The IEEE CSC publishes the IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity (TAS), with six issues per year.
The discovery that certain materials exhibit superconductivity at temperatures above 77 kelvin (minus 320 degrees Fahrenheit) in 1987 by a team of researchers at the University of Houston and the University of Alabama, led by Professor Paul C. W. Chu, now the Founding Director and Chief Scientist of the Texas Center for Superconductivity at the University of Houston (TcSUH), has been designated an IEEE Milestone in Electrical Engineering and Computing. A plaque emblematic of this designation was presented to the University of Houston at a ceremony held at the Hilton University of Houston Hotel on November 17th. Read more.
The IEEE Council on Superconductivity (CSC) is committed to promoting students and recent graduates in the field of superconductivity. Student assistance for attending conferences (registration and travel stipends), an annual fellowship, and multiple student networking & professional development events are offered. Details are found here.