Magnetic Materials and Applications seminar to be held in Lucerne, Switzerland

August 19, 2014

The UK Magnetics Society’s two day seminar, Magnetic Materials and Applications, is scheduled to take place in Lucerne, Switzerland, October 28-29, 2014. An international list of speakers has been confirmed and delegates will have the chance to visit Arnold Magnetic Technology’s site in Lupfig, Switzerland.

This seminar will continue the European vein of events the Society has run over recent years, such as Vacuumschmelze in Hanau, Germany, and Aalborg University in Denmark. The seminar will bring together leading speakers from both industry and academia to report on the latest developments and trends in technology.

The seminar will be held in the Ameron Hotel in Lucerne. Speakers currently include:

  • Gerhard Martinek, Arnold Magnetic Technologies – Shaped Field Magnetics in Real World Applications
  • Urs Wyss, Arnold Magnetic Technologies – SmCo Material Development
  • Hartmut Pagel, Magsys – Magnetiser and Magnetiser Coil Design
  • Bernd Grieb, Molycorp Magnequench – On Powdered NdFeB
  • Christof Zwyssig, Celeroton – High Speed Machines
  • Magali Chaussin-Marchand, Cooltech – Magnetic Refrigeration
  • Juergen Konrad, Dickow Pumpen – Shaped Field Magnets
  • Pierre Thonet, CERN – Permanent Magnet Systems
  • Lars Hultman, Höganäs AB, Glynn Atkinson, Newcastle University – Manufacturing for High Volume / Low Cost

    Other speakers include:

  • Flemming Buus Bendixen, Grundfos
  • Ian Higgins, Less Common Metals
  • Giuseppe Pasquarella, LCD LaserCut AG

Contact Alastair Stewart at [email protected]  or+44 (0) 2920 626643


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