Poster Session 1 : Jan. 25(Mon), 16:30-18:30

No. Presentation Code Title Name Country File
1 MP1-001(B) Microscopy Study of the Growth and Erosion of Fuzz on Tungsten by Helium Plasma Exposure in ASDEX Upgrade Martin BALDEN Germany
2 MP1-002(B) Role of Redeposition during Off-Normal-Incidence Plasma Exposures on Plasma Facing Component Surface Modification Clyde BEERS U.S.A
3 MP1-003(B) Atomistic Modeling of Plasma-wall Interactions using Machine Learned Potential Energy Functions Lei CHEN Austria
4 MP1-004(B) Study of Tungsten Plate Bending during Transient Heat Load Possible in ITER Dmitry CHEREPANOV Russian Federation
5 MP1-005(B) Impacts of Impurity Flux on Erosion and Deposition of Carbon/Tungsten Rough Surfaces Shuyu DAI China
6 MP1-006(B) Erosion/deposition on the W7-X First-wall Probes after the First Phase of Divertor Operation Chandra Prakash DHARD Germany
7 MP1-007(B) Beryllium Erosion in Pure D and Nitrogen Seeded Limiter Plasmas in JET Timo DITTMAR Germany
8 MP1-008(B) Pilot Experiments on RF Plasma Cleaning of Be Deposits in QSPA Facility Artem DMITRIEV Russian Federation
9 MP1-009(B) Advances in Theoretical Atomic Data and Spectroscopic Support for Tungsten and Net Erosion Diagnostics David ENNIS U.S.A
10 MP1-010(B) Formation of a Tungsten Oxide Layer on Top of the W(110) Surface Investigated by Density Functional Theory Calculations Zachary PIAZZA France
11 MP1-011(B) In/out Asymmetry of Divertor Tungsten Fluxes in the WEST Tokamak: Impact of Local Plasma Parameters and Magnetic Configuration Alberto GALLO France
12 MP1-012(B) Crack Generation and Structure Behavior of Textured Tungsten Samples under Sequential Steady-state and Pulsed Hydrogen Plasma Loads Oleksii GIRKA South Korea
13 MP1-013(B) How to Predict and Monitor Tungsten Net Erosion in Tokamak Divertor? Jerome GUTERL U.S.A
14 MP1-014(B) ERO Modelling of Net and Gross Erosion of Marker Samples Exposed to L-mode Plasmas on ASDEX Upgrade Antti HAKOLA Finland
15 MP1-015(B) Plasma Instabilities are Serious Threat to a Successful Tokamak Concept Ahmed Hassanein United States Minor Outlying Islands
16 MP1-016(B) Erosion and Screening of Tungsten during inter/intra-ELM Periods in the JET-ILW Divertor Alexander HUBER Germany
17 MP1-017(B) Collisional Radiative Modeling of Tungsten for Gross and Net Erosion Curtis JOHNSON U.S.A
18 MP1-018(B) Dynamic Tungsten Erosion and Deposition under JET-ILW Divertor Conditions Andreas KIRSCHNER Germany
19 MP1-019(B) Erosion and Deposition Studies during L- and H-mode Plasma Discharges in the Outer Strike Point Region of ASDEX Upgrade Aki LAHTINEN Finland
20 MP1-020(B) In Situ Diagnosis of Surface Damage of Plasma Facing Components Based on Laser Speckle Interferometry in Presence of Vibration Yuanbo LI China
21 MP1-021(B) Impacts of Bombardment Energy on Hydrogen Reflection from a Tungsten Fuzz Surface Donghong LIU China
22 MP1-022(B) Study of the Recrystallization Kinetics of ITER-grade Tungsten by a Laser-based Facility Marco MINISSALE France
23 MP1-023(B) Modeling Material Mixing and Migration during Resonant Magnetic Perturbations using the ERO2.0 Code Marcos NAVARRO-GONZALEZ U.S.A
24 MP1-024(B) Multi-wavelength Raman Microscopy for Be Based Materials: Defect Induced Bands, Oxides, or Hydrides? Cedric PARDANAUD France
25 MP1-025(B) Study of Erosion of Carbon and Tungsten Divertor in KSTAR using ERO Code Heesung PARK South Korea
26 MP1-026(B) Estimation of Dust Generation Rate on Tungsten Tiles during ELM-like Transient Heat Loads Insun PARK South Korea
27 MP1-027(B) Resuspension of Tokamak-relevant Tungsten Particles Loaded with Tritium Samuel PEILLON France
28 MP1-028(B) Distribution of Nitrogen and Trace Isotopes on Wall Material of JET-ILW Per PETERSSON Sweden
29 MP1-029(B) Post-mortem Analyses of Shadowed Surfaces of Tungsten Tiles of T-10 Ring Limiter Aleksandr PISAREV Russian Federation
30 MP1-030(B) Evaluation of the Oxygen Concentration on W7-X Tiles Marcin RASINSKI Germany
31 MP1-031(B) In-situ RF Plasma Cleaning Monitor for Optics Recovery in ITER Alexey RAZDOBARIN Russian Federation
32 MP1-032(B) Observation of Fatigue Crack Propagation with Grain Growth on Tungsten Irradiated by ELM-like Transient High Heat Flux Myeong-Geon LEE South Korea
33 MP1-033(A) Experimental Verification of a Physical Model for Tungsten Lattice Damage by Hydrogen Irradiation at Sub-threshold Ion Energy Liang GAO Germany
34 MP1-034(B) Development of Be-D Co-deposition Model Including Deposited Layer Growth Michael SIMMONDS U.S.A
35 MP1-035(B) Advanced Modelling of DIII-D Tungsten Divertor Probe Experiments for Analysis of Plasma ELM and Non-ELM Effects on Sputter Erosion, Transport, and Redeposition Tatyana Sizyuk U.S.A
36 MP1-036(B) In-situ Investigation of Deuterium Retention in Tungsten with Ion Beam Analysis and Thermal Desorption Spectroscopy Paul S. SZABO Austria
37 MP1-037(B) MEMOS-U Modelling of AUG Tungsten Leading Edge Exposures Emil THORÉN Sweden
38 MP1-038(B) Study the Erosion of RAFM Steels with the Linear Plasma Device GyM Andrea UCCELLO Italy
39 MP1-039(B) Dynamics of the Tungsten Surface Topography after Formation of the Crack Network during ITER-relevant Thermal Shocks Alexandr VASILYEV Russian Federation
40 MP1-040(B) LIBS Analysis of Samples from the COMPASS Vacuum Chamber during Liquid Metal Experiments Pavel VEIS Slovakia
41 MP1-041(B) Simulations of Transient Metallic Melt Motion in Fusion-relevant Conditions Ladislas VIGNITCHOUK Sweden
42 MP1-042(B) BETA Facility for in-situ Observation of Surface Damage by Intense Transient Heat Loads Leonid VYACHESLAVOV Russian Federation
43 MP1-043(B) Analysis of Plasma Erosion in Low Activation High Entropy Alloy-based Material for Fusion Plasma Facing Applications Owais WASEEM U.S.A
44 MP1-044(B) Comparison of Implanted and Deposited Layer Depth Markers for First Wall Erosion Analysis in Fusion Devices Kevin WOLLER U.S.A
45 MP1-045(B) Time-resolved Monitoring of Erosion and Deposition using Quartz Crystal Microbalance in EAST Yu ZHANG China
46 MP1-046(B) Size Distribution of Nano-tendril Bundles with Various Additional Impurity Gases Rongshi ZHANG Japan
47 MP1-047(B) In-situ Leading Edge Induced Thermal Damages of Melting and Cracking on ITER-like W/Cu Mono-blocks during Long Pulse Operations in EAST Dahuan ZHU China
48 MP1-048(C) Sticking, Isotopic Exchange and Production of Ammonia on Materials Relevant to Fusion Reactors: Tungsten and 316L Stainless Steel Marco MINISSALE France
49 MP1-049(C) The Influence of D2 Pressure on the Formation, D Retention, and D Release from Be Co-deposits Matthew BALDWIN U.S.A
50 MP1-050(C) Study of Synergistic Effects on Deuterium Dynamic Retention in Self-damaged High-Z Materials Felipe Bedoya U.S.A
51 MP1-051(C) Deuterium Retention in W-Ta Monocrystall Alloys after Low-temperature Plasma Irradiation and Gas Exposure Nikolay BOBYR Russian Federation
52 MP1-052(C) Blister-dominated Deuterium Retention in Tungsten Materials Exposed to High Fluence Plasmas Mi Liu China
53 MP1-053(C) Influence of Nitrogen on Deuterium Retention in Polycrystalline Tungsten under Sequential and Simultaneous Irradiation Megan Goodland Canada
54 MP1-054(C) Multidimensional, Multi-material and Multi-physics Modelling of Hydrogen Migration in ITER Rémi DELAPORTE-MATHURIN France
55 MP1-055(C) The Effect of a Well-defined Tungsten Oxide layer on Deuterium Retention and Release : a Single Crystal Approach for Macroscopic Rate Equations Modeling AXEL DUNAND France
56 MP1-056(C) Mutual Influence of Helium and Deuterium Ions on Their Accumulation in Tungsten Yury GASPARYAN Russian Federation
57 MP1-057(C) Tritium Diagnostics for in Situ Inventory and Waste Management Mickael PAYET France
58 MP1-058(C) Overview of Recent Progress on Steady State Operation of All-metal Plasma Facing Wall Device, QUEST Kazuaki HANADA Japan
59 MP1-059(C) Plasma Fueling Experiment using Deuterium Pellet Injector in EAST Jiansheng HU China
60 MP1-060(C) Surface Morphology and Helium Bubbles Shape Evolution in Tungsten under Annealing Mykola IALOVEGA France
61 MP1-061(C) Assessment of Particle Exhaust Performance for Various DEMO Divertor Concepts Yuri IGITKHANOV Germany
62 MP1-062(C) Analytical Approach for Description of Temperature Dependence of Hydrogen-metal Co-deposition Stepan KRAT Russian Federation
63 MP1-063(C) Hydrogen Isotope Retention and Transport in Tungsten-rhenium Heun Tae LEE Japan
64 MP1-064(C) Chronic Off-gassing of CFC Tiles Exposed to the JET D-T Campaign Jari LIKONEN Finland
65 MP1-065(C) Non-recursive Sink Strengths for Rate Equation Simulations of Defect Dynamics in Solids Anna LISKI Finland
66 MP1-066(C) Spatial Distribution of Deuterium Retention in Tungsten using Laser Desorption Quadrupole Mass Spectroscopy Yan LYU China
67 MP1-067(C) Multi-scale Modeling of Tritium Retention in Helium Exposed Tungsten Compared to Experimentation David MARTIN U.S.A
68 MP1-068(C) Investigation of the Distribution of Remaining Tritium in Divertor in the Large Helical Device Suguru MASUZAKI Japan
69 MP1-069(C) Modelling 3D Effects in Hydrogen Transport and Release in Ion-irradiated Materials with COMSOL Dmitry MATVEEV Germany
70 MP1-070(C) Interpretative SOL Modeling throughout Multiple ELM Cycles over an Entire Discharge in DIII-D Andrew NELSON U.S.A
71 MP1-071(C) Hydrogen Retention in Tungsten Fibre-reinforced Tungsten Composites Rudolf NEU Germany
72 MP1-072(C) Deuterium Retention in Lithium-based 3D-printed Tungsten Targets Exposed to Fusion-relevant Flux Plasmas in Magnum-PSI Wei OU Netherlands
73 MP1-073(C) Evaluation of All Hydrogen Isotopes (H, D, T) Retentions in Tungsten Material Probes Exposed to the 2017 Plasma Campaign in LHD Yasuhisa OYA Japan
74 MP1-074(C) Deuterium Retention In Tungsten Irradiated by High-dose Neutrons at High Temperature Makoto OYA Japan
75 MP1-075(C) Tritium Retention in Plasma Facing Materials of JET ITER-Like-Wall Retrieved from Vacuum Vessel in 2012, 2014 and 2016 Elina PAJUSTE Latvia
76 MP1-076(C) SOLPS-ITER Modeling to Study the Role of Fueling in High Neutral Opacity Discharges on DIII-D Rishi PANDIT U.S.A
77 MP1-077(C) Modeling of Deuterium Retention under Plasma Heat Load Relevant to ITER Transient Plasma Events Aleksandr POSKAKALOV Russian Federation
78 MP1-078(C) SOLPS-ITER Study of the Relative Roles of Fueling and Plasma Transport on Setting the Density Pedestal in High SOL Opacity H-Modes on Alcator C-Mod Richard REKSOATMODJO U.S.A
79 MP1-079(C) Impact of the Ionization Source on the Pedestal Predicted by FRANTIC and EIRENE Neutral Models Coupled to the Plasma Code JETTO James SIMPSON United Kingdom
80 MP1-080(C) Simulation of Neutral gas flow in DTT Divertor using Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Method Christos TANTOS Germany
81 MP1-081(C) Neutron Irradiated Tungsten Bulk Defect Characterization by Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy Chase TAYLOR U.S.A
82 MP1-082(C) Deuterium Retention and Damage Creation in Tungsten at ELM-relevant Energies Tomi VUORIHEIMO Finland
83 MP1-083(C) Simulation of Effect of Helium on Deuterium Retention in Tungsten Under Simultaneous D and He Ions Iirradiation Zhenhou WANG China
84 MP1-084(C) Influence of Alloying Elements on Deuterium Retention in Binary W Alloys Irradiated with High Energy Fe Ions JING WANG China
85 MP1-085(C) Measuring Deuterium and Helium Depth Profile by Glow-Discharge Optical Emission Spectroscopy Ran He China
86 MP1-086(C) Investigation of Tritium Retention and Surface Properties on the First Wall of LHD Miyuki YAJIMA Japan
87 MP1-087(C) Research on Dynamic Retention Measurement using Fast Ejecting System of Targeted Sample (FESTA) in QUEST Qilin YUE Japan
88 MP1-088(C) Deuterium Retention in Mixed Be-W-D Co-deposited Layers Mikhail ZIBROV Germany
89 MP1-089(C) Surface Modification of Beryllium and Beryllide Exposed to D+He Mixture Plasma Mitsutaka MIYAMOTO Japan
90 MP1-090(C) Plasma-assisted Laser Ablation for Co-deposition of Deuterium with Metals Denis ELETS Russian Federation
91 MP1-091(D) Wall Conditioning in WEST First Experimental Campaigns David DOUAI France
92 MP1-092(D) Wall Conditioning with Boron Nitride and Boron Powder Injection in KSTAR Erik GILSON U.S.A
93 MP1-093(D) Divertor Conditioning by He- ECRH Pulse Trains in W7-X: Impact of Divertor Temperature and Strike Lines Sweeps on the Conditioning Efficiency Andrei GORIAEV Belgium
94 MP1-094(D) Tritium Release from Tungsten with Radiation-induced Defects Hikaru HIROSE Japan
95 MP1-095(D) Recovery of Wall Condition from Massive Material Injection of Disruption Mitigation System by Electron Cyclotron Wall Conditioning in KSTAR Jayhyun KIM South Korea
96 MP1-096(D) Discharge and PMI Evolution after a Large Lithium Evaporation and No Subsequent Inter-shot Wall Conditioning in NSTX H-modes Rajesh MAINGI U.S.A
97 MP1-097(D) Characterization of Neutral Particle Fluxes in the 100 eV Range of ICWC and ECWC Plasmas in TOMAS Sören MÖLLER Sweden
98 MP1-098(D) Hydrogen Isotope Removal from Liquid Lithium Melts using Thermal Desorption in a Distillation Column Cody MOYNIHAN U.S.A
99 MP1-099(D) Boron Transport Simulation using the ERO2.0 Code for Real-time Wall Conditioning in the Large Helical Device MAMORU SHOJI Japan
100 MP1-100(D) High Efficiency Removal of Deuterium Retention by Discharge Cleanings under Strong Magnetic Field in EAST Superconducting Tokamak Yaowei YU China
101 MP1-101(D) Deuterium Removal from Beryllium Co-deposits by Simulated X-point Sweeping Anze ZALOZNIK U.S.A

Poster Session 2 : Jan. 26(Tue), 16:30-18:30

No. Presentation Code Title Name Country File
1 TP2-001(A) Measurement of Incident Ion Direction at Divertor Surfaces using Micro Engineered Targets on DiMES at DIII-D Shota ABE U.S.A
2 TP2-002(A) Modeling the Effect of Material Surface Erosion on Sub-surface Gas Content and Release with Cluster Dynamics in a PISCES Experiment Sophie BLONDEL U.S.A
3 TP2-003(A) PIC Simulations of Ion and Electron Energy and Particle Fluxes Received by A Biased Surface Jerome MORITZ France
4 TP2-004(A) Analysis of the Sheath Potential near the Tokamak Divertor Target by Direct Assessment of the Main Ion Dynamics Igor BYKOV United States Minor Outlying Islands
5 TP2-005(A) Development of KAERI Plasma Beam Irradiation Facility for PSI Study Kil-Byoung CHAI South Korea
6 TP2-006(A) Energy Deposition and Melt Deformation for ITER Vertical Displacement Event Scenarios Jonathan COBURN France
7 TP2-007(A) Investigating the Mechanisms and Threshold of Unipolar Arcing Chabha DJERROUD France
8 TP2-008(A) Particle-in-Cell Simulations of Material Emission from Boron and Lithium Surfaces Exposed to Deuterium Plasmas Jon DROBNY U.S.A
9 TP2-009(A) The Impact of Surface Morphology on the Erosion of Metallic Surfaces - Modelling with the 3D Monte-Carlo Code ERO2.0 Alina EKSAEVA Germany
10 TP2-010(A) Recent Coordinated Activities on Plasma-surface Interactions at IAEA Kalle HEINOLA Austria
11 TP2-011(A) A Review of the Laboratory Studies on Innovative PFCs at NIFS and the Future Experiments at Chubu University Yoshi HIROOKA Japan
12 TP2-012(A) Investigating Helium Behavior in Tungsten through a Coordinated Experimental and Modeling Method Xunxiang HU U.S.A
13 TP2-013(A) Investigating Helium-hydrogen Synergies and Depth Dependent Concentrations in Tungsten using a Combination of Permeability Measurements, Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy, Laser Ablation Mass Spectroscopy, and Thermal Desorption Spectroscopy Wendy GARCIA U.S.A
14 TP2-014(A) Impact on Sputtering Yield by Improvement of Interatomic Potential Model for High Energy Collisions Atsushi ITO Japan
15 TP2-015(A) Study of Tungsten Surface Under High-enegy Ions and Plasma Fluxes-damage and Helium Uptake Boris KHRIPUNOV Russian Federation
16 TP2-016(A) In-situ Spectroscopic Ellipsometry for Real-time Characterization of the Effects of High-flux Helium Plasmas on Tungsten Surfaces Robert KOLASINSKI United States Minor Outlying Islands
17 TP2-017(A) Grain Size Effect on Molybdenum Mirrors Irradiated by Helium Ions Agnieszka KRAWCZYNSKA Poland
18 TP2-018(A) Helium Exposure Effects on Tungsten Surfaces: Induced Bubbles and Roughness Changes Dominique Vu France
19 TP2-019(A) Molecular Dynamics Simulation on Energy Distribution of Hydrogen Isotopes Generated from Carbon and Tungsten Hiroaki NAKAMURA Japan
20 TP2-020(A) Effect of Surface Oxidation and Temperature in the Electron-induced Secondary Electron Emission of Lithium in a Capillary Porous System. Eider OYARZABAL Spain
21 TP2-021(A) Dynamic Helium Replacement in Tungsten at Exposure Temperatures Below the Fuzz Formation Threshold Marlene PATINO U.S.A
22 TP2-022(A) Be/W/H Containing Molecules near Surfaces: Data-driven Approach for Fast and Accurate Calculations of their Properties Lei Chen Austria
23 TP2-023(A) Incident Angle Dependence of the Atomic and Molecular Emission on Hydrogen Recycling on Plasma Facing Materials Seiki SAITO Japan
24 TP2-024(A) ERO2.0 and SOLPS-ITER Modelling of Rough W Coatings Exposures to He Plasmas in the Linear Machine GyM Michele SALA Italy
25 TP2-025(A) Measurement of D Retention and Poloidal/Toroidal Deposition Pattern in Tungsten Blocks at Outer Strike Point of KSTAR Divertor Soo-Hyun SON South Korea
26 TP2-026(A) Simulation Study of Deposition on Self-irradiated Tungsten Arimichi TAKAYAMA Japan
27 TP2-027(A) Progress On 3D Calculations of the DC Sheath Potential near ICRF Antennas Wouter TIERENS Germany
28 TP2-028(A) Capture Volumes of Self-interstitial Atoms by 1/2<111> Dislocation Loops in Tungsten Hao WANG China
29 TP2-029(A) Effects of Rhenium Doping on Surface Morphology and Deuterium Retention in Tungsten Kaigui ZHU China
30 TP2-030(A) Fluence Dependence of Surface Topography and Deuterium Retention in Nanocrystalline Tungsten Films Exposed to D Plasma Jing YAN China
31 TP2-031(A) Sputtering Properties of Tungsten Fuzzy Surfaces Investigated by BCA Method Zhangcan YANG China
32 TP2-032(A) Carbon Clustering and Effect on Hydrogen Trapping in Tungsten: First-principles Studies Li YANG U.S.A
33 TP2-033(A) Variation of the Internal Pressure of Helium Bubble in Tungsten with Depth Studied by Molecular Dynamics Simulation Hongyu Zhang China
34 TP2-034(A) Effect of Ion Irradiation Damage on Structural Evolution and Deuterium Retention in Tungsten-based Alloy Li QIAO China
35 TP2-035(A) Blistering and Deuterium Retention in Nb-doped W Exposed to Low-energy Deuterium Plasma Kaigui ZHU China
36 TP2-036(A) Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study of the Deuterium Retention In Tungsten Exposed to Low-energy, High Fluxes of Pure D and He-D Mixture Ali Hamid China
37 TP2-037(A) Stability of Deuterated Beryllium Layers on Tungsten Substrates during Transient Heat Loads by Laser Irradiation Bernhard UNTERBERG Germany
38 TP2-038(A) Tritium Decontamination on Plasma facing Materials of DEMO by Decay Heat Naoko Ashikawa Japan
39 TP2-039(F) Investigation the Role of Hydrogen Molecular Effects on Detachment using Magnum-PSI Gijs AKKERMANS Netherlands
40 TP2-040(F) Scrape-off Layer Impurity Velocities in DIII-D Steven ALLEN U.S.A
41 TP2-041(F) Development of DTT Single Null Divertor Scenario Luca BALBINOT Italy
42 TP2-042(F) Dynamics and Dependencies of the Configuration-dependent 1-2 kHz Fluctuation in W7-X Sean BALLINGER U.S.A
43 TP2-043(F) Modeling the Effects of the ExB Shear for the Self-consistent Estimation of Cross-field Fluxes in SolEdge2D-EIRENE Serafina BASCHETTI France
44 TP2-044(F) Proxy Plasma State Reconstruction for a Reinforcement Learning Control System for Wendelstein 7-X Daniel BÖCKENHOFF Germany
45 TP2-045(F) Proton Beam Injection into Hydrogen Recombining Plasma in DT-ALPHA Device Peerapat BOONYARITTIPONG Japan
46 TP2-046(F) Simulation Study of Divertor Geometry for COMPASS Upgrade Tokamak Irina BORODKINA Czech Republic
47 TP2-047(F) Inference of Divertor Plasma Characteristics using Bayesian Multi-diagnostic Analysis Christopher BOWMAN United Kingdom
48 TP2-048(F) Electron and Ion Target Heat Flux in ECRH and NBI Heated L-mode Discharges in ASDEX Upgrade Dominik BRIDA Germany
49 TP2-049(F) Effects of Inverse Sheaths on the Plasma-surface Interactions in Magnetic Fusion Research Areas Michael CAMPANELL U.S.A
50 TP2-050(F) Transient Heat Flux Control by SMBI during Type-I ELM H-mode in EAST Bin CAO China
51 TP2-051(F) Quantitative Analysis of Collisional Processes Relevant for Divertor Detachment in Magnum-PSI Ray CHANDRA Netherlands
52 TP2-052(F) Disruption Study on EAST in View of ITER Dalong CHEN China
53 TP2-053(F) TECXY Simulations of Ne Seeding in JET-DT Scenarios Piotr CHMIELEWSKI Poland
54 TP2-054(F) Plasma Chemistry In Impurity Seeded Detached Divertor Plasmas Renato Perillo Netherlands
55 TP2-055(F) Plasma Edge Simulations including Realistic Wall Geometry with SOLPS-ITER Wouter DEKEYSER Belgium
56 TP2-056(F) Effect of Edge Plasma Density on Hot Spot in LHCD Plasma Bojiang DING China
57 TP2-057(F) Assessment of Heat Flux and Plasma Detachment in the Small Angle Slot Divertor of DIII-D using New Surface Eroding Thermocouple Array David DONOVAN U.S.A
58 TP2-058(F) Fast Divertor Plasma Characteristics Prediction for Divertor Design Analysis Ben DUDSON United Kingdom
59 TP2-059(F) SOLPS-ITER Predictions for a Highly Radiating Lihium Vapor Box Divertor in NSTX-U Eric Emdee U.S.A
60 TP2-060(F) Power Exhaust in Small ELM Regimes at High Separatrix Density Michael FAITSCH Germany
61 TP2-061(F) Interaction between a Self-generated Reversed Radial Electric Field and Turbulence in 3D Global Flux-driven Fluid Edge Plasma Simulations Gloria Luisa FALCHETTO France
62 TP2-062(F) Effect of Detachment on Magnum-PSI ELM-like Pulses Fabio FEDERICI United Kingdom
63 TP2-063(F) Cross Diagnostics Measurements of Heat Load Profiles on the Lower Tungsten Divertor of WEST in L-mode Experiments Nicolas FEDORCZAK France
64 TP2-064(F) Detachment Simulation of the W7-X Island Divertor Y. Feng Germany
65 TP2-065(F) Experiments and Simulations of the Effects of jxB Force on Free-surface Liquid Metal Flow for a Divertor Adam FISHER U.S.A
66 TP2-066(F) Bayesian Inference of the Impurity Concentrations and Ion Confinement Times in the TCV Divertor Daljeet Singh GAHLE United Kingdom
67 TP2-067(F) Non-axisymmetric Heat Flux Distributions caused by Magnetic Toroidal Ripple on WEST Yu GAO Germany
68 TP2-068(F) Observation of Energetic Electrons during Edge Localized Modes on the HL-2A Tokamak Jinming GAO China
69 TP2-069(F) Generalization of the Heuristic Drift Model for Finite Collisionality Robert GOLDSTON U.S.A
70 TP2-070(F) Validation of EDGDE2D-EIRENE Predicted 2D Distributions of Electron Temperature and Density against Divertor Thomson Scattering Measurements in the Low-field Side Divertor Leg in DIII-D Mathias GROTH Finland
71 TP2-071(F) Investigating Small-ELM Regimes in TCV using Non-linear MHD Simulations Marta GRUCA Poland
72 TP2-072(F) Three-dimensional Kinetic Effects on Plasma Filament Dynamics Hiroki HASEGAWA Japan
73 TP2-073(F) Divertor Heat Flux Distribution Measurements in Radiative Divertor Operation in LHD Yuki HAYASHI Japan
74 TP2-074(F) Numerical Simulations Investigating the Optimization of Impurity Seeding Recipes for Ar, N and their Mixtures for ASDEX Upgrade Ferdinand HITZLER Germany
75 TP2-075(F) Impact of Molecular Processes on Detachment onset in DIII-D using a Fluid Model of Hydrogenic Atomic and Molecular Physics in UEDGE A. Holm Finland
76 TP2-076(F) First Application of the Spatially Fluid-kinetic Neutral Model in SOLPS-ITER on JET L-mode Plasmas and Benchmark with EDGE2D-EIRENE Niels HORSTEN Belgium
77 TP2-077(F) Experimental Studies of H-mode Divertor Detachment with Deuterium Gas Injection in KSTAR Plasmas Junghoo HWANG South Korea
78 TP2-078(F) Study of the Double Null Divertor Configuration in DTT Paolo INNOCENTE Italy
79 TP2-079(F) Study of Energy Loss Processes during H Gas Puffing by the PIC Simulation MD SHAHINUL ISLAM Japan
80 TP2-080(F) Role of Drifts on Radiative Volume and Radiation Scaling in DIII-D Aaro JAERVINEN U.S.A
81 TP2-081(F) Progress on Drift-kinetic Simulations of ELM-like Heat Pulses Ilon JOSEPH U.S.A
82 TP2-082(F) Formation of Divertor Configuration for a Quasi-Symmetry Stellarator with External Coils and its Consequences for Transport Gakushi KAWAMURA Japan
83 TP2-083(F) Modeling of Liquid Lithium Flow in Porous Plasma Facing Material Andrei KHODAK U.S.A
84 TP2-084(F) Modeling Snowflake Divertors in MAST-U Tokamak using UEDGE Code Alexander KHRABRY U.S.A
85 TP2-085(F) Effects of Nitrogen Seeding Rate and of Location on Toroidal Divertor Heat Load Distribution and on Nitrogen Transport in Radiative Divertor Experiments of LHD Masahiro Kobayashi Japan
86 TP2-086(F) Effect of Impurity Radiation on Divertor Plasmas with Inverse Sheaths Rebecca MASLINE U.S.A
87 TP2-087(F) Comparison of Double-Null and Single-Null Divertors for DEMO-FNS Andrei KUKUSHKIN Russian Federation
88 TP2-088(F) Investigation of Operational Space of KSTAR with New Actively Cooled Tungsten Divertor using SOLPS-ITER Code Package Kyu Been KWON South Korea
89 TP2-089(F) Edge-plasma Analysis for the Heat-flux Dispersal of the K-DEMO Divertor Sungjin KWON South Korea
90 TP2-090(F) Use of New He II Atomic Data in JET EDGE2D-EIRENE Simulations Kerry LAWSON United Kingdom
91 TP2-091(F) EMC3-EIRENE Simulation of Divertor Heat Flux with RMP and NRMP on KSTAR Wonjun LEE South Korea
92 TP2-092(F) Universality of the Upstream Ion to Electron Temperature Ratio Dependence on the Normalized Collisionality in the Scrape-off Layer of Magnetically Confined Devices Yongliang LI Germany
93 TP2-093(F) Impact of Plasma Density/Collisionality on Divertor Heat Flux Width Nami Li China
94 TP2-094(F) Numerical Analysis of ELM Triggering with Lithium-Pellet Injection in EAST Edge Plasma Mao LI China
95 TP2-095(F) Three-dimentional Simulations of Impurity Transport and Power Exhaust for Neon- and Argon-seeded Edge Plasma on HL-2M Tokamak Zhe LIANG China
96 TP2-096(F) Comparison between SOLPS and the Lengyel Model for ITER Q=10 Neon-seeded Plasmas David MOULTON United Kingdom
97 TP2-097(F) Dynamic Investigation of Li-plasma Interaction next to the Li-coating Divertor Plate Lijun LIU China
98 TP2-098(F) Studies of Power Exhaust for Conventional Divertor Design of CFETR with GW-level Fusion Power Xiaoju LIU China
99 TP2-099(F) Investigation of Heat Flux Distribution with Neon Injected at Different Toroidal Positions on EAST Bing LIU China
100 TP2-100(F) Experimental Study of the Detachment with ITER-like W Divertor Operation in EAST Jianbin LIU China

Poster Session 3 : Jan. 28(Thur), 16:30-18:30

No. Presentation Code Title Name Country File
1 TP3-001(F) Operation at Higher Degree of Detachment in ITER Jeremy LORE U.S.A
2 TP3-002(F) Observations with Fast Visible Cameras in JET ITER-like Wall Experiment during Last Deuterium Plasma Experimental Campaign Ulises LOSADA Spain
3 TP3-003(F) Results from the Lithium Tokamak Experiment - β Dick MAJESKI U.S.A
4 TP3-004(F) Two-phases Hybrid Model for Neutral Gas Transport in Soledge2D-EIRENE Yannick MARANDET France
5 TP3-005(F) Peripheral Plasma Transport Characteristics Arising from 3D Magnetic Field Structure in Heliotron J Ryota MATOIKE Japan
6 TP3-006(F) Radiative Load Distribution on the EU-DEMO First Wall due to Mitigated Disruptions Matteo MOSCHENI Italy
7 TP3-007(F) Simulating the Effects of Magnetic Geometry on Turbulent Heat and Particle Transport in the Divertor Hasan MUHAMMED United Kingdom
8 TP3-008(F) The Potentially Important Role of Grad(Btot) in Divertor Detachment Control Omkar MYATRA United Kingdom
9 TP3-009(F) SOLPS-ITER Simulations for an EU-DEMO with a Liquid Sn Divertor Target and Ar Seeding Giuseppe Francesco NALLO Italy
10 TP3-010(F) Analysis of Ejected and Rotating Structures in Linear Detached Plasmas using Dynamic Mode Decomposition Hiroki NATSUME Japan
11 TP3-011(F) Impurity Powder Injection Experiments in LHD Federico NESPOLI U.S.A
12 TP3-012(F) Effects of Gas Puff and Pump on Fluctuation Characteristics of Plasma Detachment in GAMMA 10/PDX Kunpei NOJIRI Japan
13 TP3-013(F) Wetting Study of LiMIT and FLiLi Limiter Plates to Improve Lithium Uniformity and Coverage Daniel O'Dea United States Minor Outlying Islands
14 TP3-014(F) Evaluation of Axial Decay Length of Plasma Pressure in Detached Plasma Noriyasu OHNO Japan
15 TP3-015(F) Divertor Heat and Particle Fluxes in DIII-D RMP ELM Suppression Experiments at ITER-like Conditions Dmitriy ORLOV U.S.A
16 TP3-016(F) Impact of Kinetic Neutrals on SOLPS-ITER Simulations with Drifts in both Toroidal Field Directions for the ASDEX Upgrade Upper, Open Divertor Iván PARADELA PÉREZ Spain
17 TP3-017(E) Transport Study of Poloidally Asymmetric Density Distribution of Impurity Species in KSTAR Plasmas by forward Modeling and Inversion Method Inwoo SONG South Korea
18 TP3-018(F) Inference of 2D Maps of Ionization and Recombination with Quantitative Imaging in Detached Conditions of TCV Divertor Artur PEREK Netherlands
19 TP3-019(F) Experimental Observations and Modelling of Magnetic Field Direction-dependent Poloidal and Toroidal Asymmetries in Radiation Profiles during N2 Seeding in LHD Byron PETERSON Japan
20 TP3-020(F) SOLPS Studies of the Full-tungsten KSTAR Divertor Upgrade Andrey PSHENOV Russian Federation
21 TP3-021(F) Real-time Feedback Control of the Impurity Emission front in Detached Tokamak Divertor Plasmas Timo RAVENSBERGEN Netherlands
22 TP3-022(F) Impurity and Balmer Line Spectroscopy in Detachment Scenarios of OP1.2b at W7-X Felix REIMOLD Germany
23 TP3-023(F) Lithium Vapor Shielding Formation in a Neutral Seeded Environment Rabel RIZKALLAH U.S.A
24 TP3-024(F) Currents in the SOL of a Tokamak Vladimir ROZHANSKY Russian Federation
25 TP3-025(F) Assessment of Scrape-off Layer and Divertor Plasma Conditions in JT-60SA with Tungsten Wall and Nitrogen Injection GIULIO RUBINO Italy
26 TP3-026(F) Physical Design of EAST Lower Tungsten Divertor Upgrade by considering Target Erosion and W Impurity Transport Chaofeng SANG China
27 TP3-027(F) Developments on Two Lithium Vapor Box Linear Test Stand Experiments Jacob SCHWARTZ U.S.A
28 TP3-028(F) Divertor Heat Flux Profiles in Discharges with Negative Triangularity and in advanced Confinement Regimes in DIII-D Filippo SCOTTI U.S.A
29 TP3-029(F) Global Gyrokinetic Simulation including SOL-like Boundary Layer Eric SERRE France
30 TP3-030(F) Role Of Geometry and Drifts on Particle Exhaust and Detachment in DIII-D Morgan SHAFER U.S.A
31 TP3-031(F) Studies of the Effects of Divertor Closure, Magnetic Configurations and Drifts on Divertor Plasma Detachment Dynamics by SOLPS Code Hang SI China
32 TP3-032(F) Modeling of Impact of Dynamic Wall Retention and Outgassing on Edge Plasma during Transient Plasma Events Roman SMIRNOV U.S.A
33 TP3-033(F) The Isotope Effect on the Detachment Density in JET-ILW Ohmically Confined Plasmas Vladimir SOLOKHA Finland
34 TP3-034(F) Deuterium Radiation Transport in MAST-U advanced Divertors Vsevolod SOUKHANOVSKII U.S.A
35 TP3-035(F) Magnetic and Electrostatic Turbulence Island Modulation in the W7-X Boundary Monica SPOLAORE Italy
36 TP3-036(F) Improving Heat Flux Handling of Self-driven Liquid Lithium Plasma facing Components Matt Szott U.S.A
37 TP3-037(F) Divertor Plasma Scenarios for the EU-DEMO Fabio SUBBA Italy
38 TP3-038(F) Tungsten Control during ELM-stabilized H-modes with Boron Powder Injection in EAST Zhen SUN U.S.A
39 TP3-039(F) Spatial Distribution of Helium Recombining Plasma in Radio-frequency Plasma Source DT-ALPHA Hiroyuki TAKAHASHI Japan
40 TP3-040(F) Impact of Fine Divertor Geometrical Features on the Modelling of JET Corner Configurations Patrick TAMAIN France
41 TP3-041(F) Impurity Behavior in JET-ILW Plasmas Fueled with Gas and/or with Pellets: a Comparative Study with the Transport Code COREDIV Giuseppe TELESCA Italy
42 TP3-042(F) Super-X Divertor Studies In Baffled and Non-Baffled TCV Plasmas Christian THEILER Switzerland
43 TP3-043(F) Kinetic Model of the COMPASS Tokamak SOL David TSKHAKAYA Czech Republic
44 TP3-044(F) Heat Convection in Snowflake Divertor Configurations in the TCV Tokamak Cedric TSUI Switzerland
45 TP3-045(F) SOLPS-ITER Drift Modelling of ITER Burning Plasmas with Narrow Near-SOL Heat Flux Channels Irina VESELOVA Russian Federation
46 TP3-046(F) Infrared Constrained Equilibrium Reconstruction and Application to Snowflake Divertor Studies Josiah WAI U.S.A
47 TP3-047(F) Effect of Carbon and Tungsten Plasma-facing Materials on the Divertor/Scrape-off Layer Power Flux Footprint Width Chen Zhang China
48 TP3-048(F) Finalizing the SOLPS-ITER vs. SOLPS4.3 Benchmark for the ITER Divertor Sven WIESEN Germany
49 TP3-049(F) Coupling Plasma and Neutral Kinetic Models: Considerations and Solutions George WILKIE United States Minor Outlying Islands
50 TP3-050(F) The Resiliance of Highly Dissipative Exhaust Scenarios at JET to Seed Impurity Mixes and Divertor Geometry Marco WISCHMEIER Germany
51 TP3-051(F) Understanding the Effects of Super-X Divertor Configuration on Optimizing Operation Space in DEMO Lingyan XIANG United Kingdom
52 TP3-052(F) Automatic Interpretive UEDGE Analysis for DIII-D Zichuan XING U.S.A
53 TP3-053(F) Characteristics of Doubly Peaked Particle Deposition at Divertor Target Plate in EAST Tokamak Jichan XU China
54 TP3-054(F) Impact of Pedestal Operation Modes on the Divertor Heat Flux Width Scaling Xueqiao xu U.S.A
55 TP3-055(F) The Effect of Impurity Distribution on the Power Handling in HL-2M with the Snowflake Divertor Configuration Yanjie ZHANG China
56 TP3-056(F) Demonstration of Stationary Heat Flux Control by RMP on EAST Bin ZHANG China
57 TP3-057(F) Development of Fishtail Divertor for Active Control of Heat Load on EAST Tokamak Yang ZHANG China
58 TP3-058(F) Impact of Ion Temperature Anisotropy on 2D Edge-plasma Transport Menglong ZHAO U.S.A
59 TP3-059(F) Recent Advances in Supersonic Molecular Beam Injection for ELM Mitigation and Divertor Heat Load Control Wulyu ZHONG China
60 TP3-060(F) Scrape-off Layer Transport from a Gyrokinetic Perspective Michael Churchill U.S.A
61 TP3-061(F) Impact of Flux Expansion on Tungsten Influx and Radiation in JET-ILW Simone Minucci  Italy
62 TP3-062(F) 2D Heat-mass Coupled Tritium Transport Modelling for the ITER Divertor MY Ni China
63 TP3-063(H) LIBS Measurements inside the FTU Vacuum Vessel by using a Robotic Arm Salvatore ALMAVIVA Italy
64 TP3-064(H) Study of Accumulation of Residual Deformations Caused by Low-cycle Pulsed Heating Alexey ARAKCHEEV Russian Federation
65 TP3-065(H) Assessment of Plasma Power Deposition on the ITER ICRH Antennas Matic BRANK Slovenia
66 TP3-066(H) Quantitative Analysis to Estimate Hydrogen (H) Concentration in Titanium (Ti) by Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy PINAKI DASGUPTA China
67 TP3-067(H) Recent Advance of Laser-based Wall Diagnositics for EAST and HL-2A Hongbin DING China
68 TP3-068(H) CF-LIBS Quantification and Depth Profile Analysis of Be Coating Mixed Layers Vishal DWIVEDI Slovakia
69 TP3-069(H) Energy and Atomic Level Distribution of Sputtered Tungsten Determined by High-resolution Optical Spectroscopy Stephan ERTMER Germany
70 TP3-070(H) In-situ Assessment of the Emissivity of Tungsten Plasma facing Components of the WEST Tokamak Jonathan GASPAR France
71 TP3-071(H) Edge/SOL Turbulence Characteristics in Positive and Negative Triangularity Plasmas using Gas Puff Imaging on TCV Woonghee HAN U.S.A
72 TP3-072(H) The Measurement of Deuterium and Helium Retention on the First Wall of EAST Tokamak by Laser Induced Ablation Spectroscopy(LIAS) Zhenhua HU China
73 TP3-073(H) Estimation of 2D Distributions of Electron Density and Temperature in the JET Divertor from Tomographic Reconstructions of Deuterium Balmer Line Emission Juuso KARHUNEN Finland
74 TP3-074(H) Qualification Tests of the First Mirror for ITER Divertor and Edge Vacuum Ultra-violet Spectrometers Boseong KIM South Korea
75 TP3-075(H) Investigation of Radial Distribution of Atomic Hydrogen Flow to the Plasma facing Components in Steady State Tokamak Operation Arseniy KUZMIN Japan
76 TP3-076(H) Angular Dependence Measurements of Magnum-PSI Plasmas using MAST-U Flush Mounted Langmuir Probes Jack LELAND United Kingdom
77 TP3-077(H) In situ Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) Study on Fuel Retention and Co-deposition in EAST Tokamak Cong LI China
78 TP3-078(H) Measurement of Te and ne in the Poloidal Plane using Line Ratios from Puffed and Ambient He on TCV with the MANTIS Diagnostic. Bryan LINEHAN U.S.A
79 TP3-079(H) Cyclic Cleaning of Rh and Mo ITER First Mirrors using Radio-Frequency Discharge Laurent MAROT Switzerland
80 TP3-080(H) Development of Divertor Heat Flux Monitoring System Based on the Exact Heat Balance Model Calculation Hiroto MATSUURA Japan
81 TP3-081(H) Electron Temperature Fluctuations in DIII-D Divertor and Main SOL Dmitry RUDAKOV U.S.A
82 TP3-082(H) Erosion/deposition in the JET-ILW Divertor Measured by Quartz Crystal Microbalance Gennady SERGIENKO Germany
83 TP3-083(H) Impact of the New Baffled TCV Divertor on Pedestal Structure and Performance Umar SHEIKH Switzerland
84 TP3-084(H) Experimental and Numerical Characterization of an RF Plasma in DC Grounded Electrode Configuration using a Quarter-wave Filter Kunal SONI Switzerland
85 TP3-085(H) Studies of Ion Transport through Laser Injected Impurities at the Edge in TJ-II Plasmas Belen Lopez-Miranda Spain
86 TP3-086(H) Analogy between Heat Loads and Impurity Production in Discharges with ICRH in EAST and WEST Guillaume URBANCZYK France
87 TP3-087(H) Experimental Determination of Plasma Parameters in the Presheath Region of the Magnum-PSI Linear Plasma Generator Jonathan VAN DEN BERG Netherlands
88 TP3-088(H) 3D Surface Morphology Measurement of Tri-straight Cone Reflectors in POINT System of EAST by Means of Laser Speckle Interferometry HONGBEI WANG China
89 TP3-089(H) Experimental Study of Inverse Photon Efficiencies and Level Populations for Atomic Tungsten Produced By Plasma-wall Interaction Xingwei WU China
90 TP3-090(H) Mapping the Deposition Pattern on Wendelstein 7-X Stainless Steel Components by Picosecond Laser-based Techniques Dongye ZHAO Germany
91 TP3-091(K) Changeover of Plasma Operations between D and He in the Full Tungsten Environment of WEST Tom Wauters Belgium
92 TP3-092(K) Detachment Stabilization by Feedback-controlled Gas Injection in Stellarator Wendelstein 7-X Maciej Krychowiak Germany

Poster Session 4 : Jan. 28(Fri), 10:50-12:50

No. Presentation Code Title Name Country File
1 FP4-001(E) Tokyo University Spherical Tokamak (TS-6) Edge Plasma Simulation With 2D Fluid Code Tara AHMADI Japan
2 FP4-002(E) Expansion of Surface Chemistry Capabilities in EIRENE with a Focus on Ammonia Production Xavier BONNIN France
3 FP4-003(E) Modelling of the Divertor Erosion and Impurity Turbulent Transport in the Edge Plasma of WEST with the Code SOLEDGE3X Hugo BUFFERAND France
4 FP4-004(E) Tungsten Impurity Control Study by Radiative Tungsten Divertor in EAST Tokamak YiPing CHEN China
5 FP4-005(E) First Exploitation Results of Recently Developed SXR GEM-based Diagnostics at the WEST Project Maryna CHERNYSHOVA Poland
6 FP4-006(E) Spectroscopic Investigation of Divertor Tungsten Source and Its Control in EAST H-mode Plasmas Fang DING China
7 FP4-007(E) Analysis of 3D Effects on SOL Transport in DIII-D Impurity Powder Dropper Experiments Florian Effenberg U.S.A
8 FP4-008(E) Numerical Simulation of Pedestal Behavior during Li-pellet Injections in EAST Fang GAO China
9 FP4-009(E) Neutral Flows in the Divertors of ASDEX Upgrade and Wendelstein 7-X Dorothea GRADIC Germany
10 FP4-010(E) Core-to-pump Analytic Modeling of Helium Exhaust Enhancement during Application of Resonant Magnetic Perturbation Fields Edward HINSON U.S.A
11 FP4-011(E) Determination of the Averaged Zeff  for the W7-X Plasma Based on the PHA Spectra Slawomir Jablonski Poland
12 FP4-012(E) Measurement of Sheath Heat Transmission Factors by Thermocouples and Fast Scanning Probe in DiPS-2 Min-Keun Bae South Korea
13 FP4-013(E) Characteristics of a Low Frequency Edge Oscillation Seen during I-Mode on Alcator C-Mod William McCarthy U.S.A
14 FP4-014(E) Carbon Concentration In Divertor and Core Plasmas in JT-60U Tomohide NAKANO Japan
15 FP4-015(E) Identification of Forbidden Emission Lines from Highly Ionized Tungsten Ions in VUV Wavelength Range in LHD for ITER Edge Plasma Diagnostics Tetsutarou OISHI Japan
16 FP4-016(E) EMC3-EIRENE Simulations of Injected Lithium Transport for H-mode Plasma of EAST with Different Upstream Densities Ben PAN China
17 FP4-017(E) Numerical Study of Impurity Transport during Real-time Boron Powder Injection in EAST Lei PENG China
18 FP4-018(E) Anisotropic Micro-Droplet Ejection from Molten Tin during Hydrogen Plasma Exposure David RUZIC U.S.A
19 FP4-019(E) Spectroscopic Characterization of Boronizations in Wendelstein 7-X Stepan SEREDA Germany
20 FP4-020(E) Krypton Impurity Seeding for ELM Control and Corresponding ITB Formation in KSTAR H-mode Plasmas Haewon SHIN South Korea
21 FP4-021(E) Evidence of Enhanced Impurity Screening with Higher Plasma Density in the Island Divertor in W7-X Victoria WINTERS Germany
22 FP4-022(E) Influence of Li Source Location on Divertor SOL Width and Neutral Radiation with EMC3-EIRENE Modelling Tian XIE China
23 FP4-023(E) Toroidal Flow Measurements of Impurity Ions in QUEST ECH Plasmas using Multiple Viewing Chords Emission Spectroscopy Nao YONEDA Japan
24 FP4-024(E) Modelling of Far-SOL Impurity Transport to Collector Probes using 3DLIM Shawn ZAMPERINI U.S.A
25 FP4-025(E) Radiation Profile and Correlation with Impurity Transport in the W7-X Island Divertor Daihong ZHANG Germany
26 FP4-026(E) Preliminary Evaluation of Tungsten W7+ and W8+ Ion Influxes based on WVIII and WIX EUV Line Identification in H-mode Discharges of EAST Ling ZHANG China
27 FP4-027(E) Preparation and Properties of Boron-Doped Diamond /W for Impurity Control of First Wall Material CHUANWEN GENG China
28 FP4-028(E) Simulation of the Tungsten Impurities Transport at Radiative Divertor Regime with Neon Seeding from Upper Target in EAST Qingrui ZHOU China
29 FP4-029(E) Evolution of W Sources in the Changeover between D to He at WEST Gerard Rooij Netherlands
30 FP4-030(G) Impact of Lithium Wall Conditioning on High Density Lower Hybrid Current Drive Experiment on EAST Seung-Gyou BAEK U.S.A
31 FP4-031(G) Exact Conservative Solutions of Fluid Models for SOL Turbulence João P. S. BIZARRO Portugal
32 FP4-032(G) ERO2.0 Modelling of CAPS Contribution to Be Erosion at JET-ILW Dmitriy Borodin Germany
33 FP4-033(G) Finite Larmor Radius Effects on Filament Dynamics Adam DEMPSEY Ireland
34 FP4-034(G) The Diffusion Limit of Ballistic Transport in the Scrape-off Layer Peter MANZ Germany
35 FP4-035(G) Difference of Deposition/Erosion Distribution on the First Wall Panels and Test Divertor Unit in W7-X using Colorimetry Gen MOTOJIMA Japan
36 FP4-036(G) EMC3-EIRENE Modelling of ITER Main Chamber Recycling BIBHU PRASAD SAHOO India
37 FP4-037(G) Geometry Effects on Density Shoulder Formation in L-mode ASDEX Upgrade Discharges Balazs TAL Germany
38 FP4-038(G) Cross-field Transport in Detached Helium Plasmas in Magnum-PSI Hirohiko TANAKA Japan
39 FP4-039(G) Determining the Poloidal Distribution of W Sourcing by Light Impurities and Heating Method in WEST Ezekial UNTERBERG U.S.A
40 FP4-040(G) In-situ Cleaning of the First Mirrors using Radio Frequency Plasma with Notch Filter and Magnetic Field in EAST for ITER Applications Rong YAN China
41 FP4-041(G) On Impact of Neutrals on the Tokamak Edge Plasma Instabilities Yanzeng ZHANG U.S.A
42 FP4-042(G) Interaction between Filaments and ICRF in the Plasma Edge Wei ZHANG Germany
43 FP4-043(I) Predicted Divertor Asymmetries and their Implications for Choosing between a Single and a Double-null Configuration for the EU-DEMO Leena AHO-MANTILA Finland
44 FP4-044(I) Simulation Studies of the Partially Detached Divertor and Effects of the SOL and Divertor Plasma Transport for Japanese DEMO Reactor Nobuyuki ASAKURA Japan
45 FP4-045(I) Analysis of Surface Damages of Tungsten Mono-blocks with Intrinsic Bonding Defects Eunnam BANG South Korea
46 FP4-046(I) D and He Outgassing in the Post Discharge of WEST during He Changeover Experiment Studied with Threshold Ionization Mass Spectrometry Regis BISSON France
47 FP4-047(I) Assessment of Plasma Edge Transport in Neon Seeded Plasmas in Disconnected Double Null Configuration in EAST with SOLPS-ITER Dieter BOEYAERT Germany
48 FP4-048(I) Test and Analysis of a Conceptual First Wall with the Capability of Tritium Prevention for DEMO Laizhong CAI China
49 FP4-049(I) Liquid Tin Corrosion on Structural Materials for Liquid Metal Divertors Sebastiano CATALDO Italy
50 FP4-050(I) Blister Formation and its Effect on Mechanical Property of Tungsten Exposed to Hydrogen Plasma Wanqi CHEN China
51 FP4-051(I) Response of Yttria Dispersion Strengthened Tungsten Simultaneously Exposed to Steady-state and Transient Hydrogen Plasma Zhe CHEN China
52 FP4-052(I) Helicon Plasma Source for Plasma-material Interaction Investigation Dmitrii CHERKEZ Russian Federation
53 FP4-053(I) On the Onset of ‘Fuzz’ Formation in Plasma-Facing Tungsten, and Effects of Temperature and Sputtering on Fuzz Formation Dwaipayan Dasgupta U.S.A
54 FP4-054(I) Exploration of Tin-lithium Alloys as Possible Choice for Flowing Liquid Metal Plasma Facing Components Alfonso DE CASTRO U.S.A
55 FP4-055(I) Microstructure Evolution and Effect on Deuterium Retention in TiC and ZrC Doped Tungsten under He+ Ion Irradiation Xiao-Yu DING China
56 FP4-056(I) Thermographic Investigation of the Effect of Plasma Exposure on the Surface of a MAST Upgrade Divertor Tile in Magnum-PSI Matthew DUNN United Kingdom
57 FP4-057(I) Deuterium Retention in RAFMS after ELM-like Plasma Irradiation Anna GOLUBEVA Russian Federation
58 FP4-058(I) Very High Resolution Infrared Imagery of Misaligned Tungsten Monoblocks in the WEST Tokamak ALEX GROSJEAN France
59 FP4-059(I) Simulation of Bubble Growth and Surface Morphology in Plasma-facing Tungsten Karl HAMMOND U.S.A
60 FP4-060(I) Liquid Metal Divertor Experiment and Simulation in Tokamak COMPASS Jan HORACEK Czech Republic
61 FP4-061(I) From the Experiments with Liquid Metals in FTU to the Conceptual Design of a Liquid Metal Divetor Matteo IAFRATI Italy
62 FP4-062(I) Efficacy of Porous Tungsten/Liquid Lithium as a Plasma Facing Component for Fusion Devices Aveek KAPAT U.S.A
63 FP4-063(I) Pre-damaged Tungsten under High Heat Flux in Divertor Kyung-Min KIM South Korea
64 FP4-064(I) Characterization of Material Properties of Tungsten Exposed to Tokamak Plasmas in Central Divertor Region Hyoung Chan KIM South Korea
65 FP4-065(I) Deciphering Multiscale Effects of Helium on Tungsten Alloys: Sputtering, Erosion, and Retention Properties under Low Energy Irradiation Eric LANG U.S.A
66 FP4-066(I) GPU-accelerated Simulation of Ion Transport Simulation in Tungsten Material by Ion Implantation Jeonghwan LEE South Korea
67 FP4-067(I) Fracture Behavior of Tungsten-based Composites Exposed to Steady-state/transient Hydrogen Plasma Yu LI Netherlands
68 FP4-068(I) Modeling W Nano-fuzz Growth over Polycrystalline W due to He Ion Irradiations at Various Irradiation Temperatures Dongping LIU China
69 FP4-069(I) Modelling and Simulation of Evolution of Defect Structure and Corresponding Mechanical Properties of Tungsten Induced by Neutron Irradiation Guang-Hong LU China
70 FP4-070(I) Impact of Liquid Metal Surface on Plasma-surface Interaction in Experiments with Lithium and Tin Capillary Porous Systems Viacheslav BUDAEV Russian Federation
71 FP4-071(I) Preliminary Analysis of Alternative Divertors for DEMO Fulvio MILITELLO United Kingdom
72 FP4-072(I) Effect of Temperature on the Growth and Surface Bursting of He Nano-bubbles in W under Fusion-relevant He Irradiations Chunjie NIU China
73 FP4-073(I) Temperature Dependent Evolution of Lithium Surface Species in the Lithium Tokamak Experiment-ß Evan OSTROWSKI U.S.A
74 FP4-074(I) Experimental Characterization of Tungsten Vapour Shielding Igor POZNYAK Russian Federation
75 FP4-075(I) Life Prediction and Reliability Research of the Tungsten-copper Target for EAST Lower Divertor Shijun QIN China
76 FP4-076(I) Characterization of the Energetics and Configurations of Hydrogen in Vacancy Clusters in Tungsten Qing-yuan REN China
77 FP4-077(I) Performance of Liquid-Lithium-filled 3D-printed Tungsten Divertor Targets under Deuterium Loading with ELM-like Pulses in Magnum-PSI. Peter RINDT Netherlands
78 FP4-078(I) Post Mortem Analysis of Graphite Tiles Extracted from NSTX-U Hanna SCHAMIS U.S.A
79 FP4-079(I) Studies of Atomic Tin Release from LiSn and Sn CPS Samples in TJ-II. Francisco TABARES Spain
80 FP4-080(I) Micro-structuring of Tungsten Surface for Mitigation of ELM Induced Thermal Fatigue Alexis TERRA Germany
81 FP4-081(I) Quantifying the Effect of Helium Nano-bubble Formation on Tungsten Recrystallization Kinetics Matt THOMPSON Australia
82 FP4-082(I) Self-consistent Modeling of Divertor Plasma and Target Plate for Strike-point Sweeping Scenarios in SPARC Maxim Umansky U.S.A
83 FP4-083(I) Impact of ELM Pacing Strategies on ITER Monoblock Recrystallization and Thermal Loading Sander VAN DEN KERKHOF Belgium
84 FP4-084(I) Effect of Helium Pre-irradiation on the Recrystallization and Thermal Shock Performance of Tungsten Yida Zhu China
85 FP4-085(I) Elastic Moduli of Helium-Implanted Tungsten and the Effects of these Elastic Properties on Fuzz Formation Asanka Weerasinghe United States Minor Outlying Islands
86 FP4-086(I) Modeling Helium Retention and Bubble Bursting in Low-Energy Helium Plasma-Exposed Tungsten Dwaipayan Dasgupta U.S.A
87 FP4-087(I) Deuterium Concentration Profiling in Sputter-deposited Tungsten Coated F82H using Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Yue XU China
88 FP4-088(I) Dislocation Loop and Tangle Evolution in the Peak Damage Region of Tungsten Irradiated by Heavy Ion and Deuterium Plasma Wangguo Guo China
89 FP4-089(I) Deuterium Retention and Surface Blistering in Non-damaged and Damaged Tungsten after Repetitive Plasma Exposure and Outgassing Xiu-Li Zhu China
90 FP4-090(I) Towards Understanding the Suppressing/Enhancing Effect of Re on H Dissolution and Retention in W by Investigating the Interaction between Dispersed/Aggregated-Re and H Hong-Bo ZHOU China
91 FP4-091(I) Suppression of Micrometer-Size Blisters on Damaged Tungsten due to Damage Increase Xiu-Li Zhu China
92 FP4-092(I) Enabling a Low-recycling Regime with Novel Divertor Design: Concept, Experiments and Simulations Egemen KOLEMEN U.S.A

Poster Session Layout

To be updated