Hosted by the ITER Organization (IO), this year’s annual workshop of the ISP is about pulsed power applications. The topic is intentionally kept very open and is open for all possible applications around the topic of pulsed power.
This workshop is intended to regularly provide the possibility of networking within the pulsed power community and to support the scientific / technical exchange between science, industry and students. The frame of the workshop shall provide a more intimate opportunity for social and technical interaction than a large conference. The workshop is accompanied by a tour to the ITER construction site and the annual member meeting of the ISP.
The topics Fusion and Pulsed Power are close to each other and have many overlaps. Therefore, it is a great pleasure and honor for the ISP that the ITER organization that has set itself the goal of bringing the sun to earth, has offered to host this workshop and the member meeting. ITER is a groundbreaking project of superlatives. We have the opportunity to take a close look at the huge construction site and learn more about this project of the century.
The workshop is free of charge. Accommodation, meals and travel are the responsibility of the participants.
|Thursday March 10:||12h00||Registration/Arrival|
|13h30||Workshop Part I (Detailed Program to Follow)|
|19h00||Dinner (sponsored for ISP members)|
|Friday March 11:||08h30||ISP member meeting|
|10h00||Workshop Part II (Detailed Program to Follow)|
|12h30||Lunch at your own expense|
|16h00||End of the event|
Please contact us if you are interested in giving a presentation.
|Michael BADER||Oliver LIEBFRIED||Georg Müller||Sylvain PINGUET|
|Workshop organization||ISP treasurer||ISP vice chairman||ISP secretary|
|Ampegon||Researcher at French-German Research Institute of Saint -Louis||Karlsruhe Institute of Technology||Technical director at Pulsolution GmbH|
|Phone: +41 79 418 96 40||Phone: +33 389 69 51 96||Phone: +49 721 608-24669||Phone: +41 79 136 94 36|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Email: email@example.com||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Email: email@example.com|
The ITER site is situated in the middle of the Provence about 30 km northwest of Aix-en-Provence. The travel options are well described on the ITER website: