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Looking for organiser next Fusion PhD Event! (open call)

FuseNet is looking for a hosting party to organise the next edition of the famous Fusion PhD Event. After six successful editions in the past, this year should have another gathering of the PhD students in Europe. More info and a link to the call form here...

10th Festival de Théorie: "Phase Dynamics"

 

 

 

Every two years the Festival de Théorie aims to promote interactions between Master and PhD students, postdocs and young scientists in fusion plasma physics & related fields (including theory, simulation and experiment) with leading reseachers from around the world, in a collaborative environment where current ideas are discussed. This year’s topic is Phase Dynamics.

Heavy Metal Summer School 2019

The SCK•CEN Academy for Nuclear Science and Technology organizes a new edition of the Heavy metal summer school from June 17 until June 21, 2019 at the SCK•CEN Lakehouse in Mol, Belgium.

Call for mini workshops 2019

The FuseNet Association supports the organization of mini-workshops: a typically 2-5 day event with a limited audience (on PhD or master level) that covers a topic that is not widely addressed in summer schools or on another educational activity.

As of now, FuseNet is looking for organisations, companies, research institutes or universities in Europe that want to organize such a mini-workshop. Institutes can claim the actual costs, up to 9k€ each. See the attached document for more details. The call is open from now on and runs until 1 June 2019.

17th SUMmer TRAIning Course (SUMTRAIC) 2019

SUMTRAIC is an experimental SUMmer TRAIning Course in plasma physics in magnetic confinement fusion devices (tokamaks) organised annually at the Institute of Plasma Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague (IPP CAS), Czech Republic.

PlasmaSurf Summer School 2019

PlasmaSurf is a summer school on plasma physics, intense lasers and nuclear fusion, tailored for BSc/MSc engineering and physics students. It is a great opportunity to get an insight into these topics with a view to a future career, or to complement your curricular training by broadening your knowledge in an exciting and forefront area of physics.

Conference "Advances and Applications in Plasma Physics"

The meeting will bring together experts and young scientists from various plasma subfields, including nuclear fusion, astrophysical plasmas, industrial plasmas and laser-plasma interactions. The conference will provide opportunities for discussions and lower barriers between plasma experimentalists and theorists alike, resulting in new partnerships between the different plasma communities.

 

Organizing Institutions:

Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Nature Communications, Nature Physics and Nature Reviews Physics

PhDia Summer School: Synthetic diagnostics for inferring plasma properties

The third edition of the biannual PhDia Fusion Summer School will be focused on synthetic diagnostics for plasma physics, including magnetic and inertial confinement.

The School is addressed to undergraduate, graduate and PhD students with their tutors. Lectures supported by "hands-on" tutorials will be given by recognised world experts in the field of plasma physics. Short oral presentations by PhD student are encouraged, with a prize for the best contributions. Selected contributions will be published in a peer-reviewed journal.

Polytech-SOKENDAI Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion summer school

Organized by the Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University in cooperation with the School of Physical Sciences of SOKENDAI (総研大, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan), the Polytechnic Summer School on Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion is suitable as the first plasma physics course or an add-on course for senior undergraduate students and graduate students.

46th EPS Conference on Plasma Physics

The 46th European Physical Society Conference on Plasma Physics (EPS2019) will be held in Milan (Italy), July 8 to 12, 2019.

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