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The 2nd Asian Superconductivity Summer School 2017 (AS3 2017)

  Thank you for your attendance to the 2nd Asian Superconductivity Summer School (AS3 2017)

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   It is our pleasure to announce the 2nd Asian Superconductivity Summer School (AS3 2017) which will be held between Aug. 8 and 10 this year at Phoenix Seagaia Resort, Miyazaki, Japan. This is the series of summer school starting from the Japan-Korea Superconductivity Summer School in 2015 (JKSSS 2015) at Fukuoka, Japan, then extended to the 1st Asian Summer School in 2016 at Jeju island, Korea. This year it is organized by the Cryogenics and Superconductivity Society of Japan (CSSJ) in collaboration with the Korea Institute of Applied Superconductivity and Cryogenics (KIASC), the IEEE Council on Superconductivity (CSC) and Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Purpose of this summer school is to educate students and young researchers, and enhance mutual exchange among Asian superconductivity community. The three days program will cover electromagnetic issue, superconducting materials processing, power applications and cryogenics in both basic and advanced topics. All the lecturers are selected from well-known researchers in these fields. An interchange session to introduce attendee's research activities and an excursion are also included. Graduate course students and young researchers in the superconductivity and/or cryogenics area are very much welcomed. It would be also a very good opportunity for regular members to form an international network among Asia. Those who are interested in participating, please send us the registration form attached in our web-site. Note that please we may close applications if the registration reaches 100 to keep in-depth discussion in the lectures.

   We are looking forward to seeing you at Miyazaki, this summer.

Best regards,
@ Takanobu Kiss
Director of the 2nd Asian Superconductivity Summer School
Chairman of the Int'l Cooperation Committee, CSSJ