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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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First plasmas in the upgraded device / “It’s now getting exciting”, says Project Head Thomas Klinger

Wendelstein 7-X: Second round of experimentation started

September 11, 2017

First plasmas in the upgraded device / “It’s now getting exciting”, says Project Head Thomas Klinger [more]
Information around and about the Wendelstein 7-X fusion device

New issue of the Wendelstein Newsletter

August 24, 2017

Information around and about the Wendelstein 7-X fusion device [more]
Sibylle Günter honoured for her commitment to European fusion research

Bavarian Order of Merit awarded to IPP’s Scientific Director

July 13, 2017

Sibylle Günter honoured for her commitment to European fusion research [more]
IPP scientist Benedikt Geiger honoured for outstanding achievements in plasma physics

Greifswald’s Osthoff Plasma Physics Prize awarded

May 24, 2017

IPP scientist Benedikt Geiger honoured for outstanding achievements in plasma physics [more]
First ever matter-antimatter plasma / ERC Advanced Grant to Thomas Sunn Pedersen

EU Excellence Award to IPP scientist

April 06, 2017

First ever matter-antimatter plasma / ERC Advanced Grant to Thomas Sunn Pedersen [more]
The energy transition challenge / energy system integration as future theme / role of fusion

Fusion in the Energy System 2050+

March 16, 2017

The energy transition challenge / energy system integration as future theme / role of fusion [more]
 
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