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Symposium Magnetoresistive Sensors and Magnetic System

15th Symposium “Magnetoresistive Sensors and Magnetic Systems”                       19./20. March 2019 in Wetzlar, Germany   The symposium takes place every two...


About this event

15th Symposium “Magnetoresistive Sensors and Magnetic Systems”                       
19./20. March 2019 in Wetzlar, Germany

 

The symposium takes place every two years and serves as a forum for the exchange of innovative ideas and practical experience with magnetoresistive technology among experts from research institutes as well as practitioners from a variety of different applications. The papers cover fundamental technology advances as well as a wide range of application examples for MR sensors, including the automotive industry, industrial automation, medical technology, robotics, etc. The symposium is addressed to technicals experts and managers in these and other industries, which are involved in the design, fabrication, testing, qualification and research of MR technology and magnetic systems.

 

The final programme will be available by the end of the year.

 

For more information or registration, see www.xmr-symposium.com.


19 March 2019



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