From 6 February till 17 February 2023, scientists from the Swiss Plasma Centre taught a course on the Control and Operation of Tokamaks. “In previous years, it was a relatively small class with 15 to 20 people.
On 14 October, we held the Teacher Day 2022. With over 150 secondary school teachers from 33 different countries attending the online event, the day was a great success! The day consisted of domestic sessions (held in the local language), followed by the European session.
It is with great sadness that FuseNet receives the news of the passing of Dr. Bernard Bigot, ITER Director General.
FuseNet’s founders, its Governing Bodies and Executive Office express their condolences to Dr. Bigot’s family and grieve together with the rest of the fusion community.
Over the past months, we mentioned the Fusion Focused Podcast in our newsletter. In each episode, Ella Fox-Widdows, the creator of the podcast, speaks with someone in the fusion field. They talk about their work and what motivated them to make a career in fusion.
To inspire and support young women to pursue a career in the nuclear field, the IAEA-initiated Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme (MSCFP) provides scholarships to selected students studying towards a Master’s degree in nuclear-related subjects and internship opportunities facilitated by
On Monday, 23 November 2020, 9 o’clock sharp, Prof. Roddy Vann opened the 7th edition of the FuseNet PhD event. Though originally the conference was to be held in Padova during early spring, the Covid-19 pandemic compelled us to come op with a virtual alternative.
The venue for the next PhD Event has been found: Padova. From 3 to 6 March, the European doctoral students will gather in the old city, its gardens and the experimental facilities. We are honoured that the University of Padova and Consorzio RFX will host the event.