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European Magnetic Sensors and Actuators Conference

Stan Zurek, European Magnetic Sensors and Actuators Conference, Encyclopedia-Magnetica.com, {accessed on 2019-10-23}
The logo of EMSA 2004 emsa_logo_magnetica.jpg

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A “goodie bag” given to participants of 5th EMSA (2004) emsa_bag_magnetica.jpg

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European Magnetic Sensors and Actuators Conference (EMSA) (also European Conference on Magnetic Sensors and Actuators) - a conference organised biannually (usually in July) by various European universities. There are around 100 international participants.1)

The conference does not have a permanent website and the local organising committee is responsible for hosting website for each edition, as well as creating a new logo.2)

The scientific and technical papers can be delivered as oral or poster presentations. The full papers are published in various journals, depending on the local organising committee. For instance, peer-reviewed papers from EMSA 2002 and 2004 were published in Sensors and Actuators A-Physical3) and from EMSA 2014 in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics.4)

Scope of the conference

International organising committee

In 2014 the members of the international organising committee were:

  • Evangelos Hristoforou (Greece) - chairman
  • Jose M. Barandiaran (Spain)
  • Horia Chiriac (Romania)
  • Naim Derebasi (Turkey)
  • Christophe Dolabdjian (France)
  • Turgut Meydan (UK)
  • Petr Nikitin (Russia)
  • Radivoje S. Popovic (Switzerland)
  • Antonin Platil (Czech Republic)
  • Thomas Reininger (Germany)
  • Manuel Vazquez (Spain)

Previous conferences

  • 1st, 1996, organised by National Institute of Research & Development for Technical Physics, held in Iasi, Romania
  • 2nd, 1998, by The University of Sheffield, held in Sheffield, UK
  • 3rd, 2000, by Institut für Elektrotechnik, Technische Universität Dresdnen, held in Dresden, Germany
  • 4th, 2002, by National Technical University of Athens, held in Athens, Greece
  • 5th, 2004, by Wolfson Centre for Magnetics, Cardiff University, held in Cardiff, UK
  • 6th, 2006, by Institute of Materials Science of Madrid, held in Bilbao, Spain
  • 7th, 2008, by Université de Caen Basse-Normandie, held in Caen, France
  • 8th, 2010, by Department of Physics, Uludag University, held in Bodrum, Turkey
  • 9th, 2012, by Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University, held in Prague, Czech Republic
  • 10th, 2014, by Institute of Sensor and Actuator Systems, Vienna University of Technology, held in Vienna, Austria

See also

References

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