Category: Board & Organization

ASEF Board Election

ASEF Board Election

The Applied Superconductivity Educational Foundation is run by a board of directors, the majority of whom are elected by participants at the conference. At each Applied Superconductivity Conference, two representatives from each of the topical areas of Electronics, Materials and Large Scale, are elected for a six-year term. Suggestions of volunteers for candidates to run for the Board are solicited. Persons submitting a valid petition before the indicated deadline will be placed on the ballot. A valid petition must (a) be signed by 10 or more people who have attended either of the last two conferences; (b) cannot have more than 2 signatures from persons from the same organization as the nominee.

Inquiries or nominations should be sent no later than May 1, 2024, to:

Anna Leese de Escobar
ASC 2024 Board Nominations Chair
Technology Vector Inc.
cryoqueen@gmail.com

Job Postings

Job Postings

If you are an employer and would like to provide your available jobs in the Applied Superconductivity field, please email the following information to asc@centennialconferences.com: Company name, name of position, link to the position description, location of job opportunity.

All job opportunities will be listed in the order they are received.

Important Dates

Important Dates

ELEVATE Program Committee Student Participation Application Deadline November 4, 2023
Abstract Submission Opens December 5, 2023
ELEVATE Abstract Writing Workshop 1 December 15, 2023
ELEVATE Abstract Writing Workshop 2 January 5, 2024
Abstract Submission Deadline January 17, 2024
IEEE Awards Nominations Due February 1, 2024
Program Committee Meeting February 9 – 11, 2024
Emailed Notification of Abstract Acceptance March 4, 2024
Board Nominations Due May 1, 2024
Registration Opens May 15, 2024
Hotel Reservation Opens May 15, 2024
Early Fee Registration Deadline June 27, 2024
Exhibit Booth Registration Deadline July 1, 2024
Hotel Reservation Deadline July 24, 2024
Registration and Exhibit Registration Cancellation Deadline July 29, 2024
Abstract Changes Accepted Until August 1, 2024
Pre-Conference Registration Deadline August 22, 2024
ASC 2024 Conference September 1 – 6, 2024
ASC Board Election Electronic Ballots Due September 4, 2024
Manuscript Submission Starts September 16, 2024
Manuscript Submission Deadline September 25, 2024

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Applied Superconductivity Educational Foundation and its affiliates, including without limitation, Applied Superconductivity Educational Foundation (the “Company,” “we” or “us”) are concerned about your privacy.  This privacy policy (“Privacy Policy”) explains the Company’s policies and procedures regarding the collection, use and disclosure of personal information and data we receive from users of the website we own and operate, namely appliedsuperconductivity.org (the “Site”).  This Privacy Policy applies only to information collected through the Site.

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By visiting this Site, you are accepting the policies and practices described in this Privacy Policy, as such Privacy Policy may be amended from time to time.  Each time you visit the Site, you agree and expressly consent to our collection, use and disclosure of the information that you provide as described in this Privacy Policy.

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Applied Superconductivity Educational Foundation and its affiliates, including without limitation, Applied Superconductivity Educational Foundation (the “Company,” “we” or “us”) are concerned about your privacy.  This privacy policy (“Privacy Policy”) explains the Company’s policies and procedures regarding the collection, use and disclosure of personal information and data we receive from users of the website we own and operate, namely appliedsuperconductivity.org (the “Site”).  This Privacy Policy applies only to information collected through the Site.

Capitalized terms not defined in this Privacy Policy have the meanings given in our Terms of Use.  This Privacy Policy is part of, and incorporated into, the Terms of Use.

By visiting this Site, you are accepting the policies and practices described in this Privacy Policy, as such Privacy Policy may be amended from time to time.  Each time you visit the Site, you agree and expressly consent to our collection, use and disclosure of the information that you provide as described in this Privacy Policy.

IF YOU ARE A USER ACCESSING THE SITE FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION, ASIA, OR ANY OTHER REGION WITH LAWS OR REGULATIONS GOVERNING PERSONAL DATA COLLECTION, USE, AND DISCLOSURE THAT DIFFER FROM UNITED STATES LAWS, PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THROUGH YOUR CONTINUED USE OF THE SITE, WHICH IS GOVERNED BY UNITED STATES LAW, THIS PRIVACY POLICY, AND OUR TERMS OF USE, YOU ARE TRANSFERRING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION TO THE UNITED STATES AND YOU CONSENT TO THAT TRANSFER. ADDITIONALLY, YOU UNDERSTAND THAT YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION MAY BE TRANSFERRED TO AND PROCESSED IN COUNTRIES (INCLUDING THE UNITED STATES) WHERE LAWS REGARDING PROCESSING PERSONAL INFORMATION MAY BE LESS STRINGENT THAN THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL INFORMATION IN YOUR COUNTRY.

Types of Information We Collect

We collect both “Personal Information” and “Anonymous Information” about our users.  To be clear about the terminology we are using, when we use the phrase “Personal Information” in this Privacy Policy, we mean information about you that is personally identifiable, like your name, address, e-mail address, or phone number, as well as other non-public information that is associated with this Personal Information.  When we use the phrase “Anonymous Information” in this Privacy Policy, we mean information that is not personally identifiable, or linked to your Personal Information such as aggregated information, general demographic information and IP addresses. Anonymous Information does not enable identification of individual persons.

If you only browse through the Site, visit, read pages, or download information you are permitted to download, we may automatically gather and store certain Anonymous Information about your visit.

If you choose to register for one of our conferences, join our mailing list or otherwise provide us with your Personal Information, we will collect and store such Personal Information and use it for the purpose for which you provided it to us.

You may request that any Personal Information we receive from you be deleted from our database. Please review the section below on “opt-out” for further information on deletion.

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How We Use Your Information

We may use your Personal Information to occasionally send you information on our conferences, communicate with you about your conference registration, or to otherwise respond to you.

We may use Anonymous Information to help us make our Site more useful to visitors or to learn about the number of visitors to our Site and the types of technology our visitors use.  We do not track or record information about individuals and their visits.  We use “cookies” to collect some of this Anonymous Information.  A “cookie” is a small text file that is stored on a user’s computer for record-keeping purposes. The cookies never include Personal Information and visitors that we track cannot provide us with Personal Information through normal movement across the Site.

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How We Share and Disclose Information

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Opt-Out

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Security and Data Retention

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We will retain your Personal Information only for as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose(s) for which it was collected and to comply with applicable laws and your consent to such purpose remains valid after termination of our relationship with you.

Third Party Links

This Privacy Policy does not address the privacy practices of any websites that link to or from our Site. We do not monitor, control, or endorse the information collection or privacy practices of any third parties.  Please consult the privacy practices of these companies before submitting any data to them.  The ability to access information of third parties from the Site, or links to other websites or locations, is for your convenience only and does not signify our endorsement of such third parties, their products, services, websites, locations or their content.

Changes in this Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to change, modify, add or remove portions of this Privacy Policy at any time and without prior notice.  However, we will not use your Personal Information in a way that is materially different than the uses described in this Privacy Policy without giving you an opportunity to opt out of such differing uses.  We will post those changes to this privacy policy, the homepage, and other places we deem appropriate so that you are aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances, if any, we disclose it.

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If you have any questions or suggestions regarding privacy or security of our Site, please contact us at: asc@centennialconferences.com or at:

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Board Committee

2024 Board Committee

Board Officers

Luisa Chiesa   she/her/hers President/Conference Chair Tufts University Massachusetts, USA
Judy Wu Vice President (ASC 2026 Chair) University of Kansas Kansas, USA
Eric Hellstrom   he/him/his Secretary NHMFL/FSU Florida, USA
Bruce Strauss Co-Treasurer ASEF Maryland, USA
Kathleen Amm   she/her/hers Co-Treasurer BNL New York, USA
Arthur Lichtenberger Past President/Conference Chair 2022 University of Virginia Virginia, USA
Lance Cooley Past President/Conference Chair 2020 NHMFL/FSU Florida, USA
Giovanni Piero Pepe ESAS co-rep University of Naples Federico II & CNR SPIN Italy
Luca Bottura   he/him/his ESAS co-rep CERN Switzerland
John Przybysz CSC President IEEE CSC Maryland, USA

ASC Elected Board Members

Electronics 

Emily Barrentine   she/her/hers NASA Maryland, USA
Shane Cybart UC Riverside California, USA
Anna Fox NIST Colorado, USA
Maria Salatino Stanford University California, USA
Ronny Stolz Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology Germany
Hirotaka Terai National Institute of Information and Communications Technology Japan

Large Scale

Satoshi Awaji Tohoku University Japan
Antonella Chiuchiolo INFN Italy
Gen Nishijima NIMS Japan
Tiina Salmi   she/her/hers Tampere University Finland
Ezio Todesco CERN Switzerland
Xiaorong Wang  he/him/his LBNL California, USA

Materials

Giuseppe Celentano   he/him/his ENEA Italy
Michael Eisterer Atomic Institute, TU Vienna Austria
Fedor Gömöry IEE, Slovak Academy of Sciences Slovakia
Boris Maiorov LANL New Mexico, USA
Carmine Senatore   he/him/his University of Geneva Switzerland
Tengming Shen  he/him/his LBNL California, USA

 Conference Appointments

Tiina Salmi   she/her/hers Program Co-Chair Tampere University Finland
Helene Felice Program Co-Chair CEA France
Anna Leese de Escobar   she/her/hers Electronics Topical Chair Technology Vector Inc. California, USA
Xiaorong Wang  he/him/his Large Scale Topical Chair LBNL California, USA
Lucas Brouwer Large Scale Topical Chair LBNL California, USA
Anna Kario Materials Topical Chair University of Twente The Netherlands
Anna Fox ELEVATE Chair NIST Colorado, USA
Sasha Ishmael ELEVATE  Chair Advisor VEIR, Inc. Massachusetts, USA
Ashleigh Francis   she/her/hers ELEVATE  Chair Advisor Commonwealth Fusion Systems Massachusetts, USA
Judy Wu Diversity and Inclusion Chair University of Kansas Kansas, USA
James Meen   he/him/his ASC Education-Outreach Co-Chair University of Houston Texas, USA
Karoline Mueller ASC Education-Outreach Co-Chair University of Houston Texas, USA
Paolo Ferracin Short Course Co-Chair LBNL California, USA
Carmine Senatore  he/him/his Short Course Co-Chair University of Geneva Switzerland
Shane Cybart Short Course Co-Chair UC Riverside California, USA
Ashleigh Francis   she/her/hers Student Support Chair Commonwealth Fusion Systems Massachusetts, USA
Siwei Chen Rising Professionals Board Representative PPPL/Princeton University New Jersey, USA
Chao Li Rising Professionals Board Representative Tianjin University/University of Cambridge China
Miranda Thompson Rising Professionals Board Representative University of Colorado Boulder/NIST Colorado, USA
Nicolo’ Riva Student Event Chair Proxima Fusion Germany
Al Zeller Special Issue Editor-in-Chief NHMFL/FSU Florida, USA
Austin Capers Exhibits Chair Scientific Instruments Florida, USA
Anna Leese de Escobar   she/her/hers Nominations Chair Technology Vector Inc. California, USA
Matthew Jewell Sponsorship Co-Chair University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire Wisconsin, USA
Satoshi Awaji Sponsorship Co-Chair Tohoku University Japan
Siwei Chen Sponsorship Co-Chair PPPL/Princeton University New Jersey, USA

Representative from Other Organizations

Michael Green ASEF Representative on ESAS LBNL California, USA
Joseph Minervini IEEE CSC Awards and Presentations MIT Massachusetts, USA
Centennial Conferences Conference Organization Colorado, USA

 

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Ancillary Meetings

Ancillary Meetings

We anticipate that a number of ancillary meetings will be held in conjunction with ASC 2024. If you would like to arrange a meeting during the Conference, please contact the ASC 2024 Conference Manager, Paula Pair, by email for assistance.

Limited space at the Salt Palace Convention Center is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please provide the following information pertaining to your meeting:

Date
Time (start and end times)
Anticipated attendance
Setup (U-shape, conference style, etc.)
Audio visual requirements
Internet requirements
Electrical requirements
Food and beverage requirements
Subject/Title of Meeting
Organizer’s contact information (with email address)
On-site point of contact (if not the Meeting Organizer noted above)

Upon receipt of the information above, meeting organizers will receive a meeting space request confirmation from Paula Pair. Once a meeting room is assigned, Paula will send an e-introduction to the meeting organizer and the proper point of contact at the Hawaii Convention Center by email.

In all cases, the meeting organizer will be responsible for setting up direct billing arrangements with the convention center’s point of contact. ASC 2024 is not responsible for ancillary meeting related expenses.

ASC Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct for Applied Superconductivity Conference Meetings

It is the policy of the Applied Superconductivity Educational Foundation (ASEF) that all participants, including attendees, exhibitors, staff, volunteers, officers, and all other stakeholders involved in Applied Superconductivity Conferences (ASC) will conduct themselves in an ethical and professional manner that is welcoming to all participants and free from inappropriate behavior, including any form of discrimination, harassment, bullying, violence or retaliation. Participants will treat each other with respect and consideration to create a collegial, inclusive, and professional environment at ASC meetings and activities related to meetings. Creating a supportive environment to enable scientific discourse at ASC meetings is the responsibility of all participants.

Participants will not exhibit any inappropriate actions or statements based on individual characteristics such as age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, religion, marital status, nationality, political affiliation, ability status, educational background, or any other characteristic protected by law. Actions inconsistent with this code of conduct, including disruptive or harassing behavior of any kind will not be tolerated. Harassment includes but is not limited to inappropriate or intimidating behavior and language, unwelcome jokes or comments, unwanted touching or attention, offensive images, and stalking.

Violations of this code of conduct policy should be reported to a Board member or a member of the ASC diversity and inclusion committee as soon as possible. Identities of Board members are on the ASC websites. If a participant observes inappropriate comments or actions and personal intervention seems appropriate and safe to correct the problem, they should use their best judgment in determining appropriate intervention. In the case of any threat of violence, venue security personnel or appropriate law enforcement authorities should be contacted.

Sanctions for violations may include, but are not limited to, verbal or written warning, ejection from a meeting without refund, exclusion from other ASC activities, and/or action by security personnel or appropriate authorities. Retaliation for complaints of inappropriate conduct will not be tolerated.

Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions for Applied Superconductivity Conference Meetings

Submission of a registration is regarded as affirmation of your acceptance of the Applied Superconductivity Conference (ASC) Meeting Terms & Conditions.

  • Privacy and use of information: ASC maintains a Privacy Policy. ASC is committed to protecting your personal information and maintaining data in a secure manner. You acknowledge that ASC may use your personal data consistent with this policy, including meeting content and logistics (e.g., listing you name in the program when you are a presenter). You also acknowledge use of your information in accordance with the Privacy Policy for third party services, such as a housing bureau. Except as described in the Privacy Policy, ASC will not disclose your personal data to a third party without your consent except when required to do so by law.
  • Event conduct: ASC maintains a Code of Conduct. ASC is committed to providing a safe, productive, and welcoming environment to all participants, including staff, vendors, and other support. You agree to abide by the Code of Conduct and its principles, and participants are furthermore expected to be tolerant, inclusive, and respectful. If you observe or experience unacceptable behavior, contact onsite event staff or an ASC Board Member as soon as possible. These persons will be identified by unique ribbons or lanyards on the identification badge.
  • Event safety and security: ASC provides event security at all times. Attendees must wear identification badges when participating in the meeting and any events connected to the meeting listed in the official program. If you observe a direct threat, contact venue security personnel or appropriate law enforcement authorities immediately.
  • Use of photographic and video devices to take notes: It is not ethically acceptable to record by use of a phone or camera the entire content of a presentation or poster without the consent of the presenter. Extensive photographic or video note-taking is also disruptive to other attendees. You agree to refrain from extensive photography or recording of presentations. Session chairs may instruct participants to stop disruptive behavior, and participants agree to abide by instructions from session chairs. Occasional photographic or video note-taking is permissible, provided that care is taken to not disrupt other participants. ASC has provided the means for authors to upload supplemental material in connection with the presentation identifier, which may include a copy of the presentation. Attendees are also encouraged to request materials directly from the presenter instead of extensive photographic note-taking.

Other Conferences & Events

Other Conferences & Events

IEEE CSC Superconductivity News Forum (SNF)

https://snf.ieeecsc.org

PHYS.org Superconductivity News

https://phys.org/physics-news/superconductivity

Cryogenic Society of America, Inc.

https://cryogenicsociety.org

International Conference on Magnet Technology (MT-28)

https://mt28.aoscongres.com/home!en
September 10 – 15, 2023 | Provence, France

IEEE Quantum Week | IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering 2023 (QCE23)

https://ieeecsc.org/event/ieee-quantum-week-ieee-international-conference-quantum-computing-and-engineering-2023
September 17 – 22, 2023 | Bellevue, Washington

2023 3rd International Conference On Emissions Free Air Transport Through Superconductivity (EFATS 2023)

https://ieeecsc.org/event/18th-international-superconductive-electronics-conference
October 4 – 5, 2023 | Bristol, United Kingdom

18th International Superconductive Electronics Conference (ISEC)

https://ieeecsc.org/event/18th-international-superconductive-electronics-conference
November 10 – 13, 2023 | Nanjing, China

2024 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit

https://www.mrs.org/meetings-events/spring-meetings-exhibits/2024-mrs-spring-meeting
April 22-26, 2024 |Seattle, Washington
May 7-9, 2024 |Virtual

The 16th IEEE Workshop on Low-Temperature Electronics

https://ieeecsc.org/event/16th-ieee-workshop-low-temperature-electronics
June 3-6, 2024 | Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy

9th International Workshop on Numerical Modeling of High Temperature Superconductors

https://indico.psi.ch/event/14456/overview
June 10 – 13, 2024 | Bad Zurzach, Switzerland

CONECTUS Summer School

https://www.conectus.org/summer-school/
June 24-28, 2024 | Prague, Czech Republic

ICEC/ICMC 2024

https://icec29-icmc2024.web.cern.ch/
July 22-26, 2024 | Genva, Switzerland

12th International Conference on “Nanotechnologies and Nanomaterials” (NANO-2024) 

https://icec29-icmc2024.web.cern.ch/
August 21-24, 2024 | Uzhhorod, Ukraine

2024 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit

https://www.mrs.org/meetings-events/fall-meetings-exhibits/2024-mrs-fall-meeting
December 1-6, 2024 | Boston, Massachusetts
December 10-12, 2024 | Virtual

Cryogenic Engineering Conference & International Materials Conference (CEC/ICMC 2025)

https://www.cec-icmc.org
May 18 – 22, 2025 | Reno, Nevada

EUCAS 2025

https://eucas2025.esas.org/
September 21 – 25, 2025 | Porto, Portugal


OTHER

Cryogenic Society of America – CSA

Calendar: http://www.cryogenicsociety.org/calendar/

NHMFL – Applied Superconductivity Center

Event Calendar: fs.magnet.fsu.edu/~lee/conferences.html

Program Committee

2024 Program Committee

PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS | Tiina Salmi* – Tampere University, Finland and Hélène Felice* – CEA, France

ELECTRONICS | Topical Chairs: Anna Leese de Escobar* – Technology Vector Inc, USA and Maria Salatino* – Stanford University, USA

Emily Barrentine* (she/her/hers) – NASA, USA Doug Bennett – NIST, USA Sam Benz (he/him) – NIST, USA
Susan Berggren – NIWC Pacific, USA Stuart Berkowitz – Out of the Fog Research, USA Han Cai – LPS, University of Maryland, USA
Robin Cantor – Star Cryoelectronics, USA Olivia Chen – Tokyo City University, Japan Hsiao-Mei Sherry Cho – SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA
Shane Cybart* – UC Riverside, USA Shannon Duff – NIST, USA Pascal Febvre – University Savoie Mont Blanc, France
Nick Ferrante – NIWC Pacific, USA Coenrad Fourie – Stellenbosch University, South Africa Anna Fox* – NIST, USA
Evan Golden – MIT, USA Anna Grassellino – Fermilab, USA Michael Hamilton – Auburn University, USA
T Scott Holmes – Booz Allen Hamilton, USA Tahereh Jabbari – NIST, USA Anna Leese de Escobar* (she/her/hers) – Technology Vector Inc, USA
Edward Leonard, Jr. – Northrop Grumman, USA Chuan Li – University of Twente, Netherlands Arthur Lichtenberger* – University of Virginia, USA
Rafaat Mansour – University of Waterloo, Canada Sukanya Meher – Hypres, USA Emma Mitchell – CSIRO, Australia
Oleg Mukhanov – Seeqc, Inc., USA Ofer Naaman – Google, USA Michael O’Brien – NIWC Pacific, USA
William Oliver – MIT, USA Giovanni Piero* – University of Naples Federico II, Italy Britton Plourde – Syracuse University, USA
John Przybysz* – IEEE Council on Superconductivity / Northrop Grumman, USA Kaja Rotermund – LBL, USA Maria Salatino* – Stanford University, USA
Ronny Stolz* – Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology Jena, Germany Paul Szypryt – NIST, USA Hirotaka Terai* – NICT, Japan
Miranda Thompson* (she/her/hers) – NIST, USA Emily Toomey – Microsoft Quantum, USA Elie Track – IEEE Council on Superconductivity / nVizix, USA
Igor Vernik – Seeqc, Inc., USA Nobuyuki Yoshikawa – Yokohama National University, Japan

*Indicates ASEF Board Member

LARGE SCALE | Topical Co-Chairs: Lucas Brouwer* – LBNL, USA and Xiaorong Wang* – LBNL, USA

Naoyuki Amemiya – Kyoto University, Japan Kathleen Amm* – Brookhaven National Lab, USA Satoshi Awaji* – Tohoku University, Japan
Anis Ben Yahia – Brookhaven National Lab, USA Bernardo Bordini – CERN, Switzerland Luca Bottura* (he/him/his) – CERN, Switzerland
Lucas Brouwer* (he/him/his) – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA Austin Capers*- Scientific Instruments, USA Antonella Chiuchiolo* – INFN, Italy
Valentina Corato (she/her/hers) – ENEA, Italy Daniel Davis – NHMFL/FSU, USA Marc Dhalle – University of Twente, Netherlands
Robert Duckworth (he/him/his) – Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA Hélène Felice* (she/her/hers) – CEA Paris Saclay, France Paolo Ferracin* – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Andy Gavrilin – NHMFL/FSU, USA Mike Green* – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA Seungyong Hahn – Seoul National University, Korea
Zach Hartwig – MIT, USA Kohei Higashikawa – Kyushu University, Japan Sasha Ishmael*- VEIR, USA
Susana Izquierdo Bermudez (she/her/hers) – CERN, Switzerland Zhenan Jiang – Robinson Research Institute, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Young Jin Hwang – Korea Maritime and Ocean University, Korea
Vadim Kashikhin – FNAL, USA Jaemin Kim – Seoul National University, Korea Seokho Kim – Changwon National University, Korea
Chao Li* – Tianjin University, China Xiao-fen Li – Shanghai Jiaotong University, China Ceasar Luongo – EUROfusion, Germany
Phillip C. Michael – MIT, USA Josheph Minervini* – Novum Industria LLC, USA Antonio Morandi – University of Bologna, Italy
Luigi Muzzi – ENEA, Italy Emelie Nilsson – Airbus UpNext, France Gen Nishijima* – NIMS, Japan
Maja Olvegård, Uppsala University, Sweden Sastry Pamidi – FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, USA Michael Parizh – GE HealthCare, USA
Lionel Quettier – CEA Paris Saclay, France Nicolò Riva* – Proxima Fusion, Germany Etienne Rochepault – CEA Paris Saclay, France
Erica Salazar (she/her/hers) – CFS, USA Tiina Salmi* (she/her/hers) – Tampere University, Finland Laura Savoldi – Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Frédéric Sirois – Polytechnique Montréal, Canada Jillian Stern – VEIR, USA Stoyan Stoynev – FNAL, USA
Bruce Strauss* – IEEE Council on Superconductivity, USA Michinaka Sugano – KEK, Japan Ezio Todesco* – CERN, Switzerland
Gianluca Vernassa -CERN, Switzerland Sofia Viarengo – Polytechnic di Torino, Italy Xiaorong Wang* (he/him/his) – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Anbo Wu – GE HealthCare, USA Wei Wu – Institute of Modern Physics, China Ting Xu – FRIB/Michigan State University, USA
Yoshinori Yanagisawa – RIKEN, Japan Mohammad Yzdani-Asrami (he/him/his) – University of Glasgow, United Kingdom Al Zeller* – NHMFL/FSU, USA
Guomin Zhang – Institute of Electrical Engineering, China Min Zhang – University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom Chao Zhou – Institute of Plasma Physics, China

*Indicates ASEF Board Member

MATERIALS | Topical Chair: Anna Kario* – University of Twente, Netherlands

Mark Ainslie (he/him) – King’s College London, United Kingdom Nadezda Bagrets (she/her) – KIT, Germany Valerie Braccini – CNR-SPIN, Italy
Nikolay Bykovskiy – EPFL, Switzerland Giuseppe Celentano* (he/him/his) – ENEA, Italy Siwei Chen* – PPPL/Princeton University, USA
Luisa Chiesa* (she/her/hers) – TUFTS University, USA Lance Cooley* – NHMFL/FSU, USA Michael Eisterer* (he/him/his) – TU Wien, Atominstitut, Austria
Ashleigh Francis* (she/her/hers) – CFS, USA Peng Gao (he/him/his) – Institute of Plasma Physics, CAS, China Chirag Goel – University of Houston, USA
Fedor Gömöry* (he/him/his) – IEE, SAV, Slovakia Tim Haugan – U.S. Force, USA Eric Hellstrom* (he/him/his) – NHMFL/FSU, USA
Kazumaza Iida (he/him/his) – Nihon University, Japan Matt Jewell* – University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, USA Anna Kario* – University of Twente, Netherlands
Ibrahim Kesgin – Argonne National Lab, USA Yanwei Ma – Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Boris Maiorov* – Los Alamos National Laboratory/NHMFL, USA
Andrea Malagoli – CNR-SPIN, Italy James Meen* (he/him/his) – University of Houston/TcSUH, USA Karoline Mueller* (she/her/hers) – University of Houston/TcSUH, USA
Teresa Puig – ICMAB, Spain Alexis Rustam Devitre – MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center, USA Carmine Senatore* (he/him/his) – University of Geneva, Switzerland
MD Shahriar Hossain (he/him/his) – The University of Queensland, Australia Tengming Shen* (he/him/his) – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA Susannah Speller (she/her/hers) – University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Chiara Tarantini – NHMFL/FSU, USA Ulf Trociewitz – ASC, USA Davide Uglietti – EPFL, Switzerland
Judy Wu* — University of Kansas, USA

*Indicates ASEF Board Member

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