International Symposium on Superconductivity and Magnetism (ISSM)

The International Symposium on Superconductivity and Magnetism (ISSM) covers topics such as:

  • Ancillary materials for superconducting applications
  • Accelerator magnets
  • Biomedical diagnostics and imaging
  • Applied superconductivity
  • Critical current and flux pinning
  • Cables (HTS, LTS), CICC, and current leads
  • Cryogenics for superconducting devices and system integration
  • Critical temperature and critical fields
  • Energy storage
  • Electromagnetic compatibility
  • Fusion magnets
  • Functional magnetic materials and non-recording applications
  • High-temperature superconductivity
  • GMR of multilayers, magnetic contacts and constrictions
  • Insulation and dielectrics
  • HTS magnets
  • Large superconducting and related systems
  • Intermetallic and other hard magnets
  • Magnet design and analysis techniques
  • Levitation, transportation, and propulsion
  • Magnetic fluids and separation
  • Magnet stability, magnetization effects, AC losses and protection
  • Magnetic semiconductors
  • Magnetic microscopy and imaging
  • Magnetic tunneling junctions
  • Magnetic thin films and nanostructures
  • Magneto-caloric materials and devices
  • Magnetization and time-dependent losses
  • Magneto-elastic materials and devices
  • Magnetodynamics and ferromagnetic resonance
  • Magneto-optic materials and devices
  • Magnetoimpedance and high frequency materials
  • Molecular and novel magnetic materials
  • Micromagnetics and multiscale modeling
  • Nanostructured and composite hard magnetic materials
  • Multiferroic materials
  • Organic and carbon-based spin transport
  • Novel biomedical therapies and nanomedicine
  • Pnictides and related materials
  • Permanent magnet materials
  • Rare earth transition metal borides
  • Properties important for applications
  • Shielding, levitation and propulsion
  • Recording physics, modeling, theory and testing
  • Spin transfer torque
  • Soft magnetic materials
  • Superconducting electronics
  • Superconducting electrical power devices
  • Superconducting phase transition
  • Superconducting magnets
  • Superconductivity and zero electrical resistance

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