This Training Course is organised by PQM-NET (“Project & Quality Management Network for the European Fusion Programme”) which is a part of EFDA’s Goal Oriented Training Programme.
F4E’s summer studentship programme, now in its fourth year, provides short-term training at the F4E offices in Barcelona in order to promote awareness, knowledge and understanding of F4E’s role in the ITER project and within the European context.
The course (max. 70 participants) is intended for European physics or engineering students who have passed their undergraduate or bachelor courses and have not yet have not yet decided on the subject of their PhD thesis.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) organizes its 7th International Summer School on Fusion Technology. The annual school gives 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.
International School of Fusion Reactor Technology
The Euratom/IST Portuguese Association is organizing a summer school on plasma physics, to take place next July 7-13.
Registration for the 11th CAROLUS MAGNUS SUMMER SCHOOL ON PLASMA AND FUSION ENERGY PHYSICS is open!
This Summer School is the fiftieth in the series organised at Culham Science Centre in Oxfordshire, a leading site for research in plasma physics and controlled nuclear fusion carried out under the auspices of Euratom and the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority. The aim of the Summer School is to [...]
Many PhD positions are proposed by CEA/IRFM (Institute for Magnetic Fusion Research) in Cadarache. All details can be found on the website: http://www-fusion-magnetique.cea.fr/etudiants/theses.htm#theses Deadline for application is April 2013.
Study of negative ion surface production in caesium-free H2 and D2 plasmas : application to neutral beam injectors for ITER and DEMO
The ITER project and its successor DEMO (first fusion based power plant prototype) aim at controlling proton fusion reactions and at producing energy. In these fusion devices, heating and current drive of the plasma are mainly obtained through the injection of high-energy (1-2 MeV) and high-intensity D/H neutral beams originating [...]