A new contract with EUROfusion is in preparation and now in sight. We expect the new contract to be established in the first months of 2017. After the official signing, all FuseNet operations - including student support actions and the organisation of the 2017 PhD event at ITER - will be resumed!
The year 2016 has neared its end now, which gives us the opportunity to look back at some of the major record-breaking achievements of the past couple of months in fusion research from all over the world.
DIFFER, the Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research, has been awarded 2.3 million euros to start a large research program on 'taming the flame' that aims to tackle fusion reactor exhaust problem.