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CERN/ITER cooperation at work

Véronique Marfaing

Taking a close look at what will soon come up out of the ground: Lucio Rossi, leader of the Magnets Group at CERN; Frédérick Bordry, head of CERN's Technology Department; Arnaud Devred, head of ITER's Superconductor Section; Anders Unnervik, head of Procurement and Industrial Services at CERN; and Neil Mitchell, head of the ITER's Magnet Division. (Click to view larger version...)
Taking a close look at what will soon come up out of the ground: Lucio Rossi, leader of the Magnets Group at CERN; Frédérick Bordry, head of CERN's Technology Department; Arnaud Devred, head of ITER's Superconductor Section; Anders Unnervik, head of Procurement and Industrial Services at CERN; and Neil Mitchell, head of the ITER's Magnet Division.
The sixth meeting of the Steering Committee of the CERN/ITER Collaboration Agreement took place at ITER Headquarters in Cadarache on Monday and Tuesday this week. The Cooperation Agreement between the two organizations was established with the aim of sharing knowledge and information on technologies such as superconductivity, magnet coils and cryogenics. Since its implementation, the collaboration has assisted the ITER Organization and the Domestic Agencies on various projects.

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