The purpose of CALFUSE (Center for Advanced Laboratory Fusion Science and Engineering)is to promote interaction between research and educational components, both within the University, and between the University, the National Laboratories, and, industrial laboratories. To accomplish this role, the Center requires a physical presence at the actual research sites. For this reason, the organizational centers of the ORP/ORU are co-located on the main UC Davis campus, and in Hertz Hall at the Livermore satellite campus. Fusion research is an extremely broad education and research field, encompassing topics that cut across numerous engineering, science, and policy disciplines. The initial set of topics includes plasma accelerators, high energy particle accelerators, plasma diagnostics (specifically, millimeter wave and Terahertz technology developments), advanced computing, advanced materials, and energy policy. The Center invites participation from all fields that may have relevance to fusion education and research.