Magnetics in Space


Jan 29th 2020 - Jan 29th 2020

Updated 09/09/19

Early Registration Discount until 13 November 2019

The space sector is a rapidly growing market with unique requirements for high-quality manufacturing and magnetic measurements.

This seminar will focus on magnetic challenges and considerations in the design and manufacture of spacecraft, as well as the role of magnetics in space applications and missions. Speakers from industry and academia will cover subjects including magnetic cleanliness, attitude control and propulsion systems, in addition to talks on magnetic aspects of the JUICE, SWARM and Solar Orbiter missions.

The programme is being developed, and there’ll be more details as they’re finalised.


  • Dr Graeme Finch, NPL
  • Dr Ellie Galanis, Paragraf Ltd
  • Mr Olivier Masseglia, Bartington Instruments Ltd


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


Ferrite Level


University of Southampton

Hall effect thrusters / propulsions systems, applications in satellite constellations


Attitude control


The SWARM Mission

Imperial College

The JUICE Mission

Frenetic Magnetic
by of RAL Space

Magnetic fields in astronomy


Magnetics on Solar Orbiter


Type Standard Fee Group Discount
(3+ delegates)
Early Discount
(Register before 13/11/2019)
Member £115.00 20%20%
Non-Member £235.00 20%20%
Student / Retired Member £45.00 20%20%
Student / Retired Non-Member £75.00 20%20%
Exhibiting Member (+Delegate Fees) £95.00 20%20%
Exhibiting Non-Member (+ Delegate Fees) £145.00 20%20%
Sponsorship opportunities are available - please contact astewart@ukmagsoc.org 20%20%
Group discounts for 5+ delegates are available; please contact astewart@ukmagsoc.org 20%20%
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