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Talking fusion in Monaco

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This conference, jointly organized by ITER and the Principality of Monaco in cooperation with the IAEA, will focus on fusion and the broader energy context. (Click to view larger version...)
This conference, jointly organized by ITER and the Principality of Monaco in cooperation with the IAEA, will focus on fusion and the broader energy context.
On 23-25 November, the first Monaco-ITER International Fusion Energy Days will take place in Monaco.

The subject of the conference, organized jointly by ITER and the Principality of Monaco and in cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, is fusion and the broader energy context.

The first day of the conference will focus on the global energy context and representatives of the ITER Members will talk about their energy policies and how they see fusion fitting in.

On the second day of the conference, the ITER Baseline and the industrial aspects such as procurement policies and upcoming calls for tender will be dealt with.

The third day, in collaboration with IAEA, will concentrate on the ITER technology and materials.

For more information on this conference please go to http://miifed2010.com



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