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Magnet technology

1,000 experts convene in nearby Aix-en-Provence

The cultural heart of Aix-en-Provence, France—a triangle formed by theatre (Le Grand Théatre), dance (Le Pavillon Noir) and music (Le Conservatoire) hubs—became the centre stage last week for the world's largest gathering of magnet specialists.

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Nearly 1,000 scientists and engineers convened for the 28th International Conference on Magnet Technology (MT-28) to share the latest advances in a wide array of fields. Hundreds of presentations (713) showcased magnet applications in fusion energy, high-energy physics, medical devices and sustainable engineering. Fully 20 percent of participants were international students and 123 industrial partners set up stands in the exhibition hall.

A comprehensive report will be published in the next issue of the ITER Newsline.

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