Event

MagMatApp’17: Magnetic Materials for the Optimisation of Motors, Generators and other Advanced Applications

UKMagSoc

MagMatApp'17

Oct 4th 2017 - Oct 5th 2017

Hanau, Germany

Updated 15/06/17

Advanced magnetic materials for the optimisation of motors, generators and other novel applications, in conjunction with ideas for design optimisation.

This seminar will include an informal dinner on the first night, and a visit to the Vacuumschmelze factory on the afternoon of the second day.

Chair

Mr Jeremy Tomkins, VACUUMSCHMELZE GmbH & Co KG

ACCOMODATION

An accomodation deal has been reached with the Plaza Hotel, Hanau, where the seminar is being held, at the Vacuumschmelze rate of €81.00 including breakfast.

Please contact the hotel directly to book a room, at:

  • Tel: +49 (0) 6181-3055 0

Don’t forget to mention the seminar and Vacuumschmelze to get the discounted rate.

TRAVEL

By rail, Hanau Hbf is easily reached from Frankfurt Am Main Hbf, or from Frankfurt Airport.

By air, Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is the best airport to use, not Frankfurt–Hahn Airport (HHN).

By car, Hanau is served by the A3, A45 and A66. Parking is available at the hotel for €5.00 per car per day.

DRESS CODE

The dress code for the day is business attire / smart casual.

SPONSORS

We are grateful to our sponsors:

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Speakers

Dr Kaan Ustiiner of

New grades of SmCo for high power dense motors

Dr Alexander Barcza of VACUUMSCHMELZE GmbH & Co KG

Magnetocalorics

Dr Frederik Fohr of VACUUMSCHMELZE GmbH & Co KG

New CoFe grade for high power motors

Dr Gabriela Saage of VACUUMSCHMELZE GmbH & Co KG

Melt spun alloys for high power transformers especially

Prof Geraint Jewell of University of Sheffield

Motor Topology

of AMZ

Designing motors for Formula Student

of Evolaris

Developing a special motor for electric acrobatic aircraft

Dr.-Ing. Jörn Steinbrink of Hannover University

Optimisation of Magnets for motor design using field shaping

Prof. Dr. Oliver Gutfliesch of TU Darmstadt

Materials and recycling

Dr Krispen of Siemens

Motor Topology and Materials

Others TBC of