The diversity of our members reflects the diversity of the European fusion community. A mix of university, research institute and industry members FuseNet brings together everyone working in fusion. Fusion faces a great many challenges still, and to tackle those we need highly motivated engineers, reseachers and fusion advocates. FuseNet embodies the understanding that, to make fusion a success, we first and foremost have to train the people to do that. Through our international collaboration FuseNet and its members seek to empower students and the fusion workforce.
It was a spark during a physics lecture at her bachelor college that ignited her interest in nuclear fusion. Since then, Ana Kostic, born and raised in Serbia, has moved across Europe in pursuit of her fusion career, an effort in which she hopes to inspire also the younger generation to find their calling.
The Principality of Monaco and ITER have launched their biennial call for applications to the Postdoctoral Fellowships. The Monaco Fellows, as they are called, will be trained—over a period of two years—in research areas related to the ITER Project.