Event

Magnetics in Future Energy Systems

UKMagSoc

Oct 30th 2019 - Oct 30th 2019

Durham, United Kingdom

Updated 09/10/19

A seminar looking at the future of energy generation, and the roles magnetics will play.  Delegates from industry and academia will hear about many types of generation and related subjects, including fusion, wind, and tidal energy generation, and materials, machine design, research directions and more.

The programme is being developed, and there’ll be more details as they’re finalised. A tour of Durham University’s Superconductivity facilities or a short tour of the School of Engineering including the energy conversion and wind tunnel labs will be included in the seminar.

Chairs

  • Dr Arwyn Thomas, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Ltd
  • Dr Hamed Bahmani, Durham University
  • Mr Chris Riley, Dassault Systèmes

DRESS CODE

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

TRAVEL TO DURHAM

Getting to Durham is fairly straightforward – Durham Station is on the main London to Edinburgh train line, there are good road connections and it’s about 30 minutes from Newcastle Airport.

ACCOMMODATION

There are a few hotels in Durham City Centre.  The two hotels we would suggest would be:

Durham Marriott, Old Elvet, Durham, DH1 3JN

Rates: £94.00 B&B – Please contact the hotel directly at 0191 386 6821 or use the following link – Book your group rate for UK Magnetic Society

Premier Inn, Durham City Centre, Freemans Place, Walkergate, Durham, DH1 1SW

Rates: Rooms from £82.00 – Please contact the hotel directly on 0333 777 4669

SPONSORS

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Speakers

Magnetic Properties of 6.5% Silicon Electrical Steel and its Applications
by Seiji Okabe of JFE Steel

High Performance Magnetic Materials for Sustainable Energy Applications
by Jiawei Mi of University of Hull

How Long Should We Wait for Magnetically Confined Fusion?
by Damian Hampshire of Durham University

Advances in Electrical Machine Design for Electrification
by Jonathan Godbehere of Motor Design Ltd

Superconducting Fault Current Limiters
by Xiaoze Pei of Bath University

Electrical Machine Development Trends for Transport and Energy
by Stuart Bradley of Energy Systems Catapult

Large Scale Magnetically Geared Generator
by Radu-Stefan Dragan of Magnomatics

Tidal Stream Power
by David Collier of Minesto


Programme

TimeSession TitleSession Host
09:00Registration Opens
09:45WelcomeArwyn Thomas, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Ltd
09:50Welcome to DurhamSimon Hogg, Durham University
10:00Large Scale Magnetically Geared GeneratorRadu-Stefan Dragan, Magnomatics
10:30Tidal Stream PowerMinesto
11:00Coffee
11:15Magnetic Properties of 6.5% Silicon Electrical Steel and its ApplicationsSeiji Okabe, JFE Steel
11:45High Performance Magnetic Materials for Sustainable Energy ApplicationsJiawei Mi, University of Hull
12:15Lunch
13:15Electrical Machine Development Trends for Transport and EnergyStuart Bradley, Energy Systems Catapult
13:45Advances in Electrical Machine Design for ElectrificationJonathan Godbehere,Motor Design Ltd
14:15Coffee
14:30Superconducting Fault Current LimitersXiaoze Pei, Bath University
15:00How Long Should We Wait for Magnetically Confined Fusion?Damian Hampshire, Durham University
15:30Seminar CloseHamed Bahmani, Durham University
15:40Tours of Durham University
17:00Latest Tours End

Registration

Type Standard Fee Group Discount
(3+ delegates)
Early Discount
(Register before 04/09/2019)
Member £115.00 10%N/A
Non-Member £235.00 10%N/A
Student / Retired Member £45.00 10%N/A
Student / Retired Non-Member £75.00 10%N/A
Exhibiting Member (+Delegate Fees) £95.00 10%N/A
Exhibiting Non-Member (+ Delegate Fees) £145.00 10%N/A
Sponsorship opportunities are available - please contact astewart@ukmagsoc.org to discuss the options 10%N/A
Group discounts for 5+ delegates are available; please contact astewart@ukmagsoc.org for more details 10%N/A
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