The Exascale Computing Project (ECP) is a collaborative effort of two DOE organizations – the Office of Science and the National Nuclear Security Administration – and is responsible for the planning and preparation of a capable exascale ecosystem, including software, applications, and hardware, to support the nation’s exascale computing imperative.
This biennial conference brings together plasma physicists and engineers from a variety of fields, including magnetic confinement fusion, inertial confinement fusion, space plasmas, astrophysics, and industrial applications, to discuss mutual problems in the development of instrumentation, experimental and analytical techniques for the characterization of high temperature plasmas.
The goal of controlled thermonuclear fusion research is to develop a safe, environmentally benign, and essentially inexhaustible source of energy for the future. The Annual Conference is organized for educational and scientific purposes. Specifically, the objective of the Annual Conference shall be the communication of recent results in the physics of controlled fusion energy.
The ultimate goal of the U.S. Transport Task Force (TTF) is to develop a physics-based understanding of particle, momentum and heat transport in magnetic fusion devices. The 2018 Workshop will continue an emphasis on developing and using transport tools to predict the outcome of experiments in present fusion plasma research machines.
The ICPP is an important venue to discuss recent progress in the field and look toward the future of Plasma Science. ICPP is broad in scope and includes topics such as: fundamentals of plasma physics, fusion plasmas, plasmas in astrophysics and space, plasma applications and technologies, complex plasmas, high energy density plasmas, quantum plasmas, and laser-plasma interaction.
The International Conference on Nuclear Engineering (ICONE) is the premier global conference on nuclear reactor technology. This conference is a “must-attend” for anyone who wants to stay technically current and on top of industry trends and developments.
The International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS) is an annual conference coordinated by the Plasma Science and Application Committee (PSAC) of the IEEE Nuclear & Plasma Sciences Society. The program of the 45th ICOPS covers both traditional areas of plasma science and new exploratory research areas.
Organized by the European Physical Society (EPS) Plasma Physics Division, this annual conference covers a broad range of plasma science spanning from nuclear fusion to low temperature plasmas, and astrophysical plasmas to laser plasma interactions.
The CAARI Conference series is unique in that it brings together scientists, engineers, professors, physicians and students from all over the world who use particle accelerators in their research and industrial applications. Each year the Topic Areas are reviewed and updated to reflect current research interests.
The 27th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference (FEC 2018) aims to provide a forum for the discussion of key physics and technology issues as well as innovative concepts of direct relevance to the use of nuclear fusion as a source of energy.