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Japan-EU Workshop on 'Superconductivity'

(1) Date : Sunday, August 1, 2010
(2) Place : Omni Shoreham Hotel - Palladian Ballroom
2500 Calvert Street Northwest, Washington D.C 20008, U.S.A.
(3) Theme : Superconductivity
Fundamental properties of novel superconducting materials
(4) Program : As Follows


Sunday, August 1st, 2010

08:45-   Registration starts

09:00-09:15  Teruo Matsushita
Opening Remarks by the Workshop Organiser (Program Officer )
09:15-09:30  Carmine Senatore
René Flükiger

Improved superconducting properties of in situ MgB2 wires after Cold HighPressure Densification: fundamental investigation
Abstract: Carmine Senatore, René Flükiger
09:30-09:45  Hiroaki Kumakura
Microstructure control and critical current density of MgB2 tapes and wires
Abstract: Hiroaki Kumakura
09:45-10:00  Tetiana Prikhna
High pressure processed, MgB2, ReBCO and Pnictide bulk materials forapplications and fundamental studies
Abstract: Tetiana Prikhna
10:00-10:15  Wilfried OttoGoldacker
High performance MgB2 wires for application in energy, lH2 and spacetechnology
Abstract: Wilfried OttoGoldacker

10:15-10:30  Coffee break (15 minutes)

10:30-10:45  Shinichi Kikkawa
(Nb0.89Al0.11)(O0.16N0.84) oxynitride superconductor
Abstract: Shinichi Kikkawa
10:45-11:00  Judith MacManus-Driscoll
New cuprates and new approaches to property improvements
Abstract: Judith MacManus-Driscoll
11:00-11:15  Kazuo Kadowaki
Nanoscience and Engineering in Superconductivity: Emerging new concept insolid state physics from artificially engineered novel materials
Abstract: Kazuo Kadowaki
11:15-11:30  Ioan Adrian CRISAN
Self-assembled Nanostructured Superconductors for Energy-efficientCryomagnetics and Abnormal Vortex Matter in New Superconductors
Abstract: Ioan Adrian CRISAN
11:30-11:45  Peter P. Edwards
The (Continuing) Challenge of High Temperature Superconductivity
Abstract: Peter P. Edwards

11:45-12:45  Lunch time (60 minutes)

12:45-13:00  Takanobu Kiss
Multi-scale analysis of critical current and vortex dynamics in superconductors
Abstract: Takanobu Kiss
13:00-13:15  Harald W. Weber
Assessment of the local supercurrent flow in superconductors
Abstract: Harald W. Weber
13:15-13:30  Bernhard Holzapfel
FeAs based superconducting thin films
Abstract: Bernhard Holzapfel
13:30-13:15  Jun-ichi Shimoyama
Synthesis of New Layered Oxide Pnictides with Thick Blocking Layers and TheirSuperconducting Properties
Abstract: Jun-ichi Shimoyama
13:45-14:00  Paul Seidel
Ba-122 and La-1111 thin film hybrid Josephson junctions
Abstract: Paul Seidel

14:00-14:30  Coffee break (30 minutes)

14:30-14:45  Hiroshi Ikuta
In-situ Growth of Superconducting LnFeAs(O,F) (Ln=Nd, La) Thin Films byMolecular Beam Epitaxy
Abstract: Hiroshi Ikuta
14:45-15:00  Guillaume Lang
New challenges in iron-based superconductors: Understanding and tuning theelectronic properties
Abstract: Guillaume Lang
15:00-15:15  Tsuyoshi Tamegai
Impact of high-energy particle irradiations into iron-pnictide superconductors
Abstract: Tsuyoshi Tamegai
15:15-15:30  Carlo Ferdeghini
Abstract: Carlo Ferdeghini, Marina Putti

15:30  Closing

Absentees on that day
                   Taichiro Nishio

                   Dirk Johrendt
Carmine Senatore, René Flükiger

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