CONsortium of European Companies Determined To Use Superconductivity

European Gateway to the World of Industrial Superconductivity

The primary objective of Conectus is to strengthen the basis for commercial applications of superconductivity for stakeholders in Europe.


…is a consortium of European companies with the shared vision that commercialization of superconductivity will translate into significant benefits to economy and society.
…provides a platform for industry to exchange information and to provide a united voice on public policy issues of common interest to superconductivity stakeholders.


…seek to ensure that the benefits of superconductivity are fully realized by decision-makers in industry, academia and governments.…unite to advocate for key priorities and adequate government support focused on superconductor-related research, development and industrial projects.


  • CONECTUS at ISIS-30 in Korea
    CONECTUS took part at the 30th International Superconductivity Industry Summit held in Daejeon, Korea, 7. – 9. 11. 2023. This time we were represented by our members Dr. Prusseit of THEVA and Dr. Fischer of Leybold. Dr. Prusseit gave the attendees and overview of activities of CONECTUS members and also presented selected major projects in the field taking place in Europe. Our main conclusions from the meeting: New technologies (Compact nuclear fusion, Quantum computing, Hydrogen technology, Power generation – Transmission – Generation) are the main drivers for further large-scale industrial adoption of superconductivity. High Temperature Superconductors are getting more attractive … Read more
  • CONECTUS Early Career Award winners 2023
    The Awards committee consisting of the CONECTUS Board + eleven other experts in their respective fields have selected the CONECTUS Awards winners from 11 applicants who had send their work for evaluation as follows: 1st and 2nd prize (shared position) Dr. Takanori Motoki from Aoyama Gakuin University, Japanfor his work: Development of homogeneous and high-performance REBCO bulks with various shapes by the single-direction melt growth (SDMG) method and Filip Antoncik from CAN SUPERCONDUCTORS, Czech Republic for his work: Novel Approach for the Manufacture of Low Porosity, Single Grain EuBCO/Ag Bulk Superconductors Via Modified single-Direction Melt Growth 3rd prize Dr. Cornelia … Read more
  • CONECTUS Co-organizer of Superconductivity for Sustainable Energy Systems and Particle Accelerators Days
    Together with GSI, IFAST, MT ARD, more info at:

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