Invited Speakers

Invited Speaker selections were made by the International Program Committee

PresenterAffiliationPresentation Title
Aaron BaderUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonOptimization of Quasi-Helically Symmetric Stellarators
Amitava BhattacharjeePrinceton UniversityHidden Symmetries and Fusion Energy: A New Project for Stellarator Optimization
Teresa EstradaCIEMATTurbulence and Plasma Flow Asymmetries Measured Using Doppler Reflectometry at TJ-II Plasmas
Benjamin FaberUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
The Role of 3D Geometry on Reducing Turbulent Transport in Stellarators
Benedikt GeigerUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
Experimental Study of the Impurity Transport in W7-X Based on Laser Blow-off Injections
Sophia HennebergMax Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
Towards Novel Quasi-axisymmetric Stellarator Designs
Marcin JakubowskiMax Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
Towards Steady-state Operation of the Island Divertor at Wendelstein 7-X
Santhosh KumarUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
Effect of Neutral Friction on Parallel Ion Flow in a Quasi-symmetric Stellarator
Matt LandremanUniversity of Maryland
Optimized Stellarators without Optimization: Direct Construction of Stellarator Shapes with Good Confinement
Heinrich LaquaMax Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
Overview of W7-X Results in the Operation Phase OP1.2
Alexey MischenkoMax Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
Global Gyrokinetic PIC Simulations for Stellarators and Heliotrons with Emphasis on Experimentally Relevant Scenarios
Kazunobu NagasakiInstitute of Advanced Energy
Response of Plasma Performance to Magnetic Configuration, Fueling and Heating/Current Drive in Heliotron J
Hideo NugaNational Institute for Fusion Science
Studies of the Energetic Ion Confinement in LHD by Using Neutron Measurement and Integrated Codes
Matthias OtteMax Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
Edge Plasma Properties from the First Island Divertor Campaign at Wendelstein 7-X
Novimir PablantPrinceton Plasma Physics LaboratoryValidation of Neoclassical Ambipolar Radial Electric Fields in Ion-Root Plasmas on Wendelstein 7-X
Elizabeth PaulUniversity of MarylandAdjoint Methods for Efficient Stellarator Optimization and Sensitivity Analysis
Masahiko SatoNational Institute for Fusion Science
 Ion Kinetic Effects on Pressure Driven MHD Instabilities in Helical Plasmas
Ryohsuke SekiNational Institute for Fusion Science
Hybrid Simulations of Alfven Eigenmode Induced Fast-Ion Losses and its Validation with the Scintillator-Based Fast-Ion Loss Detector in the Large Helical Device
Brendan ShanahanMax Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
Simulations of Plasma Filaments in Stellarator Geometries with BSTING
Jason SmoniewskiUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
The Dependence of TEM Turbulence on Geometry in Experiment and Simulation of the HSX Stellarator through Heat Fluxes, Density Fluctuations, and Zonal Flow Damping
Hiromi TakahashiNational Institute for Fusion Science
Performance Integration and Isotope Effect on the Confinement of High Temperature Plasmas in the Large Helical Device
Naoki TamuraNational Institute for Fusion Science
Impurity Transport Studies Using TESPEL in Stellarators: A Comparison Between W7-X and LHD
Tokihiko TokuzawaNational Institute for Fusion Science
Study of Isotope Effects from the Viewpoint of Turbulence Observation in LHD
Boudewijn van MilligenCIEMATOn the Impact of Sheared Radial Electric Fields on Edge-SOL Coupling
Jose Luis VelascoCIEMATFast Calculation of Neoclassical Transport of Energy and Impurities in Arbitrary Stellarator Geometry with the Code KNOSOS
Adrian von StechowMax Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
Density Turbulence Reduction by Equilibrium Proļ¬le Gradient Control in W7-X
Felix WarmerMax Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
Impact of Magnetic Topology on Transport Processes in Large Non-Axisymmetric Devices
Gavin WeirMax Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
Heat Pulse Propagation and Core Turbulence Measurements  on the Optimized Stellarator Wendelstein 7-X
Yuhong XuSouthwest Jiatong UniversityPhysical and Engineering Designs for Chinese First Quasi-axisymmetric Stellarator (CFQS)

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