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|Date, Time, Location||Speaker (Affiliation)||Title, Abstract, Presentation|
|Friday 13 January 2023 4:00 - 5:00 pm G906 Cooley (White Auditorium)||Dr. Bruce Carlsten Los Alamos National Laboratory||Joint NERS colloqium/MIPSE seminar Phase-space Manipulations in High-brightness Particle Beams|
|Friday 10 February 2023 4:00 - 5:00 pm G906 Cooley (White Auditorium)||Dr. Luis Chacon Los Alamos National Laboratory||Joint NERS colloqium/MIPSE seminarModern Multiscale Algorithms for High-Fidelity ICF Capsule and Hohlraum Simulations|
|Wednesday 8 March 2023 3:30 - 4:30 pm 3213 LEC (Johnson Rooms)||Dr. Omar Hurricane Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||How Ignition and Target Gain > 1 Was Achieved in Inertial Fusion Presentation: PDF (9 MB), PPTX (26 MB) Video with slides|
|Wednesday 22 March 2023 3:30 - 4:30 pm 133 Chrysler Center Add to Google Calendar||Prof. Andrew Christlieb Michigan State University||Moving to Address the Curse of Dimensionality to Enable ‘First Principle’ Optimal Design in Fusion System Presentation: PPTX (163 MB) Video with slides Zoom recording Transcript|
|Wednesday 29 March 2023 3:30 - 4:30 pm 133 Chrysler Center Add to Google Calendar||Prof. Jack Hare MIT||Early Career Award Pulsed-Power-Driven Plasma Physics at MIT|
|Wednesday 12 April 2023 3:30 - 4:30 pm 133 Chrysler Center Add to Google Calendar||Dr. Eve Stenson Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP), Germany||The APEX (A Positron-Electron eXperiment) Collaboration: Progress & Future Developments|
|Wednesday 19 April 2023 3:30 - 3:30 pm 133 Chrysler Center Add to Google Calendar||Dr. Arianna Gleason SLAC / Stanford University||New Lens on the Frontier of Matter in Extreme Conditions|
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