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Simulation of Plasma-Wall Interactions in ITER on Super Computer JURECA

September 30th, 2019 – Forschungszentrum Jülich and ITER organization collaborate on research on plasma-wall interactions and development of plasma diagnsotics. More: Simulation of Plasma-Wall Interactions in ITER on Super Computer JURECA …

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Chinese Delegation Visits Fusion Research Facilities 

Long-standing cooperation with Forschungszentrum Jülich 3.6.2019:Press release on the visit of the Chinese delegation: Chinese Delegation Visits Fusion Research Facilities   …

Supervisory board approves extension of Hot Materials Lab

In its 102nd meeting, the supervisory board approved the extension of the Hot Materials Lab of IEK-4 including the corresponding investments. More: Supervisory board approves extension of Hot Materials Lab …

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9th International workshop on "Stochasticity in Fusion Plasmas (SFP)" organized by IEK-4

From April 8th to 10th 2019, the 9th International workshop on "Stochasticity in Fusion Plasmas (SFP)" covered 3D physics in stellarators and tokamaks More: 9th International workshop on "Stochasticity in Fusion Plasmas (SFP)" organized by IEK-4 …

Scientists of IEK-4 successfully in this year’s DFG funding for German-Chinese research projects

Within the frame of the DFG call for proposals of German-Chinese research projects a contribution of IEK-4 in the field of physics was accepted granting 440000 € funding on German side over three years. More: Scientists of IEK-4 successfully in this year’s DFG funding for German-Chinese research projects …

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New records at Wendelstein 7-X

On October 18th 2018, the second experimental phase ended successfully in the world's most advanced stellarator fusion experiment - Wendelstein 7-X in Greifswald. More: New records at Wendelstein 7-X …

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Jülich endoscope for Wendelstein 7-X delivers first image

An important tool for the Jülich research programme on plasma wall interactions at Wendelstein 7-X is a set of optical instruments allowing for local observation of the divertor area in the range of infrared up to UV. For this purpose, researchers have developed an endoscope which transfers the light collected at the plasma boundary via a set of mirrors with complex shape out of the stellarator for evaluation with cameras and spectrometers. More: Jülich endoscope for Wendelstein 7-X delivers first image …

Ausschnitt eines Magnetmoduls mit installierten Busleitern an Wendelstein 7-X

First Hydrogen Plasma at Wendelstein 7-X

Greifswald/Jülich, 3 February 2016 – During a ceremony at Wendelstein 7-X, Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel switched on the first ever hydrogen plasma on Wednesday. Thus, scientific experiment operations at the largest stellarator fusion facility in the world began ten years after the start of construction. The facility is located at the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics in Greifswald. Forschungszentrum Jülich will now continue its scientific work in the field by researching plasma/wall interactions. More (in German)


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