MT26 will be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Downtown Vancouver, Canada
The MT conference series is the most important international forum addressing all aspects of magnet research, development, construction, testing, and operation.
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.
Early December, 2018
Mid December, 2018
February 25, 2019
March 30 – 31, 2019
April 29, 2019
May 1, 2019
May 1, 2019
May 15, 2019
May 22, 2019
June 5, 2019
August 7, 2019
August 21, 2019
August 23, 2019
September 22 – 27, 2019
September 24, 2019
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)
Rüdiger Picker (Chair)
Michael Parizh (Program Committee Chair)
Jana Thomson (LOC Chair)
Francis Pau (Treasurer)
Dana Giasson (Website Design)
Norman Muller (Conference Engineer)
George Clark (LOC Advisor)
Michael Coffey (Exhibit Chair)
Luisa Chiesa (Editor in Chief)
The conference will be managed by Centennial Conferences.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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|