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On 21 January 2016, 650 people are directly employed by the ITER Organization. At least 550 of them can be seen here in the Cryostat Workshop against the backdrop of the first machine components delivered to ITER.
21 January 2016Download
ITER Day is celebrated on 2 September 2011 at the near-completed Poloidal Field Coils Winding Facility—the first building on the platform. Some 474 staff members, plus the mayors of Aix-en-Provence and Saint-Paul-lez-Durance, representatives of CEA and local French authorities, commemorate the unanimous decision of the ITER Members to build the ITER installation on the site proposed by Europe.
02 September 2011Download
One year before building construction begins on the platform, in May 2009, ITER employees join colleagues from the European Domestic Agency and Agence ITER France at the very spot where the Tokamak will one day stand. Some 362 people are now directly employed by the ITER Organization.
26 June 2009Download
In November 2008, the team had grown to 293 directly employed staff members plus subcontractors. In a few short days, part of the team will be moving to the first office building on the ITER side of the fence.
17 November 2008Download
In February 2008 there are 219 ITER staff members, plus experts and contractors. This picture was taken at the edge of the small pine wood between the CEA and ITER sites.
08 February 2008Download
By the end of 2006 the ITER team had grown. When this photo was snapped on 1 December, the ITER Agreement was only eight days old. And the "Joint Work Site" on CEA premises was soon to become ITER Organization Headquarters ...
01 December 2006Download
It's hard to believe, but in February 2006 the on-site ITER Team is composed of ... seven people. From left to right: Jean-Philippe Girard (Safety); Eisuke Tada (Project Office and Joint Work Site Management); Akko Maas (Scientific Advisor); John How (Technical Coordination); Aurelie Annicchiarico (Assistant to Eisuke Tada); Jerry Sovka (Buildings) and Tetsushi Nagahama (Buildings). In the following month, they were joined by Director-General nominee Kaname Ikeda, and his assistants Sachiko Ishizaka and Hiroshi Matsumoto.
01 February 2006Download