IFE Strategic Planning Workshop
Feb 22, 2022. Past Events
This 3-day virtual meeting will bring the community together for the IFE Science & Technology Strategic Planning Workshop. This community-driven effort will seek to assess near- and long-term research opportunities in inertial fusion energy, and outline and develop a strategy for the HEDP, ICF, and IFE communities to work together. The Workshop will focus on the science and technology needed to make IFE an attractive energy source and how the needed R&D will evolve from current HEDP/ICF/IFE activities and facilities.
The workshop will be held Tuesday through Thursday, February 22-24, 2022, via Webex. Webex login information will be sent in registration confirmation notification.
Registration is required by February 21, 2022. There is no registration fee.
The workshop format will include plenary overviews, panel discussions and breakout sessions to discuss key topics in more detail.
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