development of computational activities about the interaction of the hydrogen isotopes with tungsten
An 18 months postdoctoral position is available in the framework of project funded by the Aix-Marseille University Foundation A*MIDEX.
The annual Karlsruhe International School on Fusion Technologies will give an overview on key fusion technologies, their current status and on long term R&D, particularly in view of the next step beyond ITER, the demonstration power station DEMO.
PlasmaSurf is a summer school on plasma physics and related science topics, now in its third edition. It is specifically tailored for engineering and physics students aiming at complementing their education at the PhD level in plasma physics, high power lasers or nuclear fusion.
From May, 24th to May, 31st experts in physics and technology of Plasma Heating and Current Drive in fusion plasma will convene to teach and debate open issues of this very challenging field of research. A full day each will be devoted to Ion Cyclotron waves, Lower Hybrid waves, Electron Cyclotron waves and Neutral Beams.
A position is available for the Responsible Officer in the ITER Physics Department of the EUROfusion Programme Management Unit in Culham, United Kingdom. The Responsible Officer reports to the Head and Deputy Head of the ITER Physics Department.
A position is available for the Responsible Officer in the ITER Physics Department of the EUROfusion Programme Management Unit in Garching, Germany. The Responsible Officerreports to the Head and Deputy Head of the ITER Physics Department.
The IPP Summer University cover the main aspects of plasma physics with emphasis on nuclear fusion. The lectures are designed for physics and engineering students who passed their bachelor courses or just started their PhD.
Study of negative ion surface production in caesium-free H2 and D2 plasmas : application to neutral beam injectors for ITER and DEMO
The objective of the present project is to find alternative materials to produce high yields of H-/D- negative-ions on surfaces in Cs-free H2/D2 plasmas.
The post-doctorate will be involved in the development and implementation of a CW laser heating system in Ultra high Vacuum (UHV) environment, the related laser heating modeling (Finite Elements Methods), and the realization of LID experiments on model materials relevant for fusion reactors.
The 12th Carolus Magnus Summer School will take place from 24th August to 4th September 2015. The summer school is organised by the partners in the Trilateral Euregio Cluster.