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Fusion 2100
How will a fusion power plant work? Where does fusion research stand today? A school class in 2100 re-enacts how the development of the fusion energy source proceeded.

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European Consortium for the Development of Fusion Energy

IPP is member and coordinator of the EUROfusion consortium, which comprises
29 fusion centres in 26 states of the European Union and in Switzerland.

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US physicist Professor Philip Morrison is using the prize endowment as visiting research scientist at Garching

Humboldt Research Prize-winner comes to IPP

August 24, 2016

US physicist Professor Philip Morrison is using the prize endowment as visiting research scientist at Garching [more]
IPP scientist Hans-Stephan Bosch appointed by TU Berlin

Honorary Professorship awarded

August 08, 2016

IPP scientist Hans-Stephan Bosch appointed by TU Berlin [more]
Productive scientific programme / Modification in the plasma vessel well underway

Wendelstein 7-X: Upgrading after successful first round of experiments

July 08, 2016

Productive scientific programme / Modification in the plasma vessel well underway [more]
Latin America’s first stellarator / official inauguration on 29 June 2016

SCR-1 stellarator in Costa Rica produces its first plasma

June 30, 2016

Latin America’s first stellarator / official inauguration on 29 June 2016 [more]
Prize presentation in October / Wendelstein 7-X: fusion research for the power plant of tomorrow

IPP in Greifswald as "Landmark in the Land of Ideas"

June 10, 2016

Prize presentation in October / Wendelstein 7-X: fusion research for the power plant of tomorrow
Hartmut Zohm awarded Hannes Alfvén Prize of the European Physical Society

European Prize for IPP Plasma Physicist

May 30, 2016

Hartmut Zohm awarded Hannes Alfvén Prize of the European Physical Society [more]
 
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