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First European PhD Event on Fusion Science and Technology

The first PhD Event for European PhD Students in Fusion Science and Technology is announced for October 13 and 14, 2011. The first on what is intended to become a yearly event, is taking place at IPP Garching in Germany.

The aim of the Event is to bring together EU PhD students in Fusion Science and Technology to discuss their work, but also to attend lectures of broader interest and to get to know each other.

Fusenet appears in The Parliament

An article on Fusenet has been published in The Parliament, an established magazine published by Dods Parliamentary Communications, that provides EU political news and information. The magazine can also be read on the similarly named Brussels-based website, theparliament.com. The Parliament is known for its analysis of key issues and debates within the EU institutions, and is therefore well read by European policy makers.

Fusenet appears on page 46 of issue 326 of the Parliament:

Teaching Award for Fusion Group at the University of York

The Plasma Physics and Fusion Group at the University of York has been recognised with a team Vice Chancellor's Teaching Award for its two postgraduate training programmes: the Fusion Doctoral Training Network and the Fusion Energy MSc.

Carolus Magnus Summer School on Plasma and Fusion Energy Physics

The 10th edition of the Carolus Magnus Summer School on Plasma and Fusion Energy Physics will be held in Weert, the Netherlands, from Sept 05-16, 2011.

New Fusenet Website launched

The new Fusenet Website was launched on April 4th, 2011. After the official establishment of the Fusenet Association as a legal entity, and the first General Assembly that has taken place in the beginning of February, the new Fusenet website marks a milestone in the development of the European Fusion Education Network.

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