TALKS

Plenary & Invited Talks

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ALBERTITOMMASOISTITUTO NAZIONALE DI GEOFISICA E VULCANOLOGIAITALYCross-scale turbulence in space plasmas: old concepts, recent findings, and future challenges
ALONSOJ. ARTUROLABORATORIO NACIONAL DE FUSIÓN, CIEMATSPAINNext-generation stellarators in the era of HTS: opportunities and limitations in the path to fusion reactors
CHABERTPASCALCNRS ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUEFRANCEPhysics of low pressure magnetized plasmas for space propulsion
GOLDAJUDITHRUHR UNIVERSITY BOCHUMGERMANYAtmospheric pressure plasma:  From basic physics to environmental applications
HURRICANEOMARLAWRENCE LIVERMORE NATIONAL LABORATORYUNITED STATES OF AMERICAPresent understanding of ignition and Gain using indirect-drive inertial confinement fusion target designs on the U.S. National Ignition Facility
LOARTEALBERTOITER ORGANIZATIONFRANCEThe new ITER Baseline, Research Plan and open R&D issues
MACKENBACHRALFÉCOLE POLYTECHNIQUE FÉDÉRALE DE LAUSANNESWITZERLANDAvailable energy and turbulence in magnetised plasmas
PIKUZTATIANAOTRI OSAKA UNIVERSITYJAPANProgress in x-ray diagnostics of extreme laser plasma states
QIUZHIYONGZHEJIANG UNIVERSITYCHINADirect and indirect cross-scale couplings in burning plasmas mediated by energetic particles
RIMINIFERNANDAUKAEAUNITED KINGDOM40 years of JET operations: a unique contribution to fusion science
STROTHULRICHMPI FOR PLASMA PHYSICSGERMANYOn the physical principles of power exhaust and a novel divertor solution for tokamak fusion reactors
VRANICMARIJAGOLP/IPFN, INSTITUTO SUPERIOR TÉCNICO, UNIVERSITY OF LISBONPORTUGALDirect laser acceleration: a new opportunity for multi-GeV electrons, positrons and gamma-rays in plasmas
ZANKGARY PUNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA IN HUNTSVILLEUNITED STATES OF AMERICAThe heating of the solar corona and acceleration of the solar wind: Insights, theory, and modeling emerging from the ESA Solar Orbiter and the NASA Parker Solar Probe missions
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BALL JUSTIN EPFL SWITZERLAND The prospects for a negative triangularity tokamak power plant
BERGSTROEM HANNES MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR PLASMA PHYSICS GERMANY Hybrid kinetic-MHD simulations of runaway electron beam termination events in realistic 3D tokamak geometry
BOURDELLE CLARISSE CEA FRANCE Integrated modeling of tokamak plasmas: Progresses and challenges towards ITER operation and reactor design
CALVO IVAN CIEMAT SPAIN Orbit-averaged approach to fast-ion transport in stellarators
CARRALERO DANIEL CIEMAT SPAIN First Experimental observation of Zonal Flows in the optimized stellarator Wendelstein 7-X
DING RUI INSTITUTE OF PLASMA PHYSICS, CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES CHINA Charge-exchange neutral flux to the first wall on EAST and its implications for ITER
DUNNE MIKE IPP-GARCHING GERMANY Developing the Quasi-Continuous Exhaust regime on ASDEX Upgrade and JET in preparation for ITER and DEMO
FAJARDO DANIEL MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR PLASMA PHYSICS GERMANY Theory-based integrated modelling of impurity transport: from the validation on ASDEX Upgrade experiments to ITER predictions
HOLLMANN ERIC UC SAN DIEGO UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Characterization of runaway electron wall damage in DIII-D
JACHMICH STEFAN ITER GERMANY
KAPPATOU ATHINA MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR PLASMA PHYSICS, BOLTZMANNSTR. 2, 85748 GARCHING, GERMANY GERMANY Overview of the third JET deuterium-tritium campaign
KAZAKOV YEVGEN LABORATORY FOR PLASMA PHYSICS, LPP-ERM/KMS, BRUSSELS, BELGIUM BELGIUM Optimizing ion heating in D-T plasmas with three-ion ICRF scenarios: insights from JET and strategies for future tokamaks
KUBKOWSKA MONIKA IPPLM POLAND Impurities in long-pulse operation of W7-X
LASZYNSKA EWA INSTITUTE OF PLASMA PHYSICS AND LASER MICROFUSION POLAND Activation simulations for EU DEMO limiter components
MAGET PATRICK CEA FRANCE Wcontrol in long pulse operation : feedback from WEST for ITER
MAZON DIDIER CEA FRANCE X-ray spectrum measurement in WEST plasmas for inferring tungsten impurity distribution
MENG GUO MAX-PLANCK-INSTITUT FÜR PLASMAPHYSIK GERMANY Theoretical, Numerical, and Experimental Studies of Advanced Transport Models for Energetic Particles
PARISI JASON PRINCETON PLASMA PHYSICS LABORATORY UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Gyrokinetic Constraints In Tokamak Pedestals
RIVERO RODRÍGUEZ JUAN FRANCISCO UNITED KINGDOM ATOMIC ENERGY AUTHORITY UNITED KINGDOM Experimental studies of fast-ion losses from MAST Upgrade
RUEDA RUEDA JOSE UNIVERSIDAD DE SEVILLA SPAIN Phase-space resolved fast-ion flows due to MHD fluctuations in the ASDEX Upgrade tokamak
VALLHAGEN OSKAR CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SWEDEN From injection to deposition – capturing the drift of ablated pellet material in a tokamak
VINCENZI PIETRO CONSORZIO RFX ITALY Connecting recent JET isotope L-H transition studies to ITER H-mode access in new baseline scenarios
WINTERS VICTORIA MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR PLASMA PHYSICS GERMANY First experimental confirmation of island SOL geometry effects on detachment in Wendelstein 7-X
YOSHIDA MAIKO QST JAPAN Start-up of plasma operation and control in the large superconducting tokamak JT-60SA
ZHOLOBENKO WLADIMIR MAX-PLANCK-INSTITUT FÜR PLASMAPHYSIK GERMANY Validated GRILLIX Simulations of Edge/SOL Turbulence in H-mode and X-Point Radiator Detached Conditions
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AHMEDHAMADSTFC RUTHERFORD APPLETON LABORATORYUNITED KINGDOMGuided re-acceleration of high-energy protons by helical coil targets
BATANIDIMITRIUNIVERSITY OF BORDEAUXFRANCECurrent state and future of research on Inertial Fusion Energy in Europe
BERNERTCONSTANTINHELMOLTZ-ZENTRUM DRESDEN - ROSSENDORFGERMANYLaser-induced breakdown investigation in ultra-relativistic laser-solid interactions
BILBAOPABLO J.GOLP/INSTITUTO DE PLASMAS E FUSÃO NUCLEAR, INSTITUTO SUPERIOR TÉCNICO, UNIVERSIDADE DE LISBOA, 1049-001 LISBON, PORTUGALPORTUGALCoherent electron cyclotron maser emission triggered by radiation reaction
CEURVORSTLUKELABORATORY FOR LASER ENERGETICSUNITED STATES OF AMERICAAdvancing from scaled burning plasmas to hydroequivalent ignition in laser-direct-drive implosions: status, progress, and prospects
FUKUDAYUJIKANSAI INSTITUTE FOR PHOTON SCIENCE (KPSI), NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR QUANTUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (QST), KYOTO, JAPANJAPANSpectroscopic evidence for the significant role of optical field ionization in the interaction of 10 PW laser pulses with high-Z materials
HUDECLUBOMÍRFNSPE, CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUECZECH REPUBLICInvestigation of laser-driven foam homogenization for ICF applications and its influence on ion temperature
PALANIYAPPANSASILOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORYUNITED STATES OF AMERICAIndirect-drive double shell implosion experiments at the National Ignition Facility: Progress and Plans
SANTOSJOAO JORGECELIA, UNIV. BORDEAUX-CNRS-CEAFRANCEUltra-strong magnetic fields for high energy density science
VAISSEAUXAVIERFOCUSED ENERGYFRANCETowards optimizing the generation of proton beams in fast ignition of laser-driven inertial fusion targets
WILLIMCAMILLAGOLP / INSTITUTO DE PLASMAS E FUSÃO NUCLEAR INSTITUTO SUPERIOR TÉCNICO, LISBON, PORTUGALPORTUGALCharged particle acceleration with structured light
WINGMATTHEWUCLGERMANYLUXE: a new experiment to study non-perturbative QED and search for new particles in electron-laser and photon-laser collisions
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ALLANSON OLIVER UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM UNITED KINGDOM Particle transport and energisation in Earth's Radiation Belts
BOTT ARCHIE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD UNITED KINGDOM Suppressed momentum and heat transport in magnetised astrophysical and laser-fusion plasmas
DELLER ADAM MAX-PLANCK-INSTITUT FÜR PLASMAPHYSIK GERMANY Positron bunches & electron plasmas in supported & levitated dipole traps
DIECKMANN MARK ERIC LINKOPING UNIVERSITY SWEDEN PIC simulations of stable surface waves on a subcritical fast magnetosonic shock front
ELSDEN TOM UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS, UK UNITED KINGDOM Magnetospheric Ultra Low Frequency Waves
GIANNETTI VITTORIO SCUOLA SUPERIORE SANT ANNA ITALY Plasma-based electric propulsion: the air-breathing concept
GUITTIENNE PHILIPPE ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE FEDERALE DE LAUSANNE (EPFL) SWITZERLAND Helicon normal modes in radially non-uniform plasma
KIM EUN-JIN COVENTRY UNIVERSITY UNITED KINGDOM Stochastic dynamics of fusion low-to-high confinement mode (L-H) transition
MALKO SOPHIA PRINCETON PLASMA PHYSICS LABORATORY UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Observation of a Magneto-Rayleigh-Taylor instability in magnetically collimated plasma jets
MANUEL MARIO GENERAL ATOMICS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Experimental observations of the non-resonant streaming instability during the early stages of quasi-parallel collisionless-shock formation
PECORA FRANCESCO UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Energy transfer in space plasma turbulence from multipoint measurement
PEZZI ORESTE INSTITUTE FOR PLASMA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF ITALY (ISTP/CNR) ITALY Energy transfer in space plasma turbulence from multipoint measurement
POOLE HANNAH UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD UNITED KINGDOM Multi-messenger measurement of transport properties of turbulent and magnetised plasmas
SANO TAKAYOSHI OSAKA UNIVERSITY JAPAN Novel plasma heating processes by relativistic-intensity electromagnetic waves under a strong magnetic field
VANTHIEGHEM ARNO SORBONNE UNIVERSITÉ FRANCE Electron heating in high Mach number collisionless shocks
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AGUS RITA EPFL SWITZERLAND The effect of water recirculation on the chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of plasma-activated water
BERNDT JOHANNES GREMI UMRS 7344 CNRS & Universite d'Orleans FRANCE Reactive low temperature plasmas and nanotechnology: from simulations to experiments
GARRIGUES LAURENT LAPLACE, CNRS, UNIVERSITE DE TOULOUSE FRANCE Acceleration of Particle-In-Cell Schemes using a Sparse Grid Approach
HELD JULIAN UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA New model for the ion collection by cylindrical probes over a wide range of collisionality
IRIMICIUC STEFAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS OF THE CZECH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES CZECH REPUBLIC Real-time plasma diagnostics: towards understanding gas phase chemistry during pulsed laser deposition
KAGANOVICH IGOR PPPL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Modelling of Modern Plasma Processing Reactors: Plasma Physics and Surface Chemistry
TANARRO ISABEL INSTITUTO DE ESTRUCTURA DE LA MATERIA (IEM-CSIC) SPAIN Drastic effects of N2 addition in the ion composition of C2H2 glow discharges
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BLACKBURN TOM UNIVERSITY OF GOTHENBURG SWEDEN Precision modelling of high-intensity laser-matter interactions: radiation reaction, pair cascades and beyond
DI PIAZZA ANTONINO DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY, UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER AND LABORATORY FOR LASER ENERGETICS, UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Coherence effects in the collision of high-energy electron-positron bunches with an intense laser field
GROSELJ DANIEL KU LEUVEN Kinetic plasma physics of black-hole coronae
SEIPT DANIEL HELMHOLTZ INSTITUT JENA GERMANY Theory and modelling of strong-field QED in the transition regime