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ANNOUNCEMENTS

3/31/2020 - HTPD2020 has been postponed, until December 13-17, 2020 due to global restrictions on travel 

Those who have already registered and plan to attend in December do not need to request a refund, your registration will be honored for the December meeting.

3/18/2020 - Registration for HTPD2020 is currently closed while the situation surrounding COVID-19 and how it will impact this conference is evaluated

3/10/2020 - HTPD2020 is still scheduled for May 31-June 4 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Currently, we have no plans to postpone this meeting.  We will continue to monitor the COVID situation and will react according to Deparmtne of Energy and Los Alamos National Laboratory guidance.  We will update the web site as we receive more information.

 2/3/2020 - The deadline to submit abstracts has been extended to
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Abstracts will be acknowledged, they will be acknowledged in about a week after submission.

12/18/2019 - To appear in the printed booklet, authors must submit their abstract and register by the early registration deadline of April 30th.  Abstracts submitted after this date will appear online only. 

12/16/2019 -  The key note speaker for HTPD 2020's banquet, is Los Alamos National Laboratory's Senior Historian, Alan Carr
The banquet will be held on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 6:30pm

12/10/2019 - Invited talk nominations are no longer accepted

The invited nomination is extended to Monday, December 9, 2019

 

Fee Schedule:
Non-LANL: $525 before 11/15/2020*
Non-LANL Student: $425 before 11/15/2020*

*add $100 for registration after 11/15/2020


High-temperature plasma diagnostics and instrumentation is a growingly interdisciplinary field. The hardware couplings to software and data science are stronger than ever, driven in part by some of the most challenging problems in the laboratory and natural plasma environment. This biennial conference extends a long tradition in plasma instrumentation, provides an international forum  to showcase the latest advances and new possibilities that include but are not limited to plasma instrumentation hardware, software, and data science.  A broad spectrum of contributions are expected with impact on magnetic confinement fusion, inertial confinement fusion, space plasmas, astrophysics, industrial applications, and data science. The conference contributions will be peer-reviewed before archiving in a special issue of Review of Scientific Instruments.




 

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