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  • Fusion Device Information System

The Fusion Device Information System (FusDIS), developed and maintained by the IAEA, focuses on experimental fusion research devices worldwide. FusDIS contains information on fusion devices public or private that are currently in operation, under construction, closed or being planned.


The devices are organized in 4 main configuration categories: 

  • Tokamaks, both conventional and spherical type

  • Stellarators and Heliotrons

  • Laser fusion

  • Innovative and alternative concepts. This category includes the following types: beam-target; dense plasma focus; field reversed configuration; inertial electrostatic fusion; levitated dipole; magnetic mirror machine; magnetized target fusion; pinch; pulsed power generated electron beam; reverse field pinch; simple magnetized torus; space propulsor; spheromak.

Fusion Device Information System