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International conference on "High Power Coherent Radiation Generation and its Interaction with Matter", SATI, Vidisha, M.P. India, 12-14 Feb 2016
The aim of the conference is to provide a platform for researchers to be acquainted with fundamental science, applications and technical aspects related to source development with the experts in the area. Recent developments and applications of electron beam driven radiation for achieving shorter wavelengths, greater power and higher efficiencies will be discussed. Applications of coherent radiations sources in a various field viz. defense, bio-sensing, medical applications, material science, diagnostics, etc. will also be covered.
2nd ASEAN school on plasma and nuclear fusion (ASPNF2016), Bangkok, Thailand, January 18-22, 2016.
The official website for the fusion school: https://sites.google.com/site/fusionthailand2016/home. The school aims for graduate students or young researchers
Conference on Plasma Science, Technology and Applications ( ICPSTA-2016)
Which is being organized by Amity University Uttar Pradesh ( AUUP), Lucknow, india in collaboration with CSIR- CEERI, Pilani, India during January 20-21, 2016.
Dr Harish K Dwivedi,
Director, Amity School of Applied Sciences ( ASAS)
mobile:7754050663; Exchange: 1115
Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow campus
Sr. Consultant and R&D Head, Samtel, Gr. Noida
Sr Scientist, CSIR-CEERI, Pilani, Rajasthan
The Amity School of Applied Sciences (ASAS), Amity University, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow, India in collaboration with CSIR- Central Electronic Engineering Research Institute (CEERI), Pilani, India will host an International Conference on Plasma Science, Technology & Application-2016 (ICPSTA-2016) on 20-21 January 2016 at Amity University, Lucknow.
The conference is aimed at covering all areas of Plasma Science, Technology and Applications, including:
Plasma Science & Technology
Plasma for water, waste treatment and environment
Plasma for Pulse Power, Lasers, Microwaves
Plasma in Electronic devices and in radiation sources
Plasma for Aerospace, Propulsion & Automobile
Plasma for Medicine, Chemistry, Biotechnology and Agriculture
The deadline for abstract submission is January 10, 2016.
Please also see following links for the conference:
The 2015 ITER International School, (IIS 2015), University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), Hefei, China, December 14-18, 2015.
The scope of IIS2015 is transport and pedestal physics in tokamaks, including the following topic areas: pedestal structure, ELM Physics, ELM control, LH transition physics, pedestal evolution between ELMs, and ITER divertor strategy. The International ITER School (IIS) is an annual international meeting jointly organized by the Aix Marseille Université (AMU) and the ITER Organization. The IIS answers the need for training young students and researchers in fusion research field and it has naturally become a worldwide reference in the context of ITER project.
The IIS2015 is jointly sponsored by the University of Science and Technology of China, Chinese Academy of Sciences' Institute of Plasma Physics, and South-West Institute of Physics. Hefei is the hometown of the EAST tokamak and USTC hosts the design team of the Chinese Fusion Engineering Test Reactor (CFETR).
We cordially invite you and your colleagues to join us in Hefei and participate in the IIS2015. The deadline for registration is November 15, 2015.
International Workshop on the Interrelationship between Plasma Experiments in the Laboratory and in Space (IPELS 2015) - August 23-28 2015
The Atholl Palace hotel, Pitlochry, Scotland, UK.
Abstracts are due by June 1st. Registration deadline is 10th August. For more information
8th International Conference on Plasma Science and Application (ICPSA-2015) - September 8-10 2015
CPSA-2015 intends to be a global forum for researchers and engineers to present and discuss recent innovations and new techniques in Plasma Physics and its related sciences. In addition to scientific seminars, a wide range of social programs including city tours and visits to historical places will be available. The organizing committee also encourages companies and institutions to showcase their modern products and equipment in the conference area.
Further information is available on our conference web site: http://icpsa2015.ir/
Specific questions concerning further information can be sent by e-mail to: email@example.com
The 10th Anniversary Asian-European International Conference on Plasma Surface Engineering (AEPSE2015) - September 20-24 2015
Jeju, Republic of Korea.
The deadline for the abstract submission: May 15, 2015 (Japan time).
ICRP-9 / GEC 68th / SPP-33 - October 12-16, 2015
Hawaii Convention Center, USA
This conference will be a conference with two major conferences, ICRP (International Conference of Reactive Plasmas) and GEC (Gaseous Electronics Conference), expecting hundreds of researchers and industry people relating plasma science, technology, application etc. The deadline for the abstract submission: June 19, 2015 (US Eastern time). This deadline is strictly applied and there is NO deadline extension. For more information
22nd TM on Research Using Small Fusion Devices - October 12-14, 2015
Prague, Czech Republic
The meeting will cover the following topics:
A. Magnetic Confinement
A-SP Specialized Session Magnetic Confinement
B. Dense Magnetised Plasmas
B-SP Specialized Session DPF
C. Innovative Fusion Technology and Applications
D. Fusion Materials Research
E. Diagnostic Systems and Components
F. Control and Data Acquisition Systems and Remote Participation Tools
The deadline for nominations is 01 June 2015.
The relevant documents for the official request to designate participants for this Technical Meeting (IAEA Letter to Resident Representative; IAEA Announcement Document; Form A; Form B can be obtained from Dr. Matthew Hole, ANU (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Fifth Asia Pacific Transport Working Group (APTWG) - June 9-12 2015
International Conference, Dalian, China
The web site of APTWG 2015 is now open for abstract submission, VISA applications and the hotel reservations.
9th West Lake International Symposium on Plasma Simulation - May 18-21 2015
Zhejiang University (IFTS-ZJU) Hangzhou, China.
The Symposium will focus on simulation models and numerical scheme as well as their applications in magnetically and inertially confined, space, and astrophysical plasmas. Scientists as well as graduate students, both domestic and abroad, are welcome to participate.
7th IAEA Technical meeting on "Theory of Plasma Instabilities" - 4-6 March 2015 at the ENEA Research Centre, Frascati, Italy. Further information see http://www.iaeatm-inst2015.enea.it
25th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference in Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
13 to 18 October 2014
The Fusion Energy Conference is the biennial flagship conference of fusion energy development.
Further details can be found at the IAEA conference website
Synposes and abstracts must be submitted before 21 March 2014.
Authors must also submit the following forms (available on the website)
Participation Form (Form A)
Form for Submission of a Paper (Form B)
The 24-th International Toki Conference (ITC-24) Nov.4-7, 2014 Certopia Toki, Toki City, Gifu, Japan
LOC Chair Prof. H. Yamada and DPP member Prof. T. Morisaki (ITC-24 scientific secretary)
The International Toki Conference is a topical meeting dedicated to a specific subject related to plasma and fusion science. The series began in 1989 with the founding of the National Institute for Fusion Science and has been held on an annual basis ever since.
The last 10 years have seen great advances in the basic sciences of plasmas as well as fusion science over a broad spectrum of subjects. These fundamental topics have the ability to cut across disciplinary boundaries to provide a common understanding of basic plasma science that serves as a foundation for various applications of plasmas ranging from biomedical to industrial to fusion. With this background we are planning the 24th International Toki Conference to explore new aspects and promote the cross-fertilization of diverse fields of science through advances in basic plasma and fusion science.
Topics of the ITC-24 are,
(1) Frontiers in Basic Plasma Science
(2) Interdisciplinary Applications of Plasmas
- Industrial/Chemical/Medical and Agricultural Applications -
(3) New Insights into Space and Astrophysical Plasmas
2nd IAEA DEMO PROGRAMME WORKSHOP
In Collaboration with the EU
17-20 December 2013
IAEA Headquarters, Vienna, Austria
12th Asia Pacific Physics Conference (APPC-12)
Makuhari, Tokyo, July 14-19, 2013.
22nd International TOKI Conference (ITC-22)
November 19-22, 2012 in Toki-city, Japan
Hosted by the National Institute for Fusion Science.
In the 22nd ITC, the conference will focus on “Cross-Validation of Experiment and Modeling for Fusion and Astrophysical Plasmas”.
Topical areas of interest include:
(1) Validation of modeling infusion research
(2) Numerical simulation and observation in astrophysical plasmas
(3) Transport (modeling, experiment and observation)
(4) Reconnection (theory, simulation, experiment and observation)
(5) Interaction between energetic particles and waves in plasmas
(6) Plasma-wall interaction (modeling, experiment and observation)
(7) Plasma diagnostics for cross-validation
(8) Atomic processes in laboratory and astrophysical plasmas
(9) Scientific visualization.
The deadline for abstract submission is August 3, 2012.
The details of the conference can be found at http://itc.nifs.ac.jp/.
The 9th Australia - Japan Workshop on Plasma Diagnostics
Naka, Ibaraki, Japan, December 3 - 6 2012
Contact John Howard via email email@example.com
The 2nd Joint IAEA-ITER Technical Meeting on ITER Materials and Technologies
Gandhinagar, Gujarat India, 11 - 13 December 2012
APFA 2009/ APPTC 2009
The 7th General Scientific Assembly of the Asia Plasma and Fusion Association (*APFA2009*) and the Asia-Pacific Plasma Theory Conference (*APPTC2009*) will be held in Aomori, Japan, during October 27-30 2009.
APFA in general covers a broad range of topics in plasma and fusion sciences. APPTC covers the topics related to the plasma theory and numerical simulation.
- Magnetic and Inertial Confinement [ APFA, APPTC ],
- Fusion Engineering and Technology including Reactor Design and
- Materials [APFA],
- Basic Plasma Science (including Laser Plasmas and Astronomical
- Plasmas) [APFA, APPTC],
- Plasma Theory, Modeling and Numerical Simulation [APFA, APPTC],
- Industrial Applications of Plasma Technology [APFA], and
- Role of Fusion in Energy and Environmental Problems [APFA].
In particular, the APFA2009/APPTC2009 will be held with an emphasis on 'Integration of Elements of Science and Technology toward Realization of Fusion Energy and Other Plasma Applications'. This includes technology integration like breeding blanket, superconducting magnet, machine assembly, operation of systems, integrated modeling, plasma operation such as steady-state operation and integration of scientific knowledge to explore new scientific frontier and industrial applications. Topics of common interests for both APFA and APPTC will be allocated in the Thursday Sessions on October 29 as indicated in the schedule table below by 'APFA/APPTC'.
Applicants for submission of papers may select possible topics (A-F) and categories (APFA or APPTC). Abstract Deadlines: July 31, 2009
17th International Stellarator/Heliotron Workshop, October 12th-16th, 2009 Together with the 6th CWGM & International Collaboration on Stellarator Theory Meeting, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton, New Jersey, USA.
The Workshop is hosted by PPPL in the framework of the IEA Implementing Agreement for Cooperation in Development of the Stellarator Concept. The Workshop covers all areas of fusion research in helical systems and related concepts. The 6th Coordinated Working Group Meeting (CWGM) will be held October 8-9, also at PPPL. The sessions will be composed of presentations as well as discussion to plan joint activities. The 'International Collaboration on Stellarator Theory' meeting will be held October 19-21, also at PPPL. Presentations for specialists in neoclassical and kinetic transport theory for helical systems are invited. The scope will include collaboration in gyrokinetic turbulent transport (code benchmarking and planning for comparison with experiment) and benchmarking of equilibrium codes.
Abstract Deadline: 3 July, 2009
51st Annual Meeting of the Division of Plasma Physics, Monday - Friday. November 2 - 6, 2009, Atlanta, Georgia
All technical sessions will be at the Hyatt, situated in the vibrant downtown district. The conference location is close to historic sites, cultural attractions, fine dining, and world-class shopping opportunities, and is reachable from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport by car or public rail system. The Scientific Program for the annual meeting will offer nine half-day sessions of invited, review, tutorial, and contributed papers covering basic plasma physics, beams and coherent radiation, inertial confinement and high energy density plasmas, magnetic confinement, plasma technology and low temperature plasmas, space and astrophysical plasmas, education and outreach, and undergraduate research.
Abstract Deadline: July 17, 2009
Australian Institute of Physics 18th National Congress incorporating the 27th AINSE Plasma Science Conference, 30 November - 5 December, 2008, Adelaide, Australia
at the University of Adelaide, South Australia
COSNet Early Career Researchers Workshop 2008: Mind Games @ Kioloa - Real World Problems, Complex Systems Solutions, 11 - 14 November, 2008, Kioloa, Australia
at the ANU Kioloa Campus, South Coast, NSW
22nd IAEA Fusion Energy Conference - 2008 (FEC2008), 13 - 18 October, 2008, Geneva
The 22nd IAEA Fusion Energy Conference - 2008 (FEC2008) will be held in Geneva from 13 - 18 October, 2008. The IAEA Fusion Energy Conference is the leading conference in the strategic development of fusion power.
The first announcement is available at
ICPP2008, 8 - 12 September, 2008, Fukouka, Japan
Details of the 2008 International Conference on Plasma Physics can be found on the website
15th GEM, Murramarang Resort, 3 - 6 February, 2008, New South Wales, Australia
The 15th Gaseous Electronics Meeting will be held at Murramarang Resort on the south coast of New South Wales, February 3 - 6, 2008. GEM is held every two years and covers all aspects of gaseous electronics and its applications including:
* Fundamental collision processes
* Low temperature plasmas
* Laboratory and atmospheric discharges
* Electron and positron transport
* Plasma treatment of materials
* Biological applications
* Dusty and chemically active plasmas
GEM XV will be followed by a one and a half day workshop on "Gaseous Positronics - Positron Processes in Atoms, Molecules and Materials".
Information on the meeting site, invited speakers, travel, the registration process and accommodation details can be found at
Deadlines for abstracts, registration and accommodation bookings all fall on 23 November, 2007
8th Asia Pacific Plasma Theory Conference (APPTC-2007), 11 - 13 December, 2007, Ahmedabad, India
The 8th Asia Pacific Plasma Theory Conference (APPTC-2007) which will be held in Ahmedabad, India during 11 - 13 December 2007, will be hosted and organized by the Institute for Plasma Research, Gandhinagar, India. The APPTC will cover a broad range of topics in plasma and fusion sciences, with particular focus on the latest trends in research and development activities in these areas in the Asia-Pacific region. It would cover the following topics:
* Space and astrophysical plasmas
* Magnetic and inertial confinement fusion plasmas
* Laser plasma interactions
* Beam and accelerator physics
* Low temperature, dusty and nano-plasmas
* Various plasma based devices
* Turbulence in plasmas and transport processes
* Non-linear phenomena
The working language of the conference is English.
Details regarding the scientific content of the conference as well as organizational matters are provided on the conference website:
Some important dates of the conference are:
Pre-registration: 1 October 2007
Registration: 15 October 2007
Abstract submission: 15 October 2007
Hotel Booking: 1 October 2007
Visa Application: 3 October 2007
18th Joint International Stellarator/Heliotron Workshop and 10th Asia Pacific Plasma Theory Conference
Sunday 29th January 2012 to Friday 3rd February 2012, ANU Canberra
Tuesday 31st January 2012 to Friday 3rd February 2012, Murramarang, NSW
Basic plasma science (including laser plasmas and astronomical plasmas)
Plasma theory, modeling and numerical simulation
Magnetic equilibria/stochastic fields/high beta
Fast particle and high energy physics
3D effects in tokamaks and RFPs
Divertor and edge physics
Transport, turbulence and confinement improvement
MHD equilibrium and stablility
Progress and technical reports
Fusion materials/plasma wall interaction/reactor materials/plasma facing components
Industrial applications of plasma technology
Dr. Boyd Blackwell (ISHW): firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Matthew Hole (APPTC): email@example.com
Further information: http://plasma2012.org.au and http://h1nf.anu.edu.au/PLASMA2012”
The 8th General Scientific Assembly of the Asia Plasma and Fusion Association (APFA2011) will be held in Guilin, China, from Nov. 1st (Tue.) to 4th (Fri.), 2011.
The aim of the Assembly is to present the recent progresses of plasma physics and fusion energy research in Asia.
The topics of this assembly are:
A. Magnetic and Inertial Confinement
B. Fusion Engineering and Technology including Reactor Design and Materials
C. Basic Plasma Science
D. Plasma Theory, Modeling and Numerical Simulation
E. ITER related activities
The conference website is: http://www.swip.ac.cn/apfa2011/ and the poster of the Assembly is attached in this e-mail. You will find the important dates and other information about travel and accommodation at the website. If you need further information and clarification, please feel free to write to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that the submission of abstracts will be available from April 15.
9th West Lake International Symposium on Magnetic Fusion & Plasma Science, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, 9-12 May 2016.
The Symposium will mainly focus on the theoretical, computational and experimental aspects of the following topics: wave particle interaction; MHD and burning plasma physics; turbulence, transport and edge physics.
Chair is Prof. G.Y. Fu (IFTS/PPPL)email@example.com
Attached please find the Second announcement of the joint meeting. The 10th West Lake Symposium will be held jointly with the 12th Asia Pacific Plasma Theory Conference (APPTC) by Institute for Fusion Theory and Simulation, Zhejiang University (IFTS-ZJU). URL:http://ifts.zju.edu.cn/WLIS-APPTC2016.php
The joint meeting will be held May 9-13, 2016 in Hangzhou, China.
8th International Congress on Plasma Physics (ICPP) - June 27-July 1, 2016
Sky Tower Hotel, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Abstract Submission Now Open: http://www.isaps.ncku.edu.tw/ICPP2016/
For more information on travel support please visit the website
Energy Future Conference 4-6th July 2016 at UNSW - Nuclear Session
As part of the Energy Future Conference at UNSW in July 2016, we are organising a session on nuclear energy. It will be future-focussed, with content such as hydrogen production, nuclear/renewable integration and benefits of nuclear technology with respect to ecological considerations.
Dr Edward G Obbard
Senior Lecturer (Nuclear Engineering)
UNSW Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications
UNSW SYDNEY NSW 2052 AUSTRALIA
T: +61 (2) 9385 7625
F: +61 (2) 9385 5993
43rd European Physical Society Conference on Plasma Physics, Leuven, Belgium, July 4th to July 8th, 2016
Please find more information on our website: www.EPS2016.be
1 February: Registration opens
1-27 February: Abstract submission
8 April: Author acceptance notification
13 May: Deadline for early registration, with reduced fee
28 May: End of Post deadline abstract submission
20 June- 1 July: 4-page paper submission
29 June: Last day to register on-line
8 July: Invited paper submission deadline
15th International workshop on the physics of compressible turbulent mixing, The University of Sydney, 10-15 July 2016
The 15th International Workshop on the Physics of Compressible Turbulent Mixing (IWPCTM) brings together researchers from universities and research laboratories around the world to discuss the state-of-the-art in theory, modelling, experiment and simulation of compressible and variable-density turbulent mixing induced by hydrodynamic instabilities in multi-material hydrodynamic flows.
Joint Varenna-Lausanne International Workshop on THEORY OF FUSION PLASMAS, Villa Monastero, Varenna, Italy, August 29 ¨C September 2, 2016
This Meeting is devoted to the Theory of Magnetic Confinement Systems - Poster
26th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference, Kyoto, Japan, 17-22 October 2016
The Announcement/Call for Papers for next year¡¯s IAEA Fusion Energy Conference held in Kyoto, Japan is available on the FEC website together with all forms and access to the paper submission system INDICO.
The Fourth IAEA DEMO Programme Workshop (DPW-4)
15-18 November 2016 in Karlsruhe, Germany.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will hold the workshop which will be
hosted by the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany through the
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Previous workshops in the series were held in Hefei
(2015), Vienna (2013) and Los Angeles (2012).
Participation forms should be sent to
for subsequent transmission to the IAEA.
Joint 13th Asia Pacific Physics Conference and 22nd Australian Institute of Physics Congress, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Center, 4-8 December 2016.
One of the highlights on the Australian Institute of Physics¡¯ (AIP¡¯s) calendar is its biennial Congress, where physicists from all over Australia and overseas come together for a week-long program of plenary, keynote and contributed talks, social events, and the opportunity to network.
Registration for the joint 13th Asia Pacific Physics Conference and 22nd Australian Institute of Physics Congress is now open! This will be the first time that both meetings have been held jointly, and is certain to enrich the scientific program, as well as facilitate new links to be made between the Australian physics community and those throughout the Asian-Pacific region ¨C something that is a high priority for the Australian Institute of Physics.