Training Workshop on National Security and High Energy Density Science:Technical, Policy, and International Perspectives and Implications
11 - 12 January, 2018
UC San Diego, La Jolla, California

This workshop offers an introductory exploration of the national security dimensions of High Energy Density Science (HEDS) from technical, policy, and international perspectives. Scientists from the national laboratories, current and former policy experts from the federal agencies, and university faculty will provide a diverse array of views on the role and importance of HEDS to national security. Key issues that will be addressed in the two-day event include the stockpile stewardship program and HED science, comparing how HEDS research and development is taking place in the U.S. with China, HEDS and pulse power, and export control issues and HEDS.

The main goals of this workshop are for scientists to gain an understanding of the policy and national security implications of their research and to encourage research from social scientists to examine the national security impact of HEDS.

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Please complete the form below to register to your interest to attend. Spaces are limited and priority will be given to members of the Center for Frontiers in HEDS and partnering National Laboratory researchers. Registration for CFHEDS and partnering National Laboratory researchers is free. Confirmations will be sent out shortly after registration is received

Graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and advanced undergraduate students will be asked to provide additional information in the final section below and then will need to send in a CV and letter of support from their advisor. Limited travel funds may be available for CFHEDS students and postdoctoral researchers.

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