Stellarator Community Initiative 2014

Presentations

  1. Prospects and Alternatives for development of U.S. Stellarator Program
    – Jeffrey H. Harris, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  2. Development of 3-D Divertor Solutions for Stellarators through Coordinated Domestic and International Research
    – Oliver Schmitz, University of Wisconsin
  3. Long Pulse Physics via International Stellarator Collaboration
    – Glen A. Wurden, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  4. 3D Theory and Computation as a Major Driver for Advances in Stellarators
    – Matt Landreman, University of Maryland
  5. The case for QUASAR (NCSX)
    – J. Freidberg, E. Marmar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    H. Neilson, M. Zarnstorff, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
  6. US Strategies for an Innovative Stellarator-based FNSF
    – Michael C. Zarnstorff, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Presentation to DOE-FES (January 2014)

Briefing for DOE Office of Fusion Energy Sciences
  – D. Gates, H. Neilson, M. Zarnstorff, PPPL, J. Harris, ORNL, G. Wurden, LANL
            D. Anderson, University of Wisconsin, D. Maurer, Auburn University


White Papers/FESAC

  1. Control of High-Performance Steady-State Plasmas:Status of Gaps and Stellarator Solutions
    – Members of the National Stellarator Coordinating Committee
  2. Solutions for Steady-State High Performance MFE:A U.S. Stellarator Program for the Next Ten Years
    – Members of the National Stellarator Coordinating Committee
  3. Development of 3-D Divertor Solutions for Stellaratorsthrough Coordinated Domestic and International Research
    – Oliver Schmitz, University of Wisconsin
  4. 3D Theory and Computation:
    A cost‐effective Means to Address "Long‐pulse" and "Control" Gaps
    – Matt Landreman, University of Maryland
  5. Status and Prospects of the U.S. Collaboration with the Max-Planck Institute for Plasma Physics on Stellarator Research on the Wendelstein 7-X Device
    – Thomas Klinger, Hans-Stephan Bosch, Per Helander, Thomas Sunn Pedersen, Robert Wolf, 
    Max-Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
  6. The Case for QUASAR (NCSX)
    – J. Freidberg, E. Marmar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    H. Neilson, M. Zarnstorff, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
  7. A Perspective on QUASAR
    – Thomas Klinger, Hans-Stephan Bosch, Per Helander, Thomas Sunn Pedersen, Robert Wolf, 
    Max-Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
  8. A Management Strategy for QUASAR
    – H. Neilson, D. Gates, M. Zarnstorff, S. Prager, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory