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MoD-PMI 2021

5th International Workshop on Models and Data for Plasma-Material Interaction in Fusion Devices (MoD-PMI 2021)

8-10 June 2021, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, Germany

Organized in cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency



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Scope
Topics
Invited speakers
Scientific committee
Local organizers
Registration
Format of the meeting
Scientific program


Scope

As the predecessors, the 5th workshop in this series is intended to bring together researchers from the areas of fusion energy and materials science to review advances, both experimental and in the modelling, in study and understanding of processes relevant to plasma-material interaction in fusion devices.

The workshop aims to provide a bridge between fundamental and multi-scale computations and interpretation of experimental data. A variety of processes to be addressed spans a wide range of scales and includes material erosion, transport and trapping of hydrogen and helium in fusion relevant materials, as well as changes in the material microstructure, composition and morphology.

Previous workshops in the series:

ICTP-IAEA Conference on MoD-PMI held in Trieste

1st International Workshop on MoD-PMI in Marseille

2nd International Workshop on MoD-PMI in Loughborough

3rd International Workshop on MoD-PMI in Jülich

4th International Workshop on MoD-PMI in Toki


Topics

The workshop will cover topics related to advances in computational and experimental studies of PMI processes and evolution of microstructural materials in fusion devices, with a focus on hydrogen transport and trapping in candidate fusion reactor materials, as well as on helium and neutron irradiation related changes of material properties.
Specific topics are detailed in the following:

  • Direct use of first-principles quantum-mechanical codes (DFT and beyond) to study irradiated microstructures and trapping/transport of hydrogen and helium in fusion reactor materials
  • Optimization of parameters in semi-empirical codes from electronic structure calculations in the form of interaction potentials and transition rates for classical models
  • Molecular Dynamics, Kinetic Monte-Carlo, Rate equation studies of PMI, radiation damage processes and morphology evolution
  • Integrated, accelerated approaches and multi-scale simulations involving neutron-induced nuclear reactions, transmutation and thermo-mechanical properties under prolonged operation times in reactor materials
  • Uncertainty quantification of theoretical and experimental PMI data
  • Implantation of energetic particles, physical and chemical sputtering of materials in plasma
  • Changes in surface compositions, morphology and material microstructure due to plasma –material interaction and neutron irradiation
  • Experimental approaches and setups including thermal desorption spectroscopy (TDS), positron annihilation spectroscopy (PAS), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), permeation experiments, transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and other microscopies like STM and AFM


Invited speakers

Kazuto ARAKAWA, Shimane University, Japan
Charlotte BECQUART, Université de Lille, France
Utkarsh BHARDWAJ, BARC Visakhapatnam, India
Giovanni BONNY, SCK-CEN, Belgium
Julien DENIS, Aix-Marseille University, France
Rui DING, Chinese Academy of Sciences, PR China
Fredric GRANBERG, University of Helsinki, Finland
Etienne HODILLE, CEA Cadarache, France
Michael KLIMENKOV, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Stepan KRAT, National Nuclear Research University MEPhI, Russia
Yu-Hao LI, Beihang University, PR China
Pui-Wai MA, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, UK
Mihail-Cosmin MARINICA, CEA Saclay, France
Izumi MURAKAMI, National Institute for Fusion Science, Japan
Laurence NOIROT, CEA Cadarache, France
Sabina MARKELJ, Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Danny PEREZ, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Juri ROMAZANOV, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany ‪
Prashanth SRINIVASAN, Institute of Materials, Stuttgart, Germany
Barbara WIELUNSKA, Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Germany
Chun-Shang (Tim) WONG, Sandia National Laboratory, USA


Scientific committee

Jean-Paul ALLAIN, University of Illinois, USA
Bastiaan BRAAMS, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Netherlands
Gregory DE TEMMERMAN, Zenon Research, France
Yves FERRO, Aix-Marseille Université, France
Maria GANCHENKOVA, Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, Russia
Kalle HEINOLA, International Atomic Energy Agency, Austria
Daiji KATO, National Institute for Fusion Science, Japan
Predrag KRSTIC, Stony Brook University, USA
Christian LINSMEIER, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Duc NGUYEN-MANH, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, UK
Jörg NEUGEBAUER, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Germany
Kai NORDLUND, University of Helsinki, Finland
Takuji ODA, Seoul National University, Korea
Klaus SCHMID, Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Germany
Manoj WARRIER, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Visakhapatnam, India
Brian WIRTH, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, USA
Hong-Bo ZHOU, Beihang University, PR China


Local organizers

Christian LINSMEIER (Chair)
Andreas KIRSCHNER (Co-Chair)
Dmitry MATVEEV (Co-Chair)
Angelika HALLMANNS
Judith SCHÖNBRENNER
Beate SCHMITZ
Anke LEHNEN


Registration

To register as a listener and in case of questions, please contact Dr. Dmitry Matveev: d.matveev@fz-juelich.de



Format of the meeting

The workshop will be held as a 3 day online event via Zoom with invited oral presentations on 8-10 June 2021. To facilitate the participation from different time zones, the online time will be limited to a shorter time window, tentatively 14:00-17:30 CEST. A time converter for different time zones can be found e.g. here: https://www.worldtimebuddy.com/


Scientific program

The scientific program and the book of abstracts can be downloaded here.


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