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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
30 fusion centres in 26 states of the European Union, in Switzerland and Ukraine.

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IPP scientists get grant from the Simons Foundation for further development of stellarator optimization

Fusion energy and hidden symmetries

June 14, 2018

IPP scientists get grant from the Simons Foundation for further development of stellarator optimization [more]
Discovery: Phosphors are less excited by electrons than by positrons, their antiparticles

Positrons are shining brighter

May 17, 2018

Discovery: Phosphors are less excited by electrons than by positrons, their antiparticles [more]
IPP postdoc honoured for outstanding doctoral thesis

Doctoral prize of the European Physical Society awarded to Wei Zhang

April 20, 2018

IPP postdoc honoured for outstanding doctoral thesis [more]
IPP scientist Frank Jenko to teach at Technical University of Munich

Appointment as Honorary Professor

March 14, 2018

IPP scientist Frank Jenko to teach at Technical University of Munich [more]
Information around and about the Wendelstein 7-X fusion device

New issue of the Wendelstein Newsletter

January 15, 2018

Information around and about the Wendelstein 7-X fusion device [more]
Sibylle Günter now corresponding member of SATW

IPP Director appointed member of the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences

January 10, 2018

Sibylle Günter now corresponding member of SATW [more]
 
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