Invited Speakers

Plenary evening talk

Dominique Givord

Dominque Givord

Institut Néel

Thirty years of material science applied to magnetism: discoveries and new applications

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Invited Speakers

Zhongmin Chen

Zhongmin Chen

Magnequench Technology Center

Development of RE–Fe–B melt-spun magnetic powders for high-temperature applications

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Dempsey

Nora Dempsey

CNRS and Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Institut Néel

RE-TM micro-magnets for MEMS and bio-medical applications

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Edstroem

Alexander Edström

Uppsala University

From the electronic structure theory of magnetocrystalline anisotropy to novel rare-earth free permanent magnets

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Aru Yan

Aru Yan

Ningbo Institute of Material Technology and Engineering

The effect of Ce distribution on the magnetic properties of Nd-Ce-Fe-B sintered magnets

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Felser

Claudia Felser

Max Planck Institute Chemical Physics of Solids

Heusler compounds for permanent magnets

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George Hadji

George Hadjipanayis

University of Delaware

Development of ThMn12-type compounds for permanent magnets

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Hono

Kazuhiro Hono

NIMS Tsukuba

High-coercivity Dy-free Nd-Fe-B permanent magnets

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Laura Lewis

Laura Lewis

North Eastern University Boston

Towards New FeNi-Based Permanent Magnets of High Energy Density

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Andreas Michels

Andreas Michels

University of Luxembourg

Magnetic Neutron Scattering Studies on Nd-Fe-B Magnets

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Ming Yue

Ming Yue

Beijing University of Technology

Recent progress in recycling of Nd-Fe-B permanent magnets wastes

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Sagawa

Masato Sagawa

NdFeB Corporation

The ultimate production technology of Nd-Fe-B sintered magnets

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Thomas Schrefl

Thomas Schrefl

Danube University

Coercivity in RE and MnAl(C) magnets

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Mike Vaisey

Mike Vaisey

Lynas, Australia

Delivering an environmentally responsible and traceable supply chain for rare earths

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Tetsuya

Tetsuya Shoji

Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan

Advanced Material Engineering Div.

Magnetic Materials Research for Vehicle Motor Application

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