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Students receive their reward and get inspired to become fusion heroes

On February 3, 2015, thirteen students proudly received their European Fusion Master’s and Doctorate certificates from FuseNet in a festive ceremony at CCFE, in the UK.

FuseNet signs MoU with ENEN

FuseNet and ENEN sign Memorandum of Understanding at the 2015 General Assembly meeting of FuseNet at CCFE

On February 3, 2015, FuseNet and ENEN have signed a Memorandum of Understanding and initiated cooperation between the European fusion and fission education networks.

ITER Construction Time-Lapse Compilation

In collaboration with the FuseNet, ITER has placed cameras around the construction site. Check out the building progress in this first time-lapse compilation!

FuseNet PhD Event 2014: A retrospective

More than 120 PhD students gathered last week in Portugal to exchanged experiences and present their research in the 4th edition of the FuseNet sponsored PhD event.

FuseNet launches individual support schemes

FuseNet is glad to announce that it has launched several student support schemes that were developed with and funded by the EUROfusion consortium.

Contract between EC and EUROfusion is signed

Grant Agreement 633053 was signed today in Brussels between the European Commission and EUROfusion. Its goal: realising fusion electricity to the grid by 2050!

25th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference (FEC 2014)

Dates: 
Mon, 10/13/2014 to Sat, 10/18/2014

The 2014 edition of the biennial FEC meeting takes place in the backyard of Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical University, who recently became a FuseNet member.

PPPL provides insight to how magnetic reconnection energizes plasma particles

Experiments at Princeton University have shown that magnetic reconnection converts about 50% of the magnetic energy into the plasma. The experiment also suggests the process by which the energy conversion occurs, a step that can help tokamak physicists.

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