Award won at IEEE Magnetics Summer SchoolMonday, 26 June, 2017
A five components team, including Ana María Schönhöbel’s, from BCMaterials, wins the first students’ project award (USD 5,000) in the IEEE Magnetics Summer School. Other members of the team came from Austria, Germany, Singapore and Taiwan.
The project proposes the construction of an improved magnetic encoder using 3D printing for the magnetic scale, based on NdFeB magnets produced by BCMaterials, and was presented, together with other 15 projects, in the above Summer School held in La Magdalena Santander, last week, and organized by BCMaterials and the University of Cantabria.
The project won the first award and will be developed during 6 months. The results will be presented in the INTERMAG Conference to be held in Singapore, April 23-27, 2018