Sep 22 – 27, 2019
Hyatt Regency Hotel Vancouver
Canada/Pacific timezone

Submission Categories (tracks)

Scope of the Conference

The MT26 Conference is the most important international forum addressing all aspects of magnet research, development, construction, testing, and operation.

The objective of the conference is to provide a forum for the exchange of coil and magnet related technology as well as design and analysis techniques, to diffuse in the scientific community new applications for coils and magnets, to provide an exchange between research activities and industrial applications, and to encourage professional scientists and engineers to follow careers in magnet technology and its applications.

The subject of the conference is the technology associated with the construction of coils and magnets. Coils can be part of devices for power, energy, transport and other applications. Magnets for generating magnetic field can either be of electro-magnetic nature comprising turns of a current carrying conductor or be of a permanent magnetic material.

The scope includes structural and insulating materials, superconducting materials, normal conducting materials, cooling technology including cryogenics, power technology, design and analysis, instrumentation and measurement techniques, testing and operational experience.

  • Publications related to the magnet-supporting technologies must contain sufficient description of the magnet device itself, or address specific issues of the interfacing the magnet unit or component with the rest of system, or description of the uniqueness about a magnet or its component for the particular system application.

  • Generic study of a non-magnet technology, system or device that fail to incorporate at least one of the criteria above might or might not be accepted for presentation at the Magnet Technology Conference.

  • A01 - Superconducting Accelerator Magnets

  • A02 - Resistive Accelerator Magnets

  • A03 - Wigglers and Undulators

  • A04 - Fast cycling Accelerator Magnets

  • A05 - Particle Detector Magnets

  • B01 - Superconducting Magnets for Fusion

  • B02 - Resistive Magnets for Fusion

  • C01 - Superconducting and Hybrid High-Field Magnets

  • C02 - Resistive and Pulsed High-Field Magnets

  • C03 - HTS Insert and Model Magnets

  • D01 - Magnets for NMR

  • D02 - Magnets for MRI

  • D03 - Magnets for other Medical and Biological Applications

  • E01 - Motors

  • E02 - Generators

  • E03 - Wind, Wave, and Tidal Generators

  • E04 - Levitation and Magnetic Bearings

  • E05 - Energy Storage / SMES

  • E06 - Transformers and Fault Current Limiters

  • E07 - Magnetic Separation

  • E08 - Space Applications

  • E09 - Novel and Other Applications

  • F01 - Low Tc Wires and Cables

  • F02 - MgB2 and Iron-based Wires and Cables

  • F03 - ReBCO Wires and Cables

  • F04 - Other High Tc Wires and Cables

  • F05 - Cable-in-Conduit and other Internally Cooled Conductors

  • F06 - Joints between Superconductors

  • F07 - Current Leads, Links, and Bus bars

  • F08 - Structural Materials for Magnets

  • F09 - Electrical Insulation for Magnets

  • F10 - Other Magnet Components

  • G01 - Quench Detection and Protection Systems

  • G02 - Quench and Normal-Zone Behavior

  • G03 - Stability of Conductors and Coils

  • G04 - Losses in Conductors and Coils

  • G05 - Magnetization and Field Quality

  • G06 - Mechanical Behavior and Stress

  • G07 - Multiphysics Design and Analysis

  • G08 - Novel Diagnostics and other Techniques

  • G09 - Small Test and Model Coils

  • G10 - Conductor and Coil Test Facilities

  • H01 - Cryostats and Cryogenics

  • H02 - Power Supplies and Flux Pumps

  • H03 - Other Associated Technologies