4th HTS4Fusion Conductor WorkshopConference
21 March 2018 - 23 March 2018
Nagoya, Japan

4th HTS4Fusion Conductor Workshop

The “HTS4Fusion Conductor Workshop” focuses on High-Temperature Superconductor (HTS) application to fusion research, especially the magnet conductors.
This is the fourth edition and is organized by National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS) and Tohoku University.
The former workshops were held at Karlsruhe (Germany) organized by KIT (2011), Villigen (Switzerland) by CRPP (2014), and Pieve S. Stefano (Italy) by ENEA (2015).
The workshop will enable the world research community to present recent developments on the electrical, mechanical and thermal features of HTS large-current and high-field conductors.

http://www.hts4-fusion-conductor-workshop.acs4.mmrs.jp/

Atendees: Robert Slade, Paul Noonan, Marcel Kruip, Greg Brittles



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