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Nuclear and Emerging Technologies for Space (NETS 2023)
May 7–11, 2023
Idaho Falls, ID|Snake River Event Center
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IAEA launches comic book contest for teens
The International Atomic Energy Agency is inviting teens aged 14 to 18 to submit original comic book pages depicting a space-based nuclear science experiment on agricultural seeds that the agency is conducting with the United Nations’ Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO). The contest is offering prizes, including publication of the winning designs on the IAEA website, for the champion and finalists. The deadline for April 16.
Technology of Fusion Energy (TOFE)
Thursday, June 16, 2022|10:15AM–12:00PM PDT|Huntington A
Paul W. Humrickhouse
Robert C. Duckworth
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Measuring the Quench Dynamics and Propagation of the VIPER High Temperature Superconducting Cable
Erica Salazar (Commonwealth Fusion Systems), Zachary Hartwig (MIT), Philip Michael (Plasma Science and Fusion Center)
Ultra-High Field Superconductors for Compact Fusion Magnets
Venkat Selvamanickam (Univ. Houston)
Development of High-Temperature Superconducting CORC® Cables and Demountable Joints for Fusion Magnets
Danko van d. Laan (Advanced Conductor Technologies), Jeremy Weiss (Advanced Conductor Technologies), Kyle Radcilff (Advanced Conductor Technologies), Tim Mulder (CERN), Alexey Dudarev (CERN), Herman t. Kate (Univ. Twente), Xiaorong Wang (Berkeley Lab), Yuhu Zhai (Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory), Steve Allen (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority), Frank Schoofs (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority), Jack Greenwood (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority), Julian Holt (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority), U.P. Trociewitz (Applied Superconductivity Center), D. Abraimov (Applied Superconductivity Center), D.S. Davis (Applied Superconductivity Center), L.D. Cooley (Applied Superconductivity Center), D.C. Larbalestier (Applied Superconductivity Center)
Doppler Backscattering: A Powerful Plasma Turbulence and Flow Diagnostic
Lothar Schmitz (Univ. California, Los Angeles)
Diagnostic Focus on C-2W Results
Thomas Roche (TAE Technologies)
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