The 11th International Symposium on Superconductivity was held November 16-19, 1998, in Fukuoka, Japan. Convened annually since 1988, the symposium covers the whole field of superconductivity from fundamental physics and chemistry to new applications. At the 11th Symposium, there was increased interest reported in the development of trial devices using bismuth wires and yttrium-based bulk materials. Among the presentations were those that clearly defined the development targets for next-generation yttrium-based wires and bulk materials and single-flux quantum (SFQ) circuits. Other popular topics were high-temperature superconductivity applications such as SQUIDs, microwave filters, and cryocooler-cooled magnets. With more than 600 participants from 18 countries, the symposium provided an excellent forum for exchanges of the most recent information in the field of superconductivity.Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Superconductivity (ISS a#39;98), November 16a19, 1998, Fukuoka N. Koshizuka, Setsuko ... The MAGMA(8) scanning SQUID microscope system: (a) Block diagram . ... The periodicity of the signal is due to the presence of ferromagnetic keys for mounting the brake assembly. ... The first commercial SQUID tester is expected to be available by year 2000.
|Title||:||Advances in Superconductivity XI|
|Author||:||N. Koshizuka, Setsuko Tajima|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-11-11|