The 17th International Conference on Magnetically Levitated Systems and Linear Drives (MAGLEV 2000) took place in Lausanne, Switzerland, in 2002.

 

CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

 

Conference Chairmen: M. Jufer (*), A. Rufer (*)

Scientific Program Chairman: A. Cassat (*)

Conference Logistic Chairmen: A. Cassat (*), P. Germano (*)

(*) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering, Lausanne, Switzerland

 

Conference Scientific Committee

V. Bourquin Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
A. Cassat Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
T. Chevroulet Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
S. Colombi Invertomatic Technology SA, Switzerland
F. Gaille Les Electriciens Romands, Switzerland
B. Kawkabani Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
N. Macabrey GESTE SA, Switzerland
R. Mantilleri GESTE SA, Switzerland
M. Mossi GESTE SA, Switzerland
M. Rosenmayr Hella KG Hueck & Co, Germany
P. Rossel Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
J. Sandtner Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
A. Schammass Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Y. Trottet Bonnard & Gardel SA, Switzerland
D. Vernez University of Lausanne, Switzerland
R. Wetter Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

 

INTERNATIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE

International Steering Committee Chairman: E. Masada, University of Tokyo, Faculty of Science & Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering

Members

  1. Brazil R. Nicolsky
  2. Canada K. Vollenwyder
  3. England R. Goodall
  4. France G. Coquery
  5. Germany D. Rogg, U. Henning, W. Rothengatter, M. Wackers, M. Witt
  6. Japan A. Seki, M. Fujino, K.-I. Kaminishi, D. Ebihara
  7. Hong Kong T. Eastham
  8. Italy A. Morini
  9. Switzerland H. Bleuler, A. Cassat, M. Jufer, P. Keller, R. Nieth, M. Mossi, USA M.R. Dysart, R. Krishnan, E. Leung, R. F. Post, D. M. Rote, P. Wilkins.

 

Topics

Topic 1 MAGLEV - World Wide High Speed Industrial Developments and Projects

1.1 Scientific, Technical And Industrialization Status
1.2 Social, Environmental And Ecological Aspects - Eco Balances
1.3 Comparisons: Evaluations Of High Speed Systems (MAGLEV versus TGV, Air Traffic)

Topic 2 MAGLEV - New Ideas

2.1 Scientific, Technical And Industrialization Status
2.2 Marketing, Political And Financial Aspects

Topic 3 URBAN TRANSPORTS (Linear Propulsion) - Industrial Developments and Projects

3.1 Scientific, Technical And Industrialization Status
3.2 Marketing, Political And Financial Aspects
3.3 Environmental And Ecological Aspects - Eco Balances
3.4 Comparisons: Evaluations With Classical Systems

Topic 4 MAGLEV - Power Supply Strategy

4.1 Ground Power Supply Network to Local Power Network
4.2 Power Transformation Station
4.3 Power Supply for Propulsion
4.4 Energy Balance

Topic 5 MAGLEV - Vehicle - Guide way - Infrastructure

5.1 Vehicle and Spatial Integration Designs
5.2 Aerodynamic Behavior And Aerodynamic Impacts On Design Constraints
5.3 Dynamic Mechanical Resonance And Vibrations, Speed And Frequency Limits

Topic 6 MAGLEV And HSTS - Safety And Operation Control

Topic 7 Propulsion And Linear Motors: Motors And Controls

7.1 Scientific and Technical Developments
7.2 Transport System Applications
7.3 Industrial Applications
7.4 Propulsion: Magnetic Hydrodynamic

Topic 8 Magnetic Levitation and Guidance: Transducers And Controls

8.1 Electromagnetic Levitation (EML or EMS) and Guidance
8.2 Electrodynamics Levitation (EDL or EDS) and Guidance
8.3 Super Conducting Quantum Levitation (SQL)

Topic 9 Transfer Of Energy To A Vehicle And On Board Energy Supply

9.1 Scientific and Technical Developments
9.2 High Speed Transport System Applications (Transfer With And Without Mechanical Contacts)
9.3 Low Speed Transport System Applications (Transfer Without Mechanical Contacts)
9.4 Industrial Applications (Transfer Without Mechanical Contacts)
9.5 Fuel Cells, Super Condensators

Topic 10 Magnetic Bearings - Typical Industrial Applications

10.1 Passive Magnetic Bearings
10.2 Active Magnetic Bearings
10.3 Super Conducting Magnetic Bearing (SMB)

 

Info based on: iee.or.jp Accessed: 2017-05-03.