Slovakia (M. Polak , J. Skalny)

“This is an excellent occasion especially for our young PhD students and postdocs to participate in a modern and cutting edge programme. This is a chance for all our research teams to find partners for collaboration. This is the best way we can contribute to the formation of the European Research Area.”

Slovenia (M. Cercek, B. Pukl, J. Duhovnik, M. Ravnik, S. Novak)

“Although Slovenia doesn’t have its own Association in the field of fusion research, there are national activities that could be of relevance for collaboration with other European Associations, with JET or for participtation in the ITER project. The most promising fields for future collaboration are: development and processing of advanced ceramic materials, plasma diagnostics and many others.”