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ISSM 2020 - Int'l Symposium on Superconductivity and Magnetism

Date2020-08-14 - 2020-08-16

Deadline2020-03-09

VenueGuilin, Guangxi, China China

KeywordsSuperconductivity; Magnetism

Websitehttps://www.wsaugust.org/conference/ISSM2020

Topics/Call fo Papers

Important Dates
Conference:Aug. 14-16, 2020
Full Paper Due: Mar. 9, 2020
Abstract Due: Mar. 9, 2020
Audience Registration Due:Aug. 14, 2020
About ISSM 2020
Int'l Symposium on Superconductivity and Magnetism (ISSM 2020) will be held from August 14-16, 2020 in Guilin, China. This Conference will cover issues on Superconductivity and Magnetism. It dedicates to creating a stage for exchanging the latest research results and sharing the advanced research methods. ISSM 2020 will be an important and reliable platform for inspiring international and interdisciplinary exchange at the forefront of Superconductivity and Magnetism. The Conference will bring together academicians, engineers, educators and policy-makers from all over the world, and we hope that you will take this opportunity to join us for academic exchange and visit the city of Guilin. 
Publication and Presentation
Publication: All the accepted papers will be published by a peer-reviewed open access journal that can ensure the widest dissemination of your published work, For more information, please contact us  (wsaugust-AT-126.com).
Index: CNKI and Google Scholar  
Note: If you want to present your research results but do NOT wish to publish a paper, you may simply submit an Abstract to our Registration System.
Registration Fee
Package A: Regular Attendance (No Submission Required) USD 400(RMB 2400)
Package B: Regular Attendance+Abstract+Presentation USD 450(RMB 2700)
Package C: Regular Attendance+Paper Publication+Presentation USD 600(RMB 3600)
The Regular Registration Fee for attendance Includes
1. Access to all technical sessions
2. Lunch on August 15 and 16, dinner on August 15.
3. Coffee breaks during the sessions
4. One hard copy of the conference guide and Journal
Contacts
Email: wsaugust-AT-126.com
Tel: +86 156 2908 5792 
QQ: 1349406763
Wechat: 3025797047
Call for Papers
  Accelerator magnets
   Ancillary materials for superconducting applications
   Applied superconductivity
   Biomedical diagnostics and imaging
   Cables (HTS, LTS), CICC, and current leads
   Critical current and flux pinning
   Critical temperature and critical fields
   Cryogenics for superconducting devices and system integration
   Electromagnetic compatibility
   Energy storage
   Functional magnetic materials and non-recording applications
   Fusion magnets
   GMR of multilayers, magnetic contacts and constrictions
   High-temperature superconductivity
   HTS magnets
   Insulation and dielectrics
   Intermetallic and other hard magnets
   Large superconducting and related systems
   Levitation, transportation, and propulsion
   Magnet design and analysis techniques
   Magnet stability, magnetization effects, AC losses and protection
   Magnetic fluids and separation
   Magnetic microscopy and imaging
   Magnetic semiconductors
   Magnetic thin films and nanostructures
   Magnetic tunneling junctions
   Magnetization and time-dependent losses
   Magneto-caloric materials and devices
   Magnetodynamics and ferromagnetic resonance
   Magneto-elastic materials and devices
   Magnetoimpedance and high frequency materials
   Magneto-optic materials and devices
   Micromagnetics and multiscale modeling
   Molecular and novel magnetic materials
   Multiferroic materials
   Nanostructured and composite hard magnetic materials
   Novel biomedical therapies and nanomedicine
   Organic and carbon-based spin transport
   Permanent magnet materials
   Pnictides and related materials
   Properties important for applications
   Rare earth transition metal borides
   Recording physics, modeling, theory and testing
   Shielding, levitation and propulsion
   Soft magnetic materials
   Spin transfer torque
   Superconducting electrical power devices
   Superconducting electronics
   Superconducting magnets
   Superconducting phase transition
   Superconductivity and zero electrical resistance

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