The BCC is pleased to host this page for the CryoUsers Group who represent another unique part of the British Cryogenic Community.
CryoUsers meetings started over 25 years ago, when many of the UK Universities purchased helium liquefiers; varying degrees of operational success led the technical staff responsible for operating the helium liquefiers to gather together and share operational experiences.
The first event was hosted by Lancaster in 1991 and was a clear success, not only in sharing experience, but in establishing a network with its own identity and strong interconnecting bonds. Industry also recognises the merits of CryoUsers as an influential group in the marketplace.
The CryoUsers Group has continued to meet every two years, moving to a different venue each time. The gathering has evolved to include a range of talks, networking opportunities and an industrial sponsors’ exhibition.
We encourage all technicians involved in low temperature technology to join.
|1991 Lancaster University||1992 Oxford University||1993 Southampton University|
|1995 Liverpool University||1997 St Andrews University||1999 Sheffield University|
|1993 Southampton University||2001 Cambridge University||2003 Leicester University|
|2007 Oxford: hosted by STFC||2009 Royal Holloway||2011 Lancaster University|
|2013 Bristol University||2015 Exeter University|
The Next CryoUsers Meeting is due to take place in the Coventry area in 2017. More details will be available here, nearer the time
Dave Bater, Richard Down, John Graham, Martin Ward, Bob Wiltshire, Adam Woodgate