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Nuclear fusion

Environment, Safety & Economy
Fusion Materials
Nuclear Technology Fusion Reactors
Plasma Wall Interaction
Reversed Field Pinches
Spherical Tori

Recent activities and findings

150th issue of Stellarator News

This milestone issue of Stellarator News from the IEA TCP on Stellarator-Heliotrons (SH) reports on the 14th Coordinated Working Group Meeting which took place in Warsaw from 17-19 June. More...

Recent milestones in the Wendelstein 7-X commissioning

For the latest update on commissioning of the Wendelstein 7-X visit the website of the IEA TCP on Stellarator-Heliotrons (SH) to download the August 2015 Stellarator News

Europe and Wendelstein 7-X

Read about the European fusion roadmap currently under development by 29 national European fusion laboratories, and an innovative concept developed to deal with the massive amount of data needed to monitor the W7-X interior. Visit the website of the IEA TCP on Stellarator-Heliotrons (SH) to download the June 2015 Stellarator News here.

20th International Stellarator-Heliotron workshop

The 20th International Stellarator-Heliotron Workshop (ISHW) took place in Greifswald, 5-9 October 2015. The Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics hosted this workshop, which has taken place against the background of the first experiments in Wendelstein 7-X under the IEA TCP on Stellarator-HeliotronsMore...

The IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes in this category are reviewed by the Fusion Power Co-ordinating Committee (FPCC)

For information on related activities carried out by the IEA Secretariat, see Nuclear fusion and fission.

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