CSC presentation library

The CSC Presentation Library exists to preserve and disseminate video lectures, discussions, and presentations from the conferences and workshops that the Council supports. Since its inception in 2012, the library has become a rich repository highlighting many of the key advancements in superconductivity and is available free of charge in collaboration with IEEE.tv.

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ASC 2020

Plenary

Quantum Engineering of Superconducting Qubits and Quantum Computers

William Oliver
Plenary

Why NMR & MRI Need Ultra-high Field Superconducting Magnets: A Biomedical Research Perspective

Joanna Long
Plenary

Particle Physics at Accelerators: Goals & Challenges

Fabiola Gianotti
Awards Ceremony

IEEE CSC Awards Ceremony

Bruce Strauss
Plenary

The Quest for Ultra-high Fields in Brain MRI: The Iseult 11.7 T Whole Body Magnet & MRI Research

Pierre Vedrine
Plenary

Construction Status of ITER and Lessons from the Manufacturing for Application of Superconductivity in Fusion Reactors

Neil Mitchell
Plenary

High-temperature Conventional Superconductivity at High Pressures

Mikhail Eremets

Community Recognition

Interview

Lemelson-MIT Student Prize Awarded to Federico Scurti

Federico Scurti

ASC 2018

IRDS

Part I - "Cramming More Qubits Onto Quantum Computers"

Paolo Gargini
IRDS

Part II - Intro - "Focus on Cryogenics & Superconductors"

Scott Holmes
IRDS

Part III - Panel Discussion

Nancy Missert , Pascal Febvre , Scott Holmes , Michael P. Frank , John Spargo , Deepnarayan Gupta , Oleg Mukhanov
Plenary

Probing the Universe with Gravitational Waves

Rainer Weiss
Plenary

New Results from the G2 Axion Dark Matter Experiment

Gray Rybka
Quantum

Superconducting Quantum Computing Research and Applications in the United States

Moe Khalil
Quantum

Quantum Technologies in Europe – The Quantum Flagship Initiative

Thomas Ortlepp
Quantum

Quantum Annealing: Current Status and Future Directions

Richard Harris
Quantum

Superconducting Quantum Computing in China

Xiaobo Zhu
Quantum

Superconducting Quantum Computing Research in Japan

Yasunobu Nakamura
Plenary

MIRAI Program and the New Super-high Field NMR Initiative in Japan

Hideaki Maeda