Sensitec MR-Symposium: Welcome

16th XMR Symposium - New date: March 15-16, 2022

Under normal circumstances, you would already have the invitation and detailed information for the 16th International Symposium "Magnetoresistive Sensors and Magnetic Systems" on your desk. 

The symposium was planned for March 9 and 10, 2021, in Wetzlar City Hall. However, due to the impact of COVID-19 on all areas of life and the existing uncertainty, we unfortunately have to announce that the organization team at Sensitec has decided to postpone the symposium by one year to March 15 and 16, 2022.

We are convinced that the health protection of all participants is now a top priority.

We thank you for your understanding and look forward to seeing you again in March 2022.

In the past, participants of the symposium have repeatedly expressed the wish for a workshop on the fundamentals of MR technology. We would have liked to offer this workshop to newcomers and those interested in familiarizing themselves with the topic or refreshing their knowledge as an additional event to the XMR Symposium in March 2021. Due to the postponement we would like to refer to the AMA Association for Sensor and Measurement Technology and its advanced training seminars.

AMA offers an extensive range of seminars, including a workshop under the direction of Prof. Dr. Andreas Schütze from the Chair of Measurement Technology at Saarland University on the topic of "Magnetoresistive Sensors".

 

Our tip: Use the more or less trade fair and event free time for personal further education - as an investment in your future. 

Further information on the AMA seminars is available at www.ama-sensorik.de or www.ama-weiterbildung.de

Stay healthy and confident.

 

 

 

 

“Magnetoresistive Sensors and Magnetic Systems”
on the 15h and 16th March 2022 at the "Stadthalle" in Wetzlar


The XMR-Symposium, which takes place in 2022 for the 16th time, has established itself as the leading international platform for presenting the latest technological developments and innovative applications in the field of MagnetoResistive technology and magnetic systems.

Both potential users, wishing to implement this unique magnetic technology in new products, and researchers engaged in this dynamic field, are provided with information about the latest technical advances as well as descriptions of new applications from leading edge users.

A hand-picked selection of experts from around the world will provide first-hand information on the latest research results and newest applications of MagnetoResistive technology. The presentations cover fundamental technological advances, e.g. in TMR (Tunnel MagnetoResistive) sensor technology, as well as a wide range of application examples for MR sensors, including robotics, aerospace, biosensors, mediacal equipment, non-destructive  testing, industrial automation and electromobility. In addition to this there are presentations describing the latest results from EU- and BMBF-funded R&D projects in this exciting field.