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27th IEEE Symposium On Fusion Engineering

4 – 8 June  2017
Shanghai, China

Join us in Shanghai for SOFE-2017!
In 2017, the IEEE Symposium on Fusion Engineering (SOFE) will move outside the United States for the first time in its 52-year history. The 27th SOFE will be held in Shanghai, one of China’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities. The decision to go to China recognizes the rapid growth in fusion research and advanced engineering in that country, and the growing participation of Chinese researchers in SOFE in recent years.

Registration and Abstract submission are now OPEN!
Abstract submission closes:  3 February 2017
Early registration closes:  24 March 2017 

Featured Presentations: The conference will include plenary and invited papers by leading engineers and scientists in fusion and other fields. The following plenary papers are already planned:

Title Speaker
Overall Status of the ITER Project Prof. Bernard Bigot, Director General, ITER Organization
Status and Progress of JT-60SA Dr. Yukata Kamada
National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, Japan
Progress on the EU DEMO Concept Dr. Gianfranco Federici
EUROFusion, Fusion for Energy, Europe
CFETR- New Design and R& Activities Prof. Yuanxi Wan
University of Science and Technology of China
Non-Fusion Space Projects Dr. Scott Weidner
Princeton University, U.S.A.
Engineering Challenges in W7-X and preparations for OP1.2 Prof. Hans-Stephan Bosch
Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Germany
Progress of Fusion Technology at SWIP toward Reactor Prof. Yong Liu
Southwestern Institute of Physics, China
Status of the IFMIF project Dr. Juan Knaster
IFMIF/EVEDA, Fusion for Energy, Europe and Japan
EAST Technical Progress Prof. Yuntao Song
Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ASIPP), China
Chinese contributions to ITER Procurement Arrangements Dr. Delong Luo
ITER China


Mini-courses:
An exciting mini-course program is being planned. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about timely topics of importance in fusion engineering and science. See the Mini-Course Page for course details and opportunities for financial support.

Course Organizers
Inertial Fusion Energy Prof. Manuel Perlado, Polytechnic University Madrid
Plasma-Material Interactions: Fundamentals and Applications Prof. Daniel Andruczyk, University of Illinois

Prof. Davide Curreli, University of Illinois

Stellarator Physics and Engineering Dr. Hutch Neilson, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Prof. Hans-Stephan Bosch, Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics

Plasma Diagnostics Dr. Robert Kaita, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Dr. Brent Stratton, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Radiation Effects on Electronics in the Fusion Nuclear Environment Dr. Martin Dentan, ITER Organization

Sponsors:

IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society
IEEE Shanghai Branch
Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ASIPP)

IEEE IEEE NPSS IPP CAS