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The ITER Organization plans several outreach events every year. Click on the links below for more information on upcoming events.


May 2024

Inaugural Private-Public Fusion Workshop


The surge in private sector fusion initiatives has driven a reconsideration of how to optimize public-private engagement. How can years of accumulated knowledge and lessons learned during the design, manufacturing, and assembly phases of the ITER Project be better disseminated? 

With this question in mind, the ITER Organization is organizing an Inaugural Private-Public Fusion Workshop at the ITER site in Saint-Paul-lez-Durance, France, on 27-29 May 2024. The outcomes of this workshop will help to establish priorities and formulate plans for how ITER will engage with private sector fusion companies going forward. The insights gained will also be provided freely to other efforts geared toward public-private collaboration, including for example the IAEA’s program for its recently formed World Fusion Energy Group.

More information at the link below.


Nov 2024

ITER Open Doors Day - November 2024


The ITER Organization and the European agency for ITER, Fusion for Energy, will be hosting the second Open Doors Day event of the year on Saturday 23 November 2024 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sign up will open approximately one month before the event.


Dec 2024

13th ITER International School


The 13th ITER International School will be held from 9 to 13 December 2024 in Nagoya hosted by National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS), Japan. The theme this year is "Magnetic Fusion Diagnostics and Data Science."

Diagnostics are key to the achievement of ITER fusion power demonstration goals and they require the application of a wide range of techniques. But diagnostics are not enough to ensure ITER’s success; only through advanced analysis of the data they provide will it be possible to guide the experiments towards their fusion power goals. It is timely to address these multidisciplinary areas in the ITER school.

Pre-registration will open in early May. See all information at the link below.