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Welcome at "Ideas 2020"

The travelling science exhibition invites to a "Tour of Tomorrow's World". Current location from April 23, 2014 is Koblenz. [more]

41st EPS Conference on Plasma Physics

June 23 - 27, 2014, Berlin. The conference covers a wide field from nuclear fusion research to the low temperature plasmas, as well as space and astrophysical plasmas.

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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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Computer game on fusion research / free of charge from the app store / android version available

Operation Tokamak – can you handle a fusion power plant?

April 10, 2014

Computer game on fusion research / free of charge from the app store / android version available [more]
IPP is to be awarded the Rubenow Medal, the highest distinction conferred by the city of Greifswald

Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics honoured

March 24, 2014

IPP is to be awarded the Rubenow Medal, the highest distinction conferred by the city of Greifswald [more]
With production of the first plasma, today experimentation on Garching’s ASDEX Upgrade fusion device has now been resumed. After an eight-month conversion IPP scientists now can experiment with ASDEX Upgrade under conditions that will prevail in the ITER international test reactor.

ASDEX Upgrade fusion device in operation again

January 28, 2014

With production of the first plasma, today experimentation on Garching’s ASDEX Upgrade fusion device has now been resumed. After an eight-month conversion IPP scientists now can experiment with ASDEX Upgrade under conditions that will prevail in the ITER international test reactor. [more]
The contract for developing an important diagnostic method for the ITER international test reactor went to IPP at Garching: With a total of 4.8 million euros the European ITER Fusion for Energy Agency will be funding development of so-called bolometer cameras for recording the heat and X-radiation emitted from the ITER plasma.

Sophisticated miniatures: IPP developing bolometers for ITER

January 08, 2014

The contract for developing an important diagnostic method for the ITER international test reactor went to IPP at Garching: With a total of 4.8 million euros the European ITER Fusion for Energy Agency will be funding development of so-called bolometer cameras for recording the heat and X-radiation emitted from the ITER plasma. [more]
<p>The last open seam on the steel outer cover of the Wendelstein 7-X fusion device was closed last week. The core of the research device is thus ready as basic skeleton and can go into operation at the Greifswald branch institute of IPP in 2014.</p>

Last steel seam on Wendelstein 7-X closed

June 04, 2013

The last open seam on the steel outer cover of the Wendelstein 7-X fusion device was closed last week. The core of the research device is thus ready as basic skeleton and can go into operation at the Greifswald branch institute of IPP in 2014.

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