Intermag 2020 is cancelled due to COVID-19.

The International Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG 2020) is CANCELLED due to COVID-19.

Welcome to the 2020 INTERMAG Conference. INTERMAG is the premier conference on all aspects of applied magnetism, bringing together international researchers with the latest developments in magnetism ranging from fundamental to applied aspects, including advances in magnetic recording, magnetic memory, spintronics, energy and power technologies, electrical machines and drivers, power electronics and electric drives, sensors, bio-magnetism, and the emerging fields of Internet-of-Things and smart living.

Important Dates

  1. March
  2. 2nd Manuscript Submission Site Opens
  3. May
  4. 8th Manuscript Submission Deadline

Getting There

Finding your way through historic Montréal.

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Montréal Palais des congrès de Montréal,
1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle, Montréal, QC H2Z 1H5, Canada
May 4-8, 2020

Conference Hotels

Delta Hotels Montréal by Marriott

475 Avenu du Président Kennedy, Montréal, Quebec

Group rate: $162 CDN per night (plus applicable taxes)

Hotel Dauphin Montréal Downtown

1025 Rue de Bleury, Montréal, Quebec

Group rate: $179 CDN per night (plus applicable taxes)

Holiday Inn Montréal Centreville Downtown

999 Rue St-Urbain, Montréal, Quebec
+1 888 878 9888

Group rate: $179 CDN per night (plus applicable taxes)

Le Westin Montréal

270 Rue Saint-Antoine Ouest, Montréal, Quebec

Group rate: $239 CDN per night (plus applicable taxes)

Historic Montréal

Things to do

Montréal is a big, busy, exhilarating city, with so much to see and do. To give you some ideas and inspiration for your next trip to Montréal, explore the many "moments" you can live in the city. Think of them as bite-sized snacks of information to whet your appetite for the big buffet of choices you have when you get here.

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Great food is undeniably the stuff of life in Montréal – locals all have their favourite tried-and-true restaurants, go-to take-out dishes and an ongoing list of new eateries and cafés to try. It might take multiple return trips to decide on your own favourites, whether we're talking poutine, bagels or foie gras.

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A heritage hundreds of years old with stunning architecture to match meets new architectural innovation in Montréal, where a stroll down 18th-century cobblestone streets feels like time travel. Jump into Expo 67 era at Habitat 67 and Buckminster Fuller's Biosphere, get the 1976 Summer Olympics vibe at the Olympic Stadium, and visit the Canadian Centre for Architecture's extensive local and international exhibitions.

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Stade Olympique (The Big O)

Built in the mid-1970s as the main venue for the 1976 Summer Olympics, it is nicknamed "The Big O", a reference to both its name and to the doughnut-shape of the permanent of the stadium roof.

Coffee and Eats

Montréal is the centre of cuisine and eating out in Canada. Experience the best the Country has to offer.