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Eye witness report from the fusenet Phd event at IPP Garching, part 2

FUSENET funded an event in IPP Garching that allows Ph.D students to network and learn from each others' work. One of the Ph.D students present, Stuart Henderson, reports.


2011 Hands-on Training Course in Plasmalab@TU/e

  • Studying in the field of Nuclear Fusion, but lacking hands-on training?
  • Never made a plasma yourself or measured its temperature?

Eye witness report from the fusenet Phd event at IPP Garching, part 1

Currently, FUSENET is funding an event in IPP Garching that allows Ph.D students to network and learn from each others' work. One of the Ph.D students present, Stuart Henderson, reports.

Plasma Diagnostics course in Lausanne, Switzerland

The Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) organizes a 5-day plasma diagnostics course from January 30th, 2012 to February 3d, 2012. The course provides a mix of diagnostics theory and experimental practice and is now open to subscription for all students.

Eye witness report from Carolus Magnus Summer School 2011 in The Netherlands, part 3

In September, the Carolus Magnus Summer School took place. Two of the students attending, Stéphanie Panayotis and Rachel McAdams, reported their experiences during the summer school here. This is Stéphanie's final report of the summer school.

Carolus Magnus Summer School report

Athina Kappatou tells the story of her experiences at the Carolus Magnus Summer School

Eye witness report from Carolus Magnus Summer School 2011 in The Netherlands, part 2

On Monday, the Carolus Magnus Summer School kicked off. Two of the students attending, Stéphanie Panayotis and Rachel McAdams, will report their experiences during the summer school here.

Eye witness report from Carolus Magnus Summer School 2011 in The Netherlands, part 1

On Monday, the Carolus Magnus Summer School kicked off. Two of the students attending, Stéphanie Panayotis and Rachel McAdams, will report their experiences during the summer school here.

World’s largest fusion experiment back in operation

After an 18-month shutdown to upgrade the machine and four months of commissioning, the Joint European Torus (JET), the world’s largest magnetic fusion device, is ready to start new experiments. The inside of the vessel now has a completely new wall. JET is the first fusion machine to test the materials that will be used inside the next-generation international experiment, ITER.

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