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2018 Industry Presence

International Energy Agency’s Technology Collaborative Program on Superconductivity
April 9th – 11th, 2018 Houston, Texas
The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programs (TCPs) underpin the IEA’s efforts to support innovation for energy security, economic growth and environmental protection. The High-Temperature Superconductivity Collaboration Program highlights both traditional and innovative applications for the widespread integration of high-temperature superconductors into the electricity supply network, and brings together manufacturers, cryogenics research, laboratories and trade organizations to enable significant improvements in the generation, transmission, distribution and use of electric power. STI will present an update on its HTS wire program, including its project with the DOE for the Next Generation Electrical Machines project. Presenting from STI will be Adam Shelton, VP Product Management and Marketing.

MEM18: 9th Mechanical and Electromagnetic Properties of Composite Superconductors Workshop
June 17th – 20th, 2018, Andong, Korea
MEM18 workshop will focus on the mechanical and electromechanical properties along with the characterization of practical composite superconductors for electrical device applications, especially magnets and coils. MEM18 provides great opportunities to exchange and learn new information, while advancing knowledge in the field of the characterization of various composite superconductors. The MEM18 program will include papers and talks on the recent progress and development of the mechanical and electromechanical properties of LTS and HTS composite superconductors. Presenting from STI will be Dr. Jeong Huh- The Conductus® HTS wire program technical lead.

Applied Superconductivity Conference (ASC)
Oct. 28th – Nov. 2nd, 2018 Seattle
This year’s ASC theme, Enabling Breakthroughs for the World, reflects ASC’s stature as the premier conference on applied superconductivity. For more than five decades, ASC has been an important gathering point for the electronics, large scale, and materials fields within the applied superconductivity community. At this major international forum participants meet to present and discuss the latest developments in the field of superconductivity. The meeting will attract a broad spectrum of participants in research, technology development, and industrial manufacturing of superconducting wire and devices along with end users for a wide variety of applications. Participants from U.S. and international universities, industry, national laboratories, and other government agencies will address recent progress in applications. Presenting from STI will be Ken Pfeiffer, VP Engineering.