Japanese
JST Mirai-Program Kickoff Symposium

 

Japan Science and Technology Mirai-Program

Kick-off symposium on

“Extent of social implementation of super-high field NMRs and DC superconducting cables for railway systems, through advancement of joint-technology between high-temperature superconducting wires”

 
Overview
 

The purpose of this project is to develop a superconducting joint and an ultra-low resistive joint between HTS wires. A proof-of-concept (POC) study is conducted for these joints, by utilizing a persistent mode super-high field (1.3 GHz) NMR magnet and DC superconducting cables for railway systems. The joining technology is expected to advance the social implementation of superconducting apparatuses. Aspects of the project will be discussed and presented by researchers from each research field of specialty. We look forward to seeing all of you in Yokohama.

 
Sponsors:JST-Mirai Program, RIKEN NMR Facility, Cryogenics Superconductivity Society of Japan
Supports:MEXT NMR Platform
 
Organizer
 
  • Hideaki Maeda (RIKEN / JST Project Manager)
  • Jun-ichi Shimoyama (Aoyama Gakuin University)
  • Yoshinori Yanagisawa (RIKEN)
  • Yoshitaka Ishii (Tokyo Institute of Technology / RIKEN)
  • Masaru Tomita (Railway Technical Institute)
 
Information
 

“Extent of social implementation of super-high field NMRs and DC superconducting cables for railway systems, through advancement of joint-technology between high-temperature superconducting wires"

 

Date

:

1st day

:March 29, 2018 Thu Session1 :   13:00 - 17:20
 (Registration: 12:15−)
 

2nd day

:March 30, 2018 Fri Session2 :   10:00 - 14:10
 (Registration: 9:30−)
  Session3 :   14:20 - 17:40
     (Social gathering: 18:00−)

 

Venue

:

RIKEN Yokohama Campus Koryuto Hall 1F

 

1-7-22 Suehiro-cho Tsurumi-ku Yokohama-city

 [ Access ]

Language

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English

Registration Fee

:

Free (Social gathering fee at March 23 (Fri), 2018 is separate)

Capacity

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100 people    [ Applying for Social gathering is closed ]

 

Inquiries

:

Taichi Mishima (Division of Structural and Synthetic Biology, RIKEN Center for Life Science Technologies)
Email: taichi.mishima(at)riken.jp   *Please replace (at) with @.

 
Program
 
Session1: March 29, 2018 Thu

Brief introduction of the JST-Mirai program
and invited lectures on HTS magnet technology 

13:00 ~ 13:30

Opening remark and Overview of the project

H. Maeda (RIKEN / JST Project Manager)

13:30 ~ 14:20

NI magnet

S. Hahn (Seoul National University)

20min. Coffee break

14:40 ~ 15:30

Challenges and Opportunities for HTS conductors in the next few years

D. Larbalestier (NHMFL)

15:30 ~ 16:20

Bi2212 coil development

U. Trociewitz (NHMFL)

16:20 ~ 17:20

Panel discussion

17:20 ~

Laboratory Tour


Session2: March 30, 2018 Fri

Details of the JST-Mirai program

10:00 ~ 10:40

Superconducting joints between HTSs

J. Shimoyama (Aoyama Gakuin University)

10:40 ~ 11:20

1.3 GHz persistent mode NMR magnet

Y. Yanagisawa (RIKEN)

11:20 ~ 12:00

Social impact of the 1.3 GHz NMR

Y. Ishii (Tokyo Institute of Technology / RIKEN)

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch

13:00 ~ 13:40

Superconducting DC feeder cables for railway systems

M. Tomita (Railway Technical Institute)

13:40 ~ 14:10

Panel discussion

10min. Coffee break

 
Session3: March 30, 2018 Fri

Invited lectures on high field NMR measurements

14:20 ~ 15:10

1.5 GHz NMR using 36T Series-Connected-Hybrid magnet at NHMFL 

Z. Gan (NHMFL)

15:10 ~ 16:00

Real-time observation of intracellular events using in-cell NMR

N. Nishida (University of Tokyo)

16:00 ~ 16:50

[TBA]

J. P. Amoureux (Lille University of Science and Technology)

10min. Coffee break

17:00 ~ 17:30

Panel discussion

17:30 ~ 17:40

Closing remarks

18:00 ~ 20:00

Social gathering


Registration
 
Ended