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Fusion Expo on stage in Vienna

The Fusion Expo will be on stage in Vienna at the Prechtlsaal of the Technical University, Karlsplatz 13, daily from 9:00-18:00 until 10 March. (Click to view larger version...)
The Fusion Expo will be on stage in Vienna at the Prechtlsaal of the Technical University, Karlsplatz 13, daily from 9:00-18:00 until 10 March.
Starting next Tuesday, 1 March, the Fusion Expo will open its gates at the Technical University in Vienna, Austria. The Fusion Expo is a travelling exhibition designed to be accessible to the general public, presenting various aspects of fusion as an environmentally acceptable, safe and sustainable energy technology. In a clear and simple way it explains the fundamentals of fusion, describes Europe's fusion research facilities, introduces the ITER Project, and looks ahead to the construction of a working fusion power plant. The exhibition is the property of European Fusion Development Agreement (EFDA) and the European Commission.

The Fusion Expo will be on stage in Vienna at the Prechtlsaal of the Technical University, Karlsplatz 13, daily from 9:00-18:00 until 10 March. On Tuesday, 1 March, Guenter Janeschitz on behalf of the ITER Organization will give the keynote speech reporting on the status of the project.

Click here for the program of the opening session.
 
Clikc here for the folder of the Fusion Expo.


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