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pictureAt the MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center we depend on Superconductor Week to keep us abreast of the latest and most significant developments in the field of applied superconductivity. The field is very broad, and it would be difficult to keep up with new developments without such a regular compendium. Not only do we read about topics in our direct field of application, but we are exposed to a broad spectrum of information that could open new avenues of research for us.

Joseph V. Minervini, Ph.D.
Division Head, Technology and Engineering
Plasma Science and Fusion Center
Senior Research Engineer
Nuclear Science and Engineering Department
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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