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  • Cryostat base | Grand opening soon

    Picture a giant soup plate, 30 metres in diameter, slowing descending into a deep concrete cylinder. Track the near imperceptible movement of the double overhea [...]

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  • Research | ITER Scientist Fellows are at the cutting edge

    In the area of cutting-edge research—and particularly the sophisticated modelling of plasmas—the project is benefitting from the assistance of world-renowned ex [...]

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  • Image of the week | Testing the load path

    Teams are preparing now for the commissioning and dynamic load tests that will be carried out in the coming weeks on the assembly bridge cranes. The load tests, [...]

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  • In memoriam | Physicist John Wesson

    The theoretical physicist, author of a major reference book on magnetic confinement fusion in tokamaks, was known to many members of the ITER community. Some [...]

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  • CODAC | The "invisible system" that makes all things possible

    It is easy to spot all the big equipment going into ITER; what is not so visible is the underlying software that makes the equipment come alive. Local control [...]

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ITER featured at Hannover Fair

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The Hannover Messe, the world's leading showcase for industrial technology, and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) this year proudly present ITER. The ITER Project is part of a joint exhibit called "Visions 2050." Despite considerable obstacles in international aviation, Hannover Messe asserts itself as an economic barometer of the global industry. The title of this year's show is "efficiency, innovation, sustainability." Come and learn about the ITER Project in Hall 13, Stand C51.



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