Category: Dones Updates

Director of IFMIF-DONES Consortium presents the project at SUSEN 2021 annual conference

The Conference SUSEN is the annual event organized by Research Centre Řež (Centrum výzkumu Řež s.r.o.). This year’s edition was focused on thermonuclear fusion. The presentations covered several aspects of fusion research and technologies, providing an overview of different experimental facilities for fusion research and development, selected fusion technologies, nuclear waste strategy, development of sensors […]

Director of the IFMIF-DONES Consortium meets President of the Chamber of Commerce and Confederation of Entrepreneurs Granada

The Director of the IFMIF-DONES Consortium, Ángel Ibarra, has met the President of the Chamber of Commerce of Granada and the Confederation of Entrepreneurs of Granada (CGE) to analyse the progress and roadmap of the large scientific infrastructure that Granada aspires to build. The Director reviewed the administrative and technical steps that have been taken […]

ICFRM-20 conference: Approaching fusion energy through materials technology

The 20th edition of the International Conference on Fusion Reactor Materials (ICFRM-20) will be held online on 25-29th October 2021. This meeting is organized by the Centro de Investigaciones, Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas (CIEMAT), Madrid, Spain, in collaboration with the University of Granada. The ICFRM, which is organized every two years, is the main forum […]

EUROfusion CEO visits IFMIF-DONES site in Escúzar

The Programme Manager (CEO) of EUROfusion, Tony Donné, visited last October 7 the Metropolitan Park of Escúzar (Granada), the site where the future IFMIF-DONES particle accelerator will be built. This visit coincided with Tony Donné’s participation at the 46th Annual Meeting of the Spanish Nuclear Society (SNE), particularly its plenary session, devoted to the scientific […]

Spanish Nuclear Society hosts its Annual Meeting in Granada with IFMIF-DONES at its plenary session

This gathering included a workshop on the challenges of the scientific infrastructure The Spanish Nuclear Society (SNE) expressed its support to Granada’s candidacy as the site to build the IFMIF-DONES particle accelerator at its 46th Annual Meeting, celebrated in Granada. The event gathered over 700 experts and professionals in nuclear fusion and placed the spotlight […]

Event in Málaga about public procurement opportunities in technology, construction, and services for IFMIF-DONES

Promálaga, in cooperation with the IFMIF-DONES Consortium, organises next October 13 a meeting in Málaga to inform about the scientific project and public procurement opportunities for companies in the IT sector and constructors and developers. The meeting will gather institutional representatives and professionals from the IT, science and construction sectors who will learn about the […]

PhDiaFusion Summer School of Plasma Diagnostics addresses IFMIF-DONES

One of the key challenges of the IFMIF-DONES project is the development and validation of sensors and monitoring devices capable of withstanding large neutron fluxes. This is the reason why the particle accelerator was a topic addressed at the PhDiaFusion Summer School of Plasma Diagnostics celebrated between September 20th and 24th in Niepołomice Royal Castle, […]

IFMIF-DONES at the European Researchers’ Night in Granada

The IFMIF-DONES particle accelerator has been present this year at the European Researchers’ Night celebrated in Granada. With a space at the University of Granada’s (UGR) stand, dissemination activities were organised oriented to students and the general public interested in this large scientific infrastructure that Granada aspires to build. In the morning session, scientists involved […]

IFMIF-DONES and the Spanish Center of Pulsed Lasers organise ‘Fusion-a2 hacia el futuro’ event

Approximately 50 researchers, scientists, and representatives of public bodies and of the Spanish Industry of Science participated in the event ‘Fusion-a2 hacia el futuro’ organised by the IFMIF-DONES Consortium and the Center of Pulsed Lasers (CLPU) in Salamanca (Spain). The event aimed at analysing the role of these two large facilities in the race towards […]