Every component going into JET goes through the beryllium handling facility for a security screening and a passport check
JET’s prizewinner in the EU Contest for Young Scientists 2012 was Timm Piper. Timm won a week at JET as his prize for his project entitled “New Insights into the Microcosm”
EFDA welcomes Timm Piper, prizewinner in the EU contest for Young Scientists.
Michel Huguet recalls ten years leading up to JET’s first plasma, from the very first design team meetings in 1973, through to last minute problem solving days before the event. Filmed at the time of JET’s 25th anniversary in 2008.
A former JET scientist, Henrik Bindslev has been appointed as Director of Fusion for Energy. The announcement was made on 25th October by the Chair of the Fusion for Energy Governing Board, Stuart Ward. Dr Bindslev worked for ten years at JET during the 1990s. In this time he played […]
The man who ran the world’s first tritium experiment muses over JET’s past, present and future.
A student prizewinner from Latvia finds a visit to JET an illuminating experience.
A new imaging system to monitor the plasma inside JET will give scientists much greater ability to control the experiment.
After an 18-month shutdown to upgrade the machine and four months of commissioning, the Joint European Torus (JET), the world’s largest magnetic fusion device, is ready to start new experiments. The inside of the vessel now has a completely new wall. JET is the first fusion machine to test the […]
Danish Morten Lennholm looks back on 24 years in fusion research. He has never been bored.