ICFRM (International Conference on Fusion Reactor Materials) is the conference series that is the major forum for the exchange of information based on the research and development of fusion reactor materials. Overcoming material issues are the key to the realization of fusion energy. The scope of the conference ranges from fundamental materials science to search for engineering materials in-service performance. The papers will be presented as invited and contributed oral and poster presentations. A special program will be planned to encourage young scientists.



Classification Abbr. Category
1. Advanced materials development, including fabrication and joining
1a FMS Ferritic/martensitic steels
1b AOS Advanced steels, ODS steels
1c CLZ Ceramics, ceramic composites, SiC/SiC composites and other low-Z materials
1d WHZ Tungsten, refractory alloys and other high-Z materials
1e VAA Vanadium and its alloys
1f OSA Other structural alloys
2. Fusion-specific applications of materials
2a PFM Plasma-facing materials
2b HHF High heat flux materials including copper alloys
2c BMM Breeding and multiplying materials
2d OFM Other functional materials
3. Materials technologies and testing in IFMIF, ITER and beyond
3a TBM Test blanket module material technologies and issues
3b IMT ITER material technologies and issues
3c IFT IFMIF and other intense fusion neutron sources
3d MTT Material testing technologies including SSTT
4. Materials design interface issues
4 MDI Materials design interface issues
5. Fundamentals of radiation effects and advanced characterization
5a DPP Defect production and properties
5b MIE Microstructural evolution
5c MPC Mechanical property changes
5d FTE Fundamental helium, hydrogen and tritium effects
5e ACT Advanced characterization and specimen test technology
6. Multi-scale modelling
6a MSM Multi-scale modelling for design
6b MPP Modelling to predict the performance of fusion materials and systems
6c NDM New developments of multi-scale approaches for designing radiation resistant materials
7. Environmental effects
7a TRT Tritium retention and transport
7b OXC Oxidation and corrosion
7c BCC Barrier coatings and chemical compatibility
8. Cross-cutting approaches, programs and strategies
CCA Cross-cutting approaches, programs and strategies
9. The Broader Approach activities and other international collaborations
9 BAC The Broader Approach activities and other international collaborations

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