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On the occasion of its 30th anniversary in 2007, the APiP has changed from an "APS Topical Conference" to an "International Conference."

The name change, enacted by majority vote of the executive committee, was initiated because the American Physical Society wishes to reserve the term APS Topical for conferences that meet the dictionary definition of topical, namely of local or temporary interest, and also to better reflect the evolving nature of the conference.

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A brief history of the APiP conferences is provided for reference.

Past and future topics covered at the APiP include the following (in arbitrary order):
  1. High Energy Density Plasmas (NIF, Z, Omega, etc.)
  2. Magnetic Fusion Plasmas (ITER, JET, PPPL, etc.)
  3. Astrophysical Plasmas
  4. Industrial Plasmas
  5. Small-Scale Plasmas (table top lasers, EBIT, etc.)
  6. Low Temperature Plasmas
  7. Fundamental Data
  8. Fundamental Modeling
  9. Plasma-Solid Interactions
  10. Fourth Generation Light Sources (LCLS, XFEL, etc.)
  11. Plasma Diagnostics
Due to increased security, no on-site registrations will be accepted and all attendees must be pre-registered.

Photo identification must be presented at the Visitor Center to be admitted to the conference. Attendees must wear their conference badge at all times while on the campus.

The 2007 APiP is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Yong-Ki Kim, Dr. Yong-Ki Kim in recognition of his long service to this conference series and his seminal contributions to the field.

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Online: July 2006   -   Last update: July 6, 2017