Support of the Seventh U.S./Japan Workshop on High Temperature Superconductivity;, Tsukuba Science City, Tokyo,Japan; October 23-27, 1995
David Shaw Principal Investigator
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Abstract 9522597 Shaw Funds are provided to the State University of New York - Buffalo in the Support of 7th US/Japan Workshop on High- Temperature Superconductivity (HTS) during October 23-27, 1995. The objectives of the Workshop are: 1) to bring together specialists from both countries in the development of HTS; 2) to visit R&D laboratories to gain an understanding of the level of equipment and personnel support in HTS; and 3) identify the problem areas that are particularly suited for international cooperative programs to further the progress of HTS. The workshop will be held at the National Research Institute on Metals in Tsukaba, Japan on October 23-24th. The technical tour consists of three visits to key research centers/labs during October 25-27th. This is the second Workshop in Japan. The previous one was held in Houston. %%% This workshop is organized to address research issues that will advance progress in five technical areas related to national needs: 1. tapes and coils, and their applications; 2. bulk materials and applications; 3. thin-films and new materials; 4. vortex structure and critical currents; 5. theory and characterization.