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Guide to European Superconductivity-Related Activities

Tampere University of Technology
Electromagnetics

Categories 1.0, 2.0, 6.0, 11.0
Class 1
Country Finland
Main activity -Electromagnetic characterization of LTS and HTS materials
-Superconductivity in electric power applications
-Cryogenics and stability considerations
-AC-loss modelling

Superconductivity research at TUT began in 1983. Today main emphasis of the research is in modelling of large scale applications. People of applied superconductivity group are especially skilled in stability issues and cryogenic design. Also, traditions in computational modelling of superconducting devices in normal and transient operation conditions are stout.

Since 1983 several measurement sets have been carried out and test systems have been built in international and national projects. Overview of the earlier and ongoing projects can be seen from the figure below. Click on the project balloon to see a brief project description.

In addition Institute of Electromagnetics is Finland's representative in IEA superconductivity council.


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