13th PFMC Workshop / 1st FEMaS Conference

Scientific Program

Talks - Invited Speakers and Selected Speakers

Invited Speakers

Vladimir Barabash, ITER, France

Beryllium Qualification Activity for ITER First Wall Applications

Charlotte Bequart, Université Lille, France
Modelling of Radiation Damage in Tungsten including He Production

Paul Coad, JET, United Kingdom
Overview of JET Post-mortem Results following the 2007-9 Operational Period, and Comparisons with Previous Campaigns

Jan Willem Coenen, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Analysis of Structural Changes and High-Heat-Flux Tests on Pre-damaged Tungsten from Tokamak Melt Experiments

Gregory de Temmerman, FOM Institute for Plasma Physics Rijnhuizen, Netherlands
ELM-simulation Experiments under ITER-like Conditions

Monica Ferraris, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Glass Ceramic Joined SiC/SiC: Properties after Nuclear Irradiation

Yuji Hatano, Hydrogen Isotope Research Center, Japan
Wet-Chemical Methods for Fabrication of Tritium Permeation Barrier Coatings

Christoph Hugenschmidt, Technische Universität München, Germany
Irradiation Induced Defects in Alloys Examined by Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy

Thomas Jourdan, CEA Saclay, France
Insight into Defect Properties Created by Irradiation in Fe-C Provided by Multiscale Modeling (Mesoscopic Simulations Parameterized by ab Initio Calculations) Coupled with Resistivity Recovery Experiments

Karl Krieger, Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Germany
Transport and Screening of Ejected Tungsten in Controlled Melt Experiments at ASDEX Upgrade

Michael Lehnen, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Impact of Disruption Loads on Plasma Facing Components

Guang-Nan Luo, Insitute of Plasma Physics, China
Development of W/Cu Divertor Components for EAST

Guy Matthews; JET, United Kindom
The JET ITER-like Wall - Status and Experimental Programme Plan

Philippe Mertens,Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Detailed Design of a Solid Tungsten Divertor Row for JET in Relation to the Physics Goals

Marc Missirlian, CEA Cadarache, France
Fatigue Lifetime and Power Handling Capability of Actively Cooled PFCs for ITER Divertor

Raphael Mitteau, ITER, France
Lifetime Analysis of ITER First Wall under Steady State and Off Normal Loads

Tomasz Plocinski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Cs-corrected STEM investigations of materials for fusion (ODS ferritic steel)

Jochen Roth, Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Germany
Hydrogen in Tungsten as Plasma-facing Material

Søren Schmidt, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Latest Achievements Utilizing the 3DXRD Technique for Non-destructive Characterization of Microstructures

Thomas Schwarz-Selinger, Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Germany
Deuterium Retention in and Release from Beryllium Resulting from High Flux Plasma Exposure

Charles Skinner, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA
Lithium Wall Conditioning and Surface Dust Detection on NSTX

Yoshio Ueda, Osaka University, Japan
Recent Progress of Tungsten R&D for Fusion Application in Japan

Jeong-Ha You, Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Germany
Tungsten Wire-reinforced Tungsten Composites: State of the Art and Proof of Principle

Selected Speakers

David Armstrong, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Nanoindentation of Self ion Implanted Tungsten and Tungsten Alloys for Plasma Facing Applications

Dmitry Borodin , Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Modelling of Beryllium Erosion/Deposition and Local Transport at ITER First Wall Blanket Modules Using the ERO code

Darya Ivanova, KTH (Royal Institut of Technology), Alfvén Laboratory, Sweden
Overview of the Second Stage in the Comprehensive Mirrors Test in JET

N. Klimov, SRC RF TRINITI, Russia
Tungsten and carbon based PFCs erosion and eroded material deposition under ITER-like ELM and disruption loads at the plasma gun facility QSPA-T

Jari Likonen, TEKES, VTT, Finland
Deposition of 13C tracer in the JET MKII-HD divertor

Yasuhisa Oya, Shizuoka University, Japan
Comparison of deuterium retention for ion-irradiated and neutron-irradiated tungsten

Volker Philipps, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Deposition and Qualification of Tungsten Coatings Produced by Plasma Deposition in WF6 precursor Gas

Gerald Pintsuk, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Thermal shock response of fine and ultra fine grained tungsten based materials

Dmitry Rudakov, University of California, San Diego, USA
Arcing in DIII-D as a Source of PFC Erosion and Dust Production

Burkhard Schillinger, Technical University Munich, Germany
Neutron tomography as a new method for 3D structure analysis of CFC as plasma facing material

Klaus Schmid, Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Germany
Predicting time evolution of hydrogen co-deposition in ITER based on self consistent global impurity transport modelling

Masato Yamagiwa, Nagoya University, Japan
In-situ measurement of hydrogen isotope retention using ion beam analyses during plasma exposure

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