Oct 11 – 15, 2021
Virtual in Consorzio RFX
Europe/Rome timezone

Invited speakers


Tutorial talks

Alain BRIZARD (Saint Michael’s College, United States)
Gauge-free gyrokinetic models for hybrid-kinetic simulations of magnetized fusion plasmas

Philippa BROWNING (University of Manchester, United Kingdom)
Modelling energetic particles in solar and stellar flares

Gerardo GIRUZZI (Institute for Magnetic Fusion Research, France)
JT-60SA objectives, scientific programme and physics studies

Sergei SHARAPOV (Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, United Kingdom)
Fast particle instabilities in magnetic fusion: experiment vs theory


Plenary talks

Ksenia ALEYNIKOVA (Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics Greifswald, Germany)
Current drive induced crash cycles in W7-X

Justin BALL (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
A non-twisting flux tube for local gyrokinetic simulations

Alessandro DI SIENA (University of Texas, United States)
Fast ion-induced transport barriers in global gyrokinetic simulations

Jeronimo GARCIA (Institute for Magnetic Fusion Research, France)
Fast ions as a tool for turbulent transport suppression on JET

Isabel KREBS (Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research, Netherlands)
Magnetic flux pumping in the hybrid tokamak scenario: Theory, simulations and experimental validation

Eric NARDON (Institute for Magnetic Fusion Research, France)
Validation and interpretation of 3D non-linear MHD disruption simulations with JOREK

Svetlana RATYNSKAIA (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Modelling of plasma facing components melt dynamics

Mireille SCHNEIDER (ITER Organization)
Progress in physics modelling in support of the ITER Research Plan

Emilia SOLANO (Centre for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research, Spain)
L-H transition studies at JET: challenges to theory

Dennis ST-ONGE (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
Spectrally accurate global-local gyrokinetic simulations of turbulence in tokamak plasmas

Anna TENERANI (University of Texas, United States)
Solar coronal heating and wind acceleration: Insights from Parker Solar Probe

Jose-Luis VELASCO (Centre for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research, Spain)
KNOSOS, a fast neoclassical code for optimization of 3D magnetic geometries

George WILKIE (Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, United States)
A spectral framework for solving the nonlinear Boltzmann equation