JT-60SA: Inauguration ceremony

On Friday December 1st 2023 starting at 6:00 CET, the Inauguration Ceremony of the JT-60SA tokamak will take place at Naka site in Japan, hosted by the National Institutes for Quantum Science and Technology (QST) and Fusion for Energy, with representatives and guests from both Japan and Europe. The Director of the CNR Department of
The EUROfusion consortium announced the completion of the third deuterium-tritium experimental campaign at the Joint European Torus (JET). The third and final series of deuterium-tritium experiments at the UKAEA’s Joint European Torus successfully achieved its goal! The campaign investigated the processes that will come into play in future fusion power plants, like fuel retention in

The First Tokamak plasma for JT-60SA

The team of engineers and scientists from Europe and Japan have successfully achieved a tokamak plasma for the first time at JT-60SA, the biggest experimental fusion device to date using magnetic confinement. The result will be carefully examined as the teams will continue to perform more tests during the next weeks. The JT-60SA device, otherwise