An exhibition of scientific instruments, equipment and techniques will be held alongside the workshop from Monday 13 to Tuesday 14 April 2015. During the event, the following exhibitors will be on hand to discuss the services they provide, the latest research & development and demonstrations of their new products. The exhibitors will be located alongside refreshments and the poster exhibition in the Chetwynd room (King's College).



Opera, by Cobham Technical Services, is an advanced software suite for the multi-physics simulation of electromagnetic devices.  Opera uses advanced finite element methods and provides virtual prototyping tools for characterizing devices.  It reduces or eliminates the need for physical prototypes, so saving development cost and reducing time to market.


Oxford Instruments 

Oxford Instruments designs, supplies and supports high-technology tools and systems focused on research and industrial applications. In nanotechnology, solid state and condensed matter physics, chemistry and materials science, our leading-edge technologies support research down to the atomic scale through creation of high performance, cryogen-free low temperature and magnetic instruments. Our NanoScience division is a market leader in providing research tools, based on its core technologies in low temperatures and high magnetic fields, enabling quantum technologies, new materials and device development in the physical sciences.  For details, please visit 

Sumitomo Heavy Industries Ltd, Cryogenics Group, is the global leader in the manufacture, supply and support of Cryogenic Coolers. Customers in MRI, Semiconductor and Research markets choose us for our global network which is un-paralleled in its global scope whilst our experts offer the best application and after sales support.


IOP Publishing

IOP Publishing provides a range of journals, books, websites, magazines, conference proceedings and services through which leading-edge scientific research is distributed worldwide. IOP Publishing is central to the Institute of Physics, a not-for-profit society. Any financial surplus earned by IOP Publishing goes to support science through the Institute's activities.