Symposium Sponsored by State Senator Joe Pennacchio ~ NJ State Legislature Annex, Trenton, NJ on May 23rd 2019.
"What are the Prospects and Requirements for the Early Development of Fusion Energy, and What are the Implications for the U.S., New Jersey & the World?"
Opening remarks, Senator Joseph Pennacchio
05:02 Introduction: "Why Do We Need Fusion, and Why Don’t We Have It" – Marsha Freeman
15:44 Introduction of Dr. Michael Zarnsdorff, Chief Scientist, Princeton Plasma Physics Lab
17:49 "Opportunities to Accelerate Magnetic Fusion", Dr Michael Zarndorff
58:02 Introduction of Dr. Fred Levinton, Nova Photonics
59:50 Presentation by Dr. Fred Levinton: "What are the Prospects and Requirements for the Early Development of Fusion Energy, and What are the Implications for the U.S., N.J., and the World?" Dr. Levinton also presents the work of ITER.
1:25:36 Introduction of Michael Paluszek, President of Princeton Satellite
1:27:44 Presentation by Michael Paluszek – “Princeton FRC for Portable Power – A Small, Clean, Nuclear Fusion Power Plant"
1:54:06 Introduction of Eric Lerner, Founder and President of LLP Fusion
1:55:18 Presentation by Eric Lerner, “A Faster Route to Fusion"
2:17:55 -- Q&A
2:18:05 – Q&A
2:29:53 University of Wisconsin Fusion Technology Institute’s Important Work on Helium-3 and work in creating spin-off technologies (example of SHINE) – Presented by Marsha Freeman, Contributions from Dr. Gerald Kulcinski
2:39:16 Introduction by Marsha Freeman of her presentation on China’s Fusion Energy Project, “China’s Bold Steps to Fusion Power”
3:06:27 – Concluding Remarks by Sen. Joe Pennacchio