Some photos

Conference Program and Guidelines for Poster preparation



Other services


Visa information

Important Dates

IAEA Participation Info

Conference Topics and Invited Speakers

The abstract and paper submission

International Advisory Committee

1st Announcement

2nd Announcement

Expression of interest form


The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA),
the Russian Federal Agency of Atomic Energy (Rosatom), and
the Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute will host the

10th IAEA Technical Meeting on H–mode Physics and Transport Barriers

Abstracts for the meeting presentations are available here.

The meeting will take place at the Hotel "Moscow" in St.Petersburg, Russia,
from Wednesday, 28 September 2005 to Friday, 30 September 2005.

 Recent updates and reminders.

  • Updated guidelines for paper submission are available here. (07 Oct 2005)

  • Some photos taken during the meeting are available here. (07 Oct 2005)

The purpose of the meeting is to present and discuss the status of H–mode and transport barrier experiments in magnetic fusion research and to discuss scientific solutions of H–mode control for the purpose of exploring possibilities of enhanced operation regimes in next step large fusion devices. Interested persons are invited to examine the call for papers and other information in the 2nd announcement.

Local Organizers:

Sergei Lebedev (Ioffe Institute, Russia)
Leonid Askinazi (Ioffe Institute, Russia)
Vladimir Sergeev (TUAP, Ltd, Russia)

Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute
26 Polytechnicheskaya
194021, St.Petersburg, Russia
Fax: +7 (812) 247 5416
Tel: +7 (812) 247 9105
E-mail: h-mode-tm@mail.ioffe.ru

Conference Service is provided by the Monomax Company,
E-mail: incoming@monomax.org

Scientific Secretary:

Mr. Artur Malaquias
NAPC Physics Section
International Atomic Energy Agency
Office A2309
Wagramer Str. 5, P.O. Box 100, A1400 Vienna, Austria
Tel.: +43 1 2600-21707
FAX: +43 1 26007-21707
E-mail: A.Malaquias@iaea.org

The Meeting is held with financial support from
  the Russian Federal Agency of Atomic Energy (Rosatom),
  the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, and
  the Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute.