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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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DFG supports the development of a pulsed positron source to enable investigations of exotic states of matter

Research grant for development of positron pulses of unprecedented intensity

January 26, 2017

DFG supports the development of a pulsed positron source to enable investigations of exotic states of matter [more]
Karoly Simonyi Memorial Plaque and Prize awarded to Dr. Gergely Papp

Distinction for IPP scientist

January 20, 2017

Karoly Simonyi Memorial Plaque and Prize awarded to Dr. Gergely Papp [more]
Information about research with the ASDEX Upgrade fusion device

New issue of ASDEX Upgrade Newsletter

December 21, 2016

Information about research with the ASDEX Upgrade fusion device [more]
Professor Frank Jenko appointed Scientific Fellow and head of Tokamak Theory division

New fellow appointed at IPP

December 14, 2016

Professor Frank Jenko appointed Scientific Fellow and head of Tokamak Theory division [more]
Evaluation of magnetic field measurement / Overview in “Nature Communications”

Magnetic field of Wendelstein 7-X exact to a hundred-thousandth

November 30, 2016

Evaluation of magnetic field measurement / Overview in “Nature Communications” [more]
Professor Hartmut Zohm nominated for Fellowship in the American Physical Society

IPP scientist elected Fellow of the American Physical Society

October 11, 2016

Professor Hartmut Zohm nominated for Fellowship in the American Physical Society [more]
 
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