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The Fusion Simulation Program Execution Plan was prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy
Office of Science by the following institutions under these respective contracts:

Princeton Plasma Laboratory (W. Tang)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M. Greenwald)
Tech-X, Inc. (J. Cary)
Los Alamos National Laboratory (X. Tang)
Lehigh University (a. Kritz)
General Atomics (V. Chan))
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (D. Hudson, L. Chacon)
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (W. Nevins, L. Daichin)
Argonne National Laboratory (A. Siegel)
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (P. Colella)
New York University (C.S. Chang)
University of California San Diego (G. Tynan, P. Diamond)
Purdue University (D. Brooks)
University of Texas (H. Berk)

DE-AC02-09CH11466.
D E-SC000-1682
DE-5C0001290
DE-AC52-06NA2-5396
DE-5C0001268
DE-5C0001266
D E-AC05-00O R22725
DE-AC52-07NA27344
DE-AC02-06CH11357
DE-AC02-05CH11231
DE-FG02-06ER 54845
DE-FG02-04ER 54738
DE-FG02-08ER54990
D E-FG02-04E R-54742

Many others in the fusion energy and advanced scientific computing communities participated in the
development of this plan. The core planning team is grateful for their important contributions.
An original version of this plan was submitted on July 31, 2011, in satisfaction of the requirements of the primary
contract awarded to the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. This version contains modest updates to the July
31ST submission resulting from comments by DOE program offices, advisory committee members, and other
interested stakeholders.

The plan is the governing document that establishes the means to execute, monitor, and control the proposed
Fusion Simulation Program (FSP).
There are several additional documents referenced within this one and all are supplemental or flow down from
this Program Plan. They are not included within this document because of their purpose, format, or size:
* FSP Plan Executive Summary - a quick overview the FSP's purpose and intentions (MS Word,
approximately 2 pages)
* FSP Plan Summary - a concise interpretation of the full Plan (MS Word, approximately 30 pages)
* WBS Cost and Schedule Worksheet - a multipage spreadsheet containing the proposed FSP work
breakdown structure (WBS) and its dictionary, work schedule, required resources, and funding timelines
(MS Excel workbook)
* Detailed Science Driver Planning Reports - a report containing bottoms-up definitions of plans for
addressing critical programmatic issues that require integrated simulations. It was prepared by small
groups of technical experts from the fusion energy and advanced scientific computing communities at
the request of the FSP planning team (MS Word, approximately 182 pages)

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