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2019
25 MAR

First plasma in DTU tokamak

First plasma was acheived in the DTU tokamak in late March 2019.

2018
in front of the hotel in Shexian. In the first row, counting from left number 6; Michael Faisch  (IPP-Garching), Anders Henry Nielsen, Guosheng Xu (ASIPP-Hefei) and Jens Juul Rasmussen
18 OCT

Ninth Sino-Danish Autumn School on Fusion Plasma Physics and Technology

The 9th Sino-Danish Autumn School was held at Shexian Hotel in the town of Shexian in Anhui Province, China, from 15th to 17nd October, 2018 – see...

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27 SEP

450 high school students hear about fusion research

The Danish national science festival takes place every year in week 39. Like in the previous years, high school students could hear about the ideas behind and...

Physics
06 AUG

DTU PPFE wins a large contract with Fusion for Energy

The contract will run until mid 2020, when the final design of the CTS diagnostic system for the world's largest fusion experiment ITER must be completed.  "This is...

Søren Bang Korsholm and Juliette Forneris with Minister of Education Antorini
06 MAR

Big Success for BSBF

Big Science Business Forum creates a professional network for companies and research facilities 

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26 JAN

Article on Fusor at Ing.dk

"With recycled material and little money, DTU has build its own small fusion reactor " article published at Danish science/tech site Ing.dk.  

2017
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07 DEC

Welcome Xiang!

Xiang Liu will be at PPFE for one year, in the frame of the joint PhD program through the Sino-Danish Center. Focus of his research is the heat distribution and transport...

Simulation of plasma density (top) and ionization rate (bottom), in a domain perpendicular to the magnetic field lines, extending from the plasma edge (to the left of the dotted line) and covering the SOL region outside the confined plasma (to the right of the dotted line ). It is seen how a blob about 2-3 cm outside the enclosed plasma ionizes the neutral particles before reaching the enclosed area with closed magnetic field lines.
14 JUN

PPFE article published in Kvant

Article "Can we build the Sun on Earth?" by PhD student at PPFE, Alexander S. T., has been published on Kvant, June 2017.