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02
Feb

February 02, 2017(A380).  The 21st joint Cryogenic Engineering Conference and International Cryogenic Materials Conference (CEC/ICMC 2017) will be held in Madison, Wisconsin, USA, from June 09 - July 13, 2017 (http://www.cec-icmc.org). The deadline for Abstract submission has been extended until Wednesday, February 15, 2017.

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26
Jan

January 25, 2017 (A379). The European Society for Applied Superconductivity (ESAS) seeks nominations for the ESAS AWARD 2017, which will be awarded at the European Conference on Applied Superconductivity (EUCAS) 2017 in Geneva.

This is a reminder that completed nominations must be submitted by Wednesday, May 31, 2017 to the Chairman of the ESAS award selection committee.

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10
Jan

January 10, 2017 (A375). Nominations are now being accepted for the CSA Awards of the Cryogenic Society of America for Outstanding Contributions to Cryogenics, in particular for the William E. Gifford Award and the Robert W. Vance Award. All nominations are due by April 28, 2017.

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07
Jan

January 7, 2017 (A374). Nominations for the IEEE CSC Awards in Applied Superconductivity are now being accepted. Submit your nomination by February 28, 2017.

07
Jan

January 7, 2017 (A373). Final Reminder: Applications for the 2017 IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship in Applied Superconductivity will be Accepted Until January 15, 2017.

Visit http://ieeecsc.org/awards/ieee-csc-fellowship-award for the application, further information, and the list of past fellowship recipients.

Prize Items: Each IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship in Applied Superconductivity will consist of:

  • an honorarium of US$ 5,000,
  • a suitably inscribed certificate,
  • and a complimentary membership (or renewal) in IEEE and one of CSC's sponsoring Societies.   
Description: The fellowship is awarded annually to a current full-time graduate student pursuing a Ph.D. (or equivalent) degree in the area of applied superconductivity, at an accredited college or university of recognized standing worldwide. The intention of the award is to encourage students to enter and contribute to the field of applied superconductivity.
 
Complete details can be found here.
03
Jan

January 3, 2017 (HP120).  Three scientific societies, the American Physical Society (APS), the Material Research Society (MRS) and the American Chemical Society (APS) issued jointly a science policy report “The U.S. Research Community’s Liquid Helium Crisis: An Action Plan to Preserve U.S. Innovation”.

15
Dec

December 15, 2016 (A370). Applications for the 2017 IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship in Applied Superconductivity opened on November 1, 2016, and will be accepted until January 15, 2017.

The fellowship is awarded annually to a current full-time graduate student pursuing a Ph.D. (or equivalent) degree in the area of applied superconductivity, at an accredited college or university of recognized standing worldwide. The intention of the award is to encourage students to enter and contribute to the field of applied superconductivity.

More details and application.

07
Dec

December 08, 2016 (A368). The 2nd International Workshop: Towards Room Temperature Superconductivity - SUPERHYDRIDES and MORE will be held in Orange, CA, USA, from May 08-09, 2017.

05
Dec

December 5, 2016 (A367).  The Research Center Juelich (FZJ), Germany, organizes the 48th IFF[1] Spring School on the topic of “Topological Insulators, Skyrmions, and Majoranas”.  Lectures will start on Monday, March 27th and end on April 7th in the afternoon.   The School intends to attract graduate students, young scientists and other professionals desiring to familiarize themselves with the topic in a relatively systematic manner. 

05
Dec

December 5, 2016 (A366).  On November 28, 2016, the U.S. Department of Energy announced nearly $25 million for 13 projects aimed at advancing technologies for energy-efficient electric motors through applied research and development. The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s (EERE) Next Generation Electric Machines projects will address the limitations of traditional materials and designs used in electric motor components by cost-effectively enhancing their efficiency, improving their performance, and reducing weight. This effort will support innovative approaches that will significantly improve the technology in industrial electric motors, which use approximately 70 percent of the electricity consumed by U.S. manufacturers and nearly a quarter of all electricity consumed nationally.

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