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Executive Committee Members and Participants from Contracting Parties and Associate Members are listed in Table 1.

Table 1 Executive Committee Members and Participants

Parties

Members

E-mail Address

Canada

D. Jackson, McMaster University

jacksond@mcmaster.ca

China

Y. Wu, Chair, Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology

yican.wu@fds.org.cn

Europe

D. Maisonnier, European Fusion Development Agreement

david.maisonnier@ec.europa.eu

Japan

K. Tobita, Japan Atomic Energy Agency

tobita.kenji30@jaea.go.jp

Korea

K. Kim, National Fusion Research Institute, Korea

kkeeman@nfri.re.kr

USA

E. Stevens, Vice Chair, Department of Energy

edward.stevens@science.doe.gov

Russia

A. Kalashnikov, Federal Agency for Atomic Energy

akalashnikov@uant.faae.ru

 

Associated Implementing Agreement Chairs are listed in Table 2.

Table 2 Associated Implementing Agreement Chairs

IAs

Members

E-mail Address

IEA- Fusion Materials

Eberhard Diegele

rj.kurtz@pnnl.gov

IEA- Nuclear Technology for Fusion Reactor

Masato Akiba

akiba@naka-jaea.org


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