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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 99 October 2021

"Big Science in India"

Recently Published Article in Nature Reviews Physics co-authored by IPR Scientists:
"Big Science in India", G. C. Anupama, Subhasis Chattopadhyay, Shishir Deshpande, Joydeep Ghosh, Rohini M. Godbole, D. Indumathi & Tarun Souradeep. Nat Rev Phys (2021) [View Only Version]

Ph.D. application submission closing date extended till 11th October 2021

SST-1 Updates
  25th Experimental campaign of SST-1
A video of plasma discharge

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