The ISEC conference series has established itself as the leading specialized meeting on superconductive electronics.
The series initiated in 1987 in Tokyo, Japan, and is organized every two years in USA, Europe or Japan.
This conference series has the consistent policy of holding no parallel sessions. Therefore its program is comprised of single technical sessions, which gives a unique opportunity to stimulate discussions among all the participants coming from a wide variety of superconductor-related research fields. These last range from digital electronics to sensors, detectors, SQUIDs, high-frequency applications, materials, fabrication, packaging, refrigerators, superconducting spintronics, and physics, to name but a few.
In particular, in this edition further attention will be devoted to explore the integration of superconductivity with new electronics.
Both unconventional superconducting hybrids based on and employing aspects that are derived from the quantum topological world will be touched upon, in the belief that the interface of superconductivity with other degrees of freedom (spin, orbital, charge, lattice, quantum topological states, etc.) can represent a unique knob for innovative functional devices.