Next week is “New York Energy Week”, and in conjunction with that, the American Security Project, a fusion-friendly think tank, will be sponsoring a lunch on “new developments in energy research”. It will be at 12:30 PM on Tuesday, June 16, at FTI Strategic Communications’ office at 88 Pine Street, 32nd Floor, New York City.
The speakers are as follows:
Dr. Dennis Whyte, the Director of the MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center, one of the world’s leading fusion experts, will detail how groundbreaking advances in superconducting magnets, 3D printing, fusion configurations, and super-computing mean that the day fusion provides powers to our economy could be closer than many had thought.
Mr. Edward Reilly, Global CEO of FTI Strategic Communications, will introduce, and Brigadier General Stephen Cheney, ASP’s CEO, will discuss why fusion is important for America: our national security, our economic competitiveness, and our scientific leadership.