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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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Calendar

14Jun
Second TRANSAT Tritium School
Virtual
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.
12Jul
Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion (Polytech-SOKENDAI)
Virtual

This is a joint program developed by Peter the Great Polytechnic University and School of Physical Sciences of SOKENDAI (the Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan). The course is suitable as the first plasma physics course or an add-on course for senior undergraduate students and graduate students.

The primary objective of the course is to present the fundamentals of plasma physics particularly highlighting high-temperature plasma physics and its applications to controlled fusion. The course begins with an overview of plasma phenomena and their applications. The lectures cover Coulomb collisions, single particle motion in magnetic field, magnetic traps, principles of controlled fusion, plasma heating and diagnostics. The program also includes study visits to a tokamak laboratory and a laboratory for plasma technologies.