Fusion is the Future - Alberta's Role in Realizing Fusion Energy, webcast

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A free public forum on fusion energy is taking place at the University of Alberta on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017, with webcast access available to all those who cannot attend.

Fusion is the Future - Alberta’s Role in Realizing Fusion Energy runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the University of Alberta, ETLC 1-001.

The world is committed to changing the energy supply to clean, sustainable sources ‐ the race is on to achieve fusion energy, which is one of the very few long term options for carbon‐free energy on a global scale. There is limited time to gain a seat at the world table. By engaging in a program to develop fusion energy, Alberta can guarantee ongoing energy leadership in Canada, demonstrate a commitment to our societal values and create new economic opportunities.

International Speakers: Dennis Whyte (Director, Plasma Science and Fusion Center, MIT)
Michael Campbell (Director, Laboratory for Laser Energetics, U. of Rochester)
National Speakers: Allan Offenberger, Robert Fedosejevs (Univ. of Alberta)
Chijin Xiao (Univ. of Saskatchewan), Blair Bromley (CNS)
Michel Laberge (General Fusion)
David Naylor (Blue Sky Spectroscopy)

(Also can be viewed by webcast: contact info@acfta.ca for password)

More Information: http://www.acfta.ca/fusion‐forum/


Catherine Drenth | cartherine.drenth@uleth.ca | 403-329-2280 | http://www.acfta.ca/fusion‐forum/