IPP is concerned with investigating the principles underlying a power plant, which – like the sun – will produce energy from the fusion of light atomic nuclei.
Helmholtz Young Investigators Group takes up work
Information on research with the ASDEX Upgrade tokamak
IPP engineer honoured for outstanding leadership in the development of fusion
Alexander von Müller receives award for the development of tungsten-copper composites
Where does fusion research stand today? How will a fusion power plant work? An entertaining and informative account.
The assembly of the Wendelstein 7-X fusion device from 2005 to 2014 comprised in a three-minutes time lapse film
Visitors by appointment are most welcome to the IPP in Garching and Greifswald.
Interested in contributing to the development of a new energy source?IPP offers an outgoing and stimulating international setting providing ambitious objectives in research, technology, tradesmanship and administration.
IPP is dedicated to training outstanding young scientists, from providing practicals for undergraduates, then bachelor, master and PhD theses, to the presentation of comprehensive courses of graduate study.