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Call for Proposals to participate in the Injected Impurities CRP14 June 2022

The call for proposals for Research Agreements and Research Contracts within the AMD Unit's new Coordinated Research Project, F43026: Atomic Data for Injected Impurities in Fusion Plasmas is now open.

For information about how to submit a proposal, please see the IAEA's Coordinated Research Activities page or contact the AMD Unit by email.

Kalle to represent the IAEA at the first Women in Fusion Steering Committee Meeting20 May 2022

Kalle will travel to ITER for a two-day meeting of the Women in Fusion Steering Committee from 24 – 25 May 2022.

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Collisional cascade due to a 200 keV primary knock-on atom in tungsten
An illustration of the simulated collisional cascade in tungsten caused by the impact of a 200 keV neutron.
Image courtesy of Andrea Sand, University of Aalto.