Agenda of 12th US-Japan Workshop on Inertial Electrostatic Confinement Fusion

Oct. 20. 2010

8:00-9:30 Registration
9:30-10:00 Opening & announcement
10:00-11:30 Sesison 1 chair E. HOTTA (Tokyo Tech.)
Gerald L.Kulcinski University of Wisconsin
Overview of University of Wisconsin IEC Research
Kai MASUDA Kyoto University(Nagasaki Lab.)
Overview of IEC Research at Kyoto University
Joe Khachan University of Sydney
Overview of IEC research at the University of Sydney
11:30-12:00 Group Photo
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-15:00 Session 2 chair J. Khachan (U. of Sydney)
Rich Bonomo University of Wisconsin
UW IEC Group 2010: Further Infrastructure Improvements and Preparations for 300 kV Operation
Taiju KAJIWARA Kyoto University (Nagasaki Lab.)
High spatial resolution proton measurement system in low pressure IEC device
David Donovan University of Wisconsin
Spatial and Energy Profiling of D-D Fusion Reactions in an Inertial Electrostatic Confinement Fusion Device
Kazuyuki NOBORIO Kyoto University (Konishi Lab.)
Evaluation of energy distribution and beam shape of cylindrical dischargetype fusion neutron source
Yutaro JINUSHI Tokyo Institute of Technology
Temperature dependence of performance in neutron production of a coaxial double cylindrical IEC device
15:20-17:00 Session3 chair G. L. Kulcinski (U. of Wisconsin)
Akihide MAEDA Kansai University
Elimination of E-M Noise in Measuring Neutrons of Pulsed IEC Device
Ikuta NAKANO Kansai University
Measurement of Neutron Production Rate in Pulsed IEC Device
John Kipritidis Kyoto University (Nagasaki Lab.)
Down to the wire: distinguishing beam-grid from beam-beam reactions in low pressure IECF
Colin Tuft University of Sydney
Spherical plasma oscillations in a reversed polarity inertial electrostatic confinement device
Move to Tanimachi area
18:00- 20:00 Optional dinner at eKappougifthe Japanese Pub

Oct. 21. 2010

9:00-10:30 Session 4 chair K. MASUDA (Kyoto U.)
Gil Emmert University of Wisconsin
Integral Transport Modeling of Spherically Symmetric, Girdded IEC Devices
Tatsuya YOSHIDA Kansai University
Numerical Study on Ion Trajectories from Ion Source in IEC Device
Eric Alderson University of Wisconsin
Theoretical and Experimental Studies of Negative Ions in IEC devices at UW ? Madison
Yu YAMAGAKI Kyoto University(Nagasaki Lab.)
Simulation of Ion Recirculation in IEC Using a Multi-Stage Feedthrugh for Improved Spherical Symmetry of Electric Field
10:50-11:50 Poster Session
Michiaki UTSUMI Tokai University
Overview of Tokai University Activities on IEC
Hodaka OSAWA Kansai University
Overview of Recent IEC Studies at Kansai University
Bongki Jung Seoul national University
Optimized Discharge Characteristics of Cylindrical Inertial Electrostatic Confinement Device for High Yield Fusion Source
Kei TAKAKURA Tokyo Institute of Technology
Study on IEC with magnetic field at Tokyo Institute of Technology
Yukari NAKAJIMA Kansai University
Study of Coulomb Interactions of Ions with CUDA and Grape 6 Simulators
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-14:40 Session 5 chair M. Ohnishi(Kansai U.)
John F. Santarius University of Wisconsin
Approaches to Optimizing Gridded IEC Devices
Joel G. Rogers
Evaluation of Net Power Polywell Designs
Evaluation of Net Power Polywell Design(NewVersion)
Matthew Carr University of Sydney
Progress in the Sydney University Polywell project
Hiroshi HORIBE Kurita Corp.
Trouble Shooting and Improving Report in 2010 Kansai University's Pulse Modulator
15:00-15:30 Summery Session
John F Santarius Summary & Thoughts on theUS-Japan IEC Workshop
18:00-20:00 Banquet Awards