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Eye witness report from Culham Plasma Physics Summer School, part 0

FUSENET sponsors the Culham Plasma Physics Summer School in the UK. Read James Simpson's thoughts on the first week of the summer school.

Fusenet PhD event

After the success of the 1st PhD Event held in Garching (Germany) from 13th to 14th October 2011, the 2nd PhD Event in Fusion Science and Engineering will take place from 22nd to 25th October 2012 at the Abbaye des Prémontrés in Pont-à-Mousson (France).

Abbaye des Prémontrés, Pont-à-Mousson, France

ITER Council Meeting reports successes and concerns

The 10th ITER Council meeting that took place on June 20 and 21 reported successes as well as concerns over the schedule of the project.

Tore Supra proposed as Detector for Axions

Tore Supra is proposed to play a new role in the ongoing experimental search for axions in our galaxy's dark matter halo. In search for postulated dark matter particles, the tokamak's large volume and strong magnetic field are ideal, as they increase the chance of axions and chameleons that enter the cavity to convert into detectable single microwave photons.

Gomtraic Participant Experience, part 1

One of the participants in the Gomtraic course, Teofil Minea from Romania, reports his experiences.

New Max Planck - Princeton Partnership in fusion research

The Max Planck Society is strengthening its commitment to the development of a sustainable energy supply and has joined forces with internationally renowned Princeton University to establish the Max Planck Princeton Research Center for Plasma Physics.

European Energy Conference in Maastricht, The Netherlands

“We need more qualified technicians. Currently only 2 out of 10 students in the Netherlands choose a technical education, but this number needs to be doubled. Other European countries face a similar challenge if we are to keep up with the rest of the world.” This was the challenging statement that former Shell CEO Jeroen van der Veer left the audience with after his speech at the European Energy conference in Maastricht, The Netherlands.

F4E Summer Studentships 2012

Are you a student interested in a career in fusion energy, and have you not yet booked your summer holidays? Then it might be good to know that you have one more week to apply to the 2012 summer studentships of Fusion for Energy!

Motojima receives Honorary Degree

ITER Director-General Osamu Motojima, received the honorary doctorate degree from Ghent University, one of the FUSENET members.

Motojima receives honorary doctorate degree from FUSENET Member Ghent University

DIFFER unveils Magnum-PSI

Creating hotter, denser plasmas than ever before: that's the goal of the new Magnum-PSI facility at the FOM Institute DIFFER. On Thursday 22 March, the new experiment celebrated the start of its experimental campaign with a scientific symposium in Nieuwegein, the Netherlands.