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K-MEM

Kyushu University
Kyushu University 100th 2011



    Technical Program is updated in the Technical program page.

   Significant research activities have been made on superconductivity, which is expected to be a key technology driving green-innovation, in both Japan and Korea. Following up the first workshop at Busan, Korea, Feb., 2010, the 2nd Japan-Korea Superconductivity Workshop 2010 (2nd JKSW) will be held at Fukuoka Soft Research Park Center Building, Fukuoka, Japan, from October 26 to 27, 2010. The aim of JKSW is to encourage close cooperation between Japanese and Korean researchers exchanging latest knowledge and progress in superconducting material developments and power applications. The JKSW also provides a forum for young scientists and students enabling exchange their latest results and cultivating their ability as an international researcher.


Main Issue
HTS rotating machinery
- HTS motor
- HTS generator

HTS power generation application
- HTS energy storage application
    to stabilize the power fluctuation caused by renewable energy farms
    including wind- and solar-power
- HTS power generator design

HTS AC, DC power cable & FCL
- Feasibility study result
- Power delivery from renewable farm to grid

HTS wire technology
- Wire development
- Characterization


Chairperson

    Yuh Shiohara (ISTEC/iSTERA)




Organizing Committee
  • Takanobu Kiss (Kyushu University)
  • Masataka Iwakuma (Kyushu University)
  • Teruo Izumi (ISTEC)
  • Yutaka Yamada (ISTEC)

Supported by
  • International Superconductivity Technology Center; ISTEC
  • Industrial Superconductivity Technology Research Association; iSTERA
  • The Japan Society of Applied Physics; JSAP
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science; JSPS
  • Research Institute of Superconductor Science and Systems; RISS, Kyushu University
  • Knowledge-based MEchanical parts and Materials R&D Cluster Center; K-MEM R&D Center