Justin Schwartz

Harold and Inge Marcus Dean of Engineering

Appendix III: Presentations

Plenary Talks

  1. “High Field HTS Insert Coils: Status and Key Technical Issues,” Annual Meeting of the Korean Superconductivity Society, KSS2000, Yongpyong, South Korea, August, 2000.
  2. “The How & Why of High Field Superconducting Solenoids,” 20th International Conference on Magnet Technology, Philadelphia, PA, August 30, 2007.
  3. “Progress Towards Superconducting Magnets Using High Temperature Superconductors: An Integrated Approach,” IEEE Conference on Applied Superconductivity and Electromagnetic Devices, Beijing, PRC, October 26, 2013.
  4. “Advances in Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox Superconducting Wires and Related Technologies for High Field Superconducting Magnets,” IEEE Conference on Applied Superconductivity and Electromagnetic Devices, Shanghai, PRC, November 23, 2015.

Invited Lectures – Conferences and Workshops

  1. “Effects of Lithium on the Formation Temperature and Superconducting Properties of 2212 BSCCO,” Critical Current Density and Bulk Processing of High-Tc Superconductors Workshop, Argonne National Laboratory (April 1992).
  2. “Enhanced Superconducting Behaviour in Polycrystalline 2212 BSCCO by Lithium Substitution and n+Li Reactions,” 1992 Applied Superconductivity Conference, Chicago (August 1992).
  3. “High-Tc Magnets From Powder-in-Tube Tapes,” 3rd World Congress on Superconductivity, Munich, Germany (September 1992).
  4. “PIT Processing: Hot-Rolling and High Strength Sheaths,” 4th International Conference of the World Congress on Superconductivity, Orlando (June 1994).
  5. “BSCCO Conductors for High Field NMR Applications,” NYSIS Seventh Conference on Superconductivity and Applications, Buffalo (September 1994).
  6. “Flux Pinning and Magnetic Anisotropy in Neutron Irradiated Hg-Ba-Ca-Cu-O,” 1994 Applied Superconductivity Conference, Boston (October 1994).
  7. “Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O Conductor Processing for High Field Insert Magnets,” 1995 TMS Annual Meeting, Las Vegas (February 1995).
  8. “High Temperature Superconductivity and High Magnetic Fields: Research at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory,” 7th U. S.-Japan Workshop on High-Tc Superconductivity, Tsukuba, Japan (October 1995).
  9. “Conductor Research and Development for High Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Insert Coils,” 1995 MRS Fall Meeting, Boston (November 1995).
  10. “High Temperature Superconductors for Magnetic Suspension Applications,” 3rd International Symposium on Magnetic Suspension Technology, Tallahassee (December 1995).
  11. “Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox Conductor Preparation for Insert Coils in 20 T Magnets,” 1996 TMS Annual Meeting, Anaheim (February 1996).
  12. “High Temperature Superconductors for Near-Term and Long-Term High Field Magnets,” International Workshop on High Magnetic Fields, Tallahassee (March 1996).
  13. “Improvements in Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox by Dopants,” 1997 TMS Annual Meeting, Orlando (February 1997).
  14. “Synthesis Studies of (Hg,X)Ba2Ca2Cu3Ox Superconductors,” International Workshop on Tl and Hg Based Superconducting Materials, Cambridge, United Kingdom (May 1997).
  15. “Improved Flux Pinning in Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox Powders and Powder-in-Tube Tapes Via BaO2 and MgO Additions,” 1997 International Workshop on Superconductivity, Hawaii (June 1997).
  16. “Conductor Development Activities at the NHMFL,” 8th U.S.-Japan Workshop on High-Tc Superconductivity, Tallahassee (December 1997).
  17. “High Field HTS Coil Development at the NHMFL,” The HTS/LTS for HEP Workshop, Napa (March 1998).
  18. “Progress in HTS Systems,” Workshop on Power Distribution and Management for Electric Ship Applications, Tallahassee (May 1999).
  19. “HTS: Its Potential for Future Magnet Technology,” Magnet Technology 16, Sawgrass (October 1999).
  20. “Progress in High Field BSCCO Insert Coils,” 9th U.S.-Japan Workshop on High-Tc Superconductivity, Yamanashi, Japan (October 1999).
  21. “Strain effects in 3-ply BSCCO conductors: abr compression,” Office of Naval Research Program Review (May 2000).
  22. “Progress in the Development of a 5 T Bi-2212 High Field Insert Magnet,” Cryogenic Engineering Conference/International Cryogenic Materials Conference, Madison (July 2001).
  23. “Stability and Quench Protection of YBCO Wires and Coils,” U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Superconductivity Program for Electrical Power Systems, 2002 Annual Peer Review, Washington, D.C. (July 2002).
  24. “Magneto-Optical Imaging of Strain-Induced Cracks in BSCCO and YBCO Conductors,” 2002 Applied Superconductivity Conference, Houston (August 2002).
  25. “HTS Materials R&D in the Center for Advanced Power Systems: Strain Effects and AC losses in Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O and MgB2 Superconductors,” CAPS Workshop, Tallahassee (August 2002).
  26. “Stability and Quench Propagation of HTS Conductors,” 2002 CHATS Workshop, Karlsruhe, Germany (September 2002).
  27. “Normal Zone Creation and Propagation in YBCO Coated Conductors,” U.S. Department of Energy Coated Conductor Workshop, St. Petersburg, FL (January 2003).
  28. “Magneto-Optical Imaging with Strain,” Air Force Office of Scientific Research Coated Conductor Program Review, St. Petersburg, FL (January 2003).
  29. “10 Things I Hate about Coated Conductors,” MURI Coated Conductor Workshop, Madison, WI (June 2003).
  30. “Stability and Quench Protection of YBCO Wires and Coils” U.S. Department of Energy, Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Superconductivity Program for Electrical Power Systems, 2003 Annual Peer Review, Washington, D.C. (July 2003).
  31. “Magneto-Optical Imaging of High Temperature Superconductors Under Tensile Strain” NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Magneto Optical Imaging, Oystese, Norway (August 2003).
  32. “Bi-2212 High Field Insert Coils,” 2003 Low Temperature Superconductor Workshop, Monterey, CA (November 2003).
  33. “Magnetic Field Processing and Growth,” National High Magnetic Field Laboratory Retreat, Tallahassee, FL (January 2004).
  34. “Effects of Magnetic Field Processing on the Microstructure and Properties of Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8 Superconducting Tapes,” International Workshop on Materials Analysis & Processing in Magnetic Fields, Tallahassee, FL (March 2004).
  35. “Superconductivity,” Project Superconductivity Teacher-Scientist Workshop, Jacksonville, FL (October 2004).
  36. “Quench Protection & Stabilization: How Conductors Respond to Disturbances,” U.S. Department of Energy Wire Workshop, St. Petersburg, FL (January 2005).
  37. “Quench Behavior in Coated Conductors,” AFOSR Coated Conductor Program Review, Orlando, FL (January 2005).
  38. “Experimental Studies of Normal Zone Behavior in Coated Conductors,” Quench Protection Workshop, Orlando, FL (January 2005).
  39. “High Field HTS Magnets: Past, Present and Future … on the Road to 30 T,” 30 T High Resolution Magnet for NMR Spectroscopy and Imaging Workshop, Tallahassee, FL (July 2005).
  40. “High Temperature Superconductors for Accelerators,” Workshop on Accelerator Magnet Design and Optimization, Geneva, Switzerland (April 2006).
  41. “Quenching and Fatigue in As-Synthesized and Damaged YBCO Coated Conductors or Understanding Failure is the Path to Success!” Stanford-Wisconsin Workshop on Coated Conductors, Palo Alto, CA (April 2006).
  42. “Engineering Issues for YBCO Coated Conductors: Electromechanical and Quench Behavior,” International Conferences on Modern Materials & Technologies, Acireale, Sicily, Italy (June 2006).
  43. “Relationships Between Conductor Damage, Quenching & Electromechanical Behavior in YBCO Coated Conductors (and Bi2212 too),” 2006 Applied Superconductivity Conference, Seattle (August 2006).
  44. “Superconductivity,” Project Superconductivity Teacher-Scientist Workshop, Seattle, WA (September 2006).
  45. “Quench Propagation Behavior & Other Failure Issues in Bi2212,” Bi2212 Workshop/LTSW, Tallahassee, FL (November 2006).
  46. “Next Generation Superconductors for Accelerator Magnets,” 2007 Particle Accelerator Conference, Albuquerque, NM (June 2007).
  47. “The How and Why of High Field Superconducting Solenoids,” 20th International Conference on Magnet Technology (plenary), Philadelphia, PA (August 2007).
  48. “Issues for High Field Superconducting Magnets using High Temperature Superconductors,” 2007 European Conference on Applied Superconductivity, Brussels, Belgium (September 2007).
  49. “Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox Coils: Past and Present (and Future!),” Pioneering High Magnetic Fields Symposium, Tallahassee, FL (March 2008).
  50. “The Next Generation of High Field Magnets at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory & Magnetic Field Processing of Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox,” 3rd International Workshop on Materials Analysis and Processing in Magnetic Fields, Tokyo, Japan (May 2008).
  51. “Status of HTS Magnets, and the conductors they depend upon,” EuCARD – HE-LHC’10 AccNet mini-workshop on a “High-Energy LHC”, Malta (October 2010).
  52. “The Role of the Nanoscale in the Success of Large-Scale High Temperature Superconductors,” International Symposium on Advances in Nanostructured Materials and Applications, Materials Science & Technology, Columbus (October 2011).
  53. “HTS for High Field HEP Magnets: Are we half-way there yet?” Low Temperature High Field Superconductor Workshop, Providence, Rhode Island (November 2011).
  54. “Quench in HTS Magnets” Workshop on Accelerator Magnet, Superconductor Design and Optimization, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland (January 2013).
  55. “Quench Protection Modeling” Naval Applied Superconductivity Program Review, Philadelphia, PA (June 2013).
  56. “High Field Magnets using High Temperature Superconductors: Progress and Challenges,” 2013 European Conference on Applied Superconductivity, Genova, Italy (September 2013).
  57. “Ag-Al alloys: An Enabling Technology for Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox Superconducting Wires,” IEEE International Conference on Applied Superconductivity and Electromagnetic Devices, Beijing, China (October 2013).
  58. “Understanding Degradation and Failure in Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox Conductors through Experiment and Computation,” Spring Meeting of the Materials Research Society, San Francisco (April 2014).
  59. “Direct and Inverse Design Optimization of Magnetic Alloys with Minimized Use of Rare Earth Elements,” Aerospace Materials for Extreme Environments, Arlington, VA (May 2014).
  60. “Key Issues for Advancing High Field Superconducting Magnets: Quench Detection, Degradation Limits, and Ancillary Technology Development,” 2014 Kyoto Workshop on HTS Magnet Technology for High Energy Physics – The 2nd Workshop on Accelerator Magnet in HTS, Kyoto, Japan (November 2014).
  61. “Optical Fibers for Quench Detection,” 3rd Workshop on Accelerator Magnets in HTS (WAMHTS-3), Lyon, France (September 2015).
  62. “Heterogeneous Materials Systems for Reconfigurable Electronics via Templating,” 2016 AFOSR Reconfigurable Electronics Working Group, Arlington, VA (May 2016).
  63. “Rayleigh-scattering Interrogated Optical Fibers (RIOF) for HTS Quench Detection & Other Sensing Needs,” U.S. Magnet Development Program Workshop, Napa, CA (February 2017).
  64. “Rayleigh-scattering Interrogated Optical Fibers (RIOF) for Quench Detection,” The 2017 Low Temperature/High Field Superconductor Workshop LTSW/HFSW2017, Santa Fe, NM (March 2017).

Seminars

  1. “High Field Superconducting Magnets for Fusion,” University of Illinois at Urbana, Department of Nuclear Engineering (September 1989).
  2. “A Superconducting Tour of Japan – Applied Superconductivity Research in Japanese Government, Private and University Research,” University of Illinois at Urbana, Department of Nuclear Engineering (October 1990).
  3. “Japanese Research in Superconducting Materials and Magnet Applications, A View from Within (and Without), “Argonne National Laboratory, Energy Systems Division (November 1990).
  4. “Superconducting Magnetic Levitation (MAGLEV) – High Speed Transportation for the Year 2000,” Champaign County Chamber of Commerce, Transportation Committee (December 1991).
  5. “Effects of Li Doping on Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox,” National Research Institute for Metals, Tsukuba, Japan (March 1992).
  6. “Progress and Directions in High-Tc Superconducting Materials and Magnets,” Florida State University, Department of Mechanical Engineering and the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (December 1992).
  7. “The Superconductivity Revolution – Are We Near The Promised Land or Tales from the Front,” Los Alamos National Laboratory, Superconductivity Technology Center (July 1993).
  8. “High-Tc Superconductivity at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory,” National Research Institute for Metals, Tsukuba, Japan (March 1994).
  9. “Superconductivity Research at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory,” American Institute of Chemical Engineers, (September 1994).
  10. “Towards a Practical High-Tc Superconducting Conductor,” Florida State University Materials Research and Technology Center, (February 1995).
  11. “BiSrCaCuO and HgBaCaCuO Research at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory,” Argonne National Laboratory, Energy Technology Division (July 1995)
  12. “The Worst (Best) Talk You’ll Ever Hear (Give) … The Dos and Don’ts of a Scientific Seminar,” National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Florida State University (December 1995).
  13. “Applied HTS Research and Development Activities at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory,” National Research Institute for Metals, Tsukuba, Japan (October 1997).
  14. “High Field HTS Insert Coils: Status and Key Technical Issues,” Korean Institute of Machinery and Materials, South Korea (August 2000).
  15. “YBCO Coated Conductor Development: Magneto-Optical and Microstructural Characterization of Coated Conductors,” AFOSR Plasma Dynamics for Aerospace Applications, Theme Kick-Off Meeting, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (May 2001).
  16. “CAPS HTS Programs: Strain Effects and AC losses in Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O Superconductors,” CAPS Industrial Advisory Board Meeting, Tallahassee (May 2002).
  17. “MOI of YBCO, TBCCO and HBCCO w/ and w/out strain,” AFOSR Coated Conductor Review, Madison (May 2002).
  18. “An Overview of the Center for Advanced Power Systems and its HTS Activities: Conductor R&D,” American Superconductor Corporation (May 2002).
  19. “High Temperature Superconductors for Magnet Applications: Materials, Mechanics, and Systems,” Department of Mechanical Engineering, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering (October 2002).
  20. “What We Did Over Our Summer Vacation, or … How to Break World Records with High Field HTS Insert Magnets,” Department of Electrical Engineering, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering (November 2003).
  21. “HTS R&D for Magnet Applications at Florida State University,” Slovakian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Electrical Engineering (November 2003).
  22. “Superconductivity,” REU & RET Colloquium, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (June 2005).
  23. “The Best (Worst) Talk You’ll Ever Give: The Dos and Don’ts of a Scientific Seminar,” REU & RET Colloquium, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (June 2005).
  24. “High Temperature Superconductors: How they fail, and how they might yet succeed,” Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering (August 2005).
  25. “High Temperature Superconductors: How they fail, and how they might yet succeed,” Georgia Institute of Technology, Materials Council Seminar Series (October 2005).
  26. “High Temperature Superconductors: How they fail, and how they might yet succeed,” Arizona State University, Fulton School of Engineering (February 2006).
  27. “High Temperature Superconductors: How they fail, and how they might yet succeed,” Polytechnic University (Brooklyn), Department of Mechanical Engineering (March 2006).
  28. “What Limits the Performance & Lifetime of Superconducting Materials & Systems?” Georgia Institute of Technology, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (September 2007).
  29. “21st Century Challenges and Opportunities in Nuclear Engineering,” Purdue University, School of Nuclear Engineering (February 2009).
  30. “Advanced Materials for a Sustainable Energy Future: How Advanced Oxides Are Helping to Create the 21st Century Smart Grid,” Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Mechanical Engineering (February 2009).
  31. “What Limits the Performance & Lifetime of Superconducting Materials & Systems?” Tulane University, Department of Physics and Engineering Physics (March 2009).
  32. “What Limits the Performance & Lifetime of Superconducting Materials & Systems?” University of Delaware, Department of Mechanical Engineering (March 2009).
  33. “What Limits the Performance & Lifetime of Superconducting Materials & Systems?” North Carolina State University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering (April 2009).
  34. “What Limits the Performance & Lifetime of Superconducting Materials?” University of Twente (Netherlands), Low Temperature Division (June 2009).
  35. “Understanding performance limiting issues of superconducting materials for high current, high magnetic field devices,” ASM International, Carolinas Central Chapter (September 2010).
  36. “Understanding performance limiting issues of superconducting materials for high current, high magnetic field devices,” MRS Local Chapter meeting, Raleigh, NC (November 2010).
  37. “Understanding performance limiting issues of superconducting materials for high current, high magnetic field devices,” Virginia Tech, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Blacksburg, VA (November 2011).
  38. “Quench detection and protection: the final hurdles to wide-spread implementation of HTS-based magnet systems,” University of Houston, Texas Center for Superconductivity at the University of Houston, Houston, TX (May 2013).
  39. “25+ years of high temperature superconductivity: the long road from discovery to magnet systems,” Universite Paris Sud, Centre de Spectrometrie Nucleaire et de Spectrometrie de Masse, Paris, France (June 2013).
  40. “25+ years of high temperature superconductivity: the long and winding road from discovery to magnet systems,” Drexel University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Philadelphia, PA (May 2014).
  41. “25+ years of high temperature superconductivity: the long and winding road from discovery to magnet systems,” University of Texas, Texas Materials Institute, Austin, TX (September 2015).