Newport, Rhode Island
19th Topical Conference on Radio Frequency Power in Plasmas
Fusion scientists and engineers, plasma physicists, RF engineers, theoretical physicists and specialists of plasma-wave interaction, students.
Topics of the conference
Wave interaction with plasmas, such as heating, current generation, diagnostics, and confinement and profile control.
RF applications in fusion devices, including tokamaks, stellarators, spherical tori, reverse field pinches, and other alternate confinement concepts.
Basic RF wave physics, and applications in plasma sources for material processing, space propulsion, ionospheric and astrophysical wave-plasma interactions, etc.
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