The 5th Asian Superconductivity School
(held on Nov. 15, 2021, at Room 412, Fukuoka Int’l Congress Center)
This school will be conducted in a hybrid format using Zoom, oVice and Slack. Attached is an explanation of the school’s implementation procedures and the steps you will need to take to use the virtual platform for the school. Be sure to check you can access 1) Slack, 2) Zoom and 3) oVice before the school begins.
We launched a Slack for Asian Superconductivity School as the main platform for the school. All the relevant information will be posted on the Slack, therefore, it is very important you register the Slack. You will receive an invitation email on Nov. 12 for registering the Slack. If you dodn’t receive the invitation, please contact us. Please also check your spam filter because the message might be trapped.
Following the 6 lectures, we will also have an opportunity for the participants to interact with each other at virtual poster venue on oVice. We plan to have participants introduce their own research or research groups and exchange opinions. We will assign poster-boards on oVice, so if you would like to make a presentation, please let us know your intention by replying to firstname.lastname@example.org
It is our pleasure to announce that the 5th Asian Superconductivity School (AS3 2021) which will be held as a satellite event of MT27 on November 15th, 2021 at Fukuoka Convention Center, Japan, and on-line. Due to the continued influence of COVID-19, the school will be held as hybrid format, however, using sophisticated platforms, Whova and oVice including avatar-based virtual platform. It must be a new and exciting experience.
This school is the series of summer school starting from Japan-Korea Superconductivity Summer School (JKSSS) in 2015 at Fukuoka, Japan, then extended to the 1st Asian Summer School (AS3) in 2016 at Jeju island, Korea, and followed by the 2nd AS3 at Miyazaki, Japan, the 3rd AS3 at Beijing, China, the 4th AS3 at Okinawa, Japan. This school has been organized in collaboration with the Cryogenics and Superconductivity Society of Japan (CSSJ), the Korea Institute of Applied Superconductivity and Cryogenics (KIASC), the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the IEEE Council on Superconductivity (CSC). This year the IEEE CSC Young Professional committee has also joined for supporting this school.
The purpose of this school is to enhance mutual exchange among students and young researchers in Asian superconductivity and cryogenic community. Internationally renowned researchers will deliver their lectures on superconducting materials, power applications, and cryogenic engineering in both basic and advanced topics. We also include student exchange program on the virtual platform for introducing their own research and exchanging opinions.
Graduate course students and young researchers in the superconductivity and/or cryogenics area are very much welcomed. It would be also a very good opportunity for regular members to establish an international network among the Asian superconductivity and cryogenic community. Those who are interested in participating, please register through the conference registration site. You can select the option for the “school” in the registration. We look forward to your participation.
|7:30-8:20||Registration desk is opened for on-site participants|
|8:30-9:30||Fundamentals of electromagnetism of superconductivity |
– for better understanding of critical currents and AC losses
|Prof. Teruo Matsushita, |
Kyushu Inst. Tech., Japan
|9:45-10:45||REBCO coated conductors||Dr. Yasuhiro Iijima, |
Fujikura Ltd., Japan
|11:00-12:00||MgB2 and Fe-based superconducting wires||Prof. Yanwei Ma, |
IEE CAS, China
|13:00-14:00||Cryogenic systems for large-scale superconducting applications||Prof. Toshiyuki Mito, |
|14:15-15:15||Superconducting rotatory machine||Prof. Minwon Park,|
|15:30-16:30||HTS based high field magnet||Prof. Seungyong Hahn, |
(30min x 2)
|Participants exchange program on virtual Hall: |
introducing participants’ research and exchanging opinions
- Asian Cryogenics and Superconductivity Committee
- Cryogenics and Superconductivity Society of Japan
- Science Council of Japan
- IEEE CSC
- IEEE CEC Young Professional Committee