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Concluding Remarks. Some Numbers Participants (pre – registered) 721 On site 148 Exhibitors 90 (33 Companies) Companions 50 Organization 46 TOTAL 1.055.

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1 Concluding Remarks

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3 Some Numbers Participants (pre – registered) 721 On site 148 Exhibitors 90 (33 Companies) Companions 50 Organization 46 TOTAL % F 90% M Excluding companions

4 Some Numbers Participants from 40 different Countries 27% 2% 10% 60% 1%

5 Participants Some Numbers Exhibitors From Europe … Belgium Czech Republic Denmark Germany Italy Russia Switzerland The Netherlands United Kingdom Armenia Austria Belgium Croatia Denmark Finland France Germany Italy The Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Slovakia Spain Sweden Switzerland Ukraine United Kingdom

6 Some Numbers From Asia… China Georgia Israel Japan Saudi Arabia South Korea Taiwan Turkey United Arab Emirates Japan China Taiwan Turkey Participants Exhibitors

7 Some Numbers From America… Argentina Brazil Canada Mexico Peru USA USA20 98 Participants Exhibitors

8 Some Numbers From Africa…From Oceania… Participants Algeria Egypt South Africa Participants Australia New Zealand 11 3 Exhibitors New Zealand4 18 7

9 Japan -14% Italy +26% Russia +36% DE -17% USA -20% China +270% UK -50% NEW ENTRIES

10 scheduledpresented Plenary77 Invited talks23 Oral talks % Posters % Chairs % Some Numbers

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12 The Institutions involved:

13 CNR-DSFTM With the support of:

14 International Advisory Committee: Joachim Bock, Nexans Superconductors, Germany Alex I. Braginski, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany Pierluigi Bruzzone, EPFL, Switzerland Archie Campbell, University of Cambridge, UK David Cardwell, University of Cambridge, UK Jeonwook Cho, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, Keri, Korea Antonio Della Corte, ENEA Frascati, Italy Arnaud Devred, ITER Cadarache, France Shi Xue Dou, University of Wollongong, Australia John H. Durrell, University of Cambridge, UK Pascal Febvre, Universitè de Savoie, France Carlo Ferdeghini, CNR-SPIN Genoa, Italy Rene Flükiger, University of Geneva, Switzerland Herbert Freyhardt, Universitaet Goettingen, Germany Fedor Gömory, Slovak Academy of Science, Slovakia Ali Gencer, Ankara University, Turkey Bartek A. Glowacki, University of Cambridge, UK Michael Green, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA Bernhard Holzapfel, IFW Dresden, Germany Gye-Won Hong, Korea Polytechnic University, Korea Hideo Hosono, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Peter Kes, Leiden University, The Netherlands Hiroaki Kumakura, NIMS, Japan David Larbalestier, Florida State University, USA Yanwei Ma, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Judith MacManus-Driscoll, University of Cambridge, UK Alexis Malozemoff, American Superconductor Corporation consultant, USA Kaname Matsumoto, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan Victor Moshchalkov, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium Karl Alexander Muller, University of Zurich, Switzerland Masato Murakami, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan Mathias Noe, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany Xavier Obradors, ICMAB CSIC, Spain Hiroyuki Ohsaki, University of Tokyo, Japan Roberto Penco, PRD sas consultancy, Italy Giampiero Pepe, CNR - Spin Università di Napoli, Italy Tanja Prikhna, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine Teresa Puig, ICMAB CSIC, Spain Marina Putti, University of Genoa, Italy Horst Rogalla, University of Twente, The Netherlands Lucio Rossi, CERN, Switzerland GianLuca Sabbi, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA Ludwig Schultz, IFW Dresden, Germany Justin Schwartz, North Carolina State University, USA Paul Seidel, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany Jun-ichi Shimoyama, University of Tokyo, Japan Yuh Shiohara, ISTEC, Japan Michael Siegel, University of Karlsruhe, Germany Bruce Strauss, United States DOE, USA Marcel Ter Brake, University of Twente, The Netherlands Pascal Tixador, CNRS, France Ruggero Vaglio, CNR –SPIN and University of Naples, Italy Philippe Vanderbemden, Université de Liège, Belgium Vitaly Vysotsky, Russian Scientific R&D Cable Institute (VNIIKP), Russia Harald Weber, TU Wien, Austria Harold Weinstock, AFOSR, USA Dag Winkler, Chalmers, Sweden Xin Yao, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

15 Materials Giuseppe Balestrino, University of Rome 2 and CNR-SPIN, Italy, co- chair David Cardwell, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom Enrico Giannini, University of Geneva, Switzerland Bernarhd Holzapfel, IFW, Dresden, Germany Dirk Johrendt, University of Munich, Germany Xavier Obradors, ICMAB, Barcelona, Spain August Yurgens, Chalmers University, Sweden Harald Weber, Technische Universitaet, Wien, Austria Wires, Tapes and Conductors Gianni Grasso, Columbus Superconductors, Italy, co-chair Bernardo Bordini, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland Giuseppe Celentano, ENEA, Frascati, Italy Bartek Glowacki, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom Wilfried Goldacker, KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany M'hamed Lakrimi, Siemens, Oxford, United Kingdom Andrea Malagoli, CNR-SPIN, Genoa, Italy Mark Rikel, Nexans Superconductors, Germany Carmine Senatore, University of Geneve, Switzerland Program Committee Large scale applications Pasquale Fabbricatore, INFN, Genoa, Italy, co-chair Kathleen Amm, GE Global Research Center, Niskayuna, USA Pierluigi Bruzzone, CRPP-SC PSI Villigen, Switzerland Fedor Gomory, IEEE Bratislava, Slovakia Xavier Granados, ICMAB, Barcellona, Spain Francois Kircher, CEA Saclay, France Antonio Morandi, University of Bologna, Italy Stefano Sgobba, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland Pascal Tixador, CNRS Grenoble, France Ezio Todesco, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland Vitaly Vysotsky, Russian Scientific R&D Cable Institute, Moskow, Russia Electronics Sergio Pagano, University of Salerno and CNR-SPIN, Italy, co- chair Kenji Enpuku, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan Pascal Febvre, University of Savoie, France Flavio Gatti, University of Genoa, Italy Valery Koshelets, IRE RAS, Moscow, Russia Francesco Marsili, NIST, Boulder, USA Hans Georg Meyer, IPHT, Jena, Germany Oleg Mukhanov, HYPRES Inc, Elmsford, USA Michael Siegel, KIT, Karlshrue, Germany Dag Winkler, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

16 Emilio BellingeriCNR-SPIN GenoaConference Abstract Book Editor Valeria BracciniCNR-SPIN GenoaConference Booklet Editor Marco CampaniCNR GenoaAbstract submission Manager Alberto MartinelliCNR-SPIN GenoaResponsible for Visa invitation letter Cristina BerniniCNR-SPIN GenoaResponsible for Poster sessions Maurizio VignoloCNR-SPIN GenoaResponsible for Poster sessions Riccardo MusenichINFN GenoaExhibition Manager Stefania FarinonINFN GenoaEditor in chief of JPCS proceedings Gianrico LamuraCNR-SPIN GenoaJPCS editor for Electronics Andrea MalagoliCNR-SPIN GenoaJPCS editor for Wires and Tapes Ilaria PallecchiCNR-SPIN GenoaJPCS editor for Materials Marco RaimondoCNR-SPIN GenoaResponsible for technical services Alessandro BrunengoINFN GenoaResponsible for technical services Andrea BersaniINFN GenoaResponsible for technical services Roberta De DonatisCNR GenoaResponsible for budget Daniele MarrèUniversity of GenoaResponsible for budget Davide NardelliColumbus SuperconductorsGeneral organization Paolo CiociaCNR-SPIN GenoaGeneral organization Luca PezzoniHofima GenoaPress office Francesca GoriniCNR GenoaPress office Organizing Committee:

17 Microphone boys & girls Hostess Photographer

18 Michela Tizzani

19 Mariachiara Lupi

20 ThankS for coming !

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