• The Cryogenic Engineering Conference (CEC) and International Cryogenic Materials Conference (ICMC) to be jointly held at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa, Tucson, Arizona, USA. The conference program format will consist of plenary, focused, and special sessions with oral and poster presentations covering all aspects of cryogenic engineering and materials. In addition, an extensive exhibit will showcase the most up-to-date products and technologies in the cryogenic field.

    Cradled in the Tucson Mountains lies a setting that ignites the imagination and luxurious accommodations that rejuvenate the soul. The JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa is situated just west of the area archeologists refer to as the birthplace of Tucson. From its mountainside perch high above Tucson and the breathtaking Sonoran Desert, Starr Pass weaves understated luxury into the rich tapestry of southern Arizona. A brilliant blend of authentic southwest tradition and 21st Century comforts, Starr Pass exists in perfect harmony with its colorful desert environment as though it had been here for eons. This is Tucson’s premier convention destination.

  • A line of industry-standard superconducting wire offered in a variety of configurations including stabilized and non-stabilized versions has been introduced by Supercon Inc. of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.
    Supercon High Field Superconducting Wire provides a 16-18 K transition temperature and a high critical magnetic field for applications >10 Tesla. Available as stabilized or non-stabilized conductors, it can be supplied as bare or braided fiberglass insulted wire or cable.

  • Shrewsbury, MA- Supercon Inc. has manufactured and supplied production quantities of high-quality superconducting wire longer than any other firm in the world. Customers include most of the major accelerator projects. Founded by Dr. James Wong in 1962, the company has been recognized four times with the receipt of “R&D 100 Awards” for technical innovation.