August 29, 2017: Pictures giving an indication of the conference events that took place so far can be now found here and will be updated daily.
August 23, 2017:
We are now 4 days before the conference starting next Sunday with Registration at 16:00 and Welcome Reception at 19:00, don’t miss it!
Of course there are always last minute changes in the program and we constantly update it in the Indico Timetable.
There are several ways to view the program and get access to all presentations, see the Timetable “parallel view, compact view, or abstracts view”.
Important! All oral and poster presentation have to uploaded for presentation in the Indico Timetable, preferably before the start of the conference, following these instructions.
Conference Registration is still open. Please register as soon as possible, or otherwise register on site at the desk in Amsterdam.
If you still have questions, please consult us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last but least, we wish you all a safe travel, a great Amsterdam experience and we hope to see many of you already on Sunday late afternoon.
On behalf of the International Organising Committee it is a great pleasure for us to invite you to the 25th International Conference on Magnet Technology in 2017 from August 27 to September 1 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
It is the first time that an MT conference is hosted in the Netherlands and for this event we have chosen the capital city of Amsterdam and its RAI Congress Center, both a natural and perfect choice for this event. The conference organization is a joint effort of the Applied Superconductivity and Cryogenics Laboratory at the University of Twente and the High Field Magnet Laboratory at the Radboud University Nijmegen.
The city of Amsterdam unites a vivid ambiance, a very rich cultural scenery with world famous museums, theaters and concert halls, a large variety of restaurants and pubs, and of course a lovely and historic city center with its unique setting of canals, bridges and Dutch alleys. Its compactness also means that travelling is easy with all means, but we recommend you to enjoy city and its people more intensively by using the dense network of public transport (bus, tram or metro), by rental bike or simply by foot.
We highly appreciate the long lasting collaboration with IEEE. Your papers, when accepted after peer review, will be published in the IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity.
We are confident that MT25 will meet your expectations by offering an inspiring platform for scientists, engineers and vendors in the field of magnet technology to meet, discuss and share the latest results. We look forward to warmly welcome you in Amsterdam on August 2017.
Herman ten Kate and Andries den Ouden
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