all liquefied gasses. By advising on, designing, engineering, manufacturing, testing and installing customer specific vacuum insulated solutions of superior quality, we continuously provide the highest yielding infrastructure in the industry.

Website: www.demaco.nl/en/

 

Fujikura Ltd.

booth
301

Fujikura Ltd., has been the global leader of developing rare-earth-based 2nd Generation High-Temperature Superconducting wires over 20 years. We sustain this title by producing best performance wire with higher critical current, longer piece length and higher uniformity for longitudinal critical current distribution. Prospective applications of our superconducting wires are now widely spread from electrical/industrial equipment to medical and measuring instruments. Our superconducting wires are committed to not only be improving quality of human life but also have great potential for industrial innovation and saving natural resources.

Website: www.fujikura.com

Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.

booth
213

Furukawa Electric is the pioneer in superconductivity; Comprehensiveness from low-temperature superconductivity to high-temperature superconductiviy.  FEC can provide solutions to customer's issues.

Website: www.furukawa.co.jp/en

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Atomics

booth
202

General Atomics (GA) is a world leader in electromagnetics and superconducting magnet technology. GA is currently fabricating powerful pulsed superconducting magnet modules for ITER, an unprecedented international tokamak facility that aims to demonstrate the commercial feasibility of nuclear fusion. When completely assembled, the ITER Central Solenoid will have a peak field of 13.1 Tesla with 5.5 GJ of stored energy.

Magnet research at GA has led to discoveries and spinoff technologies in medical diagnostics, cryogenics, energy storage, transportation, semiconductors, and defense applications. GA leverages its research for the U.S. government and private industry, delivering solutions ranging from next-generation nuclear reactors to remotely operated aircraft and electromagnetic systems including the EMALs systems to electromagnetically launch airplanes from aircraft carriers.

Website: www.ga.com/energy-group

Hyper Tech.

booth
308

Hyper Tech is a leading manufacturer of MgB2 and Nb3Sn superconductor wires. We have experience designing, manufacturing and testing coils using NbTi, Nb3Sn, MgB2, Nb3Sn, BSCCO, and (Re) BCO superconductors. Hyper Tech is developing small diameter high amperage Cable-in Conduits (CIC) for several superconducting applications, using NbTi, MgB2, and Nb3Sn strands. We also have system design experience for developing superconducting MRIs, fault current limiters, motors, wind generators, SMES, DC and AC cable applications.
Website: www.hypertechresearch.com  

 

 

 

 

 

Japan Superconductor Technology, Inc.

booth
214

Japan Superconductor Technology, Inc. (JASTEC) is a manufacture of superconducting wire/magnet in Japan. We have been contributing to a variety of application fields; life science, medical, energy and other science & industries through our cutting-edge technologies. - Wire: Our high-performance NbTi and Nb3Sn wires are used for NMR/MRI as well as ITER TF/CS. - Magnet: We supply high-field NMR magnets as well as special MRI magnets. We have also rich experience in cryogen-free magnets for academic and industrial applications.
Website: www.jastec-inc.com/e_top/index.html  

 

Luvata Superconductors

booth
217

Luvata Superconductors have factories in three continents producing special copper products and low-temperature superconducting (LTS) wires, cables and hollow conductors for magnet applications. The products are generally designed for special applications in mind and their features vary widely among various products offerings. Wires are produced for all applications in the LTS fields. Products include monolithic wires in round and rectangular shape as well as wire-in-channel or cable-in-channel integrated conductors.
Website: www.luvata.com  

 

 

Metrolab Technology SA

booth
207

Metrolab Technology SA is the global market leader for precision magnetometers, used to measure high-intensity magnetic fields to a very high degree of precision.
Our customers include: All MRI and magnet manufacturers, Accelerator and calibration labs, and OEM customers.
Our products include: NMR Precision Teslameters: The gold standard for magnetometers, NMR Magnetic Field Cameras: Map whole-body MRI magnets, Precision Digital Integrators: Measure or map complicated fields, and 3-axis Hall Magnetometers: Total field, quick and easy
Website: www.metrolab.com 

 

M&I Materials Ltd (Metrosil)

booth
307

Metrosil varistors are manufactured from silicon carbide, which has the distinctive property that its electrical resistance depends on the applied voltage. Metrosil varistors provide superfast high energy discharge for many applications. As high energy industries develop, so too does the utility of Metrosil. For example, within superconducting, a typical protection approach to a quench event would be to switch-in a low resistive load to dissipate magnetic energy. However, the energy from the magnetic field can be extracted at a much faster rate using Metrosil. Our assemblies have been tested on superconducting systems at CERN where a rapid current decay was favourably observed.
Website: www.metrosil.com  

 

 

Oxford Instruments NanoScience

booth
312

Oxford Instruments NanoScience designs, supplies and supports market-leading research tools that enable quantum technologies, new materials and device development in the physical sciences. Our tools support research down to the atomic scale through creation of high performance, cryogen free low temperature and magnetic environments, based upon our core technologies in low and ultra-low temperatures, high magnetic fields and system integration, with ever-increasing levels of experimental and measurement readiness. Oxford Instruments NanoScience is a part of the Oxford Instruments plc group.

Website: nanoscience.oxinst.com

Shanghai Superconductor Technology

booth
210

Shanghai Superconductor Technology Co., Ltd. (SST) employs physical vapour deposition for mass production of custom and cost effective 2G-HTS conductors with superior mechanical properties and high critical current densities for all types of applications. We also provide peripheral products and services including coil winding, coil winding machines and vacuum deposition systems.

Website: www.shsctec.com

 

 

 

 

Sigmaphi

booth
209

Sigmaphi has been providing turnkey systems and components for particle accelerators to major research labs and protontherapy system providers for more than 30 years.
Our 200 highly skilled employees can design, make and measure :
- Complete particle transport beam lines, from optics to installation and alignment
- High precision magnets : resistive, superconducting, permanent magnet based, in vacuum…
- Turnkey injection or extraction systems
- Ultra stable power supplies
- RF power solutions : Solid state amplifiers, Klystron modulators
Website: www.sigmaphi.fr

Sumitomo (SHI) Cryogenics of America, Inc.

booth
204 & 205

The SHI Cryogenics Group, an integral part of the Precision Equipment Division of Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd., is a leading worldwide provider of innovative cryogenic solutions to magnet technology and other research communities. With offices in Asia, Europe and the United States, it has been producing quality cryogenic equipment for over 50 years. SHI's renowned engineering departments continue to focus on the latest cryogenic technologies, including innovative Cryocooler, Pulse Tube, Shield Cooler and Helium Compressor designs. Sumitomo (SHI) Cryogenics of America, Inc. is the North American Division of the SHI Cryogenics Group, focusing on design, manufacturing, sales and service.

Website: www.shicryogenics.com

 

Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.

booth
206

DI-BSCCO, 1st Grade superconductor, is the trade mark of Sumitomo Electric Industries (SEI). Using DI-BSCCO, researchers and manufactures from around the world have successfully manufactured superconducting cables, magnets, motors and current lead assemblies. Recently, SEI developed Type HT-NX, an extra high strength DI-BSCCO, superconductor wire design that is surpassing other HTS wires for high field(over 20T) magnet designs. DI-BSCCO Type G is widely used in magnet current lead designs especially for large application, for example, ITER and the particle accelerators.

Website: https://global-sei.com/super

Supercon, Inc.

booth
203

SUPERCON has been manufacturing low temperature NbTi and Nb3Sn superconductors as standard and specially designed wire and cable since 1962. Many of Supercon’s standard conductors, from 0.025 to 2.0mm diameter, are available from stock A wide variety of custom composite metal wires is also available. We can deliver research quantities to OEM requirements from stock.

Website: www.supercon-wire.com

 

 

 

SuperOx Japan

booth
201

SuperOx Japan (SOJ) was established in 2011 as a venture company. Currently there are two production facilities - Sagamihara Incubation Center and TechnoEast, which are located in the Sagamihara city, Japan. The company has 16 employees including 6 people with PhD degrees.  SOJ developed the complete manufacturing cycle of 2G HTS wires starting from the Hastelloy substrate tape, including RF and DC magnetron sputtering, IBAD, pulsed laser deposition (PLD), electroplating and lamination processes.  The company has started to sale the HTS wires in 2013, and in 2018 the production capacity reached 50 km of 12 mm tape.

Website: www.superox.co.jp

Tesla Engineering Ltd

booth
305 & 306

The Tesla Engineering Ltd group of companies consist of Tesla Engineering Magnet Division, Tesla Engineering Gradient Division, Everson Tesla Incorporated and Futura Composites. This group of companies are dedicated to the design, manufacture and support of resistive and superconducting electromagnets, gradient coils, composite materials, generator coils, motors and consultancy to the science, medicine and industrial markets. We can utilise the skills, expertise and facilities of the group companies to offer a complete design and manufacturing solution, together with help and advice for system integration and outstanding service support.

Website: www.tesla.co.uk

 

THEVA Dünnschichttechnik GmbH

booth
304

THEVA has invested over fifteen years in development to build Germany’s first commercial HTS production plant. Thanks to its very high energy density, THEVA Pro-Line superconductor can replace conventional copper cable in high-performance applications. It opens entirely new scope for the design of electrical components. Manufacturers of cables, power switches, large electric drives and power rails can rely on the high quality and performance of the material. THEVA stands for high-end solutions in coating technology and equipment engineering.

Website: www.THEVA.com

 

 

 

Western Superconducting Technologies Co., Ltd.

booth
310

Western Superconducting Technologies Co., Ltd.(WST) is located in Xi'an, China, with a registered capital of 53 million USD on 28 Feb, 2003. WST is one of the biggest research and development center for titanium and it’s related materials in China, We try our best to explore and develop domestic & oversea markets. The aim we struggled is to create WST into a Hi-Tech industrial corporation with the advanced technology, talented employees, and the best equipment.

Website: www.c-wst.com

Supporters

Allied
Cryomech logo
Fujikura

 

IEEE CSC logo
General Atomics

 

TRIUMF

History of MT Conferences

International Magnet Technology Conferences have been organized since 1965.

Sequence number, city and country as well as conference dates are given in the table here below:

 

MT-1 Palo Alto, USA 1965, September 8-10
MT-2 Abingdon, UK 1967, November 11-13
MT-3 Hamburg, West-Germany 1970, May 19-22
MT-4 Long Island, USA 1972, September 19-22
MT-5 Rome, Italy 1975, April 21-25
MT-6 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 1977, August 29 - September 2
MT-7 Karlsruhe, West-Germany 1981, March 30 - April 3
MT-8 Grenoble, France 1983, May 5-9
MT-9 Zurich, Switzerland 1985, September 9-13
MT-10 Boston, USA 1987, September 21-25
MT-11 Tsukuba, Japan 1989, August 28 - September 1
MT-12 Leningrad, USSR 1991, June 23-28
MT-13 Victoria, Canada 1993, September 20-24
MT-14 Tampere, Finland 1995, July 11-15
MT-15 Beijing, China 1997, October 20-25
MT-16 Ponte Vedra Beach, USA 1999, September 26 - October 2
MT-17 Geneva, Switzerland 2001, September 24-28
MT-18 Morioka, Japan 2003, October 20-24
MT-19 Genoa, Italy 2005, September 18-23
MT-20 Philadelphia, USA 2007, August 27-31
MT-21 Hefei, Anhui, China 2009, October 18-23
MT-22 Marseille, France 2011, September 12-16
MT-23 Boston, USA 2013, July 14-19
MT-24 Seoul, Korea 2015, October 18-23
MT-25 Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2017, August 27 - September 1
MT-26 Vancouver, Canada 2019, September 22-27
MT-27 Fukuoka, Japan 2021, November 15 - 19

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