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Day 1, Monday, January 9
History of the Partnership Session
Technical session 1 (4 talks)
Working Lunch at NSF provided by the Workshop
Technical session 2 (3 talks)
Technical session 3 (2 talks)
Panel Discussion: Impact of the Partnership in Supporting Advances in Plasma Science & Engineering [moderated by Vyacheslav Lukin (NSF) & Sean Finnegan (DOE)]
Day 2, Tuesday, January 10
Technical session 4 (4 talks)
Technical session 5 (4 talks)
Lunch on your own
Technical session 6 (3 talks)
Workshop Dinner* [To be paid individually]
Day 3, Wednesday, January 11
Technical session 7 (3 talks)
Technical session 8 (3 talks)
Panel Discussion:The Present and Future Role of the NSF/DOE Plasma Partnership in Stewarding Plasma Science [moderated by Scientific Organizers + others]
Q1: What is the present situation and near-term outlook for US university faculty positions in plasma physics and related disciplines? How could the NSF/DOE Plasma Partnership facilitate an increase in the academic footprint in the disciplines with limited university presence?
Q2: What is the place and role of the NSF/DOE Plasma Partnership among the multiple government agencies and programs that support basic and applied research in plasma science?