Sponsors

We invite sponsorship from companies wishing to raise their profile within the community and increase their visibility at the School. Please visit the Sponsorship Opportunities web page for further information on the benefits of sponsoring the 4th Superconductivity Summer School.

The organisers gratefully acknowledge sponsorship from the following organisations:



The Oxford Centre for Applied Superconductivity

www.cfas.ox.ac.uk
 
Oxford has a long tradition of pursuing the exciting world of superconductivity and our Centre reflects the direct engagement between research and industry to prepare the technological and fundamental advances of the future. Our Superconductivity Hub is a joint project between the Materials Department and the Physics Department of the University of Oxford and the local industrial partners and research centres with interests in future applications of superconducting materials. Our Centre aims to pursue projects that can lead to future technologies and lead to the discovery of novel superconducting materials.


Cobham Technical Services

www.cobham.com



The European Society for Applied Superconductivity (ESAS)

www.esas.org

ESAS brings together scientists and engineers working in applied superconductivity across both industry and academia in Europe. The society most notably organises the biennial European Conference on Applied Superconductivity (EUCAS) but is also involved in a growing range of other activities aimed at promoting the field of applied superconductivity.



Oxford Instruments

www.oxford-instruments.com

Oxford Instruments NanoScience designs, manufactures and supplies market-leading research tools that enable quantum technologies, new materials and device development in the physical sciences. Our tools are used for creating high performance, cryogen free low temperature and magnetic environments, based upon our core technologies in low and ultra-low temperatures, high magnetic fields and system integration.

Key dates

  • Early registration deadline:
    8 June 2016
  • Registration deadline [extended]:
    12 July 2016