Advances on experimental and theoretical investigations toward next generation high performance permanent magnets. Both rare earth magnets and rare earth free magnets will be covered in this workshop. Benchmarking of potential magnetic properties of newly proposed magnets with respect to the existing magnets in view of the amount of natural resources and cost of raw materials and processing.
Symposium is over. Thank you all for coming.
(Group Photo at NIMS entrance)


Symposium: June 18th -19th, 2015.

Oral Session
  • 9:00 - 17:00 June 18th
  • 9:00 - 17:35 June 19th
  • Poster Session
  • 17:15 - 19:00 June 18th
  • Optional Lab. Tour
  • June 20th (prior reservation necessary)

  • Co-Chairs:
  • Kazuhiro Hono (Fellow and Director of Magnetic Materials Unit, NIMS)
  • Satoshi Hirosawa (Director of ESICMM, NIMS)
  • Takao Suzuki (University of Alabama)

  • G8 Consortium(NSF, JSPS, DFG)
  • JSPS 147th Committee

  • Chiharu Mitsumata (NIMS)

    Supported by:
  • JPS (The Physical Society of Japan)
  • MSJ (The Magnetics Society of Japan)
  • JIM (The Japan Insitute of Metals and Materials)
  • MagHEM (Technology Research Association of Magnetic Materials for High-Efficiency Motors)
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