It is my great pleasure to invite you to the 7th Annual Conference of the Division of Plasma Physics of the Association of Asia Pacific Physics Society (AAPPS-DPP2023) that will be held
during November 12-17, 2023 at Port Messe Nagoya, Japan. Over the past few years, ever since its inception in 2017, the conference has made significant gains in its scientific stature
with a rapidly growing international participation. It now serves as a major platform for dissemination and exchange of the latest scientific information covering a broad range of
topics in plasma physics and technology. This year's event is particularly significant as it marks a return to the in-person format after three long years of online meetings. We are
also introducing a few innovations in the form of satellite meetings and mini-symposia. I therefore sincerely hope that you will participate in large numbers and actively contribute
towards making this conference a great scientific success. I look forward to meeting you all in Nagoya.
AAPPS-DPP Representative Director and CEO
Division of Plasma Physics under AAPPS (AAPPS-DPP) is established in 2014 and started its annual conference from 2017 (1st Chengdu, 450 participants), 2018 (2nd Kanazawa, 682 participants), 2019 (3rd Hefei, 392 participants), 2020 (4th, e-conference, 930 participants), 2021(5th, e-conference, 1109 participants), 2022 (6th, e-conference, 1030). Wee now returned to in person conference at Nagoya. Feedbacks from our members are quite helpful to improve and increases productivity of our annual conferences including exchange of informations, recognizing outstanding works by DPP awards, invitation to our official journal, RMPP. We will do out best efforts in coming months to provide you a productive conference world wide.
Dr. Kenichi Nagaoka
AAPPS-DPP2023 LOC chair
We are pleased to invite you to the 7th Asia-Pacific Conference on Plasma Physics (AAPPS-DPP2023), an in-person conference held in Nagoya on November 13-17, 2023. I really encourage you to propose topical sessions (organized sessions), which can make the conference more productive.