TimeSunday, 4/21Monday, 4/22Tuesday, 4/23Wednesday, 4/24Thursday, 4/25
7:50 - 8:00amWelcomeAnnouncementsAnnouncementsAnouncements
8:00 - 10:00amSession 1.1 TalksSession 2.1 TalksSession 3.1 TalksSession 4.1 Talks
10:00 - noonSession 1.2 PostersSession 2.2 PostersSession 3.2 PostersSession 4.2 Posters
noon - 2:00pmLunchLunchLunchLunch
2:00 - 4:00pmFree TimeSession 2.3 TalksFree TimeSession 4.3 Talks
4:00 - 6:00pmWelcome ReceptionFree TimeSession 2.4 PostersFree TimeAdjourn
6:00 - 8:00pmWelcome ReceptionSession 1.3 TalksBanquetSession 3.3 Talks
8:00 - 10:00pmSession 1.4 PostersSession 3.4 Posters

Talk Format

Invited talks will follow a 25+5 minute schedule, i.e. authors should budget 25 minutes for presentation of technical content followed by 5 minutes for question and answer.

The projection system uses 16×9 “widescreen” format.

Poster Format

Poster sessions will be 2 hours in duration.  Authors should put-up their posters prior to the beginning of the session

Individual poster-board area will be 8×4 feet (width x height).


Session 1.1 Talks, Chair Johan Frenje (MIT)

8:00–8:30am1.1.1Learning from Each Other: Diagnostic Crossovers Between MCF and ICFMaria Gatu JohnsonMassachusetts Institute of Technology
8:30-9:00am1.1.2Versatile multi-energy hard x-ray camera to study confined and unconfined anisotropic characteristics of fast-electron dynamicsTullio BarbuiPrinceton Plasma Physics Lab
9:00 - 9:30am1.1.3Chasing symmetry: 3D shape characteristics of ignition shots at the National Ignition FacilityMora DurocherLos Alamos National Lab
9:30 - 10:00am1.1.4The new GETART method for measurement of the fusion power in DT magnetic confinement fusion based on absolute detection of 17 MeV gamma raysMarco TardocchiInstitute for Science and Technology of Plasmas, CNR

Session 1.2 Posters

Session 1.3 Talks, Chair Luis Delgado-Aparicio (PPPL)

6:00–6:30pm1.3.1Application of velocimetry in assessing the current delivered to targets on the Z generatorChris JenningsSandia National Lab
6:30-7:00pm1.3.2Ion temperature imaging in the divertor of the W7-X stellarator using coherence imaging spectroscopy
Matt KrieteAuburn University
7:00 - 7:30pm1.3.3An Inverse-Compton Based X-ray Diagnostic to Revolutionize HED and ICF ScienceGerrit BruhaugUniv. of Rochester, Laboratory for Laser Energetics
7:30 - 8:00pm1.3.4First measurements of an imaging heavy ion beam probe at the ASDEX Upgrade tokamakPablo OyolaUniversity of Seville

Session 1.4 Posters

Session 2.1 Talks, Chair Michael Rosenberg (LLE)

8:00–8:30am2.1.1Using an iterative synthetic diagnosis workflow for erosion of WEST main chamber limitersCurt JohnsonOak Ridge National Lab
8:30-9:00am2.1.2Measurements of Charge-Exchange Neutrals and the Resulting First Wall Erosion on EASTRui DingInstitute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
9:00 - 9:30am2.1.3Probing temperature of dynamically-compressed materials using Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure (EXAFS) at the National Ignition FacilityHong SioLawrence Livermore National Lab
9:30 - 10:00am2.1.4Advances in the development of gas detectors as plasma radiation diagnostic devices
Maryna ChernyshovaInstitue of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion, IPPLM

Session 2.2 Posters

Session 2.3 Talks, Chair David Donovan (UT-Knoxville)

2:00–2:30pm2.3.1Diagnosing up-scattered DT neutrons produced in burning plasmas at the NIFJustin JeetLawrence Livermore National Lab
2:30-3:00pm2.3.2Overview of the Early Campaign Diagnostics for the SPARC Tokamak
Matt ReinkeCommonwealth Fusion Systems
3:00 - 3:30pm2.3.3Bringing state of the art diagnostics to a nuclear machine
Maarten De BockITER Organization
3:30 - 4:00pm2.3.4Diagnostic Set Requirements and Technology for Magnetic Confinement Fusion Pilot Plants (FPP)Tsuyoshi AkiyamaGeneral Atomics

Session 2.4 Posters

Session 3.1 Talks, Chair Bart Lomanowski (ORNL)

8:00–8:30am3.1.1Three-Dimensional Reconstruction Platform for Cryogenic Deuterium–Tritium Direct-Drive Implosions on OMEGAKristen ChurnetskiLaboratory for Laser Energetics, Univ. of Rochester
8:30-9:00am3.1.22D core ion temperature and impurity density with Coherence Imaging Charge Exchange Recombination Spectroscopy (CICERS) at Wendelstein 7-XRamon Lopez CansinoUniversity of Seville
9:00 - 9:30am3.1.3New millimeter-wave diagnostics to locally probe internal density and magnetic field fluctuations and turbulence in NSTX-UTanmay MacwanUniv. of California - Los Angeles
9:30 - 10:00am3.1.4Femtosecond Few-View Tomography for HED Experiments at LCLSChris McGuireLawrence Livermore National Lab

Session 3.2 Posters

Session 3.3 Talks, Chair David Smith (UW-Madison)

6:00–6:30pm3.3.1Time-Resolved Measurements of Neutron Anisotropy in a Shear-Flow Stabilized Z-PinchRachel RyanZap Energy
6:30-7:00pm3.3.23D Reconstruction of ICF Images Using Neural NetworksBradley WolfeLos Alamos National Lab
7:00 - 7:30pm3.3.3Real-time deep neural network inference with the MHz-scale 2D BES data stream for ELM onset predictionSemin JoungUniv. of Wisconsin - Madison
7:30 - 8:00pm3.3.4Novel DT-neutron activation diagnostics for increased neutron yield operations at Sandia’s Z-FacilityMichael ManganSandia National Lab

Session 3.4 Posters

Session 4.1 Talks, Chair Yongho Kim (LANL)

8:00–8:30am4.1.1High-n Rydberg Charge Exchange Spectroscopy to study Highly Charged Impurity Ions in Fusion PlasmasColin SweeUniv. of Wisconsin - Madison
8:30-9:00am4.1.2A scintillator-based fast ion loss detector for steady-state operation in Wendelstein 7-XAlexandra LeVinessPrinceton Plasma Physics Lab
9:00 - 9:30am4.1.3Ultra-fast single-crystal CVD diamond detectors for measurements of nuclear emission time histories at the National Ignition FacilityBenjamin ReicheltMassachusetts Institute of Technology
9:30 - 10:00am4.1.4Developing Time-resolved X-ray Diffraction Diagnostics at NIFNathan PalmerLawrence Livermore National Lab

Session 4.2 Posters

Session 4.3 Talks, Chair Calvin Domier (UC-Davis)

2:00–2:30pm4.3.1Angularly Resolved Thomson ScatteringJoe KatzLaboratory for Laser Energetics, Univ. of Rochester
2:30-3:00pm4.3.2Development of a high-repetition and high-spatial-resolution Thomson scattering diagnostic for measuring transient plasma phenomenaRyo YasuharaNational Institute for Fusion Science
3:00 - 3:30pm4.3.3The next-generation Particle X-ray Temporal Diagnostic for simultaneous time-resolved measurements of nuclear-burn and x-ray emission histories in support of basic-science and high-yield DT-implosion experiments at OMEGATucker EvansMassachusetts Institute of Technology, Plasma Science and Fusion Center
3:30 - 4:00pm4.3.4Frontier microwave technology for fusion reactor diagnostics
Ying ChenUniv. of California - Davis