The New York State Superconductor Technology Summit, now in its third year, brings together companies, universities, and individuals from numerous fields, including superconducting and quantum computing, magnetic resonance imaging, utility-scale power, cryogenic refrigeration, and power electronics. The Summit will be held at the University at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE), and is supported by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). The organization committee is headed by MTECH Labs, and includes HYPRES Inc., SuperPower Inc., CNSE, General Electric, NYSERDA, and Philips Medical Systems. For more information, please contact Bill Wilson at MTECH.
The third annual Summit is currently scheduled for May 6-7, 2013. Two days of activities, talks, and discussions are planned. The first day will consist of tours of various facilities around the Albany area, as well as a reception at CNSE.
The second day will be held at CNSE, and will cover various topics, including materials, computing, medical, military, aerospace, and especially utility power applications. Major participants will include key utilities, national labs, federal and state officials, and members of the New York State Superconducting Cryogenic Datacenter Consortium (NY-SCDC).
The Superconductivity Summit will: