CSE General Meeting
The third General Meeting of the CSE will take place on September 13th, 2017, within the European Cryogenics Day at KIT (Karlsruhe, Germany).
Announcements | June 9th, 2017
The technical program of the ECD 2017 & 2nd IWC-HTS has been finalized. The meeting is now open for registration.
Careers | April 20th, 2017
The research chair Energy, Materials and Systems in the faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Twente has 3 open positions for PhD students on Applied Superconductivity. All are four-year positions that concern the development of superconducting coils and magnet systems for specific applications: particle accelerators; magnetic density separation; and high-speed linear motors.
Downloads | April 20th, 2017
From the newsletter:
This is the first newsletter of the EMPIR project ‘Implementing the new kelvin 2’ (InK2). The threeyear
project started in June 2016 and it is continuation to EMRP…
Announcements | February 14th, 2017
Peter Gifford, 68, of Syracuse, New York, passed away at home surrounded by family and friends on January 29, 2017, after a courageous battle with esophageal cancer. He was the president of Cryomech, which is a world-leading manufacturer of Gifford-McMahon and pulse tube cryocoolers. The company was founded in Syracuse in 1963 by his late father, William Gifford, the inventor of the Gifford-McMahon cryocooler and the first version of a pulse tube cryocooler.
Peter, who was born in Washington, DC, and moved to many places with his parents, finally settled with his parents in Syracuse in 1961 when Peter was 12 years old. He was a tennis champion in high school and played on the city championship high school football team. He studied physics and math at Syracuse University before graduating with a Liberal Arts degree. In 1973...
Announcements | June 20th, 2016
The second General Meeting of the Cryogenics Society of Europe took place on June 9th at CERN within the European Cryogenics Days 2016.
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Downloads | May 25th, 2016
The CSE Newsletter of February is now available for download here: