The Future and Challenges of Fusion

06 April 2022


Abingdon

Nuclear fusion is the process that powers the sun and all other stars, properly harnessed, fusion could be the solution to the world’s energy problems and curb climate change.  JET is currently the world’s largest and most powerful operational fusion device, hosted and operated by the UKAEA at Culham in Oxfordshire.  Come to this one-day SRP Fusion event at Culham and learn about the fusion roadmap, the challenges of tritium and managing waste.

View the programme of the day.  This event will not be made available virtually. 

Tours
After the presentations, delegates will be able to book onto one of the following tours (please do this at the time of booking this event):  There are only 15 spaces per tour, this will be on a first come first served basis.

  • Active Gas Handling System (AGHS)
  • Materials Research Facility (MRF)   
  • Waste handling facility (J30)             
  • Assembly Hall next to Torus Hall (J1A)
  • In vessel training facility - this is a mock-up of the inside of the torus (INVTF)          
  • Mega Amp Spherical Tokamak Upgrade (MASTU)                   
  • Public Relations Talk (For those unable to take a tour).

Exhibition

The cost for an Affiliated Organisation is £420 plus VAT and £600 plus VAT for non-Affilaited Organisation members. 

Exhibition spaces will be on a first come first served basis.

If you would like to exhibit, please email charlene.cartwright@srp-uk.org .

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The Future and Challenges of Fusion

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Abingdon

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