American Superconductor CEO Presents at Industry Summit

Monday, November 18, 2002
American Superconductor Corporation CEO Greg Yurek is scheduled to present at the International Superconductivity Industry Summit (ISIS), a gathering of top organizations from around the world involved in the development and commercialization of superconductor technology. The theme of this year's conference is "Keys Toward Commercialization." Yurek will speak at the 11th annual summit, held this year in Tokyo, on the topic of High Temperature Superconductor (HTS) technologies in electric power applications. He will address the performance of today's HTS wires and the manufacturing capacity to produce them. In particular, he will cover key market opportunities for HTS applications and progress towards their commercialization.
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