Tevatron Milestone

IEEE Milestones Program

The IEEE Milestones program honors significant technical achievements in all areas associated with IEEE.

CSC Activities

IEEE Milestones Program

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The IEEE Milestones program honors significant technical achievements in all areas associated with IEEE.   Milestones...

Italy Chapter Hosts CSC Talk

Thu, Nov 29th, 2018

Professor Antonio Morandi of the Università di Bologna addressed the IEEE CSC Italy Chapter.   Read Summary Superc...

Superconducting Electronics Summer School

Tue, Nov 27th, 2018

Superconductivity Oral Histories

Wed, Oct 17th, 2018

“Everyone who believes himself to have made a significant discovery will admit that the first inklings had their orig...

Upcoming Conferences

Cryogenics 2019
Sun, Apr 7th, 2019

15th Cryogenics 2019

Congress Hotel Olympik
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IPAC' 19
Sun, May 19th, 2019

10th International Particle Accelerator Conference

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC)
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SNS 2019
Sun, Jun 16th, 2019

Spectroscopies in Novel Superconductors 2019

University of Tokyo, Ito International Research Center
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CEC/ICMC 2019
Sun, Jul 21st, 2019

Cryogenic Engineering Conference and the International Cryogenic Materials Conference

Connecticut Convention Center
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Featured Paper

2017 Van Duzer Prize Paper- Gambetta et al.

Sun, Nov 4th, 2018

The paper addresses the design of superconducting quantum bits (qubits) for maximum coherence. It presents a systemat...

Featured Awardee

2018 Recipient
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Susan Butler

2018 Recipient of The IEEE Max Swerdlow Award for Sustained Service to the Applied Superconductivity Community
For sustained service to the applied superconductivity community, in particular:
• for building coalitions, and unstinting support at the local, state, national, and international level for meetings and conferences to promote applied superconductivity, technically and politically;
• for outstanding encouragement and stimulation of high school and university students, teachers, and industry partners to explore applied superconductivity and help create the next generation of scientists and engineers; and
• for championing women and promoting diversity in science, technology, and business.