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Institute for Plasma Research is an autonomous R & D organization under the authority of Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India situated near west banks of river Sabarmati in Gujarat, India. This institute is largely involved in theoretical and experimental studies in plasma science including basic plasma physics, magnetically confined hot plasmas and plasma technologies for industrial application. The institute owns two operational tokamaks (a machine for controlling thermonuclear fusion) - ADITYA and Steady State Tokamak (SST) - 1. FCIPT, ITER-India and CPP-IPR, located in Gandhinagar and Guwahati are three divisions under IPR.



IPR Newsletter Issue  76 November 2019


National Symposium for Commemorating 30-years of
ADITYA Tokamak
27th and 28th January 2020


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Conference on Plasma Simulation (CPS)  January 23-24, 2020
23rd and 24th January 2020


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Seminar

One Day Seminar on Plasma Technologies for Health Sector (PTHS-2019)
29th November 2019



34th National Symposium on Plasma Science & Technology
3rd -6th December 2019