CREMLIN WP2 Informal exchange meeting: The Russian-Italian IGNITOR Tokamak Project: Design and status of implementation
Building No. 1; Seminar room 1 (DESY Hamburg)
Building No. 1; Seminar room 1
This informal CREMLIN exchange meeting is devoted to the Russian-Italian tokamak project IGNITOR. IGNITOR is one of the six Russian “megascience projects”. Its main purpose is “to achieve the ignition of controlled thermonuclear fusion reactions under strong / superstrong magnetic field up to 13 Tesla by Ohmic heating only”. IGNITOR is intended to be constructed at the Troitsk Institute for Innovation & Fusion Research “TRINITI”, near Moscow.
The exchange meeting will bring together Russian and Italian experts who have been already involved in IGNITOR, also with CREMLIN representatives from DESY. It aims at illustrating IGNITOR and at giving a clearer picture of the intended design of the tokamak. The further addressing of IGNITOR-related topics in the CREMLIN project will also be discussed.
The exchange meeting is realised as an exercise of Task 2.1 of the CREMLIN project, Work package 2 “Exchange platform”.