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The HTS4Fusion Conductor workshop is dedicated to High Temperature Superconductor (HTS) based-high current conductors for fusion applications and is organized by the Superconductivity Laboratory of ENEA in Pieve S. Stefano (IT). It is the third edition of a workshop that has been previously held in Karlsruhe (D) organized by KIT (2011) and Villigen (CH) organized by CRPP (2014). As in the previous editions, this workshop will enable the interested research community to present recent developments on the electrical, mechanical and thermal features of HTS highcurrent - high field conductors.

The topics of main interest are:

- Coated Conductors development;
- HTS Cable Concepts;
- Thermal Stability and Quench;
- Mechanical and Electrical Stability;
- Electrical terminations and Current distribution;
- Thermo-hydraulics and Cooling;
- AC Losses;
- Modelling;
- Irradiation Effects;
- Characterization of conductors;
- High current conductor test facilities;

The workshop is organised in a unique session with only oral presentations selected by the organising committee from the abstracts of the submitted contributions.

The deadline for the abstract submission is fixed on June 26th.

The final agenda of the workshop is expected by July 15th.
For this edition there is the opportunity of publishing the presented contributions in a Special Issue of Transactions on Applied Superconductivity published by the IEEE Council on Applied Superconductivity.
This workshop is supported by Tratos Cavi SpA.
The workshop will be held in the City Hall of
Pieve S. Stefano, a lovely village in the middle of the Tuscan Apennine Mountains and home of the Tratos Cavi Company.

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The workshop has no fee.