Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline [EXTENDED]:
    28 March 2016
  • Early booking deadline for exhibitors:
    29 April 2016
  • Submission deadline for the Early Career Researcher session:
    30 June 2016
  • Early registration deadline:
    10 July 2016
  • Paper submission deadline:
    22 July 2016
  • Registration deadline:
    12 August 2016


Exhibitors





 
             

Lake Shore Cryotronics (stand 2)

www.lakeshore.com

Lake Shore Cryotronics is the leader in materials characterization over a large interval of temperatures, fields, and frequencies (from 4 K to 1273 K, mOe to 34 kOe, and DC to THz). Products include high-sensitivity magnetometers (VSMs/AGMs), Hall effect measurement systems, cryogenic probe stations, THz spectrometers, and gaussmeters/fluxmeters.





 
    

Metrolab Technology SA (Stand 3)

www.metrolab.com

Metrolab is the world leader for high precision measurement and mapping of magnetic fields. Our customers include all the major MRI system and magnet manufacturers; most accelerator, calibration, metrology, and national standards laboratories; and several commercial OEM customers.




   

ICE Oxford (Stand 4)

www.oxford.com

ICEoxford manufacture low-temperature sample environments with magnetic fields for the scientific community through-out the world. With over 150 years of cryogenic experience to call on ICEoxford is superbly positioned to supply bespoke systems that are individually tailored to suit the particular needs of specific applications. ICEoxford specialise not only in wet and dry systems, but also in customer support, spares and the refurbishments of equipment, including that of other manufacturers.





 

Mantis Deposition Ltd (stand 5)

www.mantisdeposition.com

Mantis Deposition is a specialist instrumentation company developing high quality deposition components and systems used by researchers at the forefront of thin-film device technology development. Our products are designed for all cutting-edge materials research; including magnetics, optoelectronics, energy storage and renewables, catalysis and nanoelectronics incorporating OLED, semiconductor and even new graphene-type materials.

With over 120 deposition systems delivered globally to corporate research centres, national laboratories and universities we offer comprehensive technical support for all our customers.




 
 

Rohde & Schwarz UK Ltd (stand 6)

https://www.rohde-schwarz.com

For more than 80 years, Rohde & Schwarz has stood for quality, precision and innovation in all fields of wireless communications. The privately owned company is strategically based on five pillars: test and measurement, broadcast and media, secure communications, cybersecurity, radiomonitoring and radiolocation. The electronics group, headquartered in Munich (Germany), has a global presence and is among the world market leaders in all of its business fields.




 
 

Oxford Instruments Nanoscience (stand 7)

www.oxford-instruments.com/nanoscience 

Oxford Instruments NanoScience designs, supplies and supports market-leading research tools that enable quantum technologies, new materials and device development in the physical sciences. Our tools support research down to the atomic scale through creation of high performance, cryogen free low temperature and magnetic environments, based upon our core technologies in low and ultra low temperatures, high magnetic fields and system integration, with ever-increasing levels of experimental and measurement readiness.




 

            

Cryogenic Ltd (stand 9)

www.cryogenic.co.uk       

Cryogenic Ltd leads the market in delivering high-performance superconducting magnet systems for low-temperature research. Magnet configurations (to 18 T cryogen-free, 22 T in low-loss cryostats) include solenoids, split pair, vector, UHV and beam-line magnets.

Our flagship-integrated measurement and analysis platforms are physical property characterisation systems and SQUID magnetometers, which are capable of high speed (vibrating sample or linear motor) operation. Measurements include: DC moment and AC susceptibility; specific heat, thermal transport; DC and AC electric resistivity, dielectric/capacitance and critical current. VTI sample temperature (1.6–400 K) can be augmented by helium-3 (300 mK) and dilution refrigerator inserts (10 mK), and furnace (700–1000 K) inserts.
                                                                                                     





 
 

Cryomech, Inc. (stand 10)

http://www.cryomech.com/

Cryomech, Inc. is a recognized leader in advanced cryocooler solutions for new and existing applications as requested by their unique and diverse customer base. Their distinct product line includes over 30 different types of Gifford-McMahon and Pulse Tube Cycle Cryorefrigerators. They developed the first commercial 4K PTR in 1998, the world’s first 1W 4K PTR in 2007, and the world’s first 1.5W 4K PTR in 2012. Their also impressive GM cryocoolers are the largest capacities available on the market ranging from 100W at 25K up to 600W at 80K. Cryomech’s fast and open design process allows you to remain the expert in your field of research while they manage the interface with the cryorefrigerator seamlessly. For managing liquid cryogens, Cryomech can provide six different sizes of liquid nitrogen plants, liquid helium plants with liquefaction rates of 6, 15, 22, 40 and 60 liters per day, helium reliquefiers and helium recovery systems. Cryomech recently introduced ultra low vibration cryostats for operation below 4.2K.

Key features of all Cryomech products include long mean time between maintenance cycles, high reliability and cutting edge technology. Whether you are condensing and liquefying cryogens or conductively cooling your sample, Cryomech has the appropriate cryorefrigerator for you.





 

The UK Magnetics Society (stand 11)

http://ukmagsoc.org/ 

The UK Magnetics Society supports magnetics professionals in all fields and countries.

Our membership is drawn from industry, government and academia. We focus on materials and machines, but we cover all areas of magnetics including superconductivity, spintronics, measurement, transport, medical, thin films, sensors, high fields, CAD, generation, transformers, etc.





 
 

Institute of Physics (stand 12)

http://www.iop.org 

The Institute of Physics is a leading scientific society. We are a charitable organisation with a worldwide membership of more than 50,000, working together to advance physics education, research and application.

We engage with policymakers and the general public to develop awareness and understanding of the value of physics and, through IOP Publishing, we are world leaders in professional scientific communications.





 

IOP Publishing (stand 13) 

http://ioppublishing.org

IOP Publishing provides a range of journals, books, websites, magazines, conference proceedings and services through which leading-edge scientific research is distributed worldwide.  IOP Publishing is central to the Institute of Physics, a not-for-profit society. Any financial surplus earned by IOP Publishing goes to support science through the Institute’s activities.




   

NanoMagnetics Instruments Ltd (stand 14)

http://nanomagnetics-inst.com/en

NanoMagnetics Instruments Ltd. manufactures Low Temperature Scanning Probe Microscopes (LT-SPMs) operating at 10mK-300K range, Atomic Force Microscopes(AFM),  Piezo Driven Nanopositioners working at  low temperatures (10mK-300K) and High magnetic fields (B < 45T), Hall effect and Magnetic Susceptibility Measurement Systems as well as Vibrating Sample Magnetometers(VSM).





 

LOT-QuantumDesign Ltd (stand 15)

www.lot-qd.co.uk 

LOT-QuantumDesign offer high-tech scientific instrumentation for life sciences, material characterization, cryotechnology, spectroscopy and imaging. We supply user-friendly, automated material characterization systems from Quantum Design for the fundamental science research communities.  There are four major product lines with capabilities from 50 mK to 1000 K and magnetic fields up to 16 Tesla