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Welcome to the 16th International Superconductive Electronics Conference, ISEC 2017, to be held June 12 – 16, 2017 in Sorrento, Italy
The 16th edition of the International Superconductive Electronics Conference (ISEC 2017) will be held in Sorrento (Napoli), a unique historical town and a very attractive resort situated in one of the most beautiful Mediterranean coastline.
Along with the traditional topics, ISEC2017 will host sessions on more innovative, cutting-edge ones, including hybrids with unconventional pairing as well as quantum topological properties toward novel electronic solutions, interface states in topological superconductors, and insulators interfaced to superconductors.
Industrial and technological applications will receive particular attention in a wide dedicated exhibition area.
The social programme will entail a Welcome Cocktail and a conference dinner, and a rich excursion program will be offered to accompanying people.
The ISEC 2017 Conference will be organized in collaboration with CNR SPIN, IEEE CSC, University of Napoli Federico II and University of Salerno.
Save the date, we will be pleased to meet you there!
Chair of ISEC 2017
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Abstract submission opening:
1 Dicember 2016
Abstract submission deadline:
24 January 2017
extended to 7 February 2017
Extended Abstract submission deadline:
7 April 2017
Notification of abstract acceptance:
3 March 2017
1 April 2017Sorrento Hightlights
KEY DISCUSSION TOPICS
- SQUID Magnetometry
- Digital Applications and Technology
- Memory for Superconducting Applications
- Superconducting Detectors
- Readouts & Detectors
- Innovative Technologies: mwaves, Spintronics, & Opt Cryocoolers
- Quantum Technologies
- Materials & Fabrication
Possible innovative topics…
- Impact and exploitation in nano-electronics of novel superconducting hybrids with unconventional pairing as well as quantum topological properties
- Spin-triplet pairing in S-F hetero-structures and hybrids based on unconventional pairing
- Interface states in topological superconductors and insulators interfaced to SCs
- Odd frequency generated superconductivity
- Future: Spin-mixing phenomena in superconductors, organic superconductors