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Hotel & Lodging

ASC 2022 Housing Information

ASC has negotiated discounted group rates with 2 hotels for ASC’22 attendees and both are in close proximity to the Hawaii Convention Center. Hotel reservations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Please make your hotel reservation early as space is limited and we anticipate very high demand in Honolulu.

Ala Moana Hotel
410 Akinson Drive
Honolulu, HI 96814

Group rate is $209/night plus 17.962% tax.

Government rate is $177/night plus 17.962% tax (see information below).

Book at the Ala Moana Hotel

Prince Hotel Waikiki
100 Holomoana Street
Honolulu, HI 96815

The group rate is $289/night* plus 17.962% tax.
*Join Prince Preferred to have the daily resort fee waived.

Book at the Prince Hotel

All reservations must be made by September 14, 2022 to receive the ASC’22 group rates. Although September 14 is the deadline, be advised that inventory is very limited. Please make your reservation early! After this date, reservations will be made on a rate and availability basis. 

A one (1) night deposit plus taxes will be due at the time of booking. This deposit is refundable if notice is received at least 72 hours prior to the arrival date. If cancellation is made within 72 hours of arrival, a one (1) night penalty plus tax will apply. A no-show charge of two (2) night’s room and tax will apply for individuals who fail to show for their confirmed reservation. The hotels will accept payment in the form of credit card, cash or money order.

A limited block of government rate rooms are available at the Ala Moana Hotel on a first-come, first-served basis over the official dates of the conference, Sunday, October 23 – Friday, October 28, 2022. The procedure to make a reservation at the government rate is as follows:

Using the link above for the Ala Moana Hotel, book your reservation at the group rate of $209/night plus tax.

Please email Conference Management at with ASC’22 GOVERNMENT RATE REQUEST noted in the subject field. Include in your message your first and last name, organization, the day and date of arrival, the day and date of departure, and your hotel confirmation number.

Your request will be noted, and we will advise via email as to when you will be notified of your request being approved and the group rate of $209/night being changed to the government rate of $177/night plus tax. Government rate rooms will be assigned to the Waikiki Tower with City/Mountain View. You will also receive an updated reservation confirmation email from the Ala Moana Hotel.

If you are registered for an ASC’22 Short Course on Sunday, October 23, we will do our best to accommodate the government rate on Saturday, October 22, 2022. Please consider registering early.

For questions or special requests, please contact your hotel directly.

Contact the Conference Manager, Paula Pair, at


  • ASC is exposed to penalties for not fulfilling its room block commitments;
  • ASC risks its ability to rebook preferred meeting hotels and receive reduced rates;
  • ASC could possibly lose qualification for the amount of space needed at the convention center.

Help make this meeting a success. Book early and with an ASC’22 Conference Hotel!

Housing Poaching Alert

Please be vigilant if approached by any company or service other than ASC 2022 and Centennial Conferences that implies or claims to be the “Official Housing Provider and/or Travel Agency” for the ASC 2022. We have been made aware of housing and trade show companies that may be aggressively pursuing you, or your company, to book your guest rooms through their company at supposedly significant discounts. These companies are typically trying to secure and steal your credit card information.

Housing Pirate Information

About Hawaii

About Hawaii

There are six major islands to visit in Hawaii: KauaiOahuMolokaiLanaiMaui, and the Island of Hawaii! Each has its own distinct personality, adventures, activities and sights. We invite you to explore the Islands of Aloha to find your own heavenly Hawaii experiences.

If Oahu is the heart of Hawaii, then Honolulu is its racing pulse. In this cosmopolitan capital city, you will find everything from historic landmarks to fine dining to world-class shopping. Home to the majority of Oahu’s population, Honolulu stretches across the southeastern shores of the island, from Pearl Harbor to Makapuu Point, encompassing world-famous Waikiki Beach along the way.

Arts & Culture in Honolulu

The Bishop Museum

Honolulu’s Bishop Museum is Hawaii’s largest museum dedicated to studying and preserving the history of Hawaii and the Pacific. Originally designed to house the extensive collection of Hawaiian artifacts and royal family heirlooms of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, a descendant of King Kamehameha I, the museum is now the premier natural and cultural history institution in the Pacific. One of Oahu’s most historic places, the museum holds millions of artifacts, documents and photos about Hawaii and other Polynesian cultures.

Visit the newly renovated Hawaiian Hall, which immerses you in Native Hawaiian culture and history by showcasing a variety of important artifacts. In the planetarium, kids can learn how voyagers navigated the Pacific using the stars. In the Science Adventure Center, children can see Hawaii’s unique natural environment like never before through a variety of interactive exhibits.

The museum is open seven days a week (excluding some holidays) with regular hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Honolulu Museum of Art

Not far from Downtown Honolulu, the Honolulu Museum of Art has been sharing the arts with Hawaii since 1927. With a permanent collection of more than 60,000 pieces, this is Hawaii’s largest general fine-arts museum.

Stroll from gallery to gallery past open-air courtyards and ponds. Explore one of the finest collections of Asian art in the world as well as impressive collections of Western, European and Polynesian art. If you feel like seeing a film, visit Doris Duke Theatre, which plays an impressive slate of foreign and independent films. After browsing the galleries, take a break to have lunch in the open-air HoMA Cafē or recharge with an energizing drink at the Coffee Bar.

Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art, Culture & Design

Shangri-La is a center for Islamic arts and cultures, offering guided tours of what was formerly the home of American heiress and philanthropist Doris Duke. Built in 1937, Shangri La was inspired by Duke’s extensive travels throughout North Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia.

Iolani Palace

A national historic landmark and the only official state residence of royalty in the United States, from 1882 to 1893 Downtown Honolulu’s Iolani Palace was the official residence of the Hawaiian Kingdom’s last two monarchs: King Kalakaua and his sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani.

The palace was a symbol of promise for the Hawaiian Kingdom built by King David Kalakaua, “The Merrie Monarch.” Influenced by European architectural styles, this royal residence included Hawaii’s first electric light system, flush toilets and intra-house telephones. The rich interior features a beautiful koa staircase, dramatic portraits of Hawaiian royalty, ornate furniture and royal gifts and ornaments from around the world.

In 1893, a provisional U.S. government was established after opposition forces overthrew the Hawaiian monarchy. The Hawaiian Islands were eventually annexed as a United States Territory in 1898. Hawaii became the 50th state in 1959 and during this time Iolani Palace was used as the capitol building until 1968. After falling into disrepair over the years, the Iolani Palace was renovated and opened to the public in 1978.


More Places to See in Honolulu

Duke Kahanamoku Statue

On Kuhio Beach, a bronze statue of Duke Kahanamoku welcomes you to Waikiki with open arms. Duke was a true Hawaiian hero and one of the world’s greatest watermen, a master of swimming, surfing and outrigger canoe paddling.

Duke Paoa Kahanamoku was born on August 24, 1890. He grew up swimming and surfing in Waikiki near the current Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort. Discovered as a swimming sensation, Duke’s legend began when he broke the world record in the 100-yard freestyle during his very first competition. The prodigious Duke went on to win Olympic gold in the 100-meter freestyle and silver in the relay in 1912. He also won two gold medals in 1920 and won a silver medal at age 34 in the 1924 Olympics.

Aloha Tower

Located on the Honolulu Harbor in Downtown Honolulu, about 15 minutes west of Waikiki, Aloha Tower is an iconic symbol of Hawaii. Built in September of 1926, this was the tallest building in the islands for four decades and its clock was one of the largest in the United States. The tower stood as a welcoming beacon for visitors since travel to Oahu was done entirely by sea. Duke Kahanamoku set his first swimming world record here at Pier 7 and the wharf was also known for Boat Days, a lively celebration to welcome the arrival of visiting ships.

You can also visit the Observation Deck, located on the 10th floor of Aloha Tower and dine at Gordon Biersch or Hooters, or dance at the night away at Nashville Waikiki—all with beautiful views of the harbor on one side and the cityscape of Honolulu on the other.

Kawaiahao Church

Known as the “Westminster Abbey of the Pacific,” Kawaiahao Church was the first Christian Church built on Oahu. Dedicated on July 21, 1842, “The Great Stone Church” is made of 14,000 coral slabs from ocean reefs that were hauled from the sea by native laborers and missionaries. The church and the grounds were named a National Historic Landmark in 1962.

As you stroll the streets of Downtown Honolulu, you may hear the sound of bells from the tower clock. “Kauikeaouli clock,” donated by King Kamehameha III in 1850, still tolls the hours to this day. To the right of the entrance you’ll find the peaceful tomb of King Lunalilo. This popular King ruled for just a little over one year and he wished to be buried “among his people” at Kawaiahao Church rather than in the Royal Mausoleum. To the left of the church you’ll also find the Kawaiahao Fountain. The High Chiefess Hao bathed in this sacred spring, giving the church its name: Ka Wai a Hao, or the water of Hao.

Oahu Dining

Oahu is home to the metropolitan center of Hawaii, and its vibrant dining scene means that it’s an excellent place to find creative and delicious food representing diverse cultures. Splurge on dinner at one of the buzzworthy high-end spots in Honolulu, or save your vacation funds by finding tasty fare at casual spots, coffee shops and food trucks. On Oahu, you can eat like a local in smaller neighborhoods like Kapahulu or dine in high style at Hawaii’s top-rated restaurants in neighborhoods like Waikiki, Kaimuki and Chinatown.

Oahu is home to some of the best chefs in the world. Alan Wong (Alan Wong’s Restaurant), Roy Yamaguchi (Roy’s Waikiki), George Mavrothalassitis (Chef Mavro Restaurant) and Phillippe Padovani (Elua) were some of the founding chefs of the Hawaii Regional Cuisine movement 25 years ago, and their legacy has continued to spark Oahu’s restaurant renaissance today. These local legends take the freshest local produce and ingredients to create flavorful dishes, combining traditional Hawaiian cooking with influences from Japan, China, the Philippines and classic American cuisine among many others.

Find more OAHU dining here.


COVID-19 Health and Safety

ASC’s health and safety plan 

Our first responsibility is to you, our attendees, our exhibitors, our partners and our team. We are 100% committed to your health and safety. We are establishing a safety protocol for our safe return to an in-person conference. 

Hawai’i’s Governor David Y. Ige announced changes to the Safe Travels Hawai’i for late March 2022. Click here to read the announcement.

Please monitor this web page for details on preventive measures being implemented prior to traveling to ASC 2022. The responsibility for a safe and healthy event environment is shared by every participant. All ASC 2022 participants are expected to adhere to and abide by health and safety precautions implemented for the conference as well as other government and facility regulations.

Ancillary Meetings

Ancillary Meetings

We anticipate that a number of ancillary meetings will be held in conjunction with ASC 2022. If you would like to arrange a meeting during the Conference, please contact the ASC 2022 Conference Manager, Paula Pair, by email for assistance.

Limited space at the Hawaii Convention Center is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please provide the following information pertaining to your meeting:

Time (start and end times)
Anticipated attendance
Setup (U-shape, conference style, etc.)
Audio visual requirements
Internet requirements
Electrical requirements
Food and beverage requirements
Subject/Title of Meeting
Organizer’s contact information (with email address)
On-site point of contact (if not the Meeting Organizer noted above)

Upon receipt of the information above, meeting organizers will receive a meeting space request confirmation from Paula Pair. Once a meeting room is assigned, Paula will send an e-introduction to the meeting organizer and the proper point of contact at the Hawaii Convention Center by email.

In all cases, the meeting organizer will be responsible for setting up direct billing arrangements with the convention center’s point of contact. ASC 2022 is not responsible for ancillary meeting related expenses.

ASC Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct for Applied Superconductivity Conference Meetings

It is the policy of the Applied Superconductivity Educational Foundation (ASEF) that all participants, including attendees, exhibitors, staff, volunteers, officers, and all other stakeholders involved in Applied Superconductivity Conferences (ASC) will conduct themselves in an ethical and professional manner that is welcoming to all participants and free from inappropriate behavior, including any form of discrimination, harassment, bullying, violence or retaliation. Participants will treat each other with respect and consideration to create a collegial, inclusive, and professional environment at ASC meetings and activities related to meetings. Creating a supportive environment to enable scientific discourse at ASC meetings is the responsibility of all participants.

Participants will not exhibit any inappropriate actions or statements based on individual characteristics such as age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, religion, marital status, nationality, political affiliation, ability status, educational background, or any other characteristic protected by law. Actions inconsistent with this code of conduct, including disruptive or harassing behavior of any kind will not be tolerated. Harassment includes but is not limited to inappropriate or intimidating behavior and language, unwelcome jokes or comments, unwanted touching or attention, offensive images, and stalking.

Violations of this code of conduct policy should be reported to a Board member or a member of the ASC diversity and inclusion committee as soon as possible. Identities of Board members are on the ASC websites. If a participant observes inappropriate comments or actions and personal intervention seems appropriate and safe to correct the problem, they should use their best judgment in determining appropriate intervention. In the case of any threat of violence, venue security personnel or appropriate law enforcement authorities should be contacted.

Sanctions for violations may include, but are not limited to, verbal or written warning, ejection from a meeting without refund, exclusion from other ASC activities, and/or action by security personnel or appropriate authorities. Retaliation for complaints of inappropriate conduct will not be tolerated.

Travel & Visa


GETTING TO Honolulu:

If Oahu is the heart of Hawaii, then Honolulu is its racing pulse. In this cosmopolitan capital city, you’ll find everything from historic landmarks to fine dining to world-class shopping. Home to the majority of Oahu’s population, Honolulu stretches across the southeastern shores of the island, from Pearl Harbor to Makapuu Point, encompassing world-famous Waikiki Beach along the way.

Before securing a flight to Honolulu, please review the Travel Requirements on the Go Hawaii website page.

Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, also known as Honolulu International Airport, is the principal aviation gateway of the City and County of Honolulu on Oahu in the State of Hawaii.

Address: 300 Rodgers Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96819

Phone: (808) 836-6411


By Bus
You can take the bus (officially known as TheBus) from the Honolulu airport to Waikiki Beach or practically anywhere on the island. TheBus is the official transit service of Oahu. Buses run regularly through Honolulu and around the island, and the fare is $2.50, which includes a free transfer within a limited time window (ask for this when you board and pay your fare).

approx. $28-32.

Uber $19-21

Car Rentals – Six rental car companies, Advantage, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz and National are located on airport.  Four others provide off-airport car rentals.  Registration counters are located in the Baggage Claim area. On airport rental car offices are located on the ground level of the Terminal 2 Parking Garage.

Visa Requirements

Conference participants should familiarize themselves with visa requirements well in advance of the conferences. The 2022 Applied Superconductivity Conference (ASC’22) organizers encourage you to apply for your visa as early as possible, at least 3 to 4 months prior to this conference.

Please note: Some consulates may have backlogs in scheduling visa interviews. Visa Wait Times for Interview Appointments and Processing by City are available here.

ASC’22 CANNOT INTERVENE with U.S. Embassies abroad or the State Department on behalf of any participant. However, if you need a personal letter of invitation to attend the Conference, please contact Centennial Conferences and provide the following information:

Full Name
Complete Mailing Address (to include affiliation, department, street address, city, state, postal code (all as applicable)
Fax Number (if you wish to receive a faxed copy of the letter)
Abstract Control ID(s) or Presentation ID

The letter we provide you will reflect your status as known to us at the time (abstract accepted and a place in the program assigned; paid registration received, etc.). The letter does not imply financial support from the conference. Your letter will be EMAILED to you. A hard copy will be faxed and mailed to you via regular airmail only if requested. Any fees for sending letters via express mail must be paid for by the requester.

Please note that letters of invitation can only be sent to presenting authors of accepted abstracts or registered and paid attendees and exhibitors.

The majority of oversees attendees will be eligible for the “Visa Waiver Program”. Details can be found here.


If any problems are encountered in the visa applications or in the admission process, please submit your report to the International Visitors Office by completing the questionnaire on their website. To help the International Visitors Office to identify you as a participant, please be sure to include the 2022 Applied Superconductivity Conference (ASC’22) in the “Purpose of Visit” field on the questionnaire. The International Visitors Office can inquire at the Department of State about the status of visa applications that have been pending for more than 21 days.

Please note that this information is given in good faith but that the regulations may change and the only authoritative sources of information are the U.S. Government websites.

Hawaii Convention Center

Just steps from Waikiki, the Hawaii Convention Center is an event destination like none other — a stunning marriage of form and function, open to sky and sun between the shade of terraces and lanais, graced with courtyards, waterfalls and fishponds to create a meetings and convention backdrop that is at once tranquil and invigorating.

Designed by world-renowned architects Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo and LMN, this luminous structure shines like a gem tucked into its tropical setting, blending state-of-the-art technology with authentic island ambiance as a monument to the cultural diversity and legendary spirit of aloha that inspires attendees to see the world in a new light.


1801 Kalakaua Ave.

Honolulu, HI 96815

TO DO IN Honolulu

For a full list of things to do in and around Honolulu, please go to: | For things to do in Oahu, please go to: Whether you are watching professional players compete or joining in on the action, the Hawaiian Islands are a year-round playground for athletes of all kinds, from surfers to golfers to Ironmen.


Oahu is home to the metropolitan center of Hawaii, and its vibrant dining scene means that it’s an excellent place to find creative and delicious food representing diverse cultures. Splurge on dinner at one of the buzzworthy high-end spots in Honolulu, or save your vacation funds by finding tasty fare at casual spots, coffee shops and food trucks.

Future & Past ASC’s

Future ASC Conferences

ASC 2024 Salt Lake City, UT September 1-6

Past ASC Conferences

ASC 2020 Virtual October 24 – November 7
ASC 2018 Seattle, WA October 28 – November 2
ASC 2016 Denver, CO September 4- 9
ASC 2014 Charlotte, NC August 10 – 15
ASC 2012
Portland, OR October 7 – 12
ASC 2010 Washington, DC August 1 – 6
ASC 2008 Chicago, IL August 17 – 22
ASC 2006 Seattle, WA August 27 – September 1
ASC 2004 Jacksonville, FL October 3 – 8
ASC 2002 Houston, TX August 4 – 9
ASC 2000 Virginia Beach, VA September 17 – 23
ASC 1998 Desert Springs, CA September 13 – 18
ASC 1996 Pittsburgh, PA August 25 – 31
ASC 1994 Boston, MA October 16 – 21
ASC 1992 Chicago, IL August 23 – 28
ASC 1990 Snowmass, CO September 24 – 28
ASC 1988 San Francisco, CA August 21 – 25
ASC 1986 Baltimore, MD September 28 – October 3
ASC 1984 San Diego, CA September 10 – 13
ASC 1982 Knoxville, TN November 30 – December 3
ASC 1980 Santa Fe, NM September 29 – October 2
ASC 1978 Pittsburgh, PA September 25 – 28
ASC 1976 Stanford, CA August 17 – 20
ASC 1974 Oakbrook, IL September 30 – October 2
ASC 1972 Annapolis, MD May 1 – 3
ASC 1970 Boulder, CO June 15 – 17
ASC 1968 Gatlinburg, TN October 28 – 30
ASC 1967 Austin, TX November 6 – 8
ASC 1966 Brookhaven, NY November 9 – 11

Applied Superconductivity Conference 2022

The Applied Superconductivity Conference


Important Dates

Manuscript Submission Starts November 3
Manuscript Submission Deadline November 13


Event is open to the public and is a collaboration between ASEF and the Hawaii Department of Education. A diverse and welcoming team of students, young professionals, seasons scientists, and industry experts will engage the public at this event. Contact us with questions.

ASC'22 Conference Chair's Statement

Aloha to ASC 2022 in Hawaii! On behalf of our organizing team, we are excited to invite you to join us at the Hawaii Convention Center for the 2022 ASC Conference, for a face-to-face meeting, to be held October 23 – 28, 2022. This conference will not be offered with a virtual attendance option. Honolulu promises to be a special venue for our conference with a healthy food budget, ongoing planning for robust and exciting technical and ELEVATE programs, an overabundance of restaurants loaded with tasty international food, welcoming hotels and housing opportunities, and sights to explore.

Arthur Lichtenberger

ASC'22 Program Chair's Welcome

Our program committee is working to create an exciting and vibrant program with breaking plenaries, special sessions (including the 11th Transition-Edge Session (TES) Workshop, successfully held as part of the ASC since 2008), engaging talks and posters. Our electronics program provides a unique opportunity for the Quantum Information community to present their latest results in quantum computing/ communication/sensing that involve the use of superconductors in any part of the Quantum System. We invite and welcome your input for plenary speakers and special sessions. Abstract submissions are due March 23, 2022. Read more.

Sam Benz


Applied Superconductivity Conference 2022 ELEVATE's pre-conference and conference activities.

Student Program

ELEVATE Program organizers have curated an array of activities to support our student attendees in growing as members of the conference community and on their professional path.

Short Courses & Workshops

ASEF continues to offer the most in depth short courses and workshops available anywhere. Sessions will be offered in person during the conference week and virtually throughout the year.

ELEVATE Plenary Sessions

To promote emerging topics within our field and encourage open dialogue amongst our entire community.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

The ASEF is committed to the significance and importance of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. This year we have multiple DEI events to address the relevant topics brought forward from the superconducting community.


ASEF and ASC 2022 are planning ELEVATE Outreach events to occur prior to and during the ASC 2022 conference.

Learn more about ELEVATE with this 2020 video and why we decided to initiate this exciting program!


To address the evolving goals of ASEF as an educational foundation, we have launched the ELEVATE program. It is being designed to promote educational opportunities, professional & leadership development, and outreach between our scientific community and society. It is a program that all members of the applied superconductivity community may leverage to their professional advantage.

ELEVATE supports the Foundation’s core mission by providing opportunities for professional and leadership development through four fundamental pillars that are focused on involvement, networking, enrichment, and representation. The program aims to provide the mechanism through which people connect, build career pathways and accelerate technological growth. Overall, the program strives to “elevate” the participant’s conference experience by offering these opportunities for building robust skill sets which the science and engineering of superconductivity demands.

The program is at an early stage in its development. It is expected to evolve throughout time and to secure and fulfill the most relevant needs of members of the community. ELEVATE’s strength lies in the active participation of members of the community to create and shape the program. We welcome your input and invite you to join ELEVATE committee members on this mission.

ASC 2022 Platinum, Gold and Silver Sponsors


The ASC 2022 Conference Committee invites your company to exhibit at the 2022 Applied Superconductivity Conference, considered the Premier International Conference on Superconductivity. Food and beverage will be available in prominent locations throughout the Exhibit area.


In late October, daily high temperatures are around 87°F. Daily low temperatures are around 72°F. October can be a rainy season in Honolulu so pack appropriate attire for the weather.


The ASC 2022 program committee is planning a number of special sessions which will be of interest for different attendees, including engineers/scientists, system-level developers, and industry-level representatives. Sessions will include special-invited and contributed presentations.


The Hawaii Convention Center has a business center for your basic copy & printing services, shipping, receiving, and faxes. For large-format printing (posters), you can go to Professional Image – Kapiolani located at 1600 Kapiolani Blvd., #120 or call them at +1-808-972-4477.


There are may exciting attractions in and around Honolulu. The Pearl Harbor Memorial, the Bishop Museum and Iolani Palace are just a few of the great attractions on the island. Go to for information on many attractions and activities on the island.


The Ala Moana Center is a large open-air shopping mall near the Convention Center. There are over 200 shops and restaurants in the center to check out. More information can be found at

Sponsorship Welcome

We look forward to a vibrant ASC’22 conference in tropical Honolulu with more meaningful and varied opportunities for sponsorship and advertising than ever before.  Your engagement helps promote your company, university, institution or group while enabling us to offer high-quality sessions and events, as well as professional development and outreach through our ELEVATE program. Feel free to reach out now if you have a particular sponsorship interest you would like to explore!

– Satoshi Awaji, Cathy Foley & Matt Jewell

Exhibit Welcome

Thank you for your interest in this year’s ASC conference and exhibit. ASC is the unrivaled global event for those involved in superconductivity. After a virtual ASC20 conference, we all look forward to meaningful face-to-face exhibitor  interactions in 2022. Our technical exhibit will provide your organization with an outstanding opportunity to display your products and services to the largest gathering of individuals within the superconductivity community from across the globe. We expect an attendance of more than 1700 of the top scientists and engineers involved in research and development on applied superconductivity along with the top decision makers, government agencies and entrepreneurs. Together, we will navigate challenges, create partnerships, and collaborate to create a better tomorrow. We are expecting a large number of industry specific companies consisting of product manufacturers and service providers concerned with the field of superconductivity as well as other related areas. The Exhibition will be held in the spectacular Honolulu Convention Center filled with lush plants and trees, courtyards, waterfalls, in the beautiful over 115,000 sq-ft  Kamehameha exhibition space.

– Austin Capers

Want to be part of this event? Contact us for possibilities!

Hawaii Convention Center

Just steps from Waikiki, the Hawaii Convention Center is an event destination like none other — a stunning marriage of form and function, open to sky and sun between the shade of terraces and lanais, graced with courtyards, waterfalls and fishponds to create a meetings and convention backdrop that is at once tranquil and invigorating.

Designed by world-renowned architects Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo and LMN, this luminous structure shines like a gem tucked into its tropical setting, blending state-of-the-art technology with authentic island ambiance as a monument to the cultural diversity and legendary spirit of aloha that inspires attendees to see the world in a new light.


1801 Kalakaua Ave.

Honolulu, HI 96815

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