First Helicon Plasma Physics and Applications Workshop

Lei Chang*, Rod Boswell, Guangnan Luo

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    The First Helicon Plasma Physics and Applications Workshop was held on September 23−24, 2021, through Zoom Cloud Meeting, instead of in an on-site gathering, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was convened by Rod Boswell (IOC) and Guangnan Luo (LOC), and organised by Lei Chang’s group. The workshop attracted 110 registrations and (Formula presented.) online audiences from (Formula presented.) affiliations. There were 33 presentations covering the various fundamental physics of helicon plasma and its applications to space electric propulsion, material processing, and magnetic confinement fusion. This paper highlights the presentations, discussions, and perspectives given in the workshop, serving as reference for the helicon community.

    Original languageEnglish
    Article number808971
    JournalFrontiers in Physics
    Publication statusPublished - 7 Jan 2022


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