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Invited Speaker selections were made by the International Program Committee.

  1. Panith Adulsiriswad, National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS), Japan
    Hybrid simulation of linear and nonlinear dynamics of energetic particle driven magnetohydrodynamic instabilities in Heliotron J
  1. Daniel Andruczyk, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA
    Increased Plasma Performance with Liquid Lithium in Quasi Steady State HIDRA Plasmas
  1. Antoine Baillod, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
    Stellarator optimization for nested magnetic surfaces at finite beta and toroidal current
  1. Álvaro Cappa, Laboratorio Nacional de Fusion (CIEMAT), Spain
    Linear stability analysis of TJ-II stellarator NBI driven Alfvén eigenmodes in ECRH and ECCD experiments
  1. Daniel Carralero, Laboratorio Nacional de Fusion (CIEMAT), Spain
    Recent turbulence investigations in the TJ-II and W7-X stellarators: experimental characterisation and 3D code-based interpretation
  1. Andreas Dinklage, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP), Germany
    The effect of magnetic islands on the bootstrap current in Wendelstein 7-X
  1. Yuhe Feng, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP), Germany
    Detachment Physics of W7-X Island Divertor
  1. Keiji Fujita, National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS), Japan
    Study on impurity hole plasmas by global neoclassical simulation
  1. Michael Gerard, University of Wisconsin – Madison, USA
    Optimizing the HSX Stellarator for Trapped-Electron-Mode Turbulence
  1. Kenneth Hammond, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), USA
    Design and optimization of a quasi-axisymmetric stellarator with permanent magnets
  1. Rogerio Jorge, Universidade de Lisboa Instituto Superior Técnic (IST), Portugal
    Novel Designs of Quasi-Isodynamic Stellarators
  1. Shinji Kobayashi, Institute of Advance Energy, Kyoto University, Japan
    Effect of 3D magnetic field on confinement and transport in Heliotron J
  1. Matt Landreman, University of Maryland, USA
    New stellarator configurations with precise quasisymmetry
  1. Samuel Lazerson, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP), Germany
    Stellarator Fast Ion Physics in Wendelstein 7-X
  1. Haifeng Liu, Southwest Jiaotong University, China
    Current Progress in Engineering/Physical Studies and Fabrication of the Chinese First Quasi-axisymmetric Stellarator (CFQS)
  1. Robert Lunsford, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), USA
    Impurity Powder Driven Plasma Modifications on the Large Helical Device
  1. Dmitry Moseev, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP), Germany
    Accelerated impurity exhaust by means of ICRF heating at LHD
  1. Alejandro Banon Navarro, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP), Germany
    GENE-3D/KNOSOS-Tango: A New High-Fidelity Model for Predicting Core Plasmas Profiles in Stellarators
  1. Nerea Panadero, Laboratorio Nacional de Fusion (CIEMAT), Spain
    Is core fuelling by pellets in helical devices as straightforward as envisaged? An overview of simulation results with the HPI2 code in TJ-II and other helical devices
  1. Valeria Perseo, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP), Germany
    2D measurements of impurity flows and line radiation in the W7-X scrape-off layer for attached and detached plasmas
  1. Felix Reimold, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP), Germany
    Status of impurity transport in W7-X with special focus on the plasma boundary and the reactor perspective
  1. Edilberto Sánchez, Laboratorio Nacional de Fusion (CIEMAT), Spain
    A quasi-isodynamic configuration with good confinement of fast ions for low beta
  1. Naoki Tamura, National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS), Japan
    Initial Results of He Beam Experiments in LHD
  1. Kenji Tanaka, National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS), Japan
    Ion turbulence studies in LHD and W7-X
  1. Thomas Wegner, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP), Germany
    Impurity transport in the core region of W7-X during its most recent campaigns
  1. Adelle Wright, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), USA
    Exploring stellarator β-limits with nonlinear MHD modelling
  1. José Luis Velasco, Laboratorio Nacional de Fusion (CIEMAT), Spain
    Theoretical prediction of improved energetic ion confinement in low-beta Wendelstein 7-X plasmas with reduced turbulence
  1. Hiroyuki Yamaguchi, National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS), Japan
    Development of coil-shaping-based optimization code and its application to helical coil stellarator
  1. Marco Zanini, Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP), Germany
    Sawtooth-like crashes at W7-X

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