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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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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]
Investigation on turbulence in fusion plasmas / award conferred by the Max Planck Society

Otto Hahn Medal awarded to young IPP scientist

May 04, 2016

Investigation on turbulence in fusion plasmas / award conferred by the Max Planck Society [more]
Promising experiments on ASDEX Upgrade / Conditions for ITER and a demonstration power plant almost attained

Continuous operation of tokamaks getting closer

April 27, 2016

Promising experiments on ASDEX Upgrade / Conditions for ITER and a demonstration power plant almost attained [more]
Information about the Wendelstein 7-X fusion device / results of the first experimentation campaign

New issue of the Wendelstein Newsletter

April 07, 2016

Information about the Wendelstein 7-X fusion device / results of the first experimentation campaign [more]
 
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