An up to date overview of all active Fusion Experiments in Europe.
Fusion research is undertaken in many countries around the world, and this overview shows the extense of the different ongoing Fusion experiments in Europe.
With the world's largest research and engineering project (ITER) under construction, the current largest tokamak in the world (JET), the largest stellarator under construction (Wendelstein 7-X), but also interesting reverse field pinch and laser devices, Europe features some of the world's leading fusion facilities.
On the map above you can check out where in Europe to find exciting and promising experiments, all sharing the goal of demonstrating the feasibility of fusion as a net energy source. You can click on the yellow buttons at the bottom of the map to quickly locate a selected fusion facility.
If you find any mistakes or know any active major fusion experiment in Europe that is missing on the map, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we only list Fusion experiments and not component devices or (ITER) test facilities.
ITER Reactor: Tokamak
Wendelstein 7-X: Stellarator
Joint European Torus: Tokamak.
ASDEX Upgrade: Tokamak
Tore Supra: Tokamak
RFX: Reverse Field Pinch
EXTRAP T2R: Reverse Field Pinch
The flexible Heliac TJII: Stellarator
Frascati Tokamak Upgrade: Tokamak
Tokamak à configuration variable: Tokamak
Mega Ampere Spherical Tokamak: Tokamak
HIgh Power laser Energy Research facility: Laser
PETawatt Aquitaine Laser: Laser
PETAL acts as a demonstrator pilot for HIPER
Prague Asterix Laser System: Asterix IV Laser
Laser Mégajoule: Laser
Vulcan laser: Laser
Tokamak EXperiment for
Technology Oriented Research: Tokamak