International Conference on Inertial Fusion Sciences and Applications 2023
September 25-29, 2023 | Denver, CO, USA
The 12th International Conference on Inertial Fusion Sciences and Applications continues to bring scientists and engineers together in the fields of inertial fusion sciences, high-energy-density physics, and inertial fusion energy research. This will be the first major in-person conference focused on inertial confinement fusion since the recent achievements of the National Ignition Facility. The conference will include a strong emphasis on the new and growing private fusion industry including a dedicated session of plenary talks focused on this expanding segment of our community and a panel discussion. These topics offer exciting opportunities and challenges to the research community and will make for inspiring discussions during the
The following topics will be covered by this meeting:
Inertial Fusion Science
High Energy Density Science
Heavy Ion Beam Physics
Plasma Nuclear Science (incl. neutron generation & applications, transmutation, and nuclear physics
Heavy Ion Beam Accelerator Technology
Hydrodynamics (incl. equation of states, instabilities, etc.)
Atomic Physics (incl. radiation transport, opacity, etc.)
High-energy and/or short-pulse laser technology
Pulsed Power Technology
Particle Generation and Applications
Radiation Sources and Applications
Fusion Target Fabrication
This will be the first in-person meeting of this series since 2019. The IFSA conference rotates across Europe, Japan, and the USA every two years. 2021 being the pandemic year the conference was effectively cancelled, but we held three virtual talks instead.
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September 25-29, 2023
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We develop and apply pulsed-power technology to expand the frontiers of high-energy-density-science, fusion, and extreme radiation environments with the primary goals to provide essential data for the Nation’s nuclear stockpile, to inform present and future stockpile decisions, and to be an engine of discovery for national security.
General Atomics supports wide-ranging research in ICF, IFE, and HED physics worldwide. GA components and services were an integral part of the successful 2022-23 ignition campaign on NIF. We have supplied components, diagnostics, and associated equipment and support services to NNSA laboratories and other clients for more than 25 years.
EX-Fusion can accept higher risk tolerance and accelerate the development of necessary technologies to commercialize nuclear fusion successfully. Japan is home to several world-leading technologies around nuclear fusion and lasers. By leveraging and aggregating those partnerships and building our proprietary technology, EX-Fusion contributes to this community.
TRUMPF is a market and technology leading manufacturer of industrial lasers and machine tools. Our innovations in laser sources and applications are found in almost every sector of industry. Our broad range of technologies provides the right solution for almost any application, from femto-second pulses to high-power continuous operation.
Edward Teller Medal
This medal is given in recognition of pioneering research and leadership in the use of high intensity drivers (e.g. lasers, ion-particle beams, pulsed power) to produce unique high-density matter for scientific research and to conduct investigations of inertial fusion.
Edouard Fabre Prize