Magnetic Measurement and Sensors


Mar 21st 2019 - Mar 22nd 2019

Billund, Denmark

Updated 13/02/19

This two-day event will focus on measurements in the field of magnetics. New techniques exploiting the ability to pick up low level signals have been turned into robust sensors and systems and introduced in many different industrial settings performing on-line quality assessment of processes and materials. Secondly, the magnetic materials themselves need to be quality tested using both conventional and new methods. Science in the area keeps on developing, yielding new opportunities for in-sight and products.

This event will bring together both academic and industrial participants to discuss state-of-the-art techniques in magnetic measurements and sensors, and demonstrate how measurements on magnets are used, e.g., for quality control.

The delegate fee includes entry to both days, the informal dinner, and to a technical tour of the LEGO facility at Billund – a more in depth look than the LEGO Inside Tour.


  • Dr Nikolaj Zangenberg, DTI
  • Dr Graeme Finch, NPL
  • Mr Olivier Masseglia, Bartington Instruments, Ltd
  • Dr Flemming Buus Bendixen, Sintex


Getting to Billund is simple from across Denmark, and Europe.

Bus and Train

Billund can be reached by bus from Vejle, Kolding, Esbjerg, Horsens, Aarhus and Vejen. From Copenhagen to Billund is also easy – take the train from Copenhagen to Vejle and from Vejle by bus to Billund.


Fly to Billund International Airport from many domestic and international airports.


LEGO House, Billund, Denmark


Thu 10:00 Registration opens

Thu 10:45 Welcome

Thu 12:00 Lunch

Thu 13:00-18:00 Day 1 programme

Thu 19:00 Dinner

Fri 8:30-13:00 Day 2 programme

Fri 13:00 Lunch

Fri 14:00-16:00 possible tour of LEGO facility


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


Luc Van Bockstal of Metis Instruments & Equipment n.v.

Accurate 3-axis Measurement of Inhomogeneous Magnetic Fields
by Dragana Popovic Renella of Senis

Stefan Siebert of Brockhaus Messtechnik GmbH & Co

Magnetisation Process of Permanent Magnet Target for Magnetic Sensors Application
by Stefano Tizianel of Laboratorio Elletrofisico

Kristoffer Mohr of Airborne Instruments

Building Your Magnetic Field Mapper with LEGO
by Philip Keller of Metrolab Technology SA

Science and Technology Aspects of the SWARM Mission
by José M.G. Merayo of Technical University of Denmark, National Space Institute


Type Standard Fee Group Discount
(3+ delegates)
Expression of interest in Magnetic Measurement and Sensors 10%
Member £195.00 10%
Non-Member £245.00 10%
Student / Retired Member £95.00 10%
Student / Retired Non-Member £145.00 10%
Exhibiting Member (+Delegate Fees) £95.00 10%
Exhibiting Non-Member (+ Delegate Fees) £145.00 10%
Sponsorship opportunities are available - please contact astewart@ukmagsoc.org to discuss the options 10%
Group discounts for 5+ delegates are available; please contact astewart@ukmagsoc.org for more details 10%
Register to attend this event