Korea will host the upcoming 12th International Nuclear Fusion Symposium (ISFNT12), taking place in Jeju from Sept. 14-18.
As such, the event will offer attendees a golden opportunity to discover the many attractions of Jeju, one of Korea’s most popular travel destinations.
Held every two years, ISFN brings together the world’s top nuclear fusion experts for knowledge-sharing, discussions, and exploration of the latest breakthroughs in the field. The week-long event will include a range of discussion topics, including “ITER (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor) and Beyond,” a key example of cutting-edge nuclear energy.
Among the social programs organized for the event is the Sept. 14 Welcome Dinner, which will include examples of Jeju cuisine; meanwhile, the Sept. 17 Gala Dinner will offer a tailored fusion menu.
Delegates can also choose from six specially created tours of nearby Jeju attractions on Sept. 16, including the Jeju Folk Village, O’sulloc Green Tea Museum, and Saeseom Island, among others. Some tours also include hands-on experience programs, including horse riding and tangerine-picking.
Located in Seogwipo on Jeju’s southern coast, ICC Jeju is a resort-style convention center surrounded by leisure and accommodation facilities, and includes a large-scale conference hall with capacity for up to 4,300 persons. Nearby hotels, which will be utilized for the symposium, include the Lotte Hotel Jeju, the Shilla Jeju, and the Hyatt Regency Jeju. See the full list.
Hosted by the Korean National Fusion Research Institute (NFRI), ISFN12 is sponsored by the Korea Tourism Organization, ICC Jeju, Jeju Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning.