We cordially invite you to participate in the 31st Symposium on Fusion Technology (SOFT 2020) that will be held as a virtual event from the 20th to 25th September 2020.

For the first time, Symposium on Fusion Technology will be delivered as a virtual event.

As we adjust to a world changed by the COVID-19 crisis, this important event will allow professionals from the fusion technology community from all over the world to connect, share knowledge and learn about the latest fusion technology developments.

The biennial Symposium on Fusion Technology is the most important conference in this field in Europe that brings together nearly 1000 scientists, engineers, industry representatives and exhibitors from all over the world and focuses on the latest developments on fusion experiments and activities. SOFT includes invited, oral and poster presentations as well as industrial and R&D exhibitions.

Moving SOFT 2020 to a virtual platform allow the fusion technology community to stay informed and connected from the comfort of their own home.

Within the virtual SOFT we plan to create an engaging virtual experience for all participants so we have decided to provide companies with a unique sponsorship opportunity - "company logo display sponsorship" will allow companies to create their own content behind the logo and hyperlink that will be placed on the virtual SOFT website. Engage your audience and promote your company via webinars, multimedia, direct communication and other content by taking part in virtual SOFT.   

We look forward to connect with you at this engaging virtual experience SOFT 2020!

Exhibition and sponsors kit is available below.


General Atomics

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