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Educational events are of great value because they help in networking and the exchange of expertise across Europe. When motivated people start collaborating to work on problems, beautiful initiatives and connections emerge.


This page is regularly updated with upcoming events in fusion education and training. You'll also find the experiences of past events on this page. If you would like your event to be featured here, go to your dashboard and add your own. Not a member? Send us an email!


Note on COVID-19: Because of the pandemic in 2020, many events are currently being cancelled or postponed. For external events, always check the official information of the local organiser, regarding its continuation or potentially changed dates.

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28th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference
Nice Acropolis Conference Center, Nice, France
At the 28th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference (FEC2020), taking place 10 -15 May 2021 in Nice, France, the “crème de la crème” of the international fusion science community comes together for a week to discuss the state of the art in fusion. Often called the “Champions League of Fusion” or even the “Fusion Olympics,” the Fusion Energy Conference (FEC) has no parallel. It is here where the latest progress in fusion research is presented and discussed by the top players in the field.
Second TRANSAT Tritium School
Following the successful First Tritium School, TRANSAT partners decided to keep the structure of the first school. They plan to organise five days of talks of invited speakers where cross-cutting activities from fission and fusion on tritium will be presented together with a waste management issues and biological studies with respect to toxicology and dosimetry. The school will take in the afternoon hours in European central time in order make it available also for attendees outside Europe with different time zones.