No. Presentation Code Presentation Schedule Title Name Country File
Date Time
1 MO01(B) Jan. 25(Mon.) 10:10-10:30 High-heat Flux Tests of Tungsten Divertor Mock-ups With Steady State Plasma and e-beam Viacheslav BUDAEV Russian Federation
2 MO02(B) 11:00-11:20 Contributions of Vapor Shielding at Metal Walls to the Erosion Suppression during Transient Events Kenzo IBANO Japan
3 MO03(B) 11:50-12:10 Investigation of D2 Ion Incident Angle Effect on W Blister and Dust Generation Ki-Baek ROH South Korea
4 MO04(B) 12:10-12:30 Material Erosion, Deposition and Transport in the Divertor Region of the Stellarator W7-X Matej MAYER Germany
5 MO05(B) 12:30-12:50 Predictive Modelling of Beryllium Erosion, Transport and Deposition in ITER Plasmas Juri ROMAZANOV Germany
6 MO06(B) 14:40-15:00 Integrated Modelling: Coupling of Surface Evolution and Plasma-impurity Transport Klaus SCHMID Germany
7 MO07(B) 15:00-15:20 Characterizing Erosion and Re-deposition Properties of Silicon Carbide for Use as a Plasma-facing Material in PISCES and DIII-D Gregory SINCLAIR U.S.A
8 MO08(B) 15:50-16:10 Intra-ELM Tungsten Erosion Behavior in He and D Plasma Discharges in EAST Guoliang XU China
9 MO09(B) 16:10-16:30 Arc Behaviour at the Inner Baffle of ASDEX Upgrade Volker ROHDE Germany
10 TO10(C) Jan. 26(Tue.) 10:10-10:30 Deuterium and Helium Retention and Corresponding Modifications of W-based Materials under Stationary Operation Regime and Transients Olga OGORODNIKOVA Russian Federation
11 TO11(C) 11:00-11:20 Studies of Plasma-driven Hydrogen Isotope Permeation through Wall Materials for ITER and CFETR Haishan ZHOU China
12 TO12(C) 11:50-12:10 Recycling Control with a Flowing Liquid Li Limiter in High Confinement, High Heating Power H-modes in EAST Guizhong ZUO China
13 TO13(C) 12:10-12:30 Particle Fueling and Exhaust in the Wendelstein 7-X Island Divertor Thierry Kremeyer U.S.A
14 TO14(A) 12:30-12:50 Influence of Electrical Currents Driven by Thermionic Emission on Tungsten Melt Motion Karl KRIEGER Germany
15 TO15(A) 14:40-15:00 Defect Evolution in Self-damaged Tungsten due to Transient Heating Jonathan YU U.S.A
16 TO16(F) 15:00-15:20 The Effect of Target Shaping on Impurity Retention and Pedestal Performance in the Slot Divertor at DIII-D Livia CASALI U.S.A
17 TO17(F) 15:50-16:10 New Gyrokinetic Understanding of ITER's Wide Divertor Heat-Flux Width C.S. CHANG U.S.A
18 TO18(F) 16:10-16:30 Demonstration of Actively Controlled Detachment in High Performance Scenarios on DIII-D and EAST David Eldon United States of America
19 WO19(F) Jan. 27(Wed.) 10:10-10:30 A Quantitative Analysis of the Effects of Neutral Trapping and Total Flux Expansion in TCV and MAST-U Alexandre FIL United Kingdom
20 WO20(F) 11:00-11:20 Long-pulse Operation of Wendelstein 7-X in Attached Scenarios Marcin JAKUBOWSKI Germany
21 WO21(F) 11:50-12:10 Filamentary Transport in the Wendelstein 7-X Scrape-off Layer Carsten KILLER Germany
22 WO22(F) 12:10-12:30 Impact of Plasma Shaping and Negative Triangularity on Edge Plasma Turbulence and Equilibrium in TOKAM3X Simulations Elias LARIBI France
23 TO23(F) Jan. 28(Thur.) 10:10-10:30 Recent Progress in Understanding of the Outer Divertor Heat Flux Increase during RMP-ELM Suppressed Regimes in KSTAR Hyungho LEE South Korea
24 TO24(F) 11:00-11:20 MHD Stability Constraints on Divertor Heat Flux Width in DIII-D Anthony LEONARD U.S.A
25 TO25(F) 11:50-12:10 Closure, Drifts, and Energy Dissipation Studies Using the DIII-D Small Angle Slot Divertor Dan THOMAS U.S.A
26 TO26(F) 12:10-12:30 X-point Potential well Formation in Diverted Tokamaks Mirko WENSING Switzerland
27 TO27(F) 12:30-12:50 Impact of Divertor Target Material and Gas Puff Location on ITER Divertor Performance Jae-Sun PARK South Korea
28 TO28(E) 14:40-15:00 Measurements of Tungsten Net Erosion in the DIII-D Divertor via WI and WII Spectroscopy and Comparison to Re-deposition Models Tyler ABRAMS U.S.A
29 TO29(E) 15:00-15:20 Validation of EDGE2D-EIRENE and DIVIMP for W SOL Transport in JET Henri KUMPULAINEN Finland
30 TO30(E) 15:50-16:10 Progress of Tungsten Spectral Modeling for ITER Edge Plasma Diagnostics Based on Tungsten Spectroscopy in LHD Izumi MURAKAMI Japan
31 TO31(H) 16:10-16:30 Infrared Thermography in Metallic Environments of WEST and ASDEX Upgrade Marie-Helene AUMEUNIER France
32 FO32(G) Jan. 29(Fri.) 10:10-10:30 On the Origin and Creation of Scrape-off Layer Filaments Michael GRIENER Germany
33 FO33(I) 10:30-10:50 Overview of Power Exhaust Experiments in the COMPASS Divertor with Liquid Metals Renaud DEJARNAC Czech Republic
34 FO34(I) 14:40-15:00 Combined High Fluence and High Cycle Number Transient Loading of ITER-like Monoblocks in Magnum-PSI Thomas MORGAN Netherlands