JET, the largest and most powerful tokamak in the world was officially inaugurated on 9th April 1984 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Read more.
It is with great sadness that EUROfusion has learned about the passing away of Martin Keilhacker, the former Director of EUROfusion’s flagship device JET.
European Commission’s panel of independent high-level experts strongly endorse JET and Fusion Roadmap.
On 3 February 2016, Wendelstein 7-X will have its first hydrogen plasma discharge after it began operations in December 2015.
Swiss Plasma Center (SPC), a EUROfusion consortium member, begins new edition of MOOC on plasma physics and its applications.
Fusion Spin-Off Advent Calendar #23: Space and astrophysical plasmas