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November 28, 2023 to December 1, 2023
IAEA Headquarters
Europe/Vienna timezone
Workshop programme now available


30 June 2023 Deadline for submission of Participation Form (Form A), and Grant Application Form (Form C) (if applicable) through the official channels

30 June 2023 Deadline for submission of abstracts through IAEA-INDICO for regular contributions

30 July 2023 Notification of acceptance of abstracts and of assigned awards

Over the past decade, artificial intelligence (AI) has evolved rapidly, becoming increasingly sophisticated and capable of solving ever more complex problems. AI is deployed in sectors as diverse as manufacturing, transportation, finance, education and healthcare. AI methods are used in data analysis, theoretical modelling and experiment design, helping to accelerate fundamental science and advancing technological innovation. A particular area that benefits from the application of AI is fusion and plasma science discovery. With its ability to solve large and complex problems, AI can aid experiments and scientific discovery through modelling and simulations. These applications of AI are included in a five-year IAEA coordinated research project aimed at accelerating fusion research and development. The results of this workshop will feed into the coordinated research project.


The purpose of the event is to provide a platform for researchers, developers, practitioners, entrepreneurs and policymakers to discuss artificial intelligence applications to accelerate fusion and plasma science; and to identify representative examples and related data to be shared through international collaboration, ideally leading to coordination or joint work within the coordinated research project on the subject.

Target Audience

The event aims to bring together a multi-stakeholder and inter-disciplinary audience of researchers, developers, practitioners, entrepreneurs and policymakers in artificial intelligence, fusion and plasma science, to discuss applications, connect and build collaboration.

IAEA Headquarters
Conference Room 1 (CR1), C Building, 2nd floor

IAEA Contacts

Scientific Secretary:

Mr Matteo Barbarino

Physics Section | Division of Physical and Chemical Sciences 

Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications 

International Atomic Energy Agency


The call for abstracts is open
You can submit an abstract for reviewing.