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Journal Paper Publication

Authors are invited to submit their TOFE work for a special issue of the ANS journal Fusion Science and Technology. Click the + for more information.

TOFE 2024 call for journal papers

TOFE 2024 has partnered with the ANS journal Fusion Science and Technology (FST) to publish a special issue of papers derived from the conference.

**Submission window: open now with a deadline of September 30, 2024.


  • Your submitted paper should be derived from your conference abstract but must be updated to a full journal paper, including (for example) final results and a full description of the methods/technology. There is no restriction on length. Please follow submission guidelines listed here.
  • Your paper will go through the standard journal peer review process. This invitation is not a guarantee of acceptance or publication.
  • Please be mindful of the article type when submitting your paper. See the descriptions online here.
  • Standard publication in FST is free of charge, while open access publication is available for a fee ($2,630 per paper).
  • Accepted papers are published online ahead of print, immediately following copyediting and typesetting—usually within 6 to 8 weeks. The compiled special issue will follow, with print publication estimated for Q4 2025.

Click here to submit. Please select “TOFE 2024” from the list of special issues.

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Thank you again for attending TOFE 2024, and I hope you participate in this special issue opportunity!

Dr. Arkady Serikov
TOFE Publications Chair
Associate Editor, Fusion Science and Technology

Recent advances in the physics basis for fusion energy, combined with the emergence of new enabling technologies, have increased the imperative for the development of technology to deliver the promise of fusion energy. TOFE 2024 invites scientists, engineers, and fusion industry leaders from around the world to discuss how their scientific research and technology development are enabling this pivot. A mix of invited and contributed talks will cover topics such as fusion pilot plant studies, system and component design, enabling technologies, and industry facility needs. Tours of various fusion energy related facilities will be available. Madison, Wisconsin is one of the country’s breeding grounds for the pursuit of commercial fusion energy, and its four lakes will provide a scenic summer venue.

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